Section 1:

Large binocular telescope interferometer & adaptive optics system; V. Bailey

Archival Legacy Investigations of Circumstellar Environments; E. Choquet

Exoplanet science with WFIRST-2.4; S. Gaudi

Successes and challenges of the APP coronagraph; M. Kenworthy

Estimation of contaminants for direct imaging of exoplanets; M.Konishi

Performances test on the SPHERE-IFS; D. Mesa

Testing optimized principal component analysis on coronagraphic images of the Fomalhaut system; T. Meshkat

Polarimetry with the Gemini Planet Imager; M. Millar-Blanchaer

The Gemini NICI planet-finding campaign; E. Nielsen

Exploring exoplanetary systems beyond IAU with WFIRST; M. Penny

Giant planets around AF and M stars; J. Rameau

Campaign scheduling and analysis for the Gemini Planet Imager; D. Savransky

Section 2:

Planet gaps in the dust layer of 3D protoplanetary disks: Observability with ALMA; J. Gonzalez

First images from the PIONIER/VLTI optical interferometry imaging survey of Herbig Ae/Be stars; J. Kluska

Section 3:

Visible and near-infrared variability of classical T Tauri stars; Y. Aimi

Towards an accurate accounting of the gas content of proto-planetary disks;W. Best

Imaging diagnostics for transitional discs; M. de Juan Ovelar

A gas-rich disk around CX Cha; A. Hales

The early era: How do proto-stellar discs form; M. Joos

On the evolution of the snow line in proto-planetary disks; R. Martin

LIPAD simulations of giant planet core formation; H. Ngo

Inviscid and viscous flow past embedded planets; C. Ormel

Herschel imaging of transitional disks in Serpens; M. Sierra

Turbulence in protoplanetary disks; J. Simon

Gas signatures of Herbig Ae/Be disks probed with Herschel SPIRE spectroscopy; M.H.D. van der Wiel

Large-scale Planetesimal Formation by Streaming Instability; C. Yang

Section 4:

Angular momentum evolution during star and planetary system formation; C. Davies

Structures in SEEDS transitional disks; R. Dong

Gravitational instability of planetary gaps and its effect on orbital migration; M. Klin

A companion star in the SED modeling of the stellar system HD 142527; E. Nagel

Magnetocentrifugal jets and chondrule formation in weakly ionised proto-stellar disks; R. Salmeron

Section 5:

Detecting circum-binary exoplanets; D. Armstrong

Spin-orbit Mis-alignment and rapid nodal precession of the first planet transiting a pre-main-sequence star; J. Barnes

Solving the inverse problem for exoplanet atmospheres; J. Barstow

A radiative-convective equilibrium model for young giant exoplanets; J-L. Baudino

H-alpha absorption in transiting exoplanet atmospheres; D. Christie

Candidate planets in the habitable zones of Kepler stars; E. Gaidos

Using Kepler as a Calibrator; X. Huang

Doppler tomographic observations of Kepler-13b; M. Johnson

Cosmic rays, UV photons and haze formation in the upper atmospheres of hot Jupiters; P. Rimmer

The role of oxygen abundances in exoplanet host star C/O ratios; J. Teske

Discovery of a planetary system around the K giant star η Cet; T. Trifonov

Determining the population and evolution of hot Jupiters by quantifying WASP selection effects; S. Walker

Forever alone? Testing single eccentric planetary systems for multiple companions; R. Wittenmyer

Section 6:

A trend between cold debris disk temperature and stellar type; N. Ballering

The place of debris disks in planetary systems; M. Booth

Debris disks within the 75pc Volume-limited A-STar (VAST) survey; R. de Rosa

Searching for faint exozodiacal disks; D. Defrere

A modal analysis on the irradiation instability; J. Fung

Non-LTE model spectra for gaseous planetary debris disks around white dwarfs; S. Hartmann_6.17

Debris disk morphology and the dynamics of planetary systems; M. Hughes

Light from shattered worlds; A. Jackson

HD 207129 as seen by Herschel/DUNES; T. Loehne

First high-resolution L’ images of the Beta-Pictoris debris disk with NaCo/VLT; J. Milli

Finding asteroid belt analogues with WISE; R. Patel

Abundances in Stars with Debris Disks; A.M. Ritchey

Debris disk asymmetries; C. Stark

Section 7:

Protoplanetary disk evolution and influence of the host star; K. Baillie

Weather on strange new worlds; L. Carone

Ice condensation as a planet formation mechanism; K. Ros

Collisional growth of planetesimals; A. Shannon

The influence of Alfven Ionization on exoplanetary and brown dwarf atmospheres; C. Stark

Growth and retention of multiple embryos in evolving protostellar disks; X. Zhang_7.19

When did terrestrial planets form?; X. Zheng_7.20

Section 8:

The chemistry of exo-planet material; B. Gaensicke

Electric breakdown in clouds of extrasolar planetary atmospheres; C. Helling

Spin-orbit angles as a probe to orbital evolution; A. Triaud