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Brown Dwarf-Exoplanet Connection - October 2019 - Univerisy of Delaware

The full program from this conference is available here

Monday, October 21st, 2019

Davy Kirkpatrick (Caltech/IPAC), The Mass Function of Brown Dwarfs using Discoveries from WISE, CatWISE, and Backyard Worlds
Genaro Suárez (U. Western Obtario), Initial Mass Function of 25 Orionis down to the Planetary-Mass Domain
Frédérique Baron (U. Montreal), Contraining the distribution of giant planets on wide orbits from a compilation of direct imaging surveys
Sally Dodson-Robinson (), Giant PLanet Formation
Daniella Bardalez Gagliuffi (AMNH), Identifying observational signatures of formation pathways
Etienne Artigua (), Why do nearby stars preferentially have late-T companions?
Janani Balasubramanian (BDNYC), Art and Astrophysics
Tri Astraatmadja (), The Cernegie astronometric Planet Search (CAPS)
Blake Pantoja (U. Chile), SAFARI: Bridging the Gap between Radial Velocities and Direct Imaging
Rose Gibson (), First Light with the Palomar Radial Velocity Instrument
Rocio Kiman ( ), Age Dating M-dwarfs
Mark Popinchalk (CUNY/AMNH), Rotation Rates of Low Mass Stars in K2
Jackie Faherty (AMNH), Backyard Worlds, a Citizen Science Project
Federico Marocco (JPL), Searching for the coldest consistuents of the solar neighborhood with CatWISE
Brittany Miles (UCSC), Non-Equilibrium CO Chemistry in the Coldest Brown Dwarfs
Brianna Lacy (Princeton), Prospects for Directly Imaging Self-Luminors PLanets in the Optical
John Gizis (), What LSST will do for the brown dwarf community, and what you can do for LSST

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

Ben Burningham (), Retrievals of Cloudy Atmospheres
Adam Showman (U. Arizona), Atmospheric Circulation of Brown Dwarfs and Directly Imaged Giant Planets
Mark Phillips (U. Exeter), A New Set of Atmosphere and Evolution Models for Brown Dwarfs and Giant Exoplanets
Pascal Tremblin (), Thermo-compositional diabatic convection in the atmospheres of brown dwarfs
Eileen Gonzales (BDNYC), Retrieval of the d/sdL7+T7.5p binary 2MASS J1416+1348AB
Ryan MacDonald (Cornell), A Metal-Rich Atmosphere for the Exo-Neptune HAT-P-26b
Jayesh Goyal (Cornell), Library of Self-Consistent Sumulated Exoplanet Atmospheres
Michael Cushing (U. Toledo), A Spitzer Space Telescope Exploration Science Program to Search for Y Dwarf Variability
Katelyn Allers (), Measuring Wind Speeds on Exoplanets and Brown Dwarfs
Ben Lew (U. Arizona), Rotational Modulations of a rare planetary-mass object at the end of the L/T transition
Kevin Stevenson (JHUAPL), Hot Jupiter Observations with JWST
Josh Lothringer (JHU), Highly Irradiated Brown Dwarfs as High-Mass Ultra-hot Jupiters
Elena Manjavacas (Keck Obs.), Cloud Atlas spectral Library: Brown Dwarfs, Substellar Companions, and Hot Jupiters
Raquel Martinze (UT Austin), Searching for Wide Companions and Identifying Circum(sub)steallar Disks through PSF fitting of Spitzer/IRAC Archival Data
Kevin Schlaufman (JHU), Evidence of an Upper Bound on the Masses of Planets and its implications for Giant Planet and Brown Dwarf formation