2021 Sagan Exoplanet Summer Virtual Workshop


Posters listed below can be viewed by clicking on the title. Posters have the same numbers as they do in the two poster rooms that have been set up in Gather.

Protostars and Young Stars: Room 1 in the Gather space
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
1 Alexandre Araujo (Mackenzie Presbyterian University) Kepler-411 stellar activity: Flares and starspots
2 Mark Booth (Friedrich Schiller University Jena) The Age of the Carina Young Association and Potential Membership of HD 95086
3 Gabriele Cugno (ETH Zürich) Molecular mapping of the PDS70 system: No molecular absorption signatures from the forming planet PDS70b
4 Jennifer Greco (Uppsala University) Deriving Parameters of Ultracool Dwarfs Using High-Resolution Spectroscopy
5 Saumya Gupta (IISER Tirupati) Circumstellar disk properties in a feedback-driven cluster: A deep study of the Cygnus OB2 with Subaru HSC observations
6 Rena Lee (University of Hawaii at Manoa) Hidden Binaries in the Beta Pictoris Moving Group
7 María Paula Ronco (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) Lifetimes of disks in hierarchical triple-star systems: proving the mass and age of HD 98800 B
8 Christina Schoettler (The University of Sheffield) Stars that run away with their discs
9 Vito Squicciarini (Universitá di Padova / INAF) MADYS: a comprehensive look at young stellar populations
10 Apoorva Thanvantri (Presentation High School) PSF Photometry Shines Light on Star and Planet Birth in the Lagoon Nebula
11 Laura Venuti (NASA Ames Research Center) Multicolor Variability of Young Stars with Disks: Insights from Coordinated Space and Ground Data
12 Alexandr Volvach (Radio Astronomy of Crimean Astrophysical Observatory) Flares of water maser emission in a young binary system IRAS 16293-2422
13 Chikako Yasui (NAOJ) Possible Progression of Mass-flow Processes around Young Intermediate-mass Stars Based on High-resolution Near-infrared Spectroscopy. I. Taurus

Finding and Characterizing Young Planets: Room 1 in the Gather space
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
14 Hriday Agrawal (Society of Space Research and Development) Hunting of Habitable Zone and Its Importance
15 Matthew Battley (University of Warwick) The YOUNGSTER Program: Extending the search for young transiting exoplanets
16 Sandeep Battula (Aditya Institute of Technology and Management) Discovering Habitable Exo-Planets using Vernier based Optical Frequency Microcombs
17 Serena Benatti (INAF-Astronomical Observatory of Palermo) Constraining the low-density young planet DS Tucanae A b
18 Lauren Biddle (Lowell Observatory) Planet-Pulsed Accretion and Amplitude Modulation Of Short-timescale Hot Spot Variability
19 Aritra Chakrabarty (Indian Institute of Astrophysics) Probing the Atmospheres of the Gas Giants Using Reflection Photopolarimetry
20 Claudia Di Maio (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo/Universitá degli Studi di Palermo) Searching and characterizing young planets with the GAPS2 project
21 Adina Feinstein (University of Chicago) A transit of V1298 Tau c: H-alpha and Ca II Infrared Triplet Variations
22 Rachel Fernandes (The University of Arizona) Combining TESS and Kepler to Unearth the Frequency of Habitable Zone Earth-size Planets
23 Thiago Ferreira dos Santos (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina) Time-series analysis of near-IR variabilities on VVV M dwarf stars towards the Milky Way's bulge
24 Ehsan Gharib-Nezhad (NASA ARC) EXOPLINES: Molecular Absorption Cross-section Database for Brown Dwarf and Giant Exoplanet Atmospheres
25 Mark Giovinazzi (University of Pennsylvania) The HD 217107 Planetary System: Twenty Years of Radial Velocity Measurements
26 Sebastian Jorquera (Universidad de Chile) Search for young companions on the DSHARP protoplanetary disks
27 Eleni Evangelia Manthopoulou (University of Padova) Hunting for young exoplanets in stellar associations using TESS
28 William Misener (UCLA) Residual H/He atmospheres of super-Earths
29 Suchitra Narayanan (Institute for Astronomy at University of Hawai'i at Mānoa) SURPHIN' BANZAI: An Automated Relative Photometry Pipeline for the Las Cumbres Observatory
30 Evert Nasedkin (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy) Four of a Kind: HR8799
31 Mark Phillips (University of Exeter) A New Set of Atmosphere and Evolution Models for Cool Brown Dwarfs
32 Simon Ringqvist (Stockholm University) Strong H-alpha emission and signs of accretion in a circumbinary planetary mass companion from MUSE
33 Aniket Sanghi (The University of Texas at Austin) Reference Star Differential Imaging of the PDS70 System with HST/WFC3
34 Soumya Sengupta (Indian Institute of Asrophysics) Effects of thermal emission on Chandrasekhar's semi-infinite diffuse reflection problem
35 Manika Singla (Indian Institute of Astrophysics) Reflection and Transmission spectra of Terrestrial exoplanets around F, G, K and M spectral types of stars
36 Asa Stahl (Rice University) IGRINS RV: An Open-Source Python Pipeline for Precision Near-Infrared RVs
37 Taichi Uyama (Caltech/IPAC-NExScI) Keck/OSIRIS high-contrast search for Pa Beta emission from PDS 70bc
38 Sydney Vach (Harvard University) TOI-712: An adolescent, multi-planet system hosting three transiting mini-Neptunes
39 Kevin Wagner (University of Arizona) Breakthrough Watch/NEAR: Imaging low-mass planets in the habitable zones of alpha Centauri
40 Yapeng Zhang (Leiden Observatory) The 13CO-rich atmosphere of a young accreting super-Jupiter

Primordial Disks and Disk Structure: Room 2 in the Gather space
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
41 Kirsten Abernathy (Texas State University) An IRTF-iSHELL survey of 4.52-5.25 um CO spectra in protoplanetary disks of intermediate-mass stars: preliminary sample and analysis
42 Remo Burn (MPIA) An attempt at disk initial condition retrieval using a dust evolution and planetesimal formation model
43 Abigail Frost (KU Leuven) Tying the geometrical traits of massive young stellar objects and their discs to a potential evolutionary sequence
44 Haochang Jiang (Tsinghua University) Survival of ALMA Rings in the Absence of Pressure Maxima
45 Masanobu Kunitomo (Kurume University) Imprint of planet formation in the deep interior of the Sun
46 Masanobu Kunitomo (Kurume University) Dispersal of protoplanetary disks: Effects of photoevaporation with stellar evolution and MHD winds
47 Kellen Lawson (University of Oklahoma) Integral Field Spectropolarimetry of Planet-Forming Disks with SCExAO/CHARIS
48 Arnaud Michel (Queen's University) Bridging the gap between protoplanetary and debris disks
49 Teresa Paneque Carreño (ESO Leiden) Studying Elias 2-27, the first observational detection of a gravitationally unstable planet-forming disk
50 Jose Perez Chavez (Texas State University) Synergic analyses of Protoplanetary Disk spectra using SpExoDisks: A case study
51 Sahl Rowther (University of Warwick) Suppressing Gravitational Instabilities In Protoplanetary Discs
52 Anibal Sierra Morales (Universidad de Chile) Revealing Disk Substructures in multi-wavelength continuum emission
53 Sierk van Terwisga (MPIA) Survey of Orion A Disks with ALMA (SODA): Demographics of 872 protoplanetary disks
54 Marion Villenave (JPL) Probing protoplanetary disk evolution in the Chamaeleon II region

Debris Disks and Transitional Disks: Room 2 in the Gather space
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
55 Joshua Lovell (University of Cambridge) What lies beyond exo-Jupiters? Connecting discs and planets with q¹ Eridani
56 Sarah Betti (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) Mapping Icy Grains in the Transitional Disk AB Aur
57 Katie Crotts (University of Victoria) A Deep Polarimetric Study of the Asymmetrical Debris Disk HD 106906
58 Justin Hom (Arizona State University) A Uniform Analysis of Directly Imaged Debris Disk Morphology with the Gemini Planet Imager
59 Colette Levens (University of Oxford) Modeling the infrared spectrum of the dust disk orbiting the white dwarf G29-38
60 Cicero Lu (Johns Hopkins University) Silicates in the beta Pictoris Debris Disk
61 Karina Maucó (Universidad de Valparaíso) Characterization of the dust content in the ring around Sz 91: indications for planetesimal formation?
62 Tim Pearce (AIU Jena) Fomalhaut b could be sculpting the narrow, eccentric debris disc
63 Antranik Sefilian (University of Cambridge) Mind the Gap: Secular Dynamics of Self-gravitating Debris Disks

Planet Formation: Room 2 in the Gather space
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
64 Korash Assani (University of Virginia) Global Simulations of Planetary Growth via Pebble Accretion
65 Galen Bergsten (University of Arizona) Stellar Mass Dependence in the Abundance of Small Kepler Planets
66 Kiersten Boley (The Ohio State University) Hot Jupiter Occurrence around Halo Stars
67 Yixian Chen (Princeton University) Accretion of Gas Giants Constrained by the Tidal Barrier
68 Octavio Guilera (IALP/PUC/NPF) Connecting dust growth, planetesimal formation and giant planet formation at pressure maxima
69 Octavio Guilera (IALP/PUC/NPF) The importance of thermal torques on the migration of planets growing by pebble accretion
70 Heather Johnston (University of Leeds) Exploring Planet Formation around Host Stars of Different Masses
71 Kundan Kadam (University of Western Ontario) Self-Sustaining Vortices as a Novel Mechanism for Planet Formation
72 Julio David Melon Fuksman (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy) A two-moment radiation hydrodynamics scheme applicable to simulations of planet formation in circumstellar disks
73 James Miley (Joint ALMA Observatory (NAOJ)) The impact of pre-main sequence evolution on the initial conditions for planet formation
74 Kazumasa Ohno (University of California Santa Cruz) Aerosol Growth in Escaping Atmospheres: Implication for the Inflated Radii of Super-puffs and Young Exoplanets
75 Tatsuya Okamura (Nagoya University) Analytic Solution for the Collision Rate Between a Planet and Small Bodies
76 María Belén Planes (CONICET) Collisions Between Asymmetric Porous Aggregates
77 Stuart Taylor (Participation Worldscope) Peaks in the Distribution of Exoplanets of Sun-like Stars Which Must Have Analogues In Proto-Planetary Disks
78 Adrienne Vescio (Arizona State University) Investigating the Relationship Between Exoplanet Occurrence and Host Star Metallicity
79 Spencer Wallace (University of Washington) Understanding Planetesimal Accretion at Short Orbital Periods


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