Final program

DAY 1: June 30

9h00-9h10: B. FORT, welcome address
9h10-9h50: M. MAYOR, review, Statistical properties of exoplanets: looking for constraints on formation scenarios
9h50-10h30: G. MARCY, review, Architectures of planetary systems

Break (50 minutes--> Posters )

11h20-12h00: K. HORNE, review, Transit searches: present and future
12h00-12h30: D. QUELOZ, HARPS-COROT-Eddington no missing link
12h30-13h00: F. BOUCHY, New results on Doppler follow-up of planetary companions detected by OGLE

Lunch (1h30)

14h30-15h10: A.M. LAGRANGE, review, Direct imaging of extrasolar planets
15h10-15h25: S. HEAP, Detection of Jovian analogues in planetary systems
15h25-15h55: D. MOUILLET, VLT Planet Finder: ground-based project for exoplanets direct detections

Break (45 minutes --> Posters)

16h40-17h20: J. WAMBSGANSS, review, Microlensing surveys
17h20-17h50: D. BENNET, The detection of extra-solar planets via ground- and space-based gravitational microlensing
17h50-18h20: D. BRAMICH, Transit candidates from INT Wide Field Camera observations of NGC7789

From 18h30 : Cocktail at Observatoire de Paris (Salle Cassini)

DAY 2: July 1

9h00-9h30: F. CLARKE, Imaging planets around white dwarfs: first res ults
9h30-10h00: M. KUERSTER, Searching for terrestrial planets in the habitable zone of M dwarfs
10h00-10h30: A. EGGENBERGER, Detection and properties of extrasolar planets in multiple star systems

Break (40 minutes --> Posters)

11h10-11h50: D. SASSELOV, review, Detection and characterization of planetary atmospheres
11h50-12h30: G. CHABRIER, review, The physics of extrasolar gaseous planets: from theory to experimental and observational signatures
12h30-13h00: R. JAYAWARDHANA, Observational clues to the origins of brown dwarfs and isolated planetary mass objects

Lunch (1h30)

14h30-15h00: A. VIDAL-MADJAR, Exosphere of the extra-solar planet HD209458b
15h00-15h30: P. ZARKA, Nonthermal radio emissions from extrasolar planets
15h30-16h10: F. SELSIS, review, Atmospheres of terrestrial planets

Break (50 minutes --> Posters)

17h00-17h40: A. BRACK, review, Extraterrestrial life
17h40-18h20: M. OLLIVIER, review, Search for life: Darwin/TPF
18h20-18h50: A. LEGER, A possible new kind of planet: temperate Uranus

DAY 3: July 2

9h00-9h40: F. MENARD, review, Observations of protostellar disks
9h40-10h10: S. FERNANDES, What can we learn from protoplanetary disk frequency in young clusters?
10h10-10h40: C. GRADY, The STIS coronographic protoplanetary disk survey

Break (40 minutes --> Posters)

11h20-12h00: S. BALBUS, review, Structure and evolution of protostellar disks
12h00-12h30: S. FROMANG, Numerical simulations of self-gravitating magnetized disks
12h30-13h00: J. STEINACKER, Detection of planets in circumstellar disks

Free afternoon

DAY 4: July 3

9h00-9h40: H. LEVISON, review, Formation of terrestrial planets
9h40-10h20: J. LISSAUER, review, Formation of giant planets and brown dwarves
10h20-10h50: T. TAKEUCHI, Dust disk dispersal induced by grain growth

Break (1h10 --> Posters)

12h00-12h30: P. TANGA, Dust dynamics and planetesimals growth in turbulent disks
12h30-13h00: L. MAYER, Formation of giant planets by gravitational instability

Lunch (1h30)
14h30-15h00: G. WUCHTERL, Planets versus brown dwarfs - the first 20 million years
15h00-15h30: H. JONES, The period distribution for exoplanets: clues to the origin of planets
15h30-16h00: T. MAZEH, A possible correlation between mass ratio and period ratio in planetary systems

Break (40 minutes  --> Posters)

16h40-17h20: P.O. LAGAGE, review, Observations of dusty disks
17h20-18h00: J. C. AUGEREAU, review, Structures in dusty disks

20h00 Banquet at restaurant, "le Toupary", La Samaritaine.

DAY 5: July 4

9h00-9h30: C.P. DULLEMOND, The 2-D structure of protoplanetary disks
9h30-10h10: R. NELSON, review, Disk/planet interaction and planet migration
10h10-10h40: I. MATSUYAMA, Halting planet migration by photoevaporation from the central source

Break (50 minutes --> Posters)

11h30-12h00: M. WYATT, Extrasolar Neptune Migration as the Origin for Vega's Dust Clumps
12h00-12h40: J. PAPALOIZOU, review, On the origin of extrasolar planets eccentricities
12h40-13h00: B. JONES, Extrasolar 'Earths' in habitable zones - targets of opportunity

Lunch (1h30)

14h30-15h10: J. LASKAR, review, Dynamics of multiple planetary systems
15h10-15h40: E. PILAT-LOHINGER, Stable planetary motion in double stars
15h40-16h10: Concluding remarks



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