2022 Sagan Exoplanet Summer Hybrid Workshop

Posters and Poster Pops

All posters are on this page and also in the virtual Gather space; in-person attendees will bring a printout of their poster for the in person poster session. Posters have the same numbers as they do in the Gather poster room and for the in-person poster session; in-person presenters are marked with an *.

Click here for the POP schedule. POP presenters will have 2 minutes to present their slides which have been merged into a single PDF file for each day to allow things to run smoothly.

Exoplanets: Characterization and Orbits
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
1 Xanthippi Alexoudi (Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam) A photometric analysis of grazing exoplanetary systems with TESS
2* Thomas Baycroft (University of Birmingham) Circumbinaries: Planets and Precession
3* Victoria DiTomasso (Harvard University) The Search for the 24.4 Day Planet Candidate Around HD79211 with HARPS-N
4 Jorge Fernandez (University of Warwick) The Evaporation History of Three Planets Around K2-136
5 Shuo Huang (Tsinghua University) Reveal the magic trick played by the TRAPPIST-1 planets
6 Emiliano Jofre (OAC/CONICET) Chemical signatures of planetary formation and evolution in the WASP-160 binary system
7* Zhexing Li (University of California, Riverside) The Identity of Objects Within the HD 134606 System
8 Joshua Lovell (Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge) kCrB: A Post-Main Sequence Star with a Broad Debris Disc and Massive Planets
9* Dominic Oddo (University of New Mexico) Characterizing a set of small planet candidates bordering the radius valley with TESS and CHEOPS observations
10* Franklin Potter (UC Irvine Ret'd) Exoplanet Orbital Quantization of Orbital Angular Momentum L per unit mass μ: L/μ
11 Simon Ringqvist (Stockholm University) Strong H-alpha emission and signs of accretion in an 'old' circumbinary planetary mass companion from MUSE
12* Arianna Saba (University College London) The transmission spectrum of WASP-17 b from the optical to the NIR wavelengths: combining STIS, WFC3 and IRAC data sets
13* Alexander Venner (University of Southern Queensland) A look at the fruits of Hipparcos-Gaia Astrometry
13.1* Diana Solano-Oropeza (Columbia University) Estimating Exoplanet Eccentricity for M-Dwarfs without RV

Exoplanets and Their Host Stars
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
14* Aleezah Ali (University of Hawaii) Investigating the Binarity and Characterization of Kepler M Dwarf Stars and Their Planets
15 Swastik Chowbay (Indian Institute of Astrophysics) Are giant planet-hosting stars young? Evidence from spectroscopic & kinematic analysis of GAIA DR3
16* Tara Fetherolf (University of California, Riverside) Stellar Variability: Star-Planet Connections from the TESS Prime Mission
17* Mark Giovinazzi (University of Pennsylvania) A Mass-Magnitude Relation for Low-mass Stars Based on Dynamical Measurements of Thousands of Binary Star Systems
18* Sydney Jenkins (MIT) Probing the Role of Jupiter Analogs in White Dwarf Pollution
19 Aadi Krishna (Yale University) The Role of Stellar Mass in Explaining the High Number of Observations of Earth-like Exoplanets around M-Star Types
20* Kendall Sullivan (University of Texas at Austin) Revised Demographics of Earth-like Planets in Binary Star Systems
21* Nicolas Unger (University of Geneva) Proper motion anomalies analysis on exoplanets from the CORALIE sample

Exoplanets: Discovery and Surveys
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
22* Mariangela Bonavita (The Open University UK) The COPAINS Survey: directly imaging companions to accelerating stars
23* Salvador Curiel (Instituto de Astronomia, UNAM) Radio astrometric search for planetary companions
24 Thayne Currie (U. Texas-San Antonio/Subaru) The SCExAO Direct Imaging Search for Planets Around Accelerating Stars
25* Kyle Franson (UT Austin) Astrometric Accelerations as Dynamical Beacons: Imaging Planets and Brown Dwarfs around Young Accelerating Stars
26* Yolanda Frensch (Université de Genève) HARPS search for long-period exoplanets
27* Mallory Harris (University of New Mexico) Finding TESS's coldest planets: an M dwarf search
28 Katharine Hesse (MIT) TOI Catalog in the TESS Extended Mission
29 Jianghui Ji (Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS) CHES: A Space-borne Astrometric Mission for the Detection of Habitable Planets of the Nearby Solar-type Stars
30* Masayuki Kuzuhara (Astrobiology Center of NINS) High Contrast Imaging and Dynamical Masses of Substellar Companions Orbiting Accelerating Stars with Subaru/SCExAO
31* Ismael Mireles (University of New Mexico) TOI 4600 b and c: Two long-period gas-giant planets orbiting an early K dwarf
32* Matteo Pinamonti (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Torino) Are Cold Jupiters shaping super-Earth formation around M-dwarfs?
33* Douglas Rodrigues Alves (Universidad de Chile) NGTS-21b: An Inflated Super-Jupiter Orbiting a Metal-poor K dwarf
34 S. Majal Shiny (Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences) Astrometry on Exoplanet Science: A Review
35 Vito Squicciarini (Università di Padova) BEAST: at the frontier of planet formation
35.1 Luke Bouma (Caltech) Kepler and the Behemoth

Stars, Binaries, and Stellar Groups
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
36* Qier An (University of California, Santa Barbara) Masses and Orbital Parameters of 61 Systems Compare with Gaia DR3 Data
37* Rena Lee (University of Hawaii at Manoa) Hidden Binaries in the Beta Pictoris Moving Group: Revised membership and age analyses with Gaia DR3
38* Yiting Li (UCSB) ε Ind B - The most precisely measured binary BDs
39 Mario Morvan (University College London) Eclipsed Stars in Motion: Quantified Dynamical Effects on Exoplanetary Transits using Gaia DR3
40* Emily Pass (Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian) Understanding the Spindown History of M Dwarfs Using Wide Field Binaries
41* Rayna Rampalli (Dartmouth College) Wrinkles in Time: Age-Dating Young Stars in Kinematic Over-densities
42 Alexandr Volvach (Radio Astronomy Laboratory of Crimean Astrophysical Observatory) Long-term observations water maser near -1.5 km/s features in IRAS 16293-2422
43* Eliot Vrijmoet (RECONS, Georgia State University) M Dwarf Companions' Orbital Eccentricities Could Depend on Mass

Models and Algorithms
Poster # Author Title (click to view poster)
44* Ell Bogat (University of Maryland) Predictions for Retrieval of Confirmed Exoplanets with the Roman Space Telescope Coronagraph
45* Louis Desdoigts (The University of Sydney) Optical Design, Analysis & Calibration using δLux
46* Catalina Flores-Quintana (Universidad Andrés Bello) How to detect Earth-mass exoplanets with imaging stellar astrometry?
47* Pratishtha Rawat (University of Geneva) Theoretical perspectives on the architecture of planetary systems: Orbital Shapes
48* Nicholas Saunders (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii) No Planet Left Behind: A Search for Giant Planets Orbiting Giant Stars with TESS
49 Sahar Shahaf (Weizmann Institute of Science) fBLS -- a fast folding algorithm to produce BLS periodograms in search for transiting planets
50* Shih-Yun Tang (Lowell Observatory) Searching for the Youngest Hot Jupiters Around T Tauri Stars -- Tracing Spot Variability Using OH/Fe Line Depth Ratio
51 Yu Wang (Tsinghua University) Compositions of Atmospheres from Pebble Accretion: Hydrodynamic Approach
52 Steven Young (Institute of Astronomy) Planetesimal belts in wide binaries: the eccentric Kozai-Lidov Mechanism in the Kepler field
53 Matthew Noyes (JPL) The JPL Astrometry Testbed
53.1 Daniel Yahalomi (Columbia University) Planets Beyond Jupiter: Extending our Astrometric Reach with Missions

Poster/Pop Submission Site (deadline is July 14)

Posters and Pops will only be accepted through this online submission site and not via email. Please see the submission site for the file and submission specifications.

Poster Submissions and Poster Sessions

Both in-person and remote attendees are invited to submit electronic posters for the 2022 Sagan Workshop. All submitted posters will be grouped by science area and put onto the workshop website and also incorporated into a Gather virtual space. Poster submission is optional, but posters must be broadly related to the topic of the workshop. We are not able to accommodate other topics.

In-person poster presenters should bring a print out of their poster to mount on the provided poster boards; the poster print out should have maximum dimensions of 4 feet (120 cm) wide by 4 feet (120 cm) high. The agenda includes two in-person poster sessions (Monday from 2-3:15 pm and Wednesday from 1:30-3 pm).

We will also have a virtual Gather space that will include all the posters (from both in person and remote attendees). The Gather space will be open during the entire workshop and all attendees can drop in anytime. We especially encourage remote attendees and remote poster presenters to have a Gather poster session during the in-person poster sessions.

Poster Pops

Pops are advertisements for your poster and if you submit a pop you must submit a poster; both should cover topics relevant to the workshop topic.

In-person attendees should submit 2 slides and will give their pop presentation in person.

Remote attendees who submit a poster can submit a recorded poster Pop that should be no longer than 2 minutes. These will be put on the website, and if space allows, included in the pop presentations during the meeting. Remote attendees will not present a live pop.

All Pops will be posted on the workshop website; Pop inclusion in the in-person agenda is limited by the availability of slots (45 total); therefore, inclusion will be based on the relevance to and balance within the topics covered by the workshop, as well as adherence to the 2-minute maximum length. If you are submitting a poster and a pop, you will need to make two separate submissions.


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