SOC/invited speakers shown in bold.
Chair with (*) to be confirmed.
You can download the 3day conference program here.

Time Slot Subject Area and Title Speaker
9:00-9:05 Opening remarks Kimi Hayasaki
"Fundamentals of TDE flares"
Theory of fundamental TDE physics Chair: Peter Jonker
9:05-9:40 Theoretical review of TDEs Nick Stone
9:40-10:05 Formation of an accretion flow in tidal disruption events Clément Bonnerot
10:05-10:30 Modeling accretion disks, winds and jets in tidal disruption events Jane Dai
10:30-10:55 COFFEE BREAK
Observational survey of optical/UV TDEs
10:55-11:40 Demographics of tidal disruption events - an observational view Tiara Hung
11:40-12:05 Population analysis of TDEs from ZTF Sjoert van Velzen
12:05-12:25 Poster presentation time (*see the detail on the last page)
12:25-13:55 LUNCH BREAK
Observational survey of optical/UV TDEs (continued) Chair: Iair Arcavi
13:55-14:20 New Insights from High Cadence, Very Early Time Observations of TDEs Thomas Holoien
Challenges to simple TDE models
14:20-14:45 Three Open Questions and Some Speculative Answers Julian Krolik
14:45-15:10 Eccentric Paths to Tidal Disruption and Warped TDE disks Dong Lai
15:10-15:30 Dynamical Structure of Eccentric TDE Discs Elliot Lynch
15:30-15:55 COFFEE BREAK
15:55-16:15 Eccentric Tidal Disruption Event Disks around Supermassive Black Holes: Dynamics and Thermal Emission John (J.J.) Zanazzi
16:15-16:35 A relativistic disc model of Tidal Disruption Events Andrew Mummery
16:35-17:00 Radiation hydrodynamic simulations of tidal disruption of a star by a supermassive black hole Kimi Hayasaki
17:00-17:30 Discussion Discussion Coordinator: Iair Arcavi
"Relativity in TDEs"
Relativistic outflows and shocks Chair: Jane Dai
9:00-9:45 Non-thermal emission from TDEs: New insights from ALMA Kate Alexander
9:45-10:05 Selected topics in TDEs Bing Zhang
10:05-10:25 COFFEE BREAK
Relativistic TDE physics
10:25-10:50 General relativistic simulations of tidal disruption events Giuseppe Lodato
10:50-11:10 Tidal Stream Circularizaion by Supermassive Schwarzschild Black Holes Mike Kesden
11:10-11:30 Ultra-deep tidal disruption events: prompt self-intersections and observables Siva Darbha
11:30-11:55 Exploring TDEs as Gravitational Wave Emitters Elena Rossi
11:55-13:25 LUNCH BREAK
X-ray observations Chair: Sjoert van Velzen
13:25-14:00 Late-time X-ray observations of tidal disruption flares Peter Jonker
14:00-14:35 The X-ray emission from Tidal Disruption Events Richard Saxton
14:35-14:55 Continuum-Fitting the X-ray Spectra of Tidal Disruption Events Sixiang Wen
14:55-15:20 Understanding the multi-wavelength properties of X-ray bright TDEs Katie Auchettl
15:20-15:40 COFFEE BREAK
Future TDE science
15:40-16:05 The Einstein Probe mission and prospects for the detection of TDEs Weimin Yuan
16:05-16:30 MAXI Hard X-ray Observations of TDEs Taiki Kawamuro
16:30-16:50 Tidal Disruption Events in the eROSITA Era Adam Malyali
16:50-17:10 Observing TDEs in the era of LSST Katja Bricman
17:10-17:40 Discussion Discussion Coordinator: Jane Dai
18:10-20:10 Banquet 10 mins walk from YITP
"Populations of TDEs: Trends and Outliers" Chair: Nick Stone
TDE rates and demographics
9:00-9:25 Forward-modeling tidal disruption events and their detections in surveys to understand selection effects Nathan Roth
9:25-9:45 Tidal disruption events on cosmological scales Hugo Pfister
9:45-10:05 Tidal Disruption Events from Eccentric Nuclear Disks Heather Wernke
10:05-10:25 Mass segregation and TDEs in eccentric nuclear disks Aleksey Generozov
10:25-10:50 COFFEE BREAK
10:50-11:10 An Energy Inventory of Tidal Disruption Events Brenna Mockler
11:10-11:30 Supermassive black holes and stellar objects in galaxy mergers Shuo Li
New developments in disruption theory
11:30-11:50 Observable implications of stellar and black hole mass in fully general relativistic hydrodynamics simulations Taeho Ryu
11:50-12:10 Composition in TDEs using FLASH+MESA Jamie Law-Smith
12:10-13:40 LUNCH BREAK
Theory of Exotic TDEs Chair: Kimi Hayasaki
13:40-14:05 High-resolution numerical studies for tidal detonation of a white dwarf Ataru Tanikawa
14:05-14:25 Emission from thermonuclear explosions in white dwarf tidal disruption events Kojiro Kawana
Difference between TD and AGN flares
14:25-14:45 Tidal disruption events in active galactic nuclei Chi-ho Chan
14:45-15:05 COFFEE BREAK
New directions in TDE observations
15:05-15:30 Results from Multi-wavelength Timing Analysis of Tidal Disruption Events DJ Pasham
15:30-15:50 The destruction and recreation of the X-ray corona in an accreting massive black hole Claudio Ricci
15:50-16:10 Radio emission from likely TDEs in galaxies revealed with nuclear mid-IR outbursts Xinwen Shu
16:10-16:30 Tidal disruptions in galaxy mergers and luminous infrared galaxies Seppo Mattila
16:30-17:00 Discussion Discussion Coordinator: Peter Jonker
17:00-17:10 Closing remarks Nick Stone and Kimi Hayasaki
1/14 Poster presentation
[Instruction for the poster presenters]
Time Slot Title Speaker (alphabetical order)
12:05-12:07 The Strong Dust Echo From Some TDEs/ TDE candidates Liming Dou
12:07-12:09 Discovery and Follow-up Observations of ASASSN-19dj Jason Hinkle
12:09-12:11 Bound debris in stellar tidal disruption events Taj Jankovič
12:11-12:13 Multiwavelength Study of an Off-nuclear Active Galactic Nucleus in NGC 5252 Minjin Kim
12:13-12:15 A Tidal Disruption Event Candidate Discovered in the Active Galactic Nucleus SDSS J0227-0420 Zhu Liu
12:15-12:17 Tidal Disruption Flares from Stars on Eccentric to Hyperbolic Orbits Gwanwoo Park
12:17-12:19 Accretion Disk Winds in Tidal Disruption Events: Ultraviolet Spectral Lines as Orientation Indicators Edward John Parkinson
12:19-12:21 X-ray spectral variation of the changing-look Seyfert galaxy SDSSJ1552+2737 Yanli
12:21-12:23 TBA Yuhai Yuan
12:23-12:25 The orbital eccentricity and penetration factor of the tidally disrupted stars Shiyan Zhong