Toronto Meeting on Numerical Integration Methods in Planetary Science

August 14th to 16th 2017


Rationale

The Toronto Meeting on Numerical Integration Methods in Planetary Science is a three day meeting to discuss the current state, recent advances, and unsolved problems related to numerical integrations of planetary systems in general, symplectic integrators, hardware acceleration and software tools. The idea is to have a relatively small workshop-style meeting of about 20-30 people who are actively working in this field, allowing us to have talks and discussions at a level of detail which is usually not possible at larger conferences.

Attending

If you are interested in attending, please e-mail Hanno Rein or Daniel Tamayo. There is no registration fee for this conference and we might have limited support for travel or lodging.

Registration Link: https://goo.gl/forms/Jiunl6MU0zShPYrI2.

Local organizers:

  • Hanno Rein (UTSC)
  • Daniel Tamayo (UTSC/CITA)

Confirmed participants:

  • Cristobal Petrovich (CITA)
  • Ari Silburt (Toronto/Penn State)
  • Martin Duncan (Queens U)
  • Seppo Mikkola (Turku)
  • David Hernandez (MIT)
  • Sarah Millholland (Yale)
  • Erika Nesvold (Carnegie DTM)
  • Matija Cuk (SETI)
  • Billy Quarles (NASA Ames)
  • Jihad Touma (Beirut)
  • Alan Jackson (UTSC)
  • David Nesvorny (Boulder)
  • David Tsang (University of Maryland)
  • Gongjie Li (Harvard)

Still awaiting confirmation:

  • Hal Levison (SwRI)
  • Scott Tremaine (IAS)
  • Tom Quinn (Washington)
  • Dan Fabrycky (Chicago)
  • Jack Wisdom (MIT)
  • Julien Salmon (SwRI)
  • Junichiro Makino (ELSI)
  • David Minton (Purdue)
  • Smadar Naoz (UCLA)
  • Fabio Antonini (Northwestern)
  • Christa van Laerhoven (UBC)
  • Simon Portegies Zwart (Leiden)
  • David Earn (McMaster)
  • Matt Holman (CfA)