Splinter Meeting Exoplanets

Exoplanets

Time: Wednesday September 20, 14:00-16:30 and 17:00-19:00

Room: HS1

Organizers: Sandra Jeffers (Göttingen), Alexander Krivov (Jena), Heike Rauer (Berlin), Ansgar Reiners (Göttingen)

Exoplanet discovery and characterization are among the main science drivers in astrophysics. New instruments and mission like CARMENES, CRIRES+, TESS, CHEOPS, and PLATO guarantee tremendous amounts of fresh data for the years to come, and theory is making fast progress explaining the existence and formation and evolution of planets. At the same time, several coordinated programs in the field of exoplanets and the formation of planetary systems are successfully developing in Germany. We want to bring together the exoplanet community and introduce coordinated efforts, and existing and upcoming programs for the next years.

The program will comprise four invited talks and a number of contributed talks. Please submit your abstract through the main abstract submission webpage. The deadline is 20 August 2017.

Program

14:00  Welcome and introduction

14:05  Invited talk: Exoplanets SPP

14:40  Invited talk: Planetary interiors FOR

15:00  Contributed talk

15:20  Contributed talk

15:40  Contributed talk

16:00  Contributed talk

16:20  Discussion

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break & Poster Session (Foyer Physics)

17:00  Invited talk: Carmenes FOR

17:20  Alexander Krivov:
Debris Disks in Planetary Systems

17:40  Contributed talk

18:00  Contributed talk

18:20  Contributed talk

18:40  Contributed talk

Related contributions *)

PresentationTitleType PDF
Ammler-von_EiffUsing ThNe calibration lamps for the radial velocity methodPoster PDF
BoothALMA Observations of Planetary SystemsTalk PDF
FischerElectromagnetic star-planet-interaction at TRAPPIST-1Talk PDF
FreudenthalPhotodynamical Modelling: An Update on Kepler-9Talk PDF
HellerDetectability of Moons Around Extrasolar PlanetsTalk PDF
HundertmarkThe ROME/REA Microlensing Key Project - a window to planets beyond the snowlineTalk PDF
KirchschlagerConstraints on the structure of hot exozodiacal dust belts and their observability in the MIRTalk PDF
KohlA search for bow shocks around hot gaseous planetsTalk PDF
KrivovDebris Disks in Planetary SystemsTalk PDF
KuiperHydrodynamics and Thermodynamics of super-Earth Planets' First AtmospheresTalk PDF
LisogorskyiMeasuring the radial velocity of Alpha CentauriPoster PDF
MallonnThe optical slope in exoplanet spectra and a host star variability surveyTalk PDF
OshaghDetecting the variation of measured spin-orbit angles of exoplanet due to the stellar activityTalk PDF
PawellekIndicators for planets in debris disc systemsTalk PDF
SabottaLooking for Planets around A type stars - did we miss 166 of them in the Kepler field?Poster PDF
SchweitzerMasses and radii of the CARMENES target starsPoster PDF
SmithAn Earth-sized planet transiting an M-dwarf in a 4.3-hour orbitTalk PDF
StockTowards Consistent Stellar Parameters for Giant StarsPoster PDF

*) submitted abstracts, acceptance pending.