17 th, Wed.

8.30- Registration

9:25-9:30 Opening remarks: Naoki Watanabe

Morning Session 1     Chairperson: Hideko Nomura

9:30-10:00 Itsuki Sakon (The University of Tokyo)
"Periodic Dust Formation around WR 140; Dust Properties Examined by the Multi-Epoch Mid-Infrared SED Analyses")

10:00-10:30 Hidekazu Tanaka (Inst. Low. Temp. Sci., Hokkaido University)
"Growth of Dust Aggregates in Protoplanetary Disks and Reexamination of Particle Interaction Models"

10:30-10:45 Coffee break

Morning Session 2     Chairperson: Nathan Crockett

10:45-11:30 Adwin Boogert (California Institute of Technology, USA) Invited
"Observations of Interstellar Ices"

11:30-12:15 Takashi Shimonishi (Kobe University) Invited
"Ice chemistry in the Magellanic Clouds"

12:15-12:35 Mitsuyoshi Yamagishi (Nagoya University)
"Systematic study of interstellar ices in nearby galaxies"

12:35-14:00 Lunch

Afternoon Session 1     Chairperson: Yasuhiro Oba

14:00-14:45 Patrice Theulé (Aix-Marseille University, France) Invited
"The chemistry of interstellar ice: the case of purely thermal reactions"

14:45-15:30 Ralf I. Kaiser (University of Hawaii, USA) Invited
"Interaction of Charged Particles with Kuiper Belt Ices and Astrobiological Implications"

15:30-15:45 Coffee break

Afternoon Session 2     Chairperson: Tetsuya Hama

15:45-16:15 Shinichi Enami (Kyoto University)
"Proton transfer reaction at the air-water interface"

16:15-17:15 Short presentation (poster)

17:15- Poster session

18 th, Thu.

Morning Session 1     Chairperson: Hikaru Yabuta

9:00-9:45 Eric Herbst (University of Virginia, USA) Invited
"COM's and Their Formation in Assorted Sources"

9:45-10:15 Hideko Nomura (Kyoto University)
"Water and organic molecules in protoplanetary disks"

10:15-10:30 Coffee break

Morning Session 2     Chairperson: Yoshimasa Watanabe

10:30-11:15 Hikaru Yabuta (Osaka University)
"Finding of large-sized, nitrogen-rich organic materials in ultracarbonaceous Antarctic micrometeorite"

11:15-12:00 Nathan Crockett (University of Michigan, USA) Invited
"Recent Results from the HEXOS GT Key Program"

12:00-14:00 Lunch

Afternoon Session 1     Chairperson: Takashi Shimonishi

14:00-14:30 Yoshimasa Watanabe (The University of Tokyo)
"Spectral Line Survey toward Spiral Arm in Nearby Galaxy M51"

14:30-15:15 Vianney Taquet (Université de Grenoble, France) Invited
"Ice deuteration: models and observations to interpret the protostar history"

15:15-15:35 Shuji Deguchi (Nobeyama, NAOJ)
"HNCO 2(0,2)-1(0,1) line emission from methanol maser clouds"

15:35-15:50 Coffee break

Afternoon Session 2     Chairperson: Ralf I. Kaiser

15:50-16:10 Yasuhiro Hirahara (Nagoya University)
"First light observation of GIGMICS (germanium immersion grating mid-infrared cryogenic spectrograph) by Kanata 1.5-m Telescope at Higashi-Hiroshima Observatory"

16:10-16:55 Kunihiro Okada (Sophia University) Invited
"Cold ion chemistry using the ion trap technique"

17:00- 18:30 Poster session

18:30- Banquet

19 th, Fri.

Morning Session     Chairperson: Takayoshi Amano

9:00-9:45 Holger Müller (Universität zu Köln, Germany) Invited
"The Cologne Database for Molecular Spectroscopy: Recent Developments and Outlook for ALMA"

9:45-10:15 Mitsunori Araki (Tokyo University of Science)
"Radio Searches for Interstellar Carbon Chains HC4OH and H2CCC"

10:15-10:45 Yu-Jong Wu (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan)
"High Resolution Infrared Spectra of Protonated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and their Neutral Counterparts in Solid Para-hydrogen"

10:45-11:15 Fusakazu Matsushima (University of Toyama)
"Terahertz spectroscopy of H2F+"

11:15-11:25 Concluding remarks: Yuri Aikawa

11:30- Lab tour + Cold (-50 ℃) room tour

Posters [board-size 90cm(width)x180cm(height)]

P1. Taiki Suzuki (Astronomy Data Center, NAOJ, Japan)
"Distribution of CCS and HC3N in L1147, A Less Evolved Molecular Cloud"

P2. Shuro Takano (Nobeyama, NAOJ)
"Nobeyama 45 m telescope legacy project: Line survey"

P3. Yoshito Shimajiri (Nobeyama, NAOJ)
"Spectral-Line Surveys at mm and submm Wavelength toward Outflow-Shocked Region, OMC2-FIR4"

P4. Tatsuya Soma (The University of Tokyo)
"Abundant CH3OH in the Cold Starless Core TMC-1"

P5. Mitsunori Araki (Tokyo University of Science)
"Developments of Optical Spectrometers as Approaches to Diffuse Interstellar Bands"

P6. Yusuke Sakai (University of Toyama)
"Rotational spectra of methyl formate in the new vibrational excited states"

P7. Yuta Motoki (Toho University)
"Sub-millimeter Spectroscopic study for detection of pre-biotic molecules in interstellar space"

P8. Takuhiro Aota (Kobe University)
"Phosphorous chemistry in the shocked region L1157 B1"

P9. Takuhiro Aota (Kobe University)
"Can Thermal Instability Grow behind a Shock Wave in HI and Molecular Clouds?"

P10. Daiki Ishimoto (Kyoto University)
"The influences of disk winds on chemical evolution of plotoplanetary disks"

P11. Yuri Aikawa (Kobe University)
"From Prestellar to Protostellar Cores: Time Dependence and Deuterium Fractionation"

P12. Kenji Furuya (Kobe University)
"Deuterated water in turbulent protoplanetary disks"

P13. Yasuhiro Oba (Inst. Low. Temp. Sci., Hokkaido University)
"Water formation by OH + H2 on grain surfaces at 10 K: large isotope effects by quantum tunneling"

P14. Yasuhiro Oba (Inst. Low. Temp. Sci., Hokkaido University)
"Deuterium fractionation of methylamine through atomic grain-surface reactions at low temperatures: implication for possible D/H ratio in molecular clouds"

P15. Kazuaki Kuwahata (Inst. Low. Temp. Sci., Hokkaido University)
"The surface diffusion mechanism of hydrogen atom on interstellar ice"

P16. Akihiro Yabushita (Kyoto University)
"Photodesorption mechanisms for H2O from the 157 nm irradiation of amorphous solid water at 90 K"

P17. Akihiro Yabushita (Kyoto University)
"Surface abundance change in vacuum ultraviolet photodissociation of CO2 and H2O mixture ices"

P18. Tetsuya Hama (Inst. Low. Temp. Sci., Hokkaido University)
"Laboratory measurements of spin temperature of water molecules from ice in thermal desorption"

P19. Yuki Sarugaku (ISAS/JAXA)
"Mid-infrared High-resolution Spectrograph for SPICA"