Scientific Programme


October 20-23, 1998, Unesco, Paris, France

Tuesday 20 October, Morning session: THE ISO SATELLITE & SOLAR SYSTEM

08:30 Registration
09:30 L. Woltjer Opening address
09:50 M.F. Kessler The ISO Mission: Past and Future
10:10 T. de Graauw ISO SWS in-orbit Performance
    and Highlights of its Observations
10:30 P.E. Clegg ISO LWS: Performance and Astronomical Highlights
10:50 Coffee Break
11:20 C. Cesarsky ISOCAM: Performance and Astronomical Highlights
11:40 D. Lemke ISOPHOT: Performance, Results and Outlook
12:00 E. Lellouch Solar System Observations with ISO
12:30 Lunch

Tuesday 20 October, Afternoon session: SOLAR SYSTEM (continued) & ISM

15:00 H. Feuchtgrüber Oxygen Sources in the Stratospheres
    of Giant Planets and Titan
15:20 J. Crovisier The Spectrum of Comet Hale-Bopp as seen by ISO
15:40 T.G. Müller ISO Observations of Ceres
16:00 Coffee Break
16:30 B.T. Draine The Physics of Photodissociation Fronts
17:00 D. Rosenthal SWS Spectroscopy of the Orion Peak 1
    Outflow: H2 and HD
17:20 C. Gry LWS Observations of Cirrus and Diffuse Galactic
    Lines of Sight
17:40 P. Saraceno Far-Infrared Cooling Lines in pre-MS Sources
18:00 Reception/Cocktail

Wednesday 21 October, Morning session: ISM (continued)

09:00 A.G.G.M. Tielens PAHs and the Infrared Emission Spectrum of the ISM
09:25 L. d'Hendecourt Ices and the Infrared Absorption Spectrum of the ISM
09:50 R. Laureijs Cold Dust in the Interstellar Medium
10:10 C. Waelkens ISO's View on Dust in Comets and Circumstellar Media
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 A. Abergel Spatial Distribution of Dust from Cirrus to Dense Cores
11:20 D. Lutz ISO Spectroscopy of the Galactic Center
11:40 D.C. Lis ISO LWS observations of Cold GMC Cores near the Galactic Center
12:00 P. Cox ISO Spectroscopy of the Dense Interstellar Medium
12:20 Lunch

Wednesday 21 October, Afternoon session: WATER & STAR FORMATION

14:30 G.J. Melnick ISO measurements of Gaseous Water in the ISM
14:55 J. Cernicharo The Water Vapour Abundance and its spatial Distribution
    in Orion & SgrB2
15:20 T. Tsuji Water in Stars: expected and unexpected
15:45 Coffee Break
16:20 E. van Dishoeck ISO Spectroscopy of Young Stellar Objects
16:50 S. Cabrit ISOCAM Mapping and Spectro-imaging of bipolar Outflows
17:10 T. Prusti Luminosity Distribution of Young Stars
17:30 G. Olofsson ISOCAM Survey of nearby Star Formation Regions
17:50 D. Ward-Thompson ISOPHOT and initial Conditions of Star Formation
20:00 Conference Dinner

Thursday 22 October, Morning session: STARS

09:00 S.V.W. Beckwith ISOPHOT Observations of Circumstellar Disks
    around Young Stellar Objects
09:20 C. Dominik Vega-like Stars
09:40 P.O. Lagage Mid-infrared Silicate Dust Features in $\rm\beta$-Pictoris
    as seen by ISOCAM
10:00 A. Omont The ISOGAL Survey
10:20 Coffee Break
10:50 R. Waters A better View on AGB and post-AGB Stars: ISO Results
11:20 A. Salama Target-of-Opportunity Observations of Novae
11:40 E. Dwek Unusual Line and Continuum Emission from
    Cas A Supernova Remnant
12:00 R. Tuffs Spectrophotometric Mapping of Dust and Gas
    Supernovae Remnants
12:20 P. Morris New Perspectives on the Physics and Evolution
    of Early-type stars from ISO observations
12:40 Lunch

Thursday 22 October, Afternoon session: EXTRAGALACTIC

15:00 G. Helou The ISO View of Star Forming Galaxies
15:30 L. Vigroux ISOCAM Observations of Nearby Galaxies: an Overview
15:50 S. Malhorta Far-Infrared Spectroscopy of Normal Galaxies
16:10 Coffee Break
16:40 J. Fischer An LWS Spectroscopic Survey of Infrared Bright Galaxies
17:00 E. Valentijn First Extragalactic Detection of Large Scale H2
    in the Disk of NGC 891
17:20 A.F.M. Moorwood ISO Observations of Active Galaxies
17:50 D. Rigopoulou ISO Observations of High Energy Sources:
    Ultra-Luminous Infrared Galaxies and AGN

Friday 23 October, Morning session: Extragalactic & COSMOLOGY

09:00 M. Stickel The ISOPHOT Far-Infrared Serendipity Sky Survey
09:20 B. Wilkes The far-infrared Spectral Energy Distributions
    of High-Redshift Quasars
09:40 D. Elbaz Deep Surveys in the Mid-Infrared
10:10 J.-L. Puget Deep Surveys in the Far-Infrared
10:40 Coffee Break
11:10 M. Rowan-Robinson The ELAIS Survey
10:30 K. Kawara ISO Deep Far-Infrared Survey of the Lockman Hole
11:50 L. Metcalfe A Deep and Ultra-Deep ISOCAM Cosmological Survey
    through gravitationally lensing Galaxy Clusters
12:10 R.M. Bonnet Future Prospects for Infrared Astronomy
    in the ESA Science Program
12:40 Lunch

Friday 23 October, Afternoon session: FUTURE MISSIONS & SUMMARY

14:00 J. Mather What to do beyond the Future Plans?
14:30 H. Okuda IRIS Mission
14:50 S. Volonté FIRST/Planck
15:10 M. Harwit Conference Summary: The Milky Way
15:30 R. Genzel Conference Summary: Galaxies