Know Thy Star - Know Thy Planet

Assessing the Impact of Stellar Characterization on Our Understanding of Exoplanets

October 9-12, 2017 — Hilton Pasadena, Pasadena, CA

Poster Presentations

Posters can be put up starting at 7:30 am on Monday, Oct. 9 in the Pasadena room at the Hilton (adjacent to the meeting room, the California Ballroom). Posters should be no larger than 122 cm tall x 111 cm wide.

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Brett Addison (Mississippi State University): Starchive: The Open Access, Open Source Stellar Database
Ellyn Baines (Naval Research Laboratory): Characterizing the Imaged Planet Host GJ 504 Using the CHARA Array
Christoph Baranec (University of Hawaii): Characterization of All Stellar Blends with Robotic Laser Adaptive Optics
Bastien Brugger (LAM): A Model to explore the Diversity of Exoplanets Interiors
Cam Buzard (Caltech): Navigating the Influence of Starspots on Exoplanet Direct Detection Method
Derek Buzasi (Florida Gulf Coast University): Rapid Characterization of Stellar Rotation and Activity
Dana Casetti (Southern Connecticut State University): NESSI in Wide-field Speckle Mode: Basic Astrometric and Photometric Properties
Wilson Cauley (Arizona State University): Optical Transmission Spectra and the Contrast Effect
Colin Orion Chandler (Northern Arizona University): The Habitable Zone Gallery 2.0: The Online Exoplanet System Visualization Suite
Ashley Chontos (University of Hawaii): Asteroseismology of Kepler Exoplanet Host Stars
Ian Czekala (Stanford University): Disentangling Stellar Spectra With Gaussian Processes: Data-Driven Models for Radial Velocity Analysis
Maria de Soria-Santacruz Pich (JPL/Caltech): Exoplanet Detection via Radio Frequency Emissions
Mark Everett (NOAO): A Speckle Survey of Late-type Dwarfs Near the North Ecliptic Pole
Seanna Fess (NASA Ames Research Center): Determining Planetary Host Stars from Calculated Mean Star Densities in Multi-planet Binary and Ternary Star Systems
Elise Furlan (Caltech/IPAC): The Kepler Follow-Up Observation Program
Mark Giampapa (National Solar Observatory): Rotation, Activity and Age of the Solar-Type Stars in M67
Erica Gonzales (University of California, Santa Cruz): Getting the Planet Radii Correct: High-Resolution Imaging of K2 Planetary Candidate Systems and the Effect of Stellar Companions on the Derived Planet Radii
Maximilian Guenther (University of Cambridge): Needle in a Haystack: Distinguishing pPlanets from False Positives with NGTS
Michael Gully-Santiago (Kepler/K2 GO Office): Modular Spectral Inference Framework Applied to Young Stars and Brown Dwarfs
Xueying Guo (Massachusetts Insitute of Technology): Ensemble Atmospheric Properties of Small Planets around M Dwarfs
Michelle Hill (University of Southern Queensland): Potential Habitable Zone Exomoon Candidates and Radial Velocity Estimates for Giant Kepler HZ Candidates
Trisha Hinners (Northrop Grumman): Atmospheric & Space Sciences Research at NG Next Basic Research
Ward Howard (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill): Stellar Activity for Every TESS Star in the Southern Sky
Steve Howell (NASA): Community Exoplanet Follow-up Program
Wei-Chun Jao (Georgia State University): The Magnetic Fields and Stellar Radii of Nearby M Dwarfs
Emiliano Jofré (Observatorio Astronómico de Córdoba): Gemini-GRACES High-resolution Spectroscopy of Kepler Evolved Stars with Transiting Planets
Max Kwon (NASA Ames Research Center): Development and Assembly of the 'Alopeke Speckle Instrument
Nicholas Law (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill): The Evryscope & TESS Targets
Chien-Hsiu Lee (Subaru Telescope,NAOJ): A Closer Look at the CVSO30 Exoplanet System
Kelsey Miller (University of Arizona): Linear Dark Field Control for Direct Exoplanet Imaging
Giuseppe Morello (University College London): High-precision Stellar Parameters from Multi-wavelength Exoplanetary Transits
Daniel Nusdeo (Georgia State University): K-KIDS: The Imaging Survey for Stellar Companions at Solar System Scales Around More than 1000 K Dwarfs
Leonardo Paredes (Georgia State University): K-KIDS: K Dwarfs and Their Companions. First Results from Radial Velocity Survey with CHIRON Spectrograph
Rahul Patel (Caltech/IPAC): Knowing Thy IR Star With WISE
Carina Persson (Chalmers University of Technology): Modelling Aspects of Exoplanetary Host Stars
Norbert Przybilla (University of Innsbruck): A non-LTE Characterization of the A-type Exoplanet Host Stars with Directly Imaged Planets
Tyler Richey-Yowell (Arizona State University): In Search of Stellar Music: Finding Pulsators for the TESS Mission
Pakakaew Rittipruk (Sejong University): Preliminary Result from Spectroscopic Study of Neighborhood Planetary Host e Eri
Joshua Schlieder (NASA GSFC): Simultaneous, Multi-wavelength Flare Observations of Nearby Low-mass Stars
Adam Schneider (Arizona State University): The UV Evolution of Mid-Type M Dwarfs with GALEX
Nicholas Scott (NASA Ames Research Center): Speckle Imaging Follow-up for Exoplanet Validation and Characterization
Nicholas Scott (NASA Ames Research Center): The Current State of Exozodis
Ryan Terrien (NIST/Carleton College): The HET-LRS2, A New Low-mass Stellar Characterization Machine
Gerard van Belle (Lowell Observatory): Direct Measures of Fundamental Stellar Properties
Gautam Vasisht (JPL/Caltech): Parvi: The Palomar Radial Velocity Instrument
Ji Wang (Caltech): Where and How to Find Habitable Terrestrial Planets
Michael Werner (Spitzer/JPL): Precision Spitzer Photometry of the Kepler FIeld
Jennifer Winters (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics): Red and Blue Velocities of Nearby Red Dwarfs
Jennifer Winters (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics): Speckles of Red: New Nearby M Dwarf Companions via DSSI
Jiwei Xie (Nanjing University): The Scientific Impact of LAMOST on Exoplanet Research
Inbok Yea (University of Delaware): Obtaining Better SED Models for Debris Disk Characterization
Samuel Yee (Caltech): Precision Stellar Characterization of FGKM Stars using an Empirical Spectral Library


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