Kick-off meeting

Monday, 23 November 2020

Structure, aim and opportunities of the CHAMELEON MC ITN EJD

9:00h UK time
Welcome and Introduction of the CHAMELEON MC ITN EJD (20 mins + 10 mins; Christiane Helling (University of St Andrews, UK)
Welcome by EU Project Officer (Roxana Paulovici, 15-20 mins)
Self-Introduction of  CHAMELEON  supervisors
10:05h — 10 mins break 

10:15h UK time
Introduction of partners and associates: LUCA, SRON, MPIA, CGL, SPIC, DTU
11:00h — 10 mins break

11:10h UK time
Self-introduction of CHAMELEON PhD students (ESRs): 5 mins + one slide
ESR1-5     + 5 mins Q&A
ESR6-10   + 5 mins Q&A
ESR11-15  + 5 mins Q&A

12:40h Lunch break

Introduction of CHAMELEON Training & Activities (Inga Kamp, University of Groningen, The Netherlands)

Invited talk: “What near- to mid-IR observations reveal about disk chemistry, physics and planet formation”Joan Najita  (National Optical Astronomy Observatory, US), 25+10 mins

Social Quiz round (ESR organised)

Tuesday, 24 November 2020

The science within the CHAMELEON MC ITN EJD

9:00h UK time
Invited talk: “Theory of planet formation”Anders Johansen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), 25+10 mins
Invited talk: “Machine Learning: Complex data analysis in application to astronomy”Daniela Huppenkothen (SRON, The Netherlands), 25+10 mins

Exoplanet modelling (30+10 mins, Leen Decin (Leven), Uffe G. Jørgensen (Copenhagen), Ludmila Carone (MPIA), Christiane Helling (St Andrews))
10:25h — 10 mins break

Planet-forming disks (30+10 mins, Peter Woitke (St Andrews), Inga Kamp (Groningen))
Machine learning (30+10 mins; Michiel Min, SRON, The Netherlands)
11:45h — 10 mins break

Meet all supervisors in break-out sessions

13:00h Lunch break

Network activity communication — Katrien Kolenberg (University of Antwerp)

19:30h Evening speaker talk
“The discovery of phosphine on Venus”Paul Rimmer (University of Cambridge, UK)

Wednesday, 25 November 2020

Arts, Education with Science within the CHAMELEON MC ITN EJD

9:00h UK time
Invited talk: “Exoplanet atmosphere observations”Jean-Michel Desert (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 25+10 mins,

Introduction of Arts & Science & Education project plan [Katrien Kolenberg, Peter Van Petegem, Veerle Van der Sluys, Anja Andersen]

13:00h Lunch break

Network activity on science & arts & education
+ Supervisory Board meeting

Thursday, 26 November 2020

Science talks from the CHAMELEON research groups

PhD students from CHAMELEON universities present their work