The meeting is organized within the framework of the JEDI collaboration, and will bring together researchers working on young stars and protoplanetary disks, with the aim of discussing current and new projects, and synergies within the spectroscopic and photometric surveys in which the INAF-funded STRADE (Spectroscopically TRAcing the Disk dispersal Evolution) and YODA (YSOs Outflows Disks and Accretion: towards a global framework for the evolution of planet forming systems) projects are based. The meeting is restricted to the STRADE and YODA members, however students and/or postdocs involved on the discussed topics are also encouraged to attend. Topics scheduled for the meeting include:
- Evolution of protoplanetary disks, from the early formation to the disk dispersal
- Accretion and disk-star interaction
- Ejection of matter through jets and winds
- Effects of the environment (metallicity, stellar density, & dynamical interactions)
- Eruptive phenomena in young stellar objects
- Formation of proto-planets
The meeting will be in presence and is structured in review talks (25min + 5min for questions) discussing the state of the art and potential developments of each topic over the next two years. The review talks will be followed by a series of related contributions by INAF postdocs (15min + 5min for questions), senior collaborators (15min+5min for questions) and involved postdocs (10min + 2min for questions). The first two days will be dedicated to the scientific part of the meeting, while the third day shall be dedicated to the perspectives and future actions of the Italian JEDI community.