Extreme Solar Systems IV - August 2019 - Iceland

The full program from this conference is available here


Monday, August 19th, 2019

David Charbonneau (Harvard) – Three Red Suns in the Sky of the Nearest Exoplanet Transiting an M Dwarf
Anne-Marie Lagrange (Grenoble) – Evidence for an Additional Planet in the Beta Pic System
Laura Kreidberg (Harvard) – Absence of a Thick Atmosphere on a Terrestrial Exoplanet
Calen Henderson (Caltech/IPAC-NExScI) – Recent Microlensing Results: Individual Systems and Demographic Frontiers
Michael Meyer (U Michigan) – Frequency of Massive Wide-orbit Planets vs. Stellar Mass: SPHERE SHINES on the ESO VLT
Brendan Bowler (UT Austin) – Population-Level Eccentricity Distributions of Imaged Exoplanets and Brown Dwarf Companions
Cecilia Lazzoni (INAF – Padova) – Two Giant Exomoons Around Two Low-mass Brown Dwarf Companions Detected with SPHERE
Kate Follette (Amherst) – Accreting Protoplanets from the 2013-2018 MagAO Giant Accreting Protoplanet Survey (GAPlanetS)
Valentin Christiaens (Monash) – PDS 70 b: Evidence for a Circumplanetary Disc Around the First Directly Imaged Protoplanet
Matt Holman (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA) – A Pan-STARRS and TESS Search for Distant Planets
Sasha Hinkley (Exeter) – Studying the Interior Structure of an Extremely Eccentric Hot Jupiter via Deep VLT Imaging
Xavier Dumusque (Geneva) – HARPS and HARPS-N Solar Telescopes: The Key to Extremely Precise Radial-velocity Measurements
Stefan Dreizler (U Goettingen) – Rocky Planets from the CARMENES Survey
Mario Damasso (INAF – Torino) – A Low-mass Planet Candidate Orbiting Proxima Centauri at a Distance of 1.5 AU
Caroline Piaulet (Montreal) – New Insights into the Keystone WASP-107 System
Sarah Blunt (Caltech) – Radial Velocity Discovery of an Eccentric Jovian World Orbiting at 18 AU
Adina Feinstein (U Chicago) – Expectations vs. Reality: The Exoplanet Yield in the TESS Full-Frame Images
Peter Plavchan (George Mason U) – Newly Formed Planets within the Debris Disk of a Pre-main-sequence Star
Andrew Vanderburg (UT Austin) – New Discoveries and Progress Towards Planet Occurrence Rates in Kepler, K2, and TESS
Diana Dragomir (U New Mexico) – The HD 21749 System: A Temperate Sub-Neptune, an Earth-sized planet, and Who Knows What Else
Antonija Oklopcic (Harvard) – Detecting Magnetic Fields in Exoplanets with Spectropolarimetry in the Helium Line at 1083 nm
James Jenkins (U Chile) – TESS Discovery of the First Ultra Hot Neptune, LTT9779b

Tuesday, August 20th, 2019

Dong Lai (Cornell) – Low-Eccentricity Formation of Ultra-Short Period Planets in Multi-Planet Systems
Rosemary Mardling (Monash) – Relaxation of Resonant Two-planet Systems and their TTVs
Smadar Naoz (UCLA) – Signatures of Hidden Friends to Multiplanet Systems
Kassandra Anderson (Cornell) – In-Situ Excitation of Warm Jupiter Eccentricities: Implications for Dynamical Histories & Migration
Renata Frelikh (UC Santa Cruz) – Signatures of a Planet – Planet Impacts Phase in Exoplanetary Systems Hosting Giant Planets
Jacques Laskar (Obs Paris) – AMD-stability of Planetary Systems
Ray Jayawardhana (Cornell) – Remote Sensing of Extreme Worlds: High-Resolution Spectroscopy of Exoplanet Atmospheres
Joseph Callingham (ASTRON) – Stellar Systems at Low Radio Frequencies: The Discovery of Radio Exoplanets
Josh Winn (Princeton) – Observations of Tidal Orbital Decay of Hot Jupiters
Taylor Bell (McGill) – Mass Loss from the Exoplanet WASP-12b Inferred from Spitzer Phase Curves
Sarah Millholland (Yale) – Tidally-Induced Radius Inflation of Sub-Neptunes
Ben Montet (U Chicago) – The Life Expectancy of Hot Jupiters
Carole Haswell (Open U) – Key Planets for Exogeology in the 2020s: Discoveries from the Dispersed Matter Planet Project
Simon Albrecht (Aarhus U) – New Developments on the Obliqueness of Exoplanet Systems
Marshall Johnson (Ohio State) – The Spin-Orbit Misalignment Distributions of Hot Jupiters
Cristobal Petrovich (CITA) – Tilting Short-period Planetary Systems in Photo-evaporating Disks
Shweta Dalal (IAP) – Nearly Polar Orbit of the Sub-Neptune HD3167 c: Constraints on a Multi-planet System Dynamical History
Gudmundur Stefansson (Penn State) – Precision R-M Observations of M-Dwarf Planets in the Near-Infrared with the Habitable-zone Planet Finder
Marta Bryan (UC Berkeley) – First Constraints on the 3D Angular Momentum Architecture of a Planetary System
Trevor David (JPL/Flatiron) – A Family of Newborn Planets Transiting a Young Solar Analog at 20-30 Myr
Sophie Anderson (MIT) – Higher Compact Multiple Occurrence Around Metal-Poor M-Dwarfs
Dan Fabrycky (U Chicago) – Unlocking the Interpretation of Transiting Multiplanet Systems using High Impact Parameters
Emily Sandford (Columbia) – Linguistic Modeling of Kepler’s Exoplanets
Joseph Rodriguez (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA) – Compact Multi-Planet Systems With Planets That are “Way Out of Line”

Wednesday, August 21st, 2019

Catherine Olkin (SwRI) – Results from the New Horizons Encounter with 2014 MU69 and What They Tell us about Planetary Formation
Mickey Rosenthal (UC Santa Cruz) – Why Super-Earths are of a Similar Size: Observational Signatures of a Limiting Pebble Accretion Mass Scale
Eve Lee (McGill U) – The Boundary between Gas-rich and Gas-poor Planets
Jennifer Scora (Toronto) – Forming Rocky Super-Earths with Realistic Collisions
John Biersteker (MIT) – Atmospheric Mass Loss due to Giant Impacts: The Importance of the Thermal Component for Hydrogen – Helium Envelopes
Caroline Dorn (Zurich) – The Diversity of Super-Earths and a New Super-Earth-class Formed from High-temperature Condensates [Presented by Apurva Oza]

Thursday, August 22nd, 2019

Laura Mayorga (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA) – The Galilean Satellites Observed by Cassini: A Testbed for Icy Terrestrial Exoplanets
Ruth Murray-Clay (UC Santa Cruz) – Prospects for Using H-alpha Transits to Probe Escaping Atmospheres
Björn Benneke (Montreal) – A Sub-Neptune Exoplanet with a Low-Metallicity Methane-Depleted Atmosphere and Mie-Scattering
Maggie Thompson (UC Santa Cruz) – Meteorite Outgassing Experiments to Inform Chemical Abundances of Super-Earth Atmospheres
Wilson Cauley (UC Boulder) – Magnetic Fields of Hot Jupiters Calculated from Star-planet Interactions
Leslie Rogers (U Chicago) – Helium-enhanced Planets at the Edge of the Radius Gap
Benjamin Fulton (Caltech/IPAC) – Frequency of Gaseous Planets Beyond the Ice Line
Dave Latham (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA) – Masses and Radii of Exoplanets from Kepler, K2, and TESS
Didier Queloz (Cambridge) – On the Hunt for Trappist-1 Siblings
Malena Rice (Yale) – ‘Oumuamua and DSHARP Point to 10^11 Hidden Planets
Lauren Weiss (Hawaii) – Peas in a Pod: Planets in Kepler’s Multiplanet Systems are Similar in Size and Regularly Spaced
Wei Zhu (CITA) – Planets Do Not Show Intra-system Uniformity
Yanqin Wu (Toronto) – Kepler Planets: A Uniform Population
Ian Czekala (UC Berkeley) – The Mutual Inclinations of the Proto-Tatooine Disks
Bill Welsh (San Diego State) – Circumbinary Planets at the K/T (Kepler-TESS) Boundary
Christopher Manser (Warwick) – A Planetesimal Orbiting within the Debris Disc around a White Dwarf
Matthias Schreiber (U Valparaiso) – Gas Giant Planets Evaporated by Hot White Dwarfs
Amy Steele (U Maryland) – The Abundances of Metals in Circumstellar Gas around Polluted White Dwarfs
Vincent Bourrier (U Geneva) – The Most Extreme Case of Atmospheric Escape Detected on the Warm Neptune GJ 3470b with HST
Ian Crossfield (MIT) – Infrared Eclipses and Transits of the Best TESS Planets
Katelyn Allers (Bucknell U) – A Novel Method for Measuring Wind Speeds on Exoplanets and Brown Dwarfs
Enric Palle (Canarias) – Exoplanet Atmospheres at High Spectral Resolution with CARMENES
Nikole Lewis (Cornell) – Unlocking the Hidden Secrets of Hot Jupiter Atmospheres through Near-Ultraviolet Spectroscopy: A Case Study of HAT-P-41b
Caroline Morley (UT Austin) – New Theoretical Models for Cloudy Substellar Atmospheres
Mathias Nowak (Obs. Paris) – Peering into the Formation History of Beta Pic b with Long-baseline Interferometry

Friday, August 23rd, 2019

Phil Muirhead (Boston U) – Are Exoplanets Orbiting M Dwarfs Extreme?
Amber Medina (Harvard) – Flare Statistics and High Resolution Spectroscopy of a Volume Complete Sample of Mid-to-Late M dwarfs within 15 Parsecs
Matthew Hoskin (Warwick) – Volatile- and Water-rich Planetary Material Accreting onto a White Dwarf
Howard Chen (Northwestern) – M-dwarf Activity Driven 3D Climate and Photochemistry of Inner Habitable Zone Tidally-Locked Planets