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Sunday 30 November

Astronomical Polarization Tutorials

The Physics of Polarization - Degl'Innocenti

Nighttime Polarimetry – Bagnulo

Daytime Polarimetry – Solanki

Planetary Atmospheres & Surfaces – Mischenko

Monday 1 December

SESSION I: Solar and Stellar Surface Magnetic Fields – I

CHAIR: S. Solanki

KEYNOTE: Two Centuries of Solar Polarimetry - Harvey

KEYNOTE: Surface Magnetic Fields across the HR diagram - Landstreet

CHAIR: J. Trujillo Bueno

INVITED: Small-scale solar and stellar surface fields - Martínez González

Do the quiet Sun magnetic fields vary with the solar cycle? – Faurobert

The magnetic flux history of supergranular cells in the photosphere of the Sun - Bellot Rubio (missing)

Solar surface anisotropy on the magnetic field – Bommier

The evolution of individual and groups of flux tubes as seen by IMaX/Sunrise - del Toro Iniesta

The persistence of apparent non‐magnetohydrostatic equilibrium in NOAA 11035 – Jaeggli (Metcalf Travel Award Recipient )

CHAIR: O. Kochukhov

INVITED: Polarimetric tomography of stellar surfaces – Petit

The BCool project – Marsden

Detection of magnetic fields in evolved low‐intermediate mass stars – Sabin

Full Stokes (IQUV) polarimetry of AGB and post‐AGB stars – Lebre

Polarimetric Observations of Beta CrB with the Catania Spectro‐polarimeter – Martin

Flare footpoint infrared spectropolarimetry including He I 1083 nm – Judge

Photospheric and chromospheric polarimetry of solar flares – Kleint

SESSION 2: Future Directions in Astrophysical Polarimetry – I 

CHAIR: R. Casini

INVITED: Polarimetry and the Solar-C Mission – Ichimoto

Polarization calibration and scheduling for the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope – Elmore

The Polarimetric and Helioseismic Imager on Solar Orbiter – Solanki

A Large Coronagraph for Solar Coronal Magnetic Field Studies – Tomcxyk

Tuesday 2 December

SESSION 3: Physical Processes

CHAIR: P. Judge

KEYNOTE: Theoretical Tools for Spectro-Polarimetry – Casini

INVITED: Atomic Scattering Polarization: Observations, Interpretation and Predictions – Trujillo Bueno

INVITED: Scattering Polarization from Macroscopic Particles – Mishchenko

Resolution of the D1 enigma: Physics of polarized scattering at multi‐level systems – Stenflo

Chromospheric diagnosis with forward‐scattering Hanle effect in hydrodynamical models - Carlin Ramirez

SESSION 4: Instrumentation for Astronomical Polarimetry

CHAIR: S. Jaeggli

INVITED: Challenges of Infrared Polarimetry of the Sun – Lin

A ZIMPOL polarimeter system at GREGOR in Tenerife – Bianda

Coronal Magnetograph (CorMag) for Space‐ and Ground‐based Solar Observatories – Fineschi

INVITED: New Optics for Astronomical Polarimetry – Baur

Preliminary Design of the Full‐Stokes UV and Visible Spectropolarimeter for UVMag – Pertenais

A near infrared imaging polarimeter: POLICAN – Rangaswamy

Fast Solar Polarimeter – Feller

SESSION 5: Data Analysis techniques for Polarization Observations

CHAIR: J. C. del Toro Iniesta

INVITED: Pattern Recognition Techniques for Astronomical Polarization Measurements –Lopez Ariste

INVITED: Multi-line Techniques for Inference of Stellar Magnetic Fields – O. Kochukhov

INVITED: New generation Stokes inversion codes – Ramos

Effect of cross‐ redistribution on the resonance scattering polarization of O I line at 1302 A – Bhasari

Inhomogeneity and velocity fields effects on scattering polarization in solar prominences – Milic

How to analyze millions of spectral profiles of an X1.0 flare efficiently and still feel good afterward - Sainz Dalda

Spatially coupled inversion of spectro‐polarimetric data - van Noort

Wednesday 3 December

SESSION 6: Future Directions in Astrophysical Polarimetry – II

CHAIR: B. Lites

INVITED: Polarization Measurements at ATST/DKIST – Martinez Pillet

SolpeX: the soft X‐ray flare polarimeter for ISS – Sylwester

Sounding Rocket Experiment: Chromospheric Lyman‐Alpha Spectro‐Polarimeter (CLASP) – Kubo

SESSION 7: Solar and Stellar Surface Magnetic Fields – II

CHAIR: J. Landstreet

INVITED: Magnetic Fields in Early-Type Stars – Grunhut

The origin of magnetic fields in hot stars – Neiner

High Precision Polarimetry of Magnetic Massive Stars – Carciofi

Ultra‐weak magnetic fields and atmospheric dynamics of Am stars – Blazère

CHAIR: R. Centeno

Full Stokes observations in the He 1083 nm spectral region covering a M3.2 class flare – Kuckein

A two dimensional view of spicules from He 1083 nm triplet observations - Orozco Suarez

Flux emergence event beneath an eruptive filament - Palacios

Polar Faculae Magnetism - Pastor Yabar

Thursday 4 December

SESSION 8: Polarization Diagnostics of Atmospheres & Circumstellar Environments

CHAIR: J. Vink

KEYNOTE: Circumstellar Polarimetry – Magalhaes 

INVITED: Probing Coronal and Chromospheric Magnetic Fields with Radio Imaging Polarimetry– Shibasaki (presented by Ichimoto)

INVITED: Polarimetry as a Window into of Supernova Explosions and Progenitors – Hoffman

Polarimetry of Supernovae – Maund (missing)

CHAIR: S. Gibson

Magnetic and electric fields inference in chromospheric jets using Paschen lines – Anan

Intensity and Linear Polarization of Fe XIII 10747 and 10798 in the Corona – Plowman

Polarimetric measurements in prominences observed by THEMIS – Schmieder

The Coronal Structure of the Sun‐Like Exoplanet‐ Host GJ 3021 - Alvarado-Gomez

CHAIR: F. Menard

Inferring condensate structures in ultracool dwarfs using linear polarimetry - Miles‐Páez

Linear line spectropolarimetry and circumstellar structures – Vink

Modeling AB Aurigae's Envelope – Lomax

Diagnosing the SEEDS of Planet Formation – Wisniewski

CARMA observations of magnetic fields in star‐forming filaments – Hull

Magnetic field structure in star‐forming regions – Chakali

On the Peculiarities of Manifestation of kG Magnetic Elements in Observations of the Sun with Low Spatial Resolution – Demidov

SESSION 9: Polarimetry as a Tool for Discovery Science – I

CHAIR: M. Mishchenko

High contrast imaging of circumstellar disks in scattered light: the polarimetric approach of VLT/SHPERE – de Boer

INVITED: Polarization Biosignatures of Planet Earth – Sterzik

Polarimetry: a primary tool for the physical characterization of the Asteroids – Cellino

Spectro-polarimetry: a new tool for the physical characterization of asteroids – Bagnulo

Friday 5 December

SESSION 10: Polarimetry as a Tool for Discovery Science - II

CHAIR: S. Bagnulo

Polarimetry as a tool to find and study habitable planets orbiting white dwarfs – Fossati

Stellar magnetic activity and its influence on the habitability of exoplanets – Lueftinger

Polarimetric detection of dust in the candidate disintegrating planet KIC1255754 8b – Palle

SESSION 11: Numerical Modeling of Polarized Emission

CHAIR: M. Faurobert

INVITED: On the importance of partial frequency redistribution in modeling the scattering polarization – Nagendra

INVITED: Three-dimensional simulations of Scattering Polarization and the Hanle Effect in MHD Chromospheric Models – Stepan (missing)

INVITED: Modeling of Polarized Emission and Absorption from Protoplanetary Disks – Menard

The impact of surface dynamo magnetic fields on the chemical abundance determination – Shchukina

 

Poster Group A and Poster Group B

A1: Analytical modeling of thirty meter telescope polarization – Anche

A2: The importance of non ‐ photon noise in astronomical spectro‐polarimetry – Bagnulo

A3: Polima‐2: A dual‐beam imaging polarimeter for the San Pedro Martir National Observatory – Bermúdez Bustamante

A4: Theoretical polarization spectrum of Na I D1 & D2 near the solar limb – Bommier

A5: The Chromosphere and Prominence Magnetometer – de Wijn

A6: An electronic inverter of the radiative transfer equation for polarized light – del Toro Iniesta

A7: On the cross‐ calibration of the Hsos Smat full disk longitudinal magnetograms with data sets from other instruments – Demidov

A8: Digital radar in Costa Rica. design, tools and results – Garbanzo-Salas

A9: Design of full Stokes polarimeter for chromospheric measurements with SOLIS/VSM – Gosain

A10: Solar full‐disk polarization measurement with the Fe I 15648 line – Hanaoka

A11: A simple low‐resolution spectropolarimeter for Zeeman measurements of stellar magnetic fields – Hiriart

A12: Cyclic variation of internetwork magnetic fields – Jin (Canceled)

A13: Paschen‐Back effect involving fine and hyperfine structure states – Krishnamurthy (Presenter: Nagendra)

A14: Measurement of seeing induced spurious polarization – Krishnappa

A15: Unresolved mixed polarity magnetic fields at flux cancellation site in solar photosphere at 0”.3 spatial resolution – Kubo

A16: Optical and near-infrared linear polarimetry of low mass stars, brown dwarfs – Miles‐Páez

A17: The DAO liquid crystal spectropolarimeter dimaPol – Monin

A18: A revisit to model the Cr I triplet at 5204‐5208 A and Ba II D_2 line at 4554 A in the second solar spectrum – Narayanamurthy (Presenter: Nagendra)

A19: Magnetic field configuration in a flaring active region: emerging and shear regions – Palacios

A20: Waves and Magnetism in the Solar Atmosphere (WAMIS) – Strachan

A21: Inferring magnetic and plasma properties at multiple heights in the Sun's atmosphere with IBIS data – Tarr (Metcalf Travel Award Recipient )

A22: Parallelization of the SIR code for the investigation of small‐ scale magnetic features in the solar photosphere – Thonhofer

A23: Spectrograph for the Brazilian Solar Telescope – Vieira (presenter: Palacios)

A24: Performance Measurement of LCVR From Meadowlark Company – Wang (Canceled)

A25: Commissioning Results of a New Polarimeter, DUSTPol – Wolfe

 

B1: The high energetic particles released during the decline phases of solar cycle 24 – Abdel Hady

B2: Line variations profile of a solar analog star, the search – Amazo-Gomez

B3: Radiative transfer simulations of multiphase AGN tori: thermal emission and polarization – Baes

B4: Is there life in our solar system? – Bagnulo

B5: Barbarian asteroids: challenging open questions and constraints to the models of formation of the planetary system – Cellino

B6: Modeling of the center‐to‐limb variation of the Ca I 4227 A line using FCHHT models – Dayanada (Presenter: Nagendra)

B7: Assessing the behavior of modern solar spectropolarimeters and magnetographs – del Toro Iniesta

B8: PRD effects on polarized lines formed in moving media in the presence of a weak magnetic field – Sampoorna (Presenter: Nagendra)

B9: Forward modeling coronal magnetic fields – Gibson

B10: Probing disk inhomogeneities using spectropolarimetry in the extreme binary epsilon Aurigae – Geise

B11: Magnetic evolution of coronal hole and the associated filament – Gutiérrez

B12: Polarized continuum radiation from stellar atmospheres – Harrington

B13: Study of polarization in proto-planetary nebulae – Ibarra Garcia

B14: Magnetism, polarization processes and mass loss of red supergiant stars – Josselin

B15: Studies of supersonic downflows in sunspot penumbrae using spectropolarimetric data – Kim

B16: Mass Transfer in the V356 Sgr Binary System – Lomax

B17: TeV cosmic ray anisotropy from the turbulent magnetic field at the heliospheric boundary – Lopez-Barquero

B18: Optical and near‐ infrared linear spectropolarimetry of the Earth – Miles‐Páez

B19: An Equation for Uranus Zonal Wind – Murillo

B20: Probing the geometry of type II‐ plateau supernovae explosions – Pignata

B21: Multi‐ wavelength comparative study of oscillations of sunspot and filament – Rojas

B22: Zeeman Doppler imaging of a cool star using all four Stokes parameters for the first time – Rosén

B23: Formation of polarized spectral lines in atmospheres with horizontal inhomogeneities – Tichy

B24: High‐velocity Wind from IRS 1 in the NGC 2071IR – Trinidad

B25: Long-Term Evolution of Filaments Associated with Emerging Magnetic Flux – Taliashvili

B26: Coronal Magnetism: Hanle Effect in UV and IR Spectral Lines – Raouafi

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