travel

Atlanta - IAUS315

Atlanta Last week I was at the IAU Symposium 315 "Young Stars and Planets Near the Sun" in Atlanta, GA where I presented an invited review on "Grain Growth and Evolution from Primordial to Debris Disks". Talk slides will be on the meeting website shortly.
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Visit to Princeton IAS

IAS Campus

The last three days, I visited the IAS Princeton to give the IAS Astrophysics Seminar.
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ERC Interview

I have been invited to Brussels for an interview for an ERC Starting Grant.
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ISSI workshop, Beijing

Last week, I was invited to Beijing, China for the ISSI workshop with the long title "The Disk in Relation to The Formation of Planets And Their Protoatmospheres".
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Cosmic Dust VII, Osaka, Japan

Last week, I was at the 7th meeting on cosmic dust in Osaka, Japan. Learned quite a bit about all kinds of dusty environments in the universe and also about comets. Looking forward to hearing more from Rosetta very soon! I was also lucky to escape just hours before typhoon Halong grounded hundreds of flights!
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Visiting Leiden

This week, I am visiting the Leiden Observatory. I'll work and discuss with Paola Pinilla, Nienke van der Marel and others and talk at the astrochemistry seminar. Thanks to Paola, I also saw a bit of the city and get to go to the institute on a true Dutch bicycle, with single gear and only a coaster break.

Leiden, the Netherlands
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Visiting Genoble

From January 7 through 10 I was visiting the Observatory at Grenoble and gave the institute seminar. Thanks to the hospitality of Myriam Benisty and her colleagues I had a great time both scientifically and otherwise. And yes, I also enjoyed the French cuisine.

Grenoble image
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Visiting SUNY Albany

I was visiting the State University of New York at Albany to meet up with my Masters thesis supervisor, Kevin Knuth and to present the physics colloquium. Had a great time and lots of nice discussions during the day and also in the evening at the Pump Station (highly recommended!).
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