April 22nd Presentations

Morning session

Daniele Locci
Università degli Studi di Palermo (Italy)

Extreme ultraviolet and X-rays driven photochemistry of gaseous exoplanets

Paulina Wolkenberg
INAF – IAPS (Italy)

Preliminary results of atmospheric parameters varying with LT around volcanoes from PFS-MEx observations

Francesco Borsa
INAF – Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera (Italy)

Transmission spectroscopy of exoplanetary atmospheres at high spectral resolution

Óscar Carrión-González
Technische Universität Berlin (Germany)

Characterizing the atmospheres of cold and temperate exoplanets with direct imaging observations in reflected starlight

Marcel Snels
CNR-ISAC (Italy)

How to measure spectra of planetary atmospheres in the laboratory?

Gianmarco Vanuzzo
Università degli Studi di Perugia (Italy)

A laboratory investigation of the reaction N(2D) + benzene and implications for the atmospheric chemistry of Titan

Stefania Stefani
INAF – IAPS (Italy)

Planetary Atmosphere Simulation System for Spectroscopy (PASSxS), a laboratory set up used to characterize the optical properties of gases at typical planetary conditions

Silvia Giulia Danelli
Università degli Studi di Genova (Italy)

Experimental activity at the atmospheric simulation chamber ChAMBRe

Afternoon Session

Donna Rodgers-Lee
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Impact of magnetic fields and cosmic rays in the context of star formation and exoplanetary systems

Shang-Min Tsai
University of Oxford (UK)

The evolution and stability of CO2-CH4-H2O atmospheres

Arianna Saba
University College London, UK

The transmission spectrum of WASP-17 b from the optical to the near-infrared wavelengths: combining STIS, WFC3 and IRAC datasets

Eva Herrero Cisneros
Centro de Astrobiologia Madrid (Spain)

ESPRESSO transmission spectroscopy of WASP-54 b and GJ 436 b

Hugo Tabernero
Centro de Astrobiologia Madrid (Spain)

The transmission spectrum of the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-76b

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