Peter Wheatley (University of Warwick, UK), Eamonn Kerins (University of Manchester, UK), Coel Hellier (University of Keele, UK)
The field of exoplanets continues to grow rapidly, with wide interest in the UK and German communities. Results from current instruments such as CoRoT, Kepler and WASP are driving the field at a dizzying pace, leading to frequent high-profile press coverage and strong public interest. There is also strong UK and German involvement in the development of new instrumentation, for instance PLATO, ECHO, SPHERE and NGTS.
The exoplanet session aims to cover all aspects of exoplanet research, both observational and theoretical. Contributions are encouraged from senior and junior researchers, and are expected to include all methods of exoplanet discovery and characterisation, as well as models of planet formation and evolution. The organisers would also welcome contributions on the habitability of exoplanetary systems and astrobiology.
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Poster Session B
Thursday 29th 10:00-11:15
Thursday 29th 11:45-13:00
Friday 30th 10:00-11:15
Friday 30th 11:45-13:00
Friday 30th 14:15-15:30