Big Data - Small Planets (Research Group conference)

Date: 
Sun, 07/07/2019 to Thu, 11/07/2019

 

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This conference will explore different present and future missions and instruments for finding and characterization of exo-planets: NASA TESS space satellite, which has been in operation for more than a year now; the next big space mission PLATO; the two spectographs CARMENES and ESPRESSO; and NGTS -- a ground-based planet-search project. Talks will also be devoted to the analysis of exo-planet data, including approaches that apply deep learning, machine learning, and sparse recovery technique, to name but a few, for radical velocity data analysis.

 

ORGANIZERS:

Tsevi Mazeh, Tel Aviv University
Dovi Poznanski, Tel Aviv University
Shay Zucker, Tel Aviv University

 

PARTICIPANTS:

Oded Aharonson, Weizmann Institute of Science
Suzanne Aigrain, University of Oxford
Daniel Angerhausen, University of Cambridge
Megan Ansdell, University of California, Berkeley
Coryn Bailer-Jones, Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
Dolev Bashi, Tel Aviv University
Josh Briegal, University of Cambridge
Lars Buchhave, DTU Space
Andrew Cameron, University of St. Andrews
Magali Deleuil, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille
Daniel Fabrycky, University of Chicago
Simchon Faigler, Tel Aviv University
Eric Feigelson, Pennsylvania State University
Eric Ford, Penn State University
Eric Gaidos, University of Hawaii
Christian Gilbertson, Penn State University
Leanne Guy, Large Synoptic Survey Telescope
Nathan Hara, University of Geneva
Moira Jardine, University of St. Andrews
Yair Judkovsky, Weizmann Institute of Science
David Kipping, Columbia University
Dan Maoz, Tel Aviv University
Tom Marianer, Tel Aviv University
Eran Ofek, Weizmann Institute of Science
Aviv Ofir, Weizmann Institute of Science
Hugh Osborn, Marseille Astrophysics Laboratory
Aviad Panahi, Tel Aviv University
Hannu Parviainen, University of Oxford
Andreas Quirrenbach, Universität Heidelberg
Alexander Rathcke, Technical University of Denmark
Ignasi Ribas, Institut de Ciències de l'Espai
George Ricker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nuno Santos, Centro de Astrofísica da Universidade do Porto
Damien Segransan, Geneva Observatory
Sahar Shahaf, Tel Aviv University
Gidi Yoffe, Weizmann Institute of Science

 

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