Programme summary

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Monday 2 July
Time Title Speaker
09:00 Welcome
09:15 Extrasolar planets: Change of Paradigm during the 20th Century Invited speaker: Michel Mayor
09:55 First Light Results from the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) George Ricker
10:15 A new estimate of the frequency of giant planets around metal-poor stars with HARPS-N Domenico Barbato
10:35 The HADES RV Programme with HARPS-N@TNG - occurrence rate and global detectability of the survey Matteo Pinamonti
10:55 Coffee break
11:25 Hunt for additional planet companions: Revisiting bona-fide single RV planet systems. Trifon Trifonov
11:45 EXPRES Precision and First Light Results Lily Zhao
12:05 On the Feasibility of Intense Radial Velocity Surveys for Earth-Twin Discoveries Richard Hall
12:25 The SPECULOOS transit survey: hunting for red worlds Laetitia Delrez
12:45 Unmasking hidden planets and false positives: the curious case of NGTS-3Ab Maximilian Günther
13:05 Lunch
14:00 Planet Detection Invited speaker: Josh Winn
14:30 A Spectroscopic and Variability Census of All Mid-to-Late M-dwarfs within 15 Parsecs David Charbonneau
14:50 Over 100 Validated and Candidate Planets Orbiting Bright Stars in K2 Campaigns 0-10 Andrew Mayo
15:10 Shallow Transits - Deep Learning: using deep learning to detect habitable planets Shay Zucker
15:30 Debris disks, exoplanets, and dynamical upheavals explored with HST/STIS Paul Kalas
15:50 Coffee break
16:20 The SHINE Exoplanet Survey Anthony Cheetham
16:40 Characterizing Giant Planets with the Gemini Planet Imager Exoplanet Survey Jason Wang
17:00 Molecule mapping of hot young gas giants Jens Hoeijmakers
17:20 Binaries Escorted By Orbiting Planets David Martin
17:40 Occurrence of giant planets around stars with dusty debris disks Tiffany Meshkat
18:00 Group photo, Posters and Welcome Cocktail
Tuesday 3 July
Time Title Speaker
09:00 Planet Formation in the Presence of Disk Gas Invited speaker: Ruth Murray-Clay
09:30 From discs to planets: chemical constraints on planet formation Richard Booth
09:50 Multiplanet Systems as Laboratories for Planet Formation Lauren Weiss
10:10 Signatures of Planet Migration in Cluster Chemistry John M. Brewer
10:30 What asteroseismology can do for exoplanets: the formation and evolution of small planets Vincent Van Eylen
10:50 Coffee break
11:20 Short communications
11:40 Jupiter Analogues Orbit Stars with an Average Metallicity Close to that of the Sun Lars A. Buchhave
12:00 Changes in the metallicity of gas giant planets due to pebble accretion Jack Humphries
12:20 A unitary model for the formation of terrestrial planets and (rocky) close-in super-Earths Alessandro Morbidelli
12:40 Atmospheric accretion, evolution and loss: creating the observed valley in the super-Earth radius distribution without photo-evaporation Hilke Schlichting
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Gradual desiccation of rocky protoplanets from aluminum-26-heating Tim Lichtenberg
14:20 Unveiling the youngest exoplanet population Giovanni Rosotti
14:40 Hunting for accreting young gas giant planets Gabriele Cugno
15:00 Revisiting the Radius Gap in the Era of GAIA Benjamin Fulton
15:20 Evidence of an Upper Bound on the Masses of Planets and Its Implications for Giant Planet Formation Kevin Schlaufman
15:40 Giant planet formation around A-type stars Olja Panic
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 Planet Structure Invited speaker: Isabelle Baraffe
17:00 New models of Jupiter and giant planet interiors in the context of Juno Florian Debras
17:20 The Radius Anomaly of Hot Jupiters: Linking Observations and Theory Paula Sarkis
17:40 The Characterising Exoplanets Satellite David Ehrenreich
18:00 Posters and drinks
Wednesday 4 July
Time Title Speaker
09:00 Orbit Dynamics — Resonant Chains and External Companions Invited speaker: Dan Fabrycky
09:30 TRAPPIST-1: the sonata and its dominant seventh Brice-Olivier Demory
09:50 The ‘Reloaded RM’: spatially-resolving stellar spectrums, determining 3D spin-orbit geometries, and characterising planetary atmospheres Heather Cegla
10:10 Mass bias in TTV systems Hanno Rein
10:30 Survival of habitable planets in unstable planetary systems Melvyn Davies
10:50 Coffee break
11:20 Planetary Linguistics David Kipping
11:40 Tidal sculpting in the hot-Jupiter mass-separation diagram Andrew Collier Cameron
12:00 Predicting Instability Timescales in Closely-Packed Planetary Systems Daniel Tamayo
12:20 Planet Atmosphere Invited speaker: Nikku Madhusudan
12:50 The CHEWIE survey of exoplanet transmission spectra Monika Lendl
13:10 Probing the Three Dimensional Nature of Exoplanetary Atmospheres Through Eclipse Mapping Brian Kilpatrick
13:30 Lunch
14:30 Social programme: Visit to Lord's Bridge (Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory)
15:00 Social programme: Walking tour of the Cambridge Colleges
19:00 Pre-dinner drinks at Trinity College
19:45 Dinner at Trinity College
Thursday 5 July
Time Title Speaker
09:00 Atmospheric retrieval of exo-atmospheres using machine learning Kevin Heng
09:20 Detection of Na I & A Cloudy Atmosphere at the Limb of the Inflated Hot Jupiter WASP-52b Munazza Alam
09:40 Understanding the sub-class of ultra hot exoplanets: the MMT Exoplanet Atmosphere SURvEy (MEASURE) Jayne Birkby
10:00 Photometric follow-up of the TRAPPIST-1 system Michael Gillon
10:20 Ensemble Atmospheric Properties of Small and Temperate Exoplanets around M/K Dwarfs Xueying Guo
10:40 A New Wavelength Window into Escaping Exoplanet Atmospheres Antonija Oklopcic
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 The Atmospheres of Two Super-Puffs: Transmission Spectra of Kepler 51b and Kepler 51d Jessica Roberts
11:50 The Fault in our Stars: Towards Constraining Stellar Contamination in Exoplanet Transmission Spectra Benjamin Rackham
12:10 The Transiting Exoplanet Community Early Release Science Program for JWST Jacob Brean
12:30 Resolved helium absorption signature from the extended atmosphere of the warm Neptune HAT-P-11b Romain Allart
12:50 Cloud Formation on Hot Jupiters and Brown Dwarfs Xi Zhang
13:10 Lunch
14:00 A Thick Atmosphere on Super-Earth 55 Cancri e Renyu Hu
14:20 Detection of TiO in a Hot Jupiter Atmosphere Ryan MacDonald
14:40 The atmospheric metallicities of gas giant exoplanets Jean-Michel Desert
15:00 Cloud Atlas of Directly-Imaged Exoplanets and Planetary Mass Companions Yifan Zhou
15:20 The escape of exoplanet atmospheres and its imprints on the planet population James Owen
15:40 Thermal Emission Spectra of Ultra Hot Jupiters Megan Mansfield
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 The Intricacies of Using Color-Color Diagrams to Classify Directly Imaged Planets Natasha Batalha
16:50 Super-Earth and mini-Neptune laboratory haze analogues and their effects on exoplanetary atmospheric modeling Sarah E. Moran
17:10 Exo-Nephology: 3D simulations of cloudy hot-Jupiter atmospheres with the Met Office 'Unified Model' Stefan Lines
17:30 Toward 3D photochemical modeling of exoplanet atmospheres Shang-Min Tsai
18:00 Posters and drinks
Friday 6 July
Time Title Speaker
09:00 The First Mid-Infrared Direct Imaging Observations of Exoplanets Using JWST Sasha Hinkley
09:20 Investigating the Relationship Between Planetary Mass and Atmospheric Metallicity Using Spitzer Secondary Eclipses for Five New Planets Nicole Wallack
09:40 A First Detailed Spectroscopic View into the Atmospheric Composition of a Sub-Neptune Exoplanet Björn Benneke
10:00 Water abundances and cloud properties in ten hot giant exoplanets and implications for their formation conditions Arazi Pinhas
10:20 Optimizing observations of molecular oxygen in earth analogs Mercedes Lopez-Morales
10:40 Test spectra grid and observables of spectra of Earth-like planets through geological times around different host stars Lisa Kaltenegger
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Decrease in hysteresis of planetary climate for planets with long solar days Dorian S. Abbot
11:50 Abiogenesis Zones around Active M-Dwarfs Paul B Rimmer
12:10 Disequilibrium biosignatures in exoplanet atmospheres and their detectability with the James Webb Space Telescope Joshua Krissansen-Totton
12:30 The MUSCLES Program: Stellar Drivers for Atmospheric Chemistry and Stability around M dwarfs Kevin France
12:50 The HOSTS Survey: Direct Measurement of Exozodiacal Dust Levels in the Habitable Zones of Nearby Stars Karl Stapelfeldt
13:10 Big Bang to Biosignatures: The LUVOIR Decadal Mission Concept Debra Fischer