Splinter Meeting Exoplanets

(Exo)Planet Diversity, Formation, and Evolution (PFE-SPP 1992 joint meeting)

Time: Tuesday September 13, 14:00-16:30 CEST (UTC+2)

Room: SFG 1010 / virtual Exo

Convenor(s): H. Rauer [1,2,3], T. R├╝ckriemen-Bez [1,2], PFE-SPP1992 SOC
[1] DLR Berlin [2] TU Berlin [3] FU Berlin

In order to foster collaborations across fields, the PFE-SPP1992 joint meeting aims at being a platform for researchers from the scientific fields of exoplanets, planet formation, protoplanetary and debris disks, astrobiology, cosmochemistry, and planetary research in general. The organizers want to encourage contributions from all disciplines, i.e. theory, observations as well as numerical and laboratory studies. The overarching goal is to stimulate and intensify the dialogue between researchers from these different fields. The goal of the AG 2022 splinter meeting "(Exo)Planet Diversity, Formation, and Evolution" is to stream the PFE-SPP1992 joint meeting in order to allow virtual attendance of AG 2022 participants.

PFE-SPP1992 official meeting website


Tuesday September 13, 14:00-16:30 (Exo)Planet Diversity, Formation, and Evolution (PFE-SPP 1992 joint meeting) (SFG 1010 / virtual Exo)

14:00  Tim D. Pearce:
Debris Discs as Probes of Planetary Systems

14:30  Ema Valente:
Excitation of the obliquity of Earth-like planets via tidal forcing

14:45  Steven Rendon Restrepo:
The impact of self-gravity smoothing length on dust dust-laden vortices simulations

15:00  Gayathri Viswanath:
Imaging pursuit of an elusive planet, epsilon Indi Ab, in the near to mid-infrared

15:15  Dominik Hezel:
Data Science in Cosmochemistry: Using all data for original research with an example from chondrule-matrix complementarity

15:30  Break

16:00  Anne-Sophie Libert:
Dynamical constraints on tightly packed planetary systems

16:15  Henrik Knierim:
Constraining the Origin of Giant Exoplanets via Elemental Abundance Measurements

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