5th Chianti Topics – Program

Book of Abstract


  APRIL 20th    
08:30 Registration    
10:00 Welcome    
10:20 Bianca Maria Dinelli CNR-ISAC, Italy Analysis of Spectroscopic Observations of the Earth Atmospheres and of the Atmospheres of Other Planets of the Solar System (Titan and Jupiter)
11:00 Coffee break    
11:20 James Cho Flatiron Institute, USA Large-Scale Planetary Atmospheric Dynamics “from Above”
11:40 Mark Hammond Christ Church, Oxford, UK 3D atmospheric simulations of the lava planet K2-141b to interpret JWST observations
12:00 Matthäus Schulik Imperial College London, UK The C/O ratio and its influence on hydrodynamic escape of Super-Earth exoplanets
12:20 Yuichi Ito National Astronomical Observatory of Japan Photo-evaporation of hot rocky exoplanet
12:40 Angelos Tsiaras INAF-Arcetri, Italy The legacy of HST/WFC3: a prototype for population studies of exoplanets with JWST and Ariel
13:00 Lunch    
14:00 Dmitri Titov ESTEC-ESA, The Netherland A new view of Venus
14:40 Alessandro Mura INAF-IAPS, Italy Oscillations and stability of the Jupiter polar cyclones
15:00 Chiara Castagnoli INAF-IAPS, Italy Study of Jupiter’s auroral regions through the measurement of the Juno/JIRAM instrument
15:20 Luca Ruiz Lozano Royal Observatory of Belgium Water ice clouds detection with NOMAD LNO nadir channel on board ExoMars TGO
15:40 Fabrizio Oliva INAF-IAPS, Italy Martian CO2 ice characterization through ExoMars/TGO NOMAD LNO channel nadir high resolution data
16:00 Coffee break    
16:20 Monica Rainer INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera, Italy Mars as an exoplanet
16:40 M. E. Cisneros-González Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium Upgrade of ASIMUT-ALVL to model the VIS-NIR Jupiter’s atmosphere spectrum
17:00 Márton Mester Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain Oscillations of the Martian Northern Hemisphere Polar Vortex, a Contour Dynamics Perspective
17:20 Evandro Balbi University of Genova, Italy The Claritas Fossae Fault System (Mars): a potential enhanced pathway for fluids exchange between the inner planet and the Martian atmosphere
17:40 End oral sessions    
18:30 Welcome drink & poster session  
  APRIL 21st    
09:20 Billy Edwards University College London, UK The Pursuit of a Meticulous Chemical Survey of Exoplanet Atmospheres
09:40 Emilie Panek IAP, CNRS Sorbonne Université New retrievals from HST observations focusing on the chemistry of exoplanets
10:00 Lorenzo Pino INAF-Arcetri, Italy Ultra-hot Jupiters as laboratories for theories of atmospheric structure and planet formation
10:20 Quentin Changeat University College London, UK Towards phase-curve retrieval studies of exoplanets in the era of next-generation telescopes
10:40 Coffee break    
11:00 Giovanna Tinetti University College London, UK Remote-sensing observations of exo-atmospheres in our galaxy
11:40 Patricio E. Cubillos INAF, Osservatorio Astrofisico di Torino, Italy Warm-Jupiter Exoplanet Observations as Probes for Atmospheric Chemical Processes
12:00 Amélie Gressier LATMOS, CNRS, France Population study: exploring the transition from super-earth to sub-neptune with a Hubble transmission survey
12:20 Evert Nasedkin Max Plank Institute for Astronomy, Germany Four-of-a-kind: Exploring the atmospheres of the HR8799 system with GRAVITY
12:40 Jack W. Skinner Queen Mary University of London, U.K Modons and Other Storms on Hot Exoplanets
13:00 Lunch    
14:00 Renyu Hu JPL, USA Toward the Observational Studies of Exoplanet Habitability
14:40 Lorenzo Biasiotti Universita’ degli Studi di Trieste EOS-ESTM: a flexible climate model for habitable exoplanets
15:00 Paolo Simonetti Università di Trieste, Italy EOS: a new dawn on radiative transfer for habitable worlds
15:20 Mohamad Ali-Dib New York University Abu Dhabi The effect of late giant collisions on the atmospheres of protoplanets and the formation of cold sub-Saturns
15:40 Thomas Mikal-Evans Max Plank Institute for Astronomy, Germany Mapping day-night variations in the stratosphere of the ultrahot Jupiter WASP-121b
16:00 Coffee break    
16:20 Didier Ricard CNRM, France Characteristics and applications of the Meso-NH mesocale model applied to the Earth atmosphere
17:00 Samantha Melani CNR IBE, Italy Data Assimilation in atmospheric models: from operational applications to the impact assessment of future satellite measurements
17:20 Stefano Della Fera Università di Bologna, Italy The use of spectrally resolved observed radiances to test and improve the representation of the Earth’s atmosphere in climate models
17:40 Alfredo biagini Università di Palermo, Italy Stellar activity through simultaneous multiband photometry: V1298 Tau case study
18:00 End oral sessions    
20:00 Social dinner    
  APRIL 22nd    
09:00 Daniele Locci Università di Palermo, Italy Extreme ultraviolet and X-rays driven photochemistry of gaseous exoplanets.
09:20 Paulina Wolkenberg INAF-IAPS, Italy Preliminary results of atmospheric parameters varying with LT around volcanoes from PFS-MEx observations
09:40 Francesco Borsa INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera, Italy Transmission spectroscopy of exoplanetary atmospheres at high spectral resolution
10:00 Alessandro Marconi Università di Firenze, Italy ANDES: the ArmazoNes high Dispersion Echelle Spectrograph for the European Extremely Large Telescope
10:20 Óscar Carrión-González Technische Universität Berlin, Germany Characterizing the atmospheres of cold and temperate exoplanets with direct imaging observations in reflected starlight
10:40 Coffee break    
11:00 Marcel Snels CNR-ISAC, Italy How to measure spectra of planetary atmospheres in the laboratory ?
11:40 Nadia Balucani Università di Perugia, Italy Laboratory investigation on the atmospheric chemistry of Titan waiting for the NASA Dragonfly mission: the formation of unsaturated dinitriles
12:00 Gianmarco Vanuzzo Università degli Studi di Perugia A laboratory investigation of the reaction N(2D) + benzene and implications for the atmospheric chemistry of Titan
12:20 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
12:40 Silvia Giulia Danelli University of Genova, Italy Experimental activity at the atmospheric simulation chamber ChAMBRe
13:00 Lunch    
14:00 Donna Rodgers-Lee Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Impact of magnetic fields and cosmic rays in the context of star formation and exoplanetary systems
14:40 Shang-Min Tsai University of Oxford, UK The evolution and stability of CO2-CH4-H2O atmospheres
15:00 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
15:20 Eva Herrero Cisneros Centro de Astrobiologia Madrid, Spain ESPRESSO transmission spectroscopy of WASP-54 b and GJ 436 b
15:40 Hugo Tabernero Centro de Astrobiologia Madrid, Spain The transmission spectrum of the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-76b
16:00 Coffee break    
16:30 Round table    
17:30 End    

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