Program - List of posters

List of posters
1 Michalina ADAMCZYK (Toruń Centre for Astronomy)
Brown dwarf search in Penn State-Torun centre for astronomy planet search - the JOTA project
2 Yann ALIBERT (Physikalisches Institut - University of Bern)
On the non-habitability of water rich planets
3 Nicole ALLARD (GEPI, Obervatoire de Paris)
New line profiles of potassium perturbed by molecular hydrogen for very cool brown dwarfs
4 Henri BOFFIN (European Southen Observatory)
Regaining the FORS: optical ground-based transmission spectroscopy of the exoplanet WASP-19b with VLT+FORS2
5 Henri BOFFIN (European Southen Observatory)
The closest known flyby of a star to the Solar System
6 Henri BOFFIN (European Southen Observatory)
Temperature constraints on the coldest brown dwarf known
7 Isabelle BOISSE (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille)
Obliquities measured with SOPHIE
8 Giovanni BRUNO (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille)
Disentangling planetary and starspots features
9 Ilaria CARLEO (Astronomical Observatory of Padua)
Searching for extrasolar planets around cool stars with GIANO
10 Priyanka CHATURVEDI (Physical Research Laboratory - Ahmedabad)
Study of low mass stars in eclipsing binary systems by PARAS
11 Lester DAVID (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris)
Beta Pictoris transit with PICSAT
12 Jadzia DONATOWICZ (Technical University of Vienna)
'alOha' - A dynamically organized PLANET data plotting environment
13 Néstor ESPINOZA (Instituto de Astrofísica, Pontif. Univ. Católica de Chile - Santiago)
The impact of our limb-darkening assumptions on the retrieval of transit parameters
14 Taran ESPLIN (Penn State University)
Searching for brown dwarfs in Chamaeleon I
15 Octavio Miguel GUILERA (Instituto de Astrofísica, Universidad Nacional de La Plata)
Giant planet formation via pebble accretion
16 Guillaume HEBRARD (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)
Detecting the spin-orbit misalignment of the super-Earth 55 Cnc e
17 Guillaume HEBRARD (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)
HARPS-N and SOPHIE joint follow-up of Kepler planetary candidates
18 Nicolas IRO (University of Hamburg)
VIPER: toward a universal model for planetary climate
19 Yui KAWASHIMA (The University of Tokyo)
Transmission spectrum models of exoplanet atmospheres with haze: Effects of growth and settling of haze particles
20 Flavien KIEFER (University of Tel-Aviv)
Revisiting APOGEE's database with TODCOR: search for contact binaries and compact objects
21 Jacques LASKAR (IMCCE, Observatoire de Paris)
Toward a rigorous framework for radial velocities computations.
22 Man Cheung Alex LI (The University of Auckland)
Unusual Light Curves with Short-Period Brightness Variations in the MOA Database
23 Jorge LILLO-BOX (Astrobiology Center, INTA-CSIC)
Close-in brown dwarfs and massive planets
24 Kento MASUDA (Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo)
Mass, radius, and orbital architecture of hot neptunes from radial velocities and transit variations
25 Federico MOGAVERO (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)
Mass measurement through gravitational microlensing: non-inertial observers. Application to exoplanets and brown dwarfs.
26 Paul MOLLIÈRE (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy - Heidelberg)
The C/O ratio's impact on hot and less hot Jupiter's spectra – A hint on the formation mode?
27 Mauricio ORTIZ (Landessternwarte, ZAH - Heidelberg)
Close-in planets around evolved stars: the peculiar case of Kepler-432b
28 Stefanie RAETZ (ESTEC, European Space Agency - Noordwijk)
Investigating stellar activity by observations of planetary transits
29 Sophia SULIS (Laboratoire Lagrange, Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur)
How reliable is an extrasolar planet detection claim when stellar noise is unknown ? An efficient approach with statistical control of the detection significance.
30 Yuki TANAKA (Nagoya University)
Atmospheric escape by magnetically driven wind from gaseous planets and atmospheric structures
31 Julia VENTURINI (University of Bern)
Water condensation during formation: the impact on the critical core mass
32 Paul WILSON (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)
The SOPHIE search for northern extrasolar planets: Exploring the planet-brown dwarf boundry
33 Atsunori YONEHARA (Kyoto Sangyo University)
Follow-up observation of microlensing at Kohyama Astronomical Observatory
34 Olga ZAKHOZHAY (Main Astronomical Observatory, Kiev)
New approach to identify planetary or brown dwarf companion in a circumstellar disk based on spectral energy distribution profile of the system
35 Olga ZAKHOZHAY (Main Astronomical Observatory, Kiev)
SED simulation results of a possible ring around the young brown dwarf G196-3B
36 Zenghua ZHANG (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias)
Identification of the nature of metal-poor low-mass subdwarfs
37 Nikolay NIKOLOV (Astrophysics Group, University of Exeter)
Radial Velocity Eclipse Mapping of Exoplanets

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