15-17 Mar 2017 St Andrews (United Kingdom)


The conference will start on Wednesday 15th March 2017 at 8:45am and close on Friday 17th March 2017 at 3pm.


There will be 6 main sessions, in lecture Theatre A, and 8 discussion sessions. The full program is available as a pdf below. Note that the programme may be subject to minor changes.


Full Programme and Abstracts

(last updated 13 Mar 2017 - 11:00)


Main science sessions

  • Atmospheres of Exoplanets: Observations
  • Atmospheres of Exoplanets: Modelling
  • Detection and Characterisation of Exoplanets
  • Properties of the host star
  • Discs and Planet Formation
  • Links to the Solar System


Discussion sessions

To register interest in the discussion sessions available on each of Wednesday and Thursday, please do so via this google form

A. Bonsor & O. Shorttle What can we learn from Earth?
H. Cegla & R. Haywood Stellar activity in exoplanet surveys
S. Casewell Brown dwarfs as proxies for exoplanets
N. Mayne Exoplanet modelling
F. Meru The disc-planet connection
V. Parmentier Prospects to understand cloudy exoplanets
P. Rimmer Laboratory Exoplanet Science
S. Rugheimer Workshop on using the JWST simulator, PandExo



The list of posters and their abstracts can be found in the Full Programme above.

The poster boards allow for a maximum of an A0 portrait size poster.

There will be poster pop-ups on Thursday during the main science sessions. These pop-ups will be very short (30 seconds, 1 slide) and not mandatory.


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