The scientific program is currently under construction: please check this site regularly for updates.

An almost final version of the conference booklet (including schedule and abstracts) can be found HERE

1. Winds mechanisms, physical processes

  • 1a. Wind models
    Jorick Vink (Armagh University)
  • 1b. Wind observations
    Sofia Ramstedt (Uppsala University)

2. From the stellar cores to the winds roots

  • 2a. Asteroseismology
    Tim Bedding (University of Sydney)
  • 2b. Jets, outflows and disc winds
    Sylvie Cabrit (Observatoire de Paris)

3. Winds and circumstellar envelopes

  • Leen Decin (KU Leuven)

4. Winds interaction with the ISM

  • 4a. Bow shocks
    Allard-Jan Van Marle (APC Paris) / Nick Cox (IRAP Toulouse)
  • 4b. Planetary nebulae
    Yong Zhang (University of Hong Kong)

5. Dust and winds: when, where, how much and what is it made of ?

  • 5a. Dust formation
    David Gobrecht (OACT,INAf)
  • 5b. Meteoritic stardust
    Frank Gyngard (Laboratory for Space Sciences, St. Louis)

6. Stellar evolution and winds

  • KyungWon Suh (Chungbuk National University)

7. Duplicity and winds

  • Shazrene Mohamed (SAAO, Cape Town)

8. Winds feed back to the large scales

  • 8a. Wind feed back on stellar systems
    Maurizio Salaris (Liverpool John Moores University)
  • 8b. Wind blown bubbles in the galaxy
    Bram Ochsendorf (John Hopkins University)

9. Current and future instruments for winds

  • Michael Lindqvist (Onsala Space Observatory)