Characterizing Exoplanets: From Hot Jupiters to Super-Earths
On-going searches for extrasolar planets have revealed a remarkable diversity of worlds, and comparative studies of their properties have begun in earnest. Planets caught in transit are particularly well suited for atmosphere characterization. I will discuss recent results using Kepler data as well as ground-based observations, including our attempts to extend these techniques to super-Earth planets.
|Date: ||Jeudi, le 15 septembre 2016|
|Lieu: ||Université de Montréal|
| ||Pavillon Roger-Gaudry, Local D-460|
|Contact: ||René Doyon|