Final Program

The program is articulated around 4 astrophysical topics chosen by the Science Organizing Committee. For each topic, there is a review from the theoretical point of view and a contribution by a modeler who will provide synthetized images to the image reconstruction team.

Monday 25 May 2009
17:00-20:00Registration and welcome 
Tuesday 26 May 2009 - morning
Interferometry imaging in context
09:00-09:30Astrophysical framework of the workshopJ.-P. Berger
09:30-10:00Converting image models to interferometric dataG. Duvert / J. Young
10:00-10:30Image reconstruction methods (1)E. Thiébaut
10:30-11:00Coffee break 
11:00-11:30Image reconstruction methods (2)F. Baron
11:30-12:00Experience from mm-wave interferometry imagingF. Gueth
Tuesday 26 May 2009 - afternoon
Young stellar objects
14:00-15:00Planetary signatures in protoplanetary disks (review)S. Wolf
15:00-16:00Planetary signatures in protoplanetary disks (modelling)H. Jang-Condell
16:00-16:30Coffee break 
Contributed talks
17:30-17:45T Tau - New Insights with MIDI and MC3DT. Ratzka
17:45-18:00Milli-arcsecond Imaging of the Inner Regions of Protoplanetary DisksS. Renard
Wednesday 27 May 2009 - morning
Stellar surfaces
09:00-10:00Granulation in late-type stars due to large convective cells (review)B. Freytag
10:00-11:00Convection signatures and characterization in late type stars (modelling)A. Chiavassa
11:00-11:30Coffee break 
Contributed talks
12:30-12:45Dynamic atmospheres of AGB stars - models confronted with observationsJ. Hron
12:45-13:00Combined interferometric-doppler imaging of starsE. Pedretti
Wednesday 27 May 2009 - afternoon
Free afternoon. Possibility of a field trip with food and wine tasting
Thursday 28 May 2009 - morning
Active galactic nuclei
09:00-10:00Dusty tori in AGN (review)M. Elitzur
10:00-11:00Dusty tori in AGN (modelling)S. Hoenig
11:00-11:30Coffee break 
Thursday 28 May 2009 - afternoon
Imaging interferometers
14:00-14:30The CHARA/MIRC instrument and first imagesJ. Monnier
14:30-15:00Imaging with the Very Large Telescope InterferometerJ.-B. Le Bouquin
15:00-15:30 The Magadalena Ridge Optical Interferometer prospectsJ. Young
16:00-16:30Coffee break 
Contributed talks
17:00-17:15Interferometric analysis of peculiar stars with the B[e] phenomenonM. Borges Fernandes
17:15-17:30Observations of nearby AGN with MIDIK. Tristram
17:30-17:45The Hypertelescope Mode: the next step for Direct Imaging in InterferometryF. Patru
Friday 29 May 2009 - morning
Circumstellar environments
09:00-10:00NIR molecular layers around late-type stars (review)G. Perrin
10:00-11:00NIR molecular layers around late-type stars (modelling)T. Verhoelst
11:00-11:30Coffee break 
12:30-13:00Final discussion and concluding remarksF. Malbet
Poster contributions
1.Coordinated AMBER and MIDI observations of the Mira variable RR AqlI. Karovicova
2.Infrared observations of the dusty envelopes of post-AGB stars and comparison to models of the mass-loss historyA. Ruiz-Velasco
3.Interferometric observations to unveil the origin of stellar jetsL. Podio
4.The inner disks of two HerbigAeBe stars as probed by AMBER/VLTIM. Benisty