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Piecing Together the Complete Puzzle of Planet Populations

November 9-12, 2020

Poster Presentations for the Virtual Online Meeting

Hosted by the NASA Exoplanet Science Institute, IPAC/Caltech

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Poster Title Presenter
Demographics of giant exoplanets from the CORALIE survey Domenico Barbato (University of Geneva)
Observational Predictions for the Early Stages of Planet Formation Diana Blanco (California State University, Northridge/University of California, Santa Cruz)
The Role of Gas Disk Gravitational Instability Models in Exoplanet Population Synthesis Models Alan Boss (Earth & Planets Laboratory, Carnegie Institution)
The Computational Challenge of Planetary Microlensing in a New Perspective Valerio Bozza (Università di Salerno)
Instrument Challenges to Accurate Spectrometery James Breckinridge (U of A Optical Science Center and Caltech)
Host-star Metallicity of Directly Imaged Planets Swastik Chowbay (Indian Institute of Astrophysics)
What Types of Rocky Worlds Will TESS Likely Discover? Jake Clark (University of Southern Queensland)
Optimization of the MISHAPS Data Pipeline Alison Crisp (Louisiana State University)
Testing Brown Dwarf Cooling Models with a New Substellar Dynamical Mass Kyle Franson (The University of Texas at Austin)
ARMADA: A Unique Hunt for Exoplanets and Low-mass Companions to Hot Stars Tyler Gardner (University of Michigan)
The Unexpectedly Divergent Fates of Hot Jupiters and Ultra-short-period Planets Jacob Hamer (Johns Hopkins University)
Photoevaporation of Water Dominated Exoplanet Atmospheres Laura Harbach (Imperial College London)
A Survey of the Coldest Planets Around Low-mass Stars Mallory Harris (University of New Mexico)
Imaging the Interaction between Planets and Young Disks with the ngVLA Sarah Harter (California State University, Northridge)
Determining the Mutual Inclinations of Exoplanets Kate Hendrickson (Brigham Young University)
Lonely No More? A Uniform Search for Nearby Planetary Companions to Hot Jupiters Using TESS Data Ben Hord (University of Maryland, College Park)
Intelligent Classifier of Patterns for Celestial Bodies Using a Two-dimensional Approach Raul Jimenez Cruz (Centro de Investigación en Computación)
Differential Abundances of a Planet-hosting Star and its Wide Binary Companion to Explore Planet Formation Emiliano Jofré (Instituto de Astronomía - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
The Occurrence Rate of Short-Period Planets around A-Type Stars from TESS Marshall Johnson (Las Cumbres Observatory)
PhoDyMM: The PhotoDynamical Multi-planet Model Daniel Jones (Brigham Young University)
Atmospheric Speciation of Rocky Planets from Magma Ocean Outgassing Tim Lichtenberg (University of Oxford)
An Increase in Small Planet Occurrence with Metallicity for Late-type Dwarf Stars in the Kepler Field and Its Implications for Planet Formation Cicero Lu (Johns Hopkins University)
Triaxial Asteroids as Reservoirs for Planetary Debris Around White Dwarfs Catriona MacDonald (University of Warwick)
Study of Cosmological Bias Of Galaxies in Quasi Linear Regime Sujata Mohanty (CMR University, Bangalore)
Transit and Comparison Star Effects on Resulting Light Curves for TOI 1780.01 Sujay Nair
Using Machine Learning to Remove Noise from Stellar Spots in Exoplanetary Data Artash Nath
Radial Velocity Survey of Giant Planets Around the 304 Nearest K Dwarfs Leonardo Paredes (Georgia State University)
Planetary Occurrence Rates Around Early-M Dwarfs with HADES Matteo Pinamonti (INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Torino)
A Planetary Sysytem Discovered Around a Nearby Young Star Peter Plavchan (George Mason University)
Spiral Arm Motion Informs the Existence of Hidden Planet(s): A Case Study for MWC 758 Bin Ren (California Institute of Technology)
Searching for Long-period, Transiting Exoplanets with Planet Hunters Emily Safron (Louisiana State University)
First Radial Velocity Mass Determination of a Circumbinary Planet Matthew Standing (University of Birmingham)
Standing on an Asteroid: Exploring Virtual Reality for Outreach and Education Elizabeth Tasker (ISAS, JAXA)
"Earth-Like": A Browser-based Climate Model for Exploring the Diversity of Earth-like Planets Elizabeth Tasker (ISAS, JAXA)
"Earth-Like": Filling in the Gaps: Inputing the Missing Properties of Exoplanets with Machine Learning Elizabeth Tasker (ISAS, JAXA)
The Major Features of the Distribution of Exoplanets of Sun-like Stars, Highlighted by the Peak-Gap-Peak Feature Stuart Taylor (Participation Worldscope)
The Epoch of Giant Planet Migration: A Near-Infrared RV Survey for Giant Planets Around Young Sun-like Stars Quang Tran (University of Texas at Austin)
Looking for Hot Jupiters orbiting M dwarfs in TESS: Where Are They? Emma Turtelboom (UC Berkeley)
Bayesian Model Comparison as a Tool to Determine the Number of Planets in Multi-body Systems Nicolas Unger (Observatoire de Genève)
The Demographics of Exo-minor Planets Dimitri Veras (University of Warwick)
GJ 436b and the Stellar Wind Interaction: Simulations Constraints Using Spectral Lines Carolina Villarrea D'Angelo (Observatorio Astronómico de Córdoba)
The Mass Function and Multiplicity of Directly Imaged Planets Kevin Wagner (University of Arizona)
Evidence for a High Mutual Inclination Between the Cold Jupiter and Transiting Super Earth Orbiting π Men Jerry Xuan (University of Cambridge, Caltech)
Long-period Giant Planet Outside the Compact Multi-planet System Kepler-129 Jingwen Zhang (University of Hawaii at Manoa, Institute for Astronomy)
COCONUTS: COol Companions ON Ultrawide orbiTS Zhoujian "ZJ" Zhang (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)

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