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Title: Circumstellar Dynamics at High Resolution
Volume: 464 Year: 2012 View Volume 464 on ADS
Editors: Alex Cavalieri Carciofi and Thomas Rivinius
Synopsis:
The term “high resolution” gained a much broader meaning to the astronomical community over the past decade or so. Large telescopes enabled even higher spectral resolution than before and rapid observation modes provided high temporal resolution. High spatial resolution instrumentation, such as adaptive optics and interferometers like the VLTI, also evolved from expert-only to general user techniques.

The joint ESO/Brazilian Workshop “Circumstellar Dynamics at High Resolution”, co-sponsored by ESO, the University of São Paulo and the Brazilian agencies Capes and Fapesp, was held to sum up and provide an outlook about the great advancements that “high-resolution” brought to the field of hot star research. The meeting hosted about 70 participants from 14 countries, who gave 18 invited and 23 contributed talks, and presented more than two dozen posters. The meeting format was designed to provide ample opportunity for discussion and direct exchange between the participants.

The session topics focused on new information about the stars proper and their immediate environment, ranging from star formation over magnetospheres and tidal and other binary interaction to circumstellar disks and winds. A special session was dedicated to Be stars as “Laboratories for Circumstellar Disk Physics” and the recent periastron of the Be binary δ Scorpii.

This book is of interest for researchers in stellar astronomy, and presents an overview of the relevant results and the progress made in the field of hot stars in the past several years.
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Paper Title Page Authors
Front Matter   
Front Cover
Front Matter 1 Carciofi, A.C.; Rivinius, Th.
Conference Photos 2 Carciofi, A.C.; Rivinius, Th.
Session I. Circumstellar Disks and Outflows: Observations   
Circumstellar Disks During Various Evolutionary Stages 3 Oudmaijer, R. D.
Circumstellar Matter Studied by Spectrally-Resolved Interferometry 15 Millour, F.
Circumstellar Matter Studied with Polarimetry 25 Magalhães, A. M.
The Circumstellar Environment of Rigel Probed at High Spatial and Spectral Resolution 35 Kaufer, A.; Chesneau, O.; Stahl, O.; Colvinter, C.; Spang, A.; Dessart, L.; Prinja, R.; Kaufer, a. R. C.; Chesneau, A.; Stahl, O.; Colvinter, O.; Spang, C.; Dessart, A.; Prinja, L.; Chini, R.; R.
Imaging Hot Stars at Very High Angular Resolution with Intensity Interferometry 43 Nuñez, P. D.; Holmes, R.; Kieda, D.; Rou, J.; LeBohec, S.
Can Li-rich K Giants Eject Shells? Assembling the Lithium Puzzle in K Giants 51 de la Reza, R.; Drake, N. A.
The Herschel Planetary Nebula Survey (HerPlaNS) 59 Ueta, T.; Ladjal, D.; HerPlaNS team
Unveiling the Structure and Kinematics of B[e] Stars' Disks From FEROS and CRIRES Spectra 67 Muratore, M. F.; de Wit, W. J.; Kraus, M.; Aret, A.; Cidale, L. S.; Borges Fernandes, M.; Oudmaijer, R. D.; Wheelwright, H. E.
CO in Water Fountain Stars: More Than High-Velocity Water 71 Rizzo, J. R.; Suárez, O.; Gómez, J. F.; Miranda, L. F.; Osorio, M.
PUCHEROS Early Science: A New Be+sdO Candidate* 75 Rivinius, Th.; Vanzi, L.; Chacon, J.; Leyton, P.; Helminiak., K. G.; Baffico, M.; Štefl, S.; Baade, D.; Avila, G.; Guirao, C.
Radiosubmillimetric Mapping of Essential Carbon-Based Compounds in Carbon-Rich Targets and its Implications for the Origin of Life 79 Janot-Pacheco, E.; Lage, C.; Carciofi, A. C.; Domiciano de Souza, A.; Gadotti, D. A.
Session II. Circumstellar Disks and Outflows: Theory   
Testing Be Disk Models with Optical Interferometry and Spectroastrometry 85 Bjorkman, J. E.
Circumstellar Disk Models: Unraveling the Mysteries of Be Star Disks 97 Jones, C. E.; Wiegert, P.; Tycner, C.; Henry, G. W.; Muterspaugh, M. W.
Current State of MHD Simulations of Massive Star Winds 107 ud-Doula, A.
Disks Surrounding Be stars: A Stellar Evolution Perspective 117 Granada, A.; Ekström, S.; Georgy, C.; Meynet, G.; Krtička, J.; Owocki, S. P.
Probing the Circumstellar Disk Structure of Classical Be Stars with Polarimetry 125 Halonen, R. J.; Jones, C. E.
Dynamical Study of Be Viscous Decretion Disks: Photometric Predictions 133 Haubois, X.; Carciofi, A. C.; Rivinius, T.; Okazaki, A. T.; Bjorkman, J. E.
On the CQE Phase Signature Feature in High-Resolution Spectro-Interferometry of Be Stars 141 Faes, D. M.; Carciofi, A. C.; Rivinius, Th.; Štefl, S.; Baade, D.; Domiciano de Souza, A.
Grid of Supergiant B[e] Models from HDUST Radiative Transfer 149 Domiciano de Souza, A.; Carciofi, A. C.
Synthetic Maps of Synchrotron Emission in Massive Binary Systems from MHD Numerical Simulations 153 Falceta-Gonçalves, D.
A BJV Diagram Vision by Means of Simplified Models 157 Mota, B. C.; Carciofi, A. C.; Haubois, X.; Faes, D. M.
Spectral Synthesis of Rapidly Rotating Massive-Stars 161 Ribeiro, J. M.; Carciofi, A. C.
Session III.  Sco and Be Stars as Laboratories for Circumstellar Disk Physics   
VLTI, CHARA and NPOI Observations of Be Stars 167 Stee, Ph.; Meilland, A.
Dynamics of Circumstellar Disks in Be Star Binaries 177 Okazaki, A. T.
The Be Binary δ Scorpii and Its 2011 Periastron Passage 187 Miroshnichenko, A. S.; Manset, N.; Pasechnik, A. V.; Carciofi, A. C.; Rivinius, Th.; Štefl, S.; Ribeiro, J. M.; Fernando, A.; Garrel, T.; Knapen, J. H.; Buil, C.; Heathcote, B.; Pollmann, E.; Thizy, O.; Eversberg, T.; Reinecke, N.; Martin, J.; Okazaki, A. T.; Gandet, T. L.; Gvaramadze, V. V.; Zharikov, S. V.
δ Sco 2011 Periastron Passage: Near-IR Interferometry and Radio mm Observations 197 Štefl, S.; LeBouquin, J.-B.; Rivinius, Th.; Baade, D.; Carciofi, A. C.; Haubois, X.; Corder, S.; Curé, M.; Kanaan, S.
Spectroastrometry and NLTE Modeling of the Disk Around the Be Star β CMi 205 Wheelwright, H. E.; Bjorkman, J. E.; Oudmaijer, R. D.; Carciofi, A. C.
Are Double Periodic Variables Progenitors of Some Be Stars? 213 Mennickent, R.
Modeling of Be Stars 219 Šejnová, K.; Votruba, V.; Koubská, P.
Hydrodynamics of Outer Parts of Viscous Decretion Disks of Critically Rotating Stars 223 Kurfürst, P.; Krtička, J.
Long-Term Variability of Emission Lines in the Spectrum of the Be Star HD 152478 227 Pogodin, M. A.; Drake, N. A.; Jilinski, E. G.; Daflon, S.; Herencia, M. I. Z.; de la Reza, R.; Ortega, V. G.
Imaging the Circumstellar Environment of ω CMa with the VLTI 231 Sridharan, R.; Štefl, S.; Rivinius, Th.
Spectroscopic Observations of δ Sco Through the 2011 Periastron Passage 235 Rivinius, Th.; Štefl, S.; Baade, D.; Carciofi, A. C.; Otero, S.; Miroshnichenko, A. S.; Manset, N.
Monitoring the Polarimetric Variability of δ Scorpii 239 Bednarski, D.; Carciofi, A. C.
Session IV. Dynamics of Circumstellar Material and Tidal Interactions   
Zooming into Eta Carinae 245 Groh, J. H.
The Dynamical Role of Radiative Driving in the Sources and Sinks of Circumstellar Matter in Massive Stars 255 Owocki, S.
The X-Ray View of OB Star Wind Structure and Dynamics 267 Cohen, D. H.
Long Baseline Interferometry, a Powerful Tool to Study Stars with the B[e] Phenomenon: The Case of HD 50138* 277 Borges Fernandes, M.
The Be Disk Structure in A 0535+262/V725 Tau During the X-Ray Giant Outburst 285 Moritani, Y.; Nogami, D.; Okazaki, A. T.; Imada, A.; Kambe, E.; Honda, S.; Hashimoto, O.; Ichikawa, K.
On the Binarity of LBV Stars 293 Martayan, C.; Lobel, A.; Baade, D.; Blomme, R.; Frémat, Y.; LeBouquin, J.-B.; Selman, F.; Girard, J.; Mérand, A.; Montagnier, G.; Patru, F.; Mawet, D.; Martins, F.; Rivinius, Th.; Štefl, S.; Zorec, J.; Semaan, T.; Mehner, A.; Kervella, P.; Sana, H.; Schödel, R.
Diagnosing Small- and Large-Scale Structure in the Winds of Hot, Massive OB-Stars 301 Sundqvist, J. O.; Owocki, S. P.
Using Grids of High Resolution Synthetic Spectra in the Analysis of [WCE] Stars 309 Keller, G. R.; Bianchi, L.; Herald, J. E.; Maciel, W. J.
Observational Constraints on the Disk Size and Kinematics of HD 327083* 319 Andruchow, I.; Cidale, L. S.; Chesneau, O.; Kanaan, S.; Borges Fernandes, M.; Kraus, M.; Arias, M. L.; Torres, A.; Curé, M.; Granada, A.
CPD–52 9243: Circumstellar Dust and Gas Properties Derived from Interferometric and Spectroscopic Data\footnotemark 323 Cidale, L. S.; Borges Fernandes, M.; Andruchow, I.; Kraus, M.; Chesneau, O.; Kanaan, S.; Arias, M. L.; Curé, M.; de Wit, W. J.; Muratore, M. F.
Session V. Massive Star Formation out of a Dynamic Environment   
Advances in Understanding Young High-Mass Stars Using Optical Interferometry 329 de Wit, W. J.
Theoretical Models of Massive Star Formation: Predictions for the Circumstellar Environment of Massive Stars 339 Krumholz, M. R.
The Star Formation History of RCW 36 351 Ellerbroek, L. E.; Kaper, L.; Bik, A.; Maaskant, K. M.; Podio, L.
Ionization and Desorption of Molecule Ice Stimulated by X-Rays in Circumstellar Envelopes 361 Mendoza, E. F.; Almeida, G.; Wolff, W.; Andrade, D. P. P.; Rocco, M. L. M.; Boechat-Roberty, H. M.
MHD Heating in Dusty Proto-Stellar Accretion Disks Midplane 365 Jatenco-Pereira, V.
Integral-Field Spectroscopy of the Young High-Mass Star IRAS 13481–6124 369 Stecklum, B.; Caratti o Garatti, A.; Linz, H.
Session VI. Magnetospheres of Hot Stars   
The Magnetic Fields and Magnetospheres of Hot Stars 375 Alecian, E.
Massive-Star Magnetospheres: The Interplay Between Outflows, Rotation and Magnetic Fields 385 Townsend, R. H. D.
Solving the Puzzle of the Massive Star System θ2 Orionis A 397 Petit, V.; Gagné, M.; Cohen, D. H.; Townsend, R. H. D.; Leutenegger, M. A.; Savoy, M. R.; Fehon, G.; Cartagena, C. A.
The MiMeS Survey of Magnetism in Massive Stars 405 Wade, G. A.; Grunhut, J. H.; MiMeS Collaboration
Polarimetric Observations of σ Orionis E 413 Carciofi, A. C.; Faes, D. M.; Townsend, R. H. D.
Session VII. Summary Talk   
Circumstellar Dynamics at High Resolution: A Personal Summary 425 Baade, D.
Back Matter   
Author Index 437 Carciofi, A.C.; Rivinius, Th.
Back Matter 441