SSC Reionization to Exoplanets:
Spitzer's Growing Legacy
26-28 October 2009, Pasadena, CA
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  • Solar System and Exoplanets
  • Star Formation
  • Protoplanetary and Debris Disks
  • The Galaxy
  • Nearby Galaxies
  • AGNs/Quasars, Distant Universe
  • Nuts and Bolts
  • Solar System and Exoplanets
    Prof Jean-Philippe Beaulieu
    1.1Water in HD 209458b's atmosphere from 3.6 - 8 microns IRAC photometric observations in primary transit
    Mr Bryce Croll
     University of Toronto
    1.2Discrete Thermal Phase Curve Observations of the Eccentric Transiting Planet HD 17156b
    Dr Jean-Michel Desert
    1.3Transit spectrophotometry of the exoplanet HD189733b with Spitzer and HST
    Mr Michael Lund
     Cal State - Northridge
    1.4Comparison of Mass Radius Relations for Transiting ESP
    Dr Pavel Machalek
    1.5Study of Hot-Jupiter Atmospheres using Infrared Photometry
    Dr Takafumi Ootsubo
    1.6AKARI survey of ices and volatiles in the solar system small bodies
    Dr David E Trilling
     Northern Arizona University
    1.7ExploreNEOs: The Warm Spitzer NEO survey
    Star Formation
    Dr Deokkeun An
    2.1First Spectroscopic Identification of Massive Young Stellar Objects in the Galactic Center
    Dr Melissa L Enoch
     UC Berkeley
    2.2Disk and Envelope Structure in Class 0 Protostars
    Dr Nicolas Flagey
     SSC / CalTech
    2.3The Eagle Nebula: a spectral template for star forming regions
    Dr Paul F Goldsmith
    2.4Molecular Hydrogen Emission from the Taurus Molecular Cloud
    Dr Robert Gutermuth
     Smith College / UMass Amherst
    2.5Nearby Star Formation Structure Dissected: A Spitzer Legacy
    Dr Leslie K Hunt
     INAF-Osservatorio di Arcetri
    2.6The Spitzer View of Low-Metallicity Star Formation: Fine Structure Lines, Aromatic Features, and Molecules
    Dr Randolf Klein
     UC Berkeley
    2.7Massive Protostars around IRAS 05345+3157
    Dr Maria Morales-Calderon
     Spitzer Science Center
    2.8Mid-IR variability in IC1396A
    Dr Andrea Urban
    2.9The effect of mass accretion on early stellar evolution
    Dr Luisa M Rebull
    2.10Spitzer Observations of the Taurus Molecular Cloud: Old and New YSOs
    Mr Satoshi Takita
    2.11AKARI All-Sky Survey of T Tauri stars: the Taurus-Auriga region
    Dr Susan Terebey
     Cal State LA
    2.12A MIPS View of Dense Cores and Embedded Sources in the Taurus Spitzer Legacy Survey
    Prof Dan M Watson
     University of Rochester
    2.13Infall, outflow and protostellar accretion: "audits" of the youngest disks
    Protoplanetary and Debris Disks
    Dr Cesar Briceno
     Centro de Investigaciones de Astronomia
    3.1A Spitzer view of disk evolution in Orion OB1a and OB1b
    Dr John Carpenter
    3.2Debris Disks in the Upper Sco OB Association
    Dr Thayne Currie
     NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center
    3.3How and When Planet Formation Ends: The Lifetimes and Morphologies of Transition Disks
    Ms Simone Fiedler
     Astrophysical Institute and University Observatory Jena
    3.4Statistics of debris disks around planet host stars
    Mr Hideaki Fujiwara
     University of Tokyo
    3.5Detection of Silica Dust in the Debris Disk Around HD 15407
    Dr Elise Furlan
     JPL, Caltech
    3.6Disk Dissipation at an Age of 1-2 Myr
    Dr Paul M Harvey
     University of Texas
    3.7A Spitzer Search For Disks Around Young Planetary Mass Objects
    Dr Jesus O Hernandez
     Centro de Investigaciones de Astronom’a
    3.8Early stages in protoplanetary disks
    Dr Shigenobu Hirose
    3.9Thermodynamical Structure of Protoplanetary Disks
    Dr David Hollenbach
     SETI Institute
    3.10Time-Evolution and IR Spectra of Photoevaporating, Viscous Circumstellar Disks Around Young Stars
    Dr Peter P Plavchan
    3.11AU Mic is Not Alone: New M Dwarf Debris Disks
    Ms Laurie E Urban
     Northern Arizona University
    3.12The Debris Disk Fraction at 24 microns
    The Galaxy
    Dr Nicolas P Billot
    4.1Disk and Ring Sources in the MIPSGAL Survey, and spectroscopic IRS follow-up.
    Dr Ara Chutjian
    4.2Formation of CO2, HCOOH, CH3OH, and CH3CH2OH on an Icy Grain Analogue Using Fast O-atoms
    Prof Yasuo Doi
     University of Tokyo
    4.3AKARI FIR All Sky Imaging Survey
    Dr Nicolas Flagey
     SSC / CalTech
    4.4Bubbles in the Galactic Plane
    Dr Joseph L Hora
     Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
    4.5The Spitzer Legacy Survey of the Cygnus-X Region:
    Dr James Ingalls
    4.6Molecular Hydrogen Emission from Translucent Galactic Clouds
    Dr Rosina C Iping
     the Catholic University of America
    4.7Spitzer observations of the Vela X-1 bow shock
    Dr Jeonghee Rho
    4.8A Dust Twin of Cas A: 21-micron Dust Feature in The Supernova Remnant G54.1+0.3
    Dr Itsuki Sakon
     University of Tokyo
    4.9Near- to mid-infrared spectroscopy of interstellar PAHs in the Milky Way and in the Large Magellanic Cloud based on AKARI/IRC observation
    Dr Goran Sandell
    4.10A census of young stars in NGC2023, Horsehead & Ori I-2
    Ms Kari A Wojtkowski
     University of Missouri--St. Louis
    4.11Analysis of Ices Toward YSOs in Rho Ophiuchi
    Dr Takashi Onaka
     University of Tokyo
    4.12Mid-Infrared Spectrum Variation of Long-Period Variables seen with IRS
    Dr Schuyler Van Dyk
    4.13Spitzer Studies of Supernova Ejecta and Dust
    Nearby Galaxies
    Ms Lei Bai
     Carnegie Observatories
    5.1The Mid-IR Properties of Nearby Galaxy Groups
    Dr Carrie Bridge
    5.2The First UV Intracluster Plume in the Virgo Cluster
    Mr Cameron M Charness
     Carnegie Observatories
    5.3Characterizing local bar properties from the optical to the mid-IR
    Dr Michelle E Cluver
    5.4Powerful H2 Line-Cooling in Stephan's Quintet
    Ms Michelle Devost
    5.5High ionization lines in a sample of Wolf-Rayet galaxies.
    Dr Tanio Diaz-Santos
     University of Crete
    5.6The Extended Emission of LIRGs
    Dr Charles W Engelbracht
     Steward Observatory
    5.7Galaxy Spectral Energy Distributions from 20 to 180 microns
    Dr Karl D Gordon
    5.8SAGE-SMC: Surveying the Agents of Galaxy Evolution in the Tidally-Stripped, Low Metallicity Small Magellanic Cloud
    Dr Daniel J Hanish
     University of Michigan
    5.9Starbursts: Emitters or Absorbers?
    Ms Hanae Inami
     Caltech/SSC, JAXA
    5.10The Buried Starburst in the Interacting Galaxy, II ZW 096 as Revealed by the Spitzer Space Telescope
    Dr Andrew R Marble
     Steward Observatory
    5.11Aromatic Emission in the Magellanic Clouds and Other Nearby Galaxies
    Dr Joseph M Mazzarella
    5.12Dual AGNs, Dust in a Superwind, Shocks, and Super Star Clusters in the LIRG Mrk 266
    Dr Andreea O Petric
     Spitzer Science Center
    5.13MIR Diagnostics and Warm Molecular Gas in Local Luminous Infrared Galaxies in the GOALS sample
    Dr Andreea O Petric
     Spitzer Science Center
    5.14IR and Radio Properties of Obscured AGN
    Dr Nurur Rahman
     University oF Maryland
    5.15Resolved Star Formation Law in NGC 4254
    Mr Miguel Pereira-Santaella
    5.16Spitzer/IRS Spectral Mapping of Local Luminous Infrared Galaxies
    Dr Benjamin A Sargent
    5.17The Mass Loss Return from Evolved Stars to the Large Magellanic Cloud: Oxygen-Rich Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars
    Dr Marie Treyer
    5.18Mid-Infrared Properties of Normal, Local Emission-Line Galaxies
    Dr Christopher N Willmer
     University of Arizona
    5.19Spitzer Observations of Cold Dust Galaxies
    Dr Zhong Wang
    5.20Tidal and Shock-induced Star Formation in the Outer Disk of NGC 3077
    Dr Cong K Xu
    5.21Spitzer Observations of a K-Band Selected Galaxy Pairs Sample
    AGNs/Quasars, Distant Universe
    Dr Philip N Appleton
    6.1Powerful Extragalactic H2 Emission from Shocks: From Spitzer to Herschel and Spica
    Mr Roberto J Assef
     The Ohio State University
    6.2Low Resolution Templates for AGNs and Galaxies from 0.03 - 30 microns
    Dr Mark Brodwin
     Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
    6.3The IRAC Shallow Cluster Survey
    Dr Stefano Ciprini
     University of Perugia & ASI-INAF, Italy
    6.4Spitzer legacy at gamma-rays. The case of the new Fermi LAT blazar PKS 1502+106
    Dr James Colbert
     SSC, CalTech
    6.5PAH Emission from Lyman Alpha Blobs
    Dr Vandana R Desai
     SSC, Caltech
    6.6The Dirt on Dry Mergers
    Dr Rajesh P Deo
     Drexel University
    6.7Spitzer/IRS Study of Dust Continua in Active Galactic Nuclei
    Dr Linhua Jiang
     University of Arizona
    6.8Spitzer Observations of z ~ 6 Quasars
    Dr Jessica Krick
     Spitzer Science Center
    6.9Mid-IR Sources in Redshift One Galaxy Clusters
    Dr William A Mahoney
    6.10Observations of a z ~ 0.9 Cluster of Galaxies
    Prof Hideo Matsuhara
    6.11Highlights of AKARI Deep Extragalactic Surveys
    Dr Karin Menendez-Delmestre
     Carnegie Observatories
    6.12Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy of Submillimeter Galaxies: Extended Star Formation in Massive High Redshift Galaxies
    Dr Eric J Murphy
    6.13Balancing the Energy Budget between Star-Formation and AGN in High Redshift Infrared Luminous Galaxies
    Prof Kentaro Nagamine
     University of Nevada Las Vegas
    6.14Infrared Emission from High-z Galaxies in Cosmological SPH Simulations
    Dr Patrick M Ogle
    6.15Radio Jet Feedback in Molecular Hydrogen Emission Galaxies.
    Dr Pablo G Perez-Gonzalez
     Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM)
    6.16Understanding the mass assembly of galaxies at 0<4: Spitzer's contribution and open questions
    Dr Dimitra Rigopoulou
     University of Oxford
    6.17Type 2 QSOs: star formation at high redshifts?
    Dr David Rupke
     Institute for Astronomy, U. Hawaii
    6.18QUEST: A Comprehensive Study of Local ULIRGs with Spitzer Spectra
    Dr Yong Shi
     IPAC, CalTech
    6.19Cosmic Evolution of Star Formation in Type-1 Quasar Hosts Since z = 1
    Dr Hyunjin Shim
    6.20Star formation and dust extinction of z~4 galaxies in GOODS
    Mr Suresh Sivanandam
     Steward Observatory
    6.21Search For Warm Molecular Hydrogen Shocks In Ram-Pressure Stripped Cluster Galaxies
    Prof Brigitte M Rocca-Volmerange
     Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris
    6.22Evolved ULIRGs revealed as UL-ellipticals by Spitzer+ISO galaxy counts
    Ms Ronin Wu
     New York University
    6.23S5-Spitzer SDSS Statistical Spectroscopic Survey
    Mr Kyle Willett
     University of Colorado
    6.24Witnessing the Birth of Radio Galaxies: IRS Spectroscopy of Compact Symmetric Objects
    Dr Yanling Wu
    6.25Exploring the Aromatic Emission in 5MUSES
    Dr Varoujan Gorjian
    6.26Spitzer Space Telescope Infrared Spectra of Xray Bright, Optically Normal Galaxies
    Nuts and Bolts
    Dr Timothy Y Brooke
    7.1Validation Testing of the MOPEX Software Using Simulations and Spitzer Data
    Dr David G Elliott
     JPL Retired
    7.2DPHOT photometry method
    Prof Gian Luigi E Granato
     Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste
    7.3Fast computation of GRASIL SED using Artificial Neural Networks
    Dr Randolf Klein
     UC Berkeley
    7.4FIFI LS@SOFIA: An Airborne Imaging Far-Infrared Spectrometer for You to Use
    Dr David Leisawitz
     NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
    7.5WISE: The Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer
    Dr Harry I Teplitz
    7.6The Spitzer Source List
    Ms Xiuqin Wu
    7.7Spitzer Heritage Archive
    Dr Erick T Young
    7.8SOFIA - The Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy