Detailed look at birthplaces of planets with ALMA

Research on understanding the formation process of planetary systems has been progressing very rapidly in recent years, but there are still many unknowns. In this talk, mainly focusing on high-resolution observations using ALMA, I would like to talk about such as the growth of dust (solid) suggested in protoplanetary disks and the ongoing observational project to probe detailed gas kinematics in disks, along with a review of this science field.

Misato Fukagawa (NAOJ)
Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 854 5402 7981 Passcode: 955691
Kohei Inayoshi
Thursday, November 25, 2021 - 3:30PM to Thursday, November 25, 2021 - 4:30PM
Misato Fukagawa is the East Asia ALMA Regional Center manager and one of the astronomers working on planetary system formation. She belongs to NAOJ and is a faculty member of the Graduate University for Advanced Studies and the University of Tokyo. She has worked on high-angular-resolution observations of protoplanetary disks, and also participates with other researchers in discussions about future directions of planetary formation science with next-generation observing capabilities.