Oct 3 – 7, 2022
Harnack Haus, Berlin
Europe/Berlin timezone


Book of Abstracts




08:30-09:00   REGISTRATION
09:00-09:15   WELCOME
    Chair: Ewine van Dishoeck
09:15-09:45 J. Tan (R) The physics and chemistry of interstellar clouds, filaments and cores
09:45-10:10 S. Brünken (I) Spectroscopic evidence of low-temperature polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon formation
10:10-10:25 Josep M Girart (C) Magnetically regulated collapse in the B335: The chemical perspective
10:25-10:40 Alexei Ivlev (C) Radiolysis and sputtering of CO ice by cosmic rays: Experimental insights into the underlying mechanisms
10:40-10:55 Víctor M. Rivilla (C) Molecular precursors of the RNA-world in the interstellar medium: the chemical mine found in G+0.693-0.027
10:55-11:25   BREAK
11:25-11:50 R. Friesen (I) Tracing dynamics via chemistry in filaments and cores: TMC-1 and Oph A
11:50-12:05 Samantha Scibelli (C) Observational Constraints on the Chemical Complexity and Evolution of Low-mass Starless and Prestellar Cores in the Taurus Molecular Cloud
12:05-12:20 Layal Chahine (C) OMC-2 FIR4: a protostellar cluster full of surprises
12:20-12:35 Ko-Ju Chuang (C) Formation of complex organic molecules in molecular clouds: the top-down mechanism through non-energetic/ energetic processing of C2H2 ice
12:35-14:05   LUNCH
    Chair: Dmitry Semenov
14:05-14:30 S. Inutsuka (I) Understanding the star formation in filamentary molecular clouds (REMOTE)
14:30-14:45 Andrés Megías (C) Chemical complexity in pre-stellar cores
14:45-15:00 Laura Colzi (C) Deuterium Fractionation as a Multiphase Component Tracer in the Galactic Center
15:00-15:15 Silvia Spezzano (C) Nitrogen fractionation across L1544
15:15-15:30 Joshua Carder (C) Exploring the Astrochemical Reaction Space using Deep Learning
15:30-15:45 Thanja Lamberts (C) On the way to complexity in the ISM: carbon-bearing molecules
15:45-16:15   BREAK+POSTER
16:15-16:30 Arshia Jacob (C) HyGAL: Characterizing the Galactic ISM with observations of hydrides and other small molecules (REMOTE)
16:30-16:45 Sergio Ioppolo (C) Laboratory Ice Astrochemistry in the Era of JWST (REMOTE)
16:45-17:00 Roya Hamedani Golshan (C) Hot cores with complex chemistry in the LMC Bar
17:00-17:15 David Navarro Almaida (C) Linking dust and chemical evolution: Taurus and Perseus
17:15-18:00   DISCUSSION
18:00-18:30   POSTER+APERITIF
18:30-19:30 S. Viti (G) From clouds to cores: the molecular journey

R=review, I=invited, C=contributed, G=General Audience
All times are Berlin/CEST


    Chair: Kathrin Altwegg
09:00-09:30 N. Sakai (R) Challenges toward understanding chemical evolution from envelopes to disks.
09:30-09:55 N. Balucani (I) Gas-phase chemistry in star-forming regions: there is still a lot to understand
09:55-10:10 Fernando Cruz Sáenz de Miera (C) The hot corino-like properties of four FUor-type eruptive young stars
10:10-10:25 Łukasz Tychoniec (C) The first look at protostellar outflows with JWST-MIRI
10:25-10:40 Linda Podio (C) ALMA-DOT: the ALMA chemical survey of Disk-Outflow sources in Taurus (REMOTE)
10:40-11:10   BREAK
11:10-11:35 J. Jørgensen (I) ALMA's view of the complex chemistry and disks around the youngest protostars
11:35-11:50 Pierre Marchand (C) Protostellar collapse with dust growth
11:50-12:05 Elizabeth Artur de la Villarmois (C) The physical properties of accretion shocks in a young protostellar system
12:05-12:20 Martijn van Gelder (C) Unveiling the ice composition in low-mass protostars with JWST/MIRI
12:20-13:50   LUNCH
    Chair: Serena Viti
13:50-14:15 K. Tomida (I) High-energy phenomena in protoplanetary disks and their impacts on dynamics and chemistry (REMOTE)
14:15-14:30 Maria Teresa Valdivia Mena (C) Rivers in the sky: streamers discovered towards two Class I sources in Perseus
14:30-14:45 Álvaro López-Gallifa (C) A comparative study of the chemical content in high- and low-mass star-forming regions and comets
14:45-15:00 Eleonora Bianchi (C) The early stages of solar-type protostars: the missing evidence of large carbon chains
15:00-15:15 Marta De Simone (C) Tracking the ice mantle history of Solar-type protostars: the NGC 1333 IRAS 4 case
15:15-15:30 Laura Ann Busch (C) Exposing the COMfort zone of Sgr B2(N1) by resolving the desorption process of complex organic molecules in the hot core
15:30-15:45 Merel van 't Hoff (C) Searching for Earth's formation conditions: evidence of hot gas around low-mass protostars
15:45-16:15   BREAK+POSTER
16:15-16:30 Martin Domenech Rafael (C) Characterizing the organic chemistry at disk-forming scales in the Serpens molecular cloud (REMOTE)
16:30-16:45 Niels Ligterink (C) Fundamental parameters for the desorption/adsorption of ice and gas
16:45-17:00 Kamber Schwarz (C) Insights into embedded disk chemistry from new models
17:00-17:15 Yao-Lun Yang (C) The origin of complex organic molecules in a wide binary Class 0 protostar
17:15-18:00   DISCUSSION
18:00-18:30   POSTER+APERITIF
18:30-19:30 D. Segura-Cox (G) Embedded Protostars Connect Sizescales and Timescales



    Chair: Dominique Segura-Cox
09:00-09:30 I. Cleeves (R) Toward Seeing Both the Protoplanetary Forest and the Tree
09:30-09:55 F. Long (I) The ALMA High-resolution View of Dust Distribution in Protoplanetary Disks (REMOTE)
09:55-10:10 Jenny Calahan (C) The Chemistry of Planet Formation Revealed
10:10-10:25 Jenny Bergner (C) Ice processing along the journey from interstellar grains to icy planetesimals
10:25-10:40 Deryl Long (C) Fasten Your Seatbelts: Constraining Ionization In A Turbulent Disk
10:40-11:10   BREAK
11:10-11:35 G. M. Muñoz Caro(I) UV and X-ray processing of ice mantles in planet-forming disks: Photodesorption of species and COMs formation
11:35-11:50 Jake Simon (C) Planetesimal Formation in Dust Rings and Implications for Early Planet Formation
11:50-12:05 Felipe Alarcón (C) Atomic Carbon as a tracer of hidden flows and a kinematic anomaly in the HD 163296 disk
12:05-12:20 Leonardo Testi (C) Dust evolution from cores to disks through planet formation
12:20-13:50   LUNCH
    Chair: Jes Jørgensen
13:50-14:15 R. Teague (I) Towards a six dimensional view of planet formation
14:15-14:30 Alice Booth (C) An asymmetric ice trap in a planet forming disk
14:30-14:45 Jaehan Bae (C) Discovery of a Circumplanetary Disk Candidate in Molecular Line Emission (REMOTE)
14:45-15:00 Alexia Simon (C) Laboratory Experiments on the Entrapment of Hyper-Volatiles in Interstellar and Cometary CO2 and H2O Ice Analogs
15:00-15:15 Abygail Waggoner (C) Observational Evidence of HCO+ Variability in Protoplanetary Disks
15:15-15:30 Alex Cridland (C) Chemistry in the PDS 70 system and constraints on the formation history of planets b and c
15:30-15:45 Margot Leemker (C) Freezing conditions in a warm disk: resolving the 2D snowsurfaces of complex organic molecules
15:45-16:15   BREAK+POSTER
16:15-16:30 Teresa Paneque-Carreño (C) Vertical stratification of molecules in protoplanetary disks: testing disk chemistry models
16:30-16:45 Giulia Perotti (C) The JWST MIRI view on the PDS 70 planet-forming disk
16:45-17:00 Jamila Pegues (C) Models of Protoplanetary Disk Chemistry across the Stellar Spectrum
17:00-17:15 Charles Law (C) Tracing the Vertical Structure of Protoplanetary Disks with High Spatial Resolution CO Line Emission Observations
17:15-18:00   DISCUSSION
18:00-18:30   POSTER+APERITIF
18:30-19:30 E. Bergin (G) Linking Planet Formation to Exoplanet Composition
19:30-20:00   SPECIAL EVENT



    Chair: Edwin Bergin
09:00-09:30 L. Kreidberg (R) Exoplanet Atmosphere Compositions in the Era of JWST
09:30-09:55 M. Brogi (I) Tapping into the complexity of exoplanet atmospheres with high resolution spectroscopy (REMOTE)
09:55-10:10 Christiane Helling (C) Global atmosphere gas and cloud chemistry of exoplanets around different host stars
10:10-10:25 Jan Philip Sindel (C) Building cloud condensation nuclei in exoplanet atmospheres - constraining the TiO2 nucleation rate with molecular cluster simulations
10:25-10:50 L. Carone (I) Cloudy with a hint of magnetic fields - a very short exoplanet atmosphere review
10:50-11:20   BREAK
11:20-11:45 K. Chubb (I) Searching for a variety of molecules in exoplanet atmospheres (REMOTE)
11:45-12:00 Munazza Alam (C) Mining Metals: Connecting Refractory Abundances in Ultra-hot Jupiters to Formation Location
12:00-12:15 Bertram Bitsch (C) Can we constrain planet formation from atmospheric abundances?
12:15-13:45   LUNCH
    Chair: Christiane Helling
13:45-14:00 Helena Lecoq Molinos (C) Simulations of vanadium oxide clusters to constrain their role on cloud nucleation in exoplanets
14:00-14:15 Yapeng Zhang (C) Isotopologue ratios in exoplanet atmospheres as potential probes of planet formation
14:15-15:00   DISCUSSION
15:00-16:00 C. Mordasini (G) Extrasolar planets - lessons learned, open questions, and the compositional opportunity (REMOTE)



    Chair: Silvia Spezzano
09:00-09:30 T. Kleine (R) Meteorite dichotomy and the early history of the Solar System
09:30-09:55 C. Engrand (I) Probing the asteroid-comet continuum with the Rosetta mission and analyses of cosmic dust particles
09:55-10:10 Daniel R. Müller (C) High D/H ratios in water and alkanes in comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko measured with Rosetta/ROSINA DFMS
10:10-10:25 Kristina Anna Kipfer (C) Difficult ice chemistry: Identifying complex molecules in electron irradiated ice with probabilistic data analysis approaches
10:25-10:40 Veronica Allen (C) Sulfur's journey from the volcanoes of Io
10:40-10:55 Susanne Wampfler (C) Nitrogen isotopes as fingerprints for the evolutionary history of cosmomaterials from molecular clouds to comets
10:55-11:25   BREAK
11:25-11:50 T. Guillot (I) Pebble Wave, Disk Photoevaporation and Compositions of the Sun and Giant Planets
11:50-12:05 Jason Man Yin Woo (C) Terrestrial planet formation from a ring
12:05-12:20 Jingyi Mah (C) Forming super-Mercuries in disks around metal-rich stars
12:20-12:45 B. Marty (I) Volatile elements on terrestrial planets: an heritage of molecular clouds?
12:45-14:15   LUNCH
    Chair: Alessandro Morbidelli
14:15-15:15 S. Raymond (G) Building the Solar System: constrained accretion of the planets (REMOTE)
15:15-16:00   DISCUSSION
16:00-16:30 Eric Herbst CONCLUDING REMARKS