›Characterising exoplanets: detection, formation, interiors, atmospheres and habitability
Scientific discussion meeting organised by Professor Athena Coustenis, Professor Steve Miller, Professor Peter Read and Professor Jonathan Tennyson FRS
This meeting aims to set the agenda for the next decade in this rapidly expanding field of extra-solar planet science. Some 800 planets orbiting stars outside of our solar system have now been detected, with varying masses and orbital parameters. The challenge now is to move from detection to understanding these planets as bodies in their own right.
Biographies of speakers will appear below soon and you can download the programme. Recorded audio of the presentations will be available on this page after the event and papers published in a future issue of Philosophical Transactions A.
Attending this event
This event is intended for researchers in relevant fields and is free to attend. There are a limited number of places and registration is essential. An optional lunch is offered and should be booked during registration (all major credir cards accepted).
There is also a related satellite meeting. Ten places, supported by the Royal Astronomical Society and the UCL Perren Fund, have been reserved at this meeting for UK-based younger scientists (Years 2 and above of their PhD studies or post-doctoral researchers within 2 years of completing their PhD) who are expected to be in the forefront of exoplanet research in years to come. Please use the link above to get further details on how to apply for these places.
Submitting a poster
A poster session will be held throughout the meeting alongside the schedule of presentations. There are a limited number of spaces available therefore only postgraduate students and those within one year of submitting their thesis are eligible. To submit a poster please send your full name, affiliation, level of study, poster title and abstract to email@example.com by Monday 11 February 2013.
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