Poster Program

Overview of poster presentations

(sorted by sessions and alphabetically by name)

The Host Star

Planet Formation and Habitability

Principles of Habitability

Planetary Atmospheres

  • P5.1 N. Afram: Effect of clouds in molecular spectra of Hot Jupiters and Brown dwarfs
  • P5.2 U. Amerstorfer et al.: Escape of Hot Oxygen and Carbon from the Early Atmosphere of Mars
  • P5.3 D. Bisikalo and V. Shematovich: Precipitation of Electrons into the Upper Atmosphere of a Hot-Jupiter Exoplanet
  • P5.4 A. Cherenkov and D. Bisikalo: On the influence of coronal mass ejections on the hot Jupiter atmosphere
  • P5.5 R. Claudi: Testing Habitability in Laboratory: Atmosphere in a Test Tube Experiment
  • P5.6 P. Cubillos: The Open-Source Bayesian Atmospheric Radiative Transfer (BART) Code to Model Exoplanet Atmospheres
  • P5.7 M. Khodachenko et al.: Atmosphere expansion and mass loss of magnetized close-orbit giant exoplanets
  • P5.8 N. Konstantinova et al.: The influence of the colliding stellar winds on the atmosphere of the potentially habitable circumbinary exoplanet KIC9632895
  • P5.9 M. Lendl: Studying exoplanet atmospheres via transmission and emission spectra
  • P5.10 P. Odert et al.: Loss of volatiles and water from planetary embryos
  • P5.11 M. Scherf et al.: Simulation of the Earth’s paleo-magnetosphere for the late Hadean eon
  • P5.12 Y. Serozhkin: Climate models of the early Earth’s and thunderstorm activity
  • P5.13 I. Shaikhislamov et al.: Interaction of escaping atmosphere of HD209458b with stellar wind
  • P5.14 V. Shematovich and D. Ionov: Energy balance in the upper atmosphere of the hot jupiter with taking into account suprathermal photoelectrons
  • P5.15 R. Slapak: Atmospheric escape from planets: the role of a planetary magnetic field
  • P5.16 O. Venot et al.: Influence of stellar flares on exoplanetary atmospheres and transmission spectra
  • P5.17 P. Wurz et al.: The Atmospheres of Jupiter’s Icy Moons

Planetary Interiors

  • P6.1 S. Benatti et al.: GAPS: Studying the architecture of planetary systems with HARPS-N at TNG

Observatories: Future Perspectives

  • P7.1 T. Ratzka: Probing Planet Formation with the VLTI and the ELT
  • P7.2 Z. Regaly: Age of giant planet embedded in debris disk

Planetary System Architecture and Dynamics

The Astrophysics of Planetary Habitability | Universitätsring 1  | 1010 Wien