April 21st Presentations

Morning session

Billy Edwards
University College London (UK)

The Pursuit of a Meticulous Chemical Survey of Exoplanet Atmospheres

Emilie Panek
IAP – CNRS Sorbonne Université (France)

New retrievals from HST observations focusing on the chemistry of exoplanets

Lorenzo Pino
INAF – Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri (Italy)

Ultra-hot Jupiters as laboratories for theories of atmospheric structure and planet formation

Giovanna Tinetti
University College London (UK)

Remote-sensing observations of exo-atmospheres in our galaxy

Patricio E. Cubillos
INAF – Osservatorio Astrofisico di Torino (Italy)

Warm-Jupiter Exoplanet Observations as Probes for Atmospheric Chemical Processes

Amélie Gressier
LATMOS – CNRS (France)

Population study: exploring the transition from super-Earth to sub-Neptune with Hubble transmission survey

Evert Nasedkin
Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (Germany)

Four-of-a-kind: Exploring the atmospheres of the HR 8799 system with GRAVITY

Jack W. Skinner
Queen Mary University of London (UK)

Modons and Other Storms on Hot Exoplanets

Afternoon Session

Renyu Hu
NASA – Jet Propulsion Laboratory (USA)

Toward the Observational Studies of Exoplanet Habitability

Lorenzo Biasiotti
Università degli Studi di Trieste (Italy)

EOS-ESTM: a flexible climate model for habitable exoplanets

Paolo Simonetti
Università degli Studi di Trieste (Italy)

EOS: a new dawn on radiative transfer for habitable worlds

Mohamad Ali-Dib
New York University Abu Dhabi (Emirate Abu Dhabi)

The effect of late giant collisions on the atmospheres of protoplanets and the formation of cold sub-Saturns

Thomas Mikal-Evans
Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (Germany)

Mapping day-night variations in the stratosphere of the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-121 b

Didier Ricard
CNRM (France)

Characteristics and applications of the Meso-NH mesocale model applied to the Earth atmosphere

Samantha Melani
CNR IBE (Italy)

Data Assimilation in atmospheric models: from operational applications to the impact assessment of future satellite measurements

Stefano Della Fera
Università degli Studi di Bologna (Italy)

The use of spectrally resolved observed radiances to test and improve the representation of the Earth’s atmosphere in climate models

Alfredo Biagini
Università degli Studi di Palermo (Italy)

Stellar activity through simultaneous multiband photometry: V1298 Tau case only

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