Summer Program 2017

The 2017 Summer Program was very successful.

Seminar Speakers

  • Rodrigo Luger, University of Washington, “Probing the TRAPPIST-1 system with K2, JWST, and beyond”
  • Ben Brown, University of Colorado, “Convection and mixing: things we know, things we don’t, and tools for asking questions”
  • J.J. Zanazzi, Cornell University, “Convection and mixing: things we know, things we don’t, and tools for asking questions”
  • Naor Movshovitz, UC Santa Cruz, “Preliminary New Views of the Interiors of Jupiter and Saturn from Juno and Cassini Grand Finale”
  • Judit Szulagyi, ETH Zurich, “Circumplanetary Disks around Forming Giant Planets”
  • Sam Grunblatt, University of Hawaii, “Using Asteroseismology to Resolve the Mysteries of Planet Inflation”
  • Angie Wolfgang, Penn State, “Is There an Exoplanet “Main Sequence”? Insights from a Nonparametric Mass-Radius Relation”
  • Adam Frank, University of Rochester, “Where the Wind Blows: Gobal AMR Simulations of Exoplanet Evaporation”
  • Patricio Cubillos, Space Research Institute, Austria, “Exploring the degeneracies in transmission spectroscopy retrievals”
  • Paul Dalba, Boston University, “Stellar Mirages Caused by Refracted Light in the Atmospheres of Transiting and Non-Transiting Exoplanets”
  • Taisiya Kopytova, Arizona State University, “Spectral indices for exoplanets observed with JWST”
  • Andrew Mann, University of Texas Austin, “Zodiacal Exoplanets in Time”
  • Elisabeth Newton, MIT, “Age, rotation, and activity in M dwarfs and implications for planet-hosting stars”
  • Jordan Stone, University of Arizona, “Characterizing Gas-giant Exoplanets in the Thermal-Infrared with LBTI+ALES”
  • Alex Howe, University of Michigan, “Forward Models and Retrievals for Directly Imaged Exoplanets with JWST”
  • Mandy Bethkenhagen, LLNL, “The Linear Mixing Approximation for Planetary Ices”
  • Peter Gao, NASA Ames, “Cloud Microphysics in Exo-Atmospheres”
  • Diana Powell, UC Santa Cruz, “Formation of Clouds on Hot Jupiters: Insights from Size Distribution Dynamics and Observational Implications”
  • Larissa Nofi, Lowell Observatory, “Detection of Young Planets: An IR RV Survey of T Tauri Stars”
  • Steph Sallum, University of Arizona, “Imaging Planet Formation Inside the Diffraction Limit”
  • Mickey Rosenthal, UC Santa Cruz, “How Pebble Accretion and Turbulence Can Set the Radial Distribution of Gas Giant Cores”
  • Ziyan Xu, Peking University, “Pebble Accretion in Turbulent Protoplanetary Disks”
  • Dan Fabrycky, University of Chicago, “Constrained by Resonant Chains: Planetary Formation and Evolution”
  • Ben Montet, University of Chicago, “Long-Term Brightness Variations in Stars Observed by Kepler”

Attendees

  • Mariangela Bonavita, Faculty, The Royal Observatory Edinburgh
  • Dan Fabrycky, Faculty, University of Chicago
  • Travis Barman, Faculty, University of Arizona
  • Sebastien Hamel, Faculty, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Shigeru Ida, Faculty, Earth-Life Science Institute of Japan
  • Mike Liu, Faculty, University of Hawaii
  • Lisa Prato, Faculty, Lowell Observatory
  • Adam Frank, Faculty, University of Rochester
  • Leslie Rogers, Faculty, University of Chicago
  • Benjamin Brown, Faculty, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Katelyn Allers, Faculty, Bucknell University
  • Eric Lopez, Faculty, University of Edinburgh
  • Michael Line, Faculty, Arizona State University
  • Eric Agol, Faculty, University of Washington
  • Jeffrey Oishi, Faculty, Bates College
  • Jackie Faherty, Post Doc, American Museum of Natural History
  • Jacob Haqq-Misra, Blue Marble Space Institute of Sciences
  • Judit Szulágyi, Post Doc, ETH Zurich
  • Nicolas Iro, Post Doc, University of Vienna
  • Sarah Rugheimer, Post Doc, University of St. Andrews
  • Taisiya Kopytova, Post Doc, Arizona State University
  • Andrew Mann, Post Doc, University of Texas at Austin
  • Jordan Stone, Post Doc, Arizona State University
  • Elizabeth Newton, Post Doc, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Lauren Weiss, Post Doc, University of Montreal
  • Mandy Bethkenhagen, Post Doc, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Fontanive, Clémence, Post Doc, University of Edinburgh
  • Dan Foreman-Mackey, Post Doc, University of Washington
  • ZJ Zhang, Post Doc, University of Hawaii
  • Angie Wolfgang, Post Doc, Pennsylvania State
  • Shuai Zhang, Post Doc, UC Berkeley
  • Patricio Cubillos, Post Doc, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Trent Dupuy, Post Doc, University of Texas Austin
  • Peter Gao, Post Doc, Caltech
  • Ben Montet, Post Doc, University of Chicago
  • Vivien Parmentier, Post Doc, University of Arizona
  • Caroline Morley, Post Doc, Harvard University
  • Rodrigo Luger, Post Doc, University of Washington
  • Alex Howe, Post Doc, University of Michigan
  • Ben Burningham, Post Doc, University of Hertfordshire
  • Daniel Koll, Post Doc, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Eric Wolf, Researcher, University of Colorado Boulder
  • John Livingston, Grad Student, University of Tokyo
  • Paul Dalba, Grad Student, Boston University
  • Sam Grunblatt, Grad Student, University of Hawaii
  • Maria Steinrueck, Grad Student, University of Arizona
  • Andrea Guzman Mesa, Grad Student, University of Innsbruck
  • Aaron Rizzuto, Grad Student, University of Texas at Austin
  • John Zanazzi, Grad Student, Cornell University
  • Larissa Nofi, Grad Student, Lowell Observatory
  • Baylee Bordwell, Grad Student, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Alex Debrecht, Grad Student, University of Rochester
  • Huize Wang, Grad Student, Harvard
  • Tad Komacek, Grad Student, University of Arizona
  • Ludwig Schiebe, Grad Student, University of Rostock
  • Ziyan Xu, Grad Student, Peking University