Thinkshop 2022: High-resolution spectroscopy for exoplanet atmospheres and biomarkers

from Wednesday, 7 September 2022 (08:00) to Friday, 9 September 2022 (19:10)
Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP) (Lecture Hall)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
7 Sep 2022
8 Sep 2022
9 Sep 2022
Registration & Information Desk - open all day (until 08:55) (Lecture Hall)
Opening - K. Poppenhaeger (until 09:00) (Lecture Hall)
09:00 Invited talk: High Resolution Spectroscopy for Exoplanet Atmospheres: an observer’s playground - Prof. Jayne Birkby (University of Oxford)   (Lecture Hall)
09:45 LBT/PEPSI Observations of the Ultra Hot Jupiter KELT-20 b - Marshall Johnson (Ohio State University)   (Lecture Hall)
10:00 The rich chemistry of exoplanetary atmospheres at high-resolution spectroscopy - Gloria Guilluy (Osservatorio Astrofisico di Torino-INAF)   (Lecture Hall)
10:15 High Resolution Atmospheric Retrieval on an Ultra Hot Jupiter - Mr Jorge Sanchez (Arizona State University)   (Lecture Hall)
10:31 Flash talk: Optimising Exoplanet Transit Spectroscopy Observations - Linn Boldt-Christmas (Uppsala University)   (Lecture Hall)
10:32 Flash talk: redcross: Open-source python package for reduction and cross-correlation of exoplanet atmospheres at high-resolution - Mr Darío González Picos   (Lecture Hall)
10:33 Flash talk: Model reprocessing: a new, mathematically proven methodology - Doriann Blain (MPIA)   (Lecture Hall)
10:35 --- Coffee break ---
11:15 Invited talk: Narrow-band transmission spectroscopy of large planets: results and future avenues in the optical - Dr Julia Seidel (ESO)   (Lecture Hall)
09:00 Invited talk: Infrared high-resolution spectroscopy of exoplanets: state-of-the art and prospects for the 2020s - Prof. Matteo Brogi (University of Warwick)   (Lecture Hall)
09:45 From cross-correlations to likelihoods: What can we do with high-resolution transmission spectroscopy? - Prof. Neale Gibson (Trinity College Dublin)   (Lecture Hall)
10:00 PETS: The PEPSI Exoplanet Transit Survey - Investigating the presence of a silicate atmosphere on the super-Earth 55 Cnc e - Engin Keles (AIP)   (Lecture Hall)
10:15 Constraining Volcanism on 55 Cnc e with MAROON-X - Dr Kaitlin Rasmussen (University of Washington)   (Lecture Hall)
10:31 Flash talk: The PEPSI Exoplanet Transit Survey (PETS) at LBT - Prof. Klaus Strassmeier (Leibniz-Institut for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP))   (Lecture Hall)
10:32 Flash talk: Pathways for exomoon detections with high-resolution spectra - Mr Florian Rünger (Potsdam University)   (Lecture Hall)
10:33 Flash talk: Machine learning for exoplanet transit spectroscopy - Mr Cole Kilby (Potsdam University)   (Lecture Hall)
10:35 --- Coffee break ---
11:15 Invited talk: Understanding the diversity of exoplanet atmospheres - Prof. Vivien Parmentier (University of Oxford)   (Lecture Hall)
09:00 Invited talk: Spectrographs for exoplanets: from radial velocities to atmospheres - Dr Pedro Figueria (University of Geneva)   (Lecture Hall)
09:45 Initial Results from the ExoGemS Survey - Laura Flagg (Cornell University)   (Lecture Hall)
10:00 Towards Characterizing Atmospheres of Terrestrial Planets - Ray Jayawardhana (Cornell University)   (Lecture Hall)
10:15 Tantalising signs of H$_2$O in the cloudy atmosphere of a warm Neptune from High-Resolution Spectroscopy - Spandan Dash (Department of Physics, University of Warwick)   (Lecture Hall)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:15 beta Pictoris b through the eyes of the upgraded CRIRES+ - Rico Landman (Leiden University)   (Lecture Hall)
11:30 Lessons learned: What We Need to explain to the Community at Large - Dr Scott Wolk (SAO)   (Lecture Hall)
Panel discussion (until 12:45) (Lecture Hall)
12:00 High-resolution spectroscopic detection of atmospheric sodium on long-transiting inflated exoplanet KELT-11b - Dany Mounzer (University of Geneva)   (Lecture Hall)
12:15 Consistent relative abundance constraints from multiple high-resolution transmission spectroscopy observations of WASP-121b - Mr Cathal Maguire (Trinity College Dublin)   (Lecture Hall)
12:30 Variable atmospheric dynamics of planets experiencing gravity-darkened seasons - Anusha Pai Asnodkar (The Ohio State University)   (Lecture Hall)
12:45 --- Lunch break ---
14:00 Invited talk: Individual challenges and synergies of high- and low-resolution data for exoplanet atmospheres - Dr Lisa Nortmann (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)   (Lecture Hall)
14:45 A Combined High- and Low-Resolution Retrieval of a Hot Jupiter using IGRINS/Gemini South and WFC3/HST - Peter Smith (Arizona State University)   (Lecture Hall)
15:00 Searching for Day-Night variations in the Fe I emission from WASP-33b - Ernst de Mooij (Queen's University Belfast)   (Lecture Hall)
15:15 Keck/KPIC Emission Spectroscopy of WASP-33b - Luke Finnerty (UCLA)   (Lecture Hall)
15:31 Flash talk: The UBV-module for the ANDES spectrograph - Dr Silva Järvinen (AIP)   (Lecture Hall)
15:32 Flash talk: Exoplanet atmospheres in the U-band with ELT-ANDES - Prof. Katja Poppenhaeger (AIP)   (Lecture Hall)
15:33 Flash talk: Enabling high-resolution K-band spectroscopy at the ELT - Prof. Laura Kreidberg (MPIA)   (Lecture Hall)
15:35 --- Coffee break ---
16:15 Carbon monoxide emission in the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-33 b indicates an eastward hot spot - Lennart van Sluijs   (Lecture Hall)
16:30 Atomic and molecular species in the near-infrared emission spectrum of WASP-33b - Dr Stevanus Kristianto Nugroho (ABC; NAOJ)   (Lecture Hall)
16:45 Sodium in the atmosphere of WASP-7 b observed with UVES - Mr Hossein Rahmati (Bu-Ali Sina University)   (Lecture Hall)
12:00 Characterization of exoplanetary atmospheres with SLOPpy - Luca Malavolta (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia - Università degli Studi di Padova)   (Lecture Hall)
12:15 Characterizing the atmosphere of the warm Neptune HAT-P-11 b with high resolution spectroscopy - Fabio Lesjak (Institut für Astrophysik und Geophysik Göttingen)   (Lecture Hall)
12:30 ExoMol line lists for high-resolution spectroscopic studies of exoplanets - Sergey Yurchenko (University College London)   (Lecture Hall)
12:45 --- Lunch break ---
14:00 Invited talk: How High-Resolution Spectroscopy Measures 3D Properties of Exoplanets - Prof. Emily Rauscher (University of Michigan)   (Lecture Hall)
14:45 Uncovering 3D variations in the temperature chemistry, and winds on ultra-hot Jupiters: Targeting multiple species with high-resolution spectroscopy - Mr Joost Wardenier (University of Oxford)   (Lecture Hall)
15:00 Spatially-resolving the terminator: Variation of Fe, temperature and winds in WASP-76~b across planetary limbs and orbital phase - Siddharth Gandhi   (Lecture Hall)
15:15 Auto-differentiable high-resolution spectral model for exoplanets and its application to the Barnard's Star - Dr Hiroyuki Tako Ishikawa (Astrobiology Center)   (Lecture Hall)
15:31 Flash talk: Searching for flaring star-planet interactions in all known transiting systems - Ekaterina Ilin (AIP)   (Lecture Hall)
15:32 Flash talk: Climate-Photochemical Modeling of Earth-like Exoplanetary Atmospheres - Lee Grenfell (DLR)   (Lecture Hall)
15:35 --- Coffee break ---
16:15 Magnetic Drag and 3-D Effects in Theoretical High-Resolution Emission Spectra of Ultrahot Jupiters: the Case of WASP-76b - Hayley Beltz (University of Michigan)   (Lecture Hall)
16:30 3-d high-resolution transmission spectra with the pRT-Orange - Dr Paul Mollière (MPIA)   (Lecture Hall)
16:45 Effect of Stellar activity on the atmosphere of hot Jupiters and their transit signatures. - Dr Gopal Hazra (Department of Astrophysics, University of Vienna)   (Lecture Hall)
19:00 --- Conference Dinner ---
12:45 --- Lunch break ---
14:00 Invited talk: The Search for Signs of Life on Exoplanets - Prof. Vikki Meadows (University of Washington)   (Lecture Hall)
14:45 There’s more to life than O2: Assessing the detectability of biosignatures and environmental context for high-resolution spectroscopy of terrestrial exoplanets - Miles Currie (University of Washington)   (Lecture Hall)
15:00 A Brief Introduction to the SOlar Terrestrial Habitability Explorer (SOTHE) - Prof. Jiajia Liu (University of Science and Technology of China)   (Lecture Hall)
15:15 Hydrocarbon-rich Mantles in Super-Earths and Mini-Neptunes: Natural Ingredients for Haze Production - Prof. Edwin Bergin (University of Michigan)   (Lecture Hall)
15:30 --- Coffee break ---
16:15 Dynamic duos, the interaction between exoplanet atmospheres and their host stars - Gwenael Van Looveren (University of Vienna)   (Lecture Hall)
16:30 Unveiling Oxygen on Earth-like planets with a Fabry Perot based Instrument - Dr Surangkhana Rukdee (MPE)   (Lecture Hall)
Conclusion - K. Poppenhaeger (until 16:50) (Lecture Hall)