16 – 21 June 2024
Leiden, the Netherlands


During the conference, 535 posters will be available for viewing. The posters will be presented in four sessions during the breaks: session 1 on Monday, session 2 on Tuesday, session 3 on Thursday, and session 4 on Friday. 

Below is the overview of all posters. For posters that were submitted in advance for preview, you can click on ‘View’ in the right-hand column to view the poster.

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No.TitlePresentersSessionThemeKeywordsView poster
6Unveiling Sub-Neptune Atmospheres: A simulated search for biosignatures at high resolution with the ELTAlejandro Sánchez López; Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (IAA-CSIC)1HabitabilitySubNeptunes, Atmospheres, ELTs, Biomarkers
10The occurrence rates of young, Neptune-sized planets with ages less than 200 Myr
Sydney Vach; University of Southern Queensland1Demographics & ArchitecturesYoung Planets, planet evolution
11Modeling Photoevporative Atmospheric Escape with Metals and X-ray PhysicsMadelyn Broome; University of California Santa Cruz1AtmospheresAtmospheric Escape, Photoionization, Evolution
37Confronting Composition Confusion through the characterisation of the sub-Neptune orbiting TOI-1778.Larissa Palethorpe; University of Edinburgh1RV and transitsplanets and satellites: compositionplanets and satellites: detection View
38Understanding the origins of the radius valleyJesper Nielsen; University of Copenhagen1Formation and evolutionRadii, Demographics, Formation, Atmospheres View
39Magnetohydrodynamical torsional oscillations from thermo-resistive instability in hot jupitersRaphaël Hardy; Université de Montréal1Atmospheresmagnetohydrodynamics, magnetic fields, variability View
47Magnetic winding and turbulence in ultra-hot JupitersClàudia Soriano Guerrero; INSTITUTE OF SPACE SCIENCES1AtmospheresHot Jupiters, Magnetic fields View
49MASCARA: does it help your eyelash?Swaetha Ramkumar; Trinity College Dublin1AtmospheresMASCARA1b, composition, spectroscopy View
51VHS 1256 b, HIP 99770 b, AF Lep b: Expected Thermal and Reflected Light PolarizationMaxwell Galloway; University of Central Florida1Direct Imaging and InterferometryBrown dwarfs, planetary mass companions, polarization, clouds
67Interior-atmosphere coupling for super-Earths and sub-NeptunesKomal Bali; ETH Zürich1Interiorsinterior atmosphere coupling View
79Exploring the Origins of the Polar PlanetsRitika Sethi; Massachusetts Institute of Technology1Demographics & ArchitecturesPolar planets, spinorbit misalignment, tidal heating, View
81JWST NIRSpec transmission and emission spectra of the lava world K2-141 bAmélie Gressier; Space Telescope Science Institute 1JWST ResultsSuperEarth, NIRSpec G395H, exoplanet atmosphere, Lava planet View
89Exploring atmospheric escape with new spectral linesDion Linssen; University of Amsterdam1AtmospheresAtmospheric escape, Modeling View
90Planet Formation at its Extremes – Giant Exoplanets around M-dwarf Star
Shubham Kanodia; Carnegie Institution for Science1RV and transitsM dwarf, Giant Planets, Demographics, Atmospheres
98Precision photometric follow-up of high-value TESS targets with MINERVA-AustralisSakhee Bhure; University of Southern Queensland1RV and transitsprecision photometry, groundbased followup, small planets
100The stormy coupled chemistry and clouds of directly imaged exoplanets and brown dwarfsElspeth Lee; University of Bern1Direct Imaging and InterferometryAtmospheres View
106ARDA: A 3D Atmospheric Modeling and Retrieval Code for High Spectral Resolution Phase CurvesPeter Smith; Arizona State University1Atmospheresatmospheres, high resolution spectroscopy, atmospheric retrieval
107Searching For Transiting Planets around Red Clump Stars: Constraining the Occurrence Rate of Close-In PlanetsVictoria Bonidie; University of Pittsburgh1RV and transitsred clump, planet occurrence planetstar interactions
108The Reanalysis and Recharacterization of 1RXS + 3127 B’s Spectral TypePhoenix-Avery Sarian; The Ohio State University1Atmospheresbrown dwarfs, spectroscopyatmospheric characterization
110TOI-201 and TOI-1670: New planets in warm Jupiter systems previously discovered by TESSIsmael Mireles; University of New Mexico1RV and transitsWarm Jupiters
119Characterising the Atmospheric Properties of WASP-43b Using Phase-Resolved SpectroscopyJingxuan Yang; University of Oxford1JWST ResultsPhase Curves, Atmospheric Retrievals, WASP43b, Eclipse Mapping
123Hot Jupiter – cold Jupiter. A complex sibling relationRobert Wittenmyer; University of Southern Queensland1RV and transitsCold Jupiter, Hot Jupiter View
124Impact of Dynamical Tides on Planetary System Stability: Evolution of Multi-Planet SystemsLeon Ka-Wang Kwok; Observatoire de Genève, Université de Genève1Star-planet interactionsStellar Tides, Tidal Interactions, Resonant Chains, Planetary Dynamics
128Unlocking the Complexity of 3D Exoplanet Atmospheres: A Combined Modelling Approach and Observational ImplicationsSven Kiefer; Institute of Astronomy, KU Leuven1AtmospheresGeneral Circulation Model (GCM), Clouds, HATS6b View
132Searching for liquid surface water on Earth-like exoplanets with spectropolarimetryAurora Cagnoni, Delft University of Technology, Politecnico di Milano1HabitabilityEarthlike exoplanets, oceans, polarimetry, radiative transfer View
147Large Interferometer for Exoplanets (LIFE): characterizing the mid-infrared thermal emission of terrestrial exoplanetsTim Lichtenberg; University of Groningen1Future missions/instrumentationexoplanets, atmospheres, biosignatures, diversity
148Characterisation of the atmosphere of WASP-76b using SPIRouThea Hood; IRAP1AtmospheresPlanets and satellites: atmospheres, Methods: data analysis, Techniques: spectroscopic View
151Witnessing planet formation as it happens; HR diagram tracks of forming planetsBenedikt Gottstein; Universität Bern1Formation and evolutionPlanetary HRDiagram, Luminosity, Planet formation
164Planetary Eccentricity-Period distribution — differences between small- and giant-planetsDolev Bashi; Tel-Aviv University1Demographics & Architecturesplanets and satellites: dynamical evolution and st, planets and satellites: fundamental parameters, methods: statistical View
166Condensation in atmospheres of hot, rocky planetsLeoni Janssen; Leiden Observatory1Atmospheresmagma planets, analytical, condensation View
168Exploring the temperature profile of Jupiter’s deep atmosphereLouis Siebenaler; Leiden University1AtmospheresJupiter, Giant planets atmospheres View
170ESPRESSO observations of K2-106b and the properties USPsEike Wolf Guenther; Thüringer Landessternwarte Tautenburg1RV and transitsUltrashort period planetsplanet densityradialvelocity measurements
171Observations and modelling of the upper atmospheres of the hottest ultra-hot JupitersLuca Fossati; Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences1AtmospheresTransmission spectroscopy, Ultrahot Jupiters, Modelling and observations
173Using Machine Learning to predict planetary detectionJeanne Davoult; Universität Bern1Demographics & ArchitecturesMachine Learning, Architecture, Planetary systems, Detection
183Study of characteristics of a stellar catalogue suitable for the PLATO Fine Guidance SystemSamuel Bowling; Institute of Planetary Research, German Aerospace Center (DLR)1Future missions/instrumentationInstrumentation, Photometry, Stellar variability
184Peering above the clouds of the warm Neptune GJ 436b with CRIRES+Natalie Grasser; Leiden University1AtmospheresCRIRES+, High resolution spectroscopy, GJ 436b, Cross correlation View
187Towards the mysterious origins of warm JupitersAlexis Smith; German Aerospace Center (DLR)1Demographics & Architectureswarm Jupiters, gas giants, obliquity, RossiterMcLaughlin View
192The space weather around the exoplanet GJ 436 bStefano Bellotti; Leiden Observatory1Star-planet interactionsstars: winds, stars: magnetic field, star: outflows, techniques: polarimetric View
195TRAPPIST-1 Atmospheric Reconnaissance with JWST: First Look at the Habitable-Zone Exoplanet TRAPPIST-1 f with NIRISSOlivia Lim; Trottier Institute for Research on Exoplanets/University of Montreal1JWST ResultsTRAPPIST1, Transmission spectroscopy, Habitable zone, JWST View
196Comparative Planetology of Magnetic Effects in Ultrahot JupitersHayley Beltz; University of Maryland1Atmospheresmagnetism, GCM, ultrahot Jupiter, high resolution spectroscopy View
197Last updates on the CUISINES projectThomas Fauchez; NASA GSFC1Atmospheresintercomparisons, atmospheres, exoplanets, radiative transfer
202From the desert into the savannah: a trek across the exo-Neptunes landscapeVincent Bourrier; Department of Astronomy, University of Geneva1Demographics & ArchitecturesExoplanets, Orbital architectures, Transit spectroscopy, Evolution
2103D Simulations of Haze from Earth-like Exoplanets to Hot-JupitersMei Ting Mak; University of Exeter1AtmospheresHaze, 3D GCM, Radiative transfer, habitability View
218A Search for Transiting Exosatellites in JWST Panchromatic Substellar LightcurvesMary Anne Limbach; University of Michigan1JWST ResultsExomoons, Transits
220An unlikely survivor: a low-density hot Neptune orbiting a red giant starSamuel Grunblatt; Johns Hopkins University1Formation and evolutionpostmain sequence, atmospheric inflation, atmospheric mass loss View
227Characterizing long-period massive companions in multiple systemsAlessandro Ruggieri; University of Padova1Demographics & ArchitecturesTechniques: miscellaneous, Stars: solartype, Planets and satellites: detection, Planets and satellites: dynamical evolution and st
228EXOAID : Artificial Intelligence for Exoplanet Detection and Characterization in the Gaia era.Asier Abreu Aramburu; ATG Science And Engineering S.L.1Microlensing and AstrometryAstrometry, Deep LearningGaia View
233Observing the winds and structure of an ultra-hot Jupiter atmosphere with CRIRES+David Cont; Universitäts-Sternwarte, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität1AtmospheresUltrahot Jupiters, Highresolution spectroscopy
236Three close-in planets with a long-period Saturn-mass companion: optimizing RV planet detectionsAdam Stevenson; The Open University1RV and transitsplanetary systems, planets: detection, techniques: radial velocities View
244The Impact of Cometary ‘impacts’ on the Chemistry, Climate, and Observations of Earth-like Exoplanetary AtmospheresFelix Sainsbury-Martinez; University of Leeds1AtmospheresPlanets and satellites: terrestrial planets, Planets and satellites: atmospheres, Methods: numerical, Planets and satellites: composition View
252Exploring the observational and theoretical transition between Super-Earths and Sub-Neptunes around M and FGK-stars. Léna PARC; University of Geneva1Demographics & ArchitecturesDistributions, Density, MR diagram, Observations vs Theories View
253Space environment and ohmic heating of the TRAPPIST-1 exoplanets due to interplanetary coronal mass ejectionsFilip Elekes; University of Cologne1Star-planet interactionsStarplanet interactions, Space weather, Trappist1, Interplanetary coronal mass ejections View
255Clouds and hazes in the era of next-generation exoplanet dataSushuang Ma; University College London1AtmospheresClouds and hazes, Transit spectroscopy, Retrieval techniques, Exoplanetary atmospheres View
257A Close-in Neptune Orbiting a Very Low Mass Star Challenges Formation ModelsGudmundur Stefansson; University of Amsterdam1RV and transitsPlanet Detection, M stars, Radial Velocity, Planet Formation
258AI-based Optimization of JWST & HST Time-Series Observations using Eureka!Reza Ashtari; The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory1OtherJWST, Data, AI, atmospheres
263Discovery of NIR Gas Emission with JWST/NIRSpec in a Debris DiskCicero Lu; NSF’s NOIRLab, Gemini Observatory1JWST ResultsDebris Disks, Planet Formation, Gas View
269Inferring the empirical distribution of stellar tidal dissipation factors from citizen-scientist and professional transit observationsLawrence Berry; University College London1Star-planet interactionstidal, decay, transit, TTV View
272JWST/NIRSpec’s transformative capability for direct spectroscopy of exoplanetsJean-Baptiste Ruffio; University of California, San Diego1JWST ResultsDirect imaging, High resolution spectroscopy, Exoplanet atmospheres
276The HUSTLE program: Unveiling the UV-optical spectrum of Hot Gas Giants with HubbleCarlos Gascón; Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian1AtmospheresTransmission Spectroscopy, Hot Gas Giants, UltravioletopticalHubble Space Telescope
279The search for induced stellar flares using TESSTansu Daylan; Washington University1Star-planet interactionsInduced stellar flare, magnetosphere, magnetic reconnection View
280The stable atmospheric dynamics of hot Jupiters Thaddeus Komacek; University of Maryland1AtmospheresHot Jupiters, Atmospheric Dynamics View
281The Limiting Factors: Extending our Observational Capabilities to Probe the Atmosphere of KELT-9bNicholas Borsato; Macquarie University1AtmospheresUltrahot Jupiters, Spectroscopy, Crosscorrelation, HighResolution Transit Observations View
289The coupled impact of atmospheric dynamics and cloud microphysics on WASP-43b and WASP-121bEmeline Fromont; University of Maryland1AtmospheresGeneral Circulation Model, Hot Jupiter, Microphysics View
292A Deep HST/WFC3/H-alpha Imaging Survey to Probe the Demographics of Accreting
Planets at Wide Separations
Lillian Jiang; The University of Texas at Austin1Demographics & ArchitecturesAccreting Planets, Planet Demographics, Machine Learning, RDI
309Climatic evolution of molten super-Earths
Emma Postolec; University of Groningen, Kapteyn Astronomical Institute1AtmospheresRocky exoplanets, Superearths, Magma ocean, Atmospheric escape
312Stellar echoes: searching for the reflected light of exoplanetsSophia Vaughan; University of Oxford1AtmospheresAtmospheres, Future missions/ instrumentation, Habitability View
318Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Exoplanet Atmospheres (Exploring Equilibrium Chemistry)Dwaipayan Dubey; Ludwig Maximilans University of Munich1HabitabilityAtmospheres, Astrochemistry, PAHs View
331Planet formation in stellar clusters via pebble accretionShuo Huang; Leiden Observatory1Formation and evolutionaccretion, accretion disks, protoplanetary disks, planets and satellites: formation, planetdisk interactions
335Planet Populations Throughout The Galaxy: Insights from high-resolution galaxy formation simulations and planet population synthesisChristopher Boettner; Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen1Demographics & ArchitecturesPlanet Population Synthesis, Galaxy Formation and Evolution, Planet Formation
340Unraveling the Origin of Detected Species on WASP-178b with ESPRESSOJulia Seidel; European Southern Observatory; Yuri Damasceno; Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço1AtmospheresAtmospheric Detection, ESPRESSO, JWST Target, Spectroscopy View
343The SISTINE Sounding Rocket: The high-energy radiation environment in Sun-like binary systemsPatrick Behr; University of Colorado, Boulder1Star-planet interactionsbinary system, farultraviolet, instrumentation, spectroscopy
345Near-Infrared Transmission Spectroscopy with NIRISS: Disentangling Planetary and Stellar Features in the Era of JWSTMarylou Fournier Tondreau; University of Oxford1JWST ResultsExoplanetary atmospheres, Hot Jupiters, Transmission spectroscopy, Stellar activity View
350The dynamics of the TRAPPIST-1 system in the context of its formationShuo Huang; Leiden Observatory1Formation and evolution planets and satellites: dynamical evolution and s, planets and satellites: formation, planet–disc interactions, protoplanetary discs
351When, where, and how many planets end up in first-order mean motion resonances?Shuo Huang; Leiden Observatory1Demographics & Architectures planets and satellites: dynamical evolution and s, planets and satellites: formation, planet–disc interactions, celestial mechanics
355Exploring Hidden Planet Formation: The JWST/NIRCam Coronagraphic Observations of the HD 163296 SystemTaichi Uyama; California State University Northridge1JWST Resultsdirect imaging, planet formation View
356Searching for Atmospheric Outflow Variability in WASP-69bW. Garrett Levine; Yale University1AtmospheresMassLoss, Metastable He View
357Assessment of He I triplet absorption at 10830Å in escaping atmospheres of hot gaseous exoplanetsAnna Taylor; Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona1AtmospheresExoplanet Atmospheres, Hot Jupiters, Atmospheric escape, Atomic Processes View
358DETECTABLITY OF WATER VAPOR ON TERRESTRIAL EXOPLANETS AROUND GK STARS WITH TIANLINWei Wang; National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences1Future missions/instrumentationexoplanetary atmosphere, terrestrial planets, space mission
360The Progress of East Asian Planet Search NetworkHuan-Yu Teng; National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences1RV and transitsRadial velocity, Evolved stars, Giant planets
364WASP-18b – a test case for deep dynamics and radius inflationLudmila Carone; Space Research Institute (IWF), Graz1Atmospheres3D GCM, Interior, Inflation
369Exotic Planet Candidates from Planet Hunters NGTSSean O’Brien; Queen’s University Belfast1RV and transitscitizen science, transit photometry View
370CHEOPS observations of KELT-20b: an aligned orbit and signs of variability from a reflective daysideVikash Singh; Osservatorio Astrofisico di Catania, INAF1AtmospheresExoplanet Atmospheres, Individual: KELT20b/MASCARA2b, Photometry: CHEOPS and TESS
379HARVY: A Highly-repeatable-Autonomous-extreme-precision-Radial-Velocity-facilitY concept to intensively search for Earth-twins and follow-up transiting planets.Clark Baker; University of Cambridge1Future missions/instrumentationRadial Velocity, EPRV, Spectrograph, Earth Twin
383Spectral follow-up of astrometrically selected planet host candidates using Apache Point Observatory.Anne Peck; New Mexico State University1Direct Imaging and InterferometryAccelerating Stars, Astrometry, Bayesian, Direct Imaging
384Surveying hot Jupiter atmospheres with Keck/KPICLuke Finnerty; UCLA1Atmosphereshighresolution spectroscopy, composition, hot Jupiters, infrared View
390JWST’ first dive into a Water-World atmosphereAmélie Gressier; Space Telescope Science Institute 1JWST ResultsWaterworld, Exoplanet atmosphere, NIRSpec G395H, data reduction View
393Exploring the Lower Planet Size Boundary of Planetary HabitabilityMichelle Hill; University of California Riverside1HabitabilityHabitability, Modeling, Water, Low mass
394Effects of UV Radiation on Sub-Neptune Hazes Through Laboratory ExperimentsLori Huseby; University of Arizona, Lunar & Planetary Laboratory 1Star-planet interactionsExoplanet HazesLaboratory ExperimentsWater WorldsUV Flaring Events View
401Astroclimes – describing the capabilities of our synthetic transmission spectra code for removing telluric linesMarcelo Aron Fetzner Keniger; University of Warwick1OtherTelluric lines, Synthetic transmission spectra
405Characterizing the exoplanetary atmosphere by modeling its H-alpha and He 10830 transmission spectraDongdong Yan; Yunnan Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences1Atmospheresexoplanetary atmosphere Halpha and He 10830, transmission spectra View
411Attractor reconstruction of active stellar light curvesEmily Sandford; University of Cambridge1RV and transitsStellar activity, Time series analysis, Methods View
412Coupling atmospheric retrieval to interior characterization for Super-Earths and Sub-NeptunesMaria Oreshenko; ETH Zurich1AtmospheresCoupling interior and atmosphere, water content
419Chasing for new proxies of the magnetic activity with SPIRouPaul Charpentier; IRAP – CNRS1RV and transitsTechniques: radial velocities, Techniques: spectroscopic, Stars: magnetic fields
421Characterising Polluted White Dwarfs with Machine Learning to Probe Extrasolar GeochemistryMariona Badenas-Agusti; Massachusetts Institute of Technology1Interiorswhite dwarfs, atmospheres, compositions, spectroscopy View
425Refractory abundances of the inner regions of protoplanetary disks.Marbely Micolta; University of Michigan1Formation and evolutionPlanet Formation, Refractory abundances View
427Investigate the Formation of Giant Planets Around M DwarfsTianjun Gan; Tsinghua University1RV and transitsGiant planets, M dwarfs, Demographics View
430Exogeodynamics: simulating dynamical and thermal evolution of rocky exoplanets with various mantle mineralogyRob Spaargaren; University of Groningen1InteriorsRocky exoplanets, Geodynamics, Tectonic regime, Bulk rocky exoplanet composition View
431Vapor equilibrium models of rocky planets growing by pebble accretionMarie-Luise Steinmeyer; Globe Institute, University of Copenhagen1Formation and evolutionpebble accretionrocky planets, atmospheres View
432Two temperate Earth-mass planets orbiting the nearby star GJ Alejandro Suárez Mascareño; Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias1RV and transitsESPRESSO, CARMENES, Earthlike planets, Mdwarfs
435NIRPS takes a look at Proxima Alejandro Suárez Mascareño; Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias1RV and transitsNIRPS, Proxima, Mdwarfs, NIR
436Two transiting super-Earths orbiting the nearby K-dwarf TYC 6398-132-1Alejandro Suárez Mascareño; Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias1RV and transitsESPRESSO, TESS, rocky planets, water worlds
437Know Thy Neighbor: Solar System Analog Observations for Exoplanet ScienceTyler Robinson; University of Arizona1AtmospheresComparative Planetology, Solar System, Planetary Atmospheres, Atmospheric Retrieval View
438The Effects of Kinematic MHD on Eccentric Hot/Ultrahot Jupiter GCMsWillow Houck; University of Maryland1AtmospheresAtmospheric GCMs, Phase Curves, Ultra Hot Jupiters View
442The K2 & TESS Synergy: Uniting NASA’s Planet HuntersErica Thygesen; Michigan State University1RV and transitsEphemerides, Catalogues View
444GJ 526: A Search of Planets in Our Cosmic BackyardAtanas Konstantinov Stefanov; Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias1RV and transitsstellar activity, Mdwarfs, exoplanets, radial velocity
445A close companion to a hot Jupiter?Jan-Vincent Harre; German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Planetary Research1RV and transitsTransit timing variations, Orbital decay, Photometry, CHEOPS
446WASP-4 b’s apparent orbital decay can be explained by the Rømer effectJan-Vincent Harre; German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Planetary Research1RV and transitsTransit timing variations, Orbital decay, Photometry,
447The interplay between pebble and planetesimal accretion in giant planet formationAndrin Kessler; University of Bern1Formation and evolutionPebble accretion, Giant planet formation, Planetary migration, Population synthesis
449The Influence of Photometry on Deconfusion of Directly Imaged Multi-Planet SystemsSamantha Hasler; Massachusetts Institute of Technology1Direct Imaging and Interferometrydirect imaging, orbit determination, photometry View
452A New Era in Exoplanet Characterization with the Habitable Worlds ObservatorySearra Foote; University of Arizona1Future missions/instrumentationexoplanets, planetary atmospheres, NASA Habitable Worlds Observatory View
454Tracking Tropical Cyclones in High-resolution GCM Simulations of TRAPPIST-1e with Varying Levels of Atmospheric CO2Cole Smith; The University of Maryland1AtmospheresTropical Cyclones, Hurricanes, TRAPPIST1e, ExoCAM View
457The Not-So Dramatic Effect of Advective Flows on Gas AccretionVincent Savignac; McGill University1Formation and evolutionGas accretion, Atmospheric recycling, superEarths and miniNeptunes
458The Tianlin Mission: a 6m class UV-to-NIR Space Telescope for Habitable Worlds and Extraterrestrial LifesWei Wang; National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences1Future missions/instrumentationspace telescope; habitable worlds; biosignature, coronagraph, exoplanets
460Early Solar System dynamical instability triggered by dispersal of the gaseous protoplanetary diskBeibei Liu; Zhejiang University1Formation and evolutionsolar system evolutiongiant planet migration View
464Atmospheric inhomogeneities and observational degeneracies from CRIRES+ observations of the hot Jupiter WASP-189bFabio Lesjak; Institut für Astrophysik und Geophysik Göttingen1AtmospheresAtmospheric retrieval, Ultrahot Jupiter, High resolution, Atmospheric dynamics
465Panopticon: a machine learning model to detect transits in PLATO light curveHugo Vivien; Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille1RV and transitsTransit: detection, Space mission, Machine Learning
466Stellar activity and planetary signals investigated through TOI1727, a solar-like star with a rocky planet.Alix Freckelton; University of Birmingham1RV and transitsradial velocity, transit, stellar activity View
468Temperate exoplanets: golden targets for linking observations and modelingSolène Ulmer-Moll; Space Research and Planetary Sciences, Physics Institute, University of Bern1RV and transitsCharacterization, Gas giants
469Forming Clouds with Theory and Laboratory MeasurementsErika Kohler; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center1AtmospheresLaboratory, Vapor Pressures, Refractory Clouds
471The phases of an ultra-hot gas giant from the optical to the mid-infraredAdrien Deline; University of Geneva1AtmospheresWASP18 b, Ultrahot Jupiter, Phase curve
478Like a wrecking ball: understanding giant planets as the key to finding EarthsRob Wittenmyer; University of Southern Queensland1Habitabilitygiant planets, radial velocities, habitability
485The spin-orbit angle distribution of close-in exoplanets under the lens of tidesOmar Attia; University of Geneva1Demographics & Architecturesspinorbit, obliquity, tides, statistics
486Exploring Ionospheric Conductivity in Giant Exoplanets: Implications for Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Dynamics and Energy BalanceLeonardos Gkouvelis; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat 1AtmospheresGiant exoplanets, Upper atmosphere, Ionosphere, Magnetosphere
487Exploring Atmospheric Stability and Habitable Topography on Tidally Locked Rocky ExoplanetsLeonardos Gkouvelis; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat 1HabitabilityRocky exoplanets, Tidally locked, Atmospheric stabilityhabitability
488K2-155: a curious transiting system observed with Maroon-XNicola Nari; Light Bridges S.L.1RV and transitsK2, MAROONXRV + transits
491Are there planets around hot subdwarfs?Valerie Van Grootel; ULiège1Formation and evolutionEvolution after the RGB phase, Starplanet interactions
493TI-DYE: an all-sky search for planets in nearby young associationsMadyson Barber; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1Formation and evolutionyoung planets, evolution, transits
501Preliminary result obtained through high-resolution cross-correlation spectroscopy of hot Jupiter, WASP-69b, using Gemini-S/IGRINSYeon-Ho Choi; Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute1AtmospheresHighresolution crosscorrelation spectroscopy, transit
502Using high resolution cross correlation spectroscopy to probe oxygen fugacity regimes in lava ocean worldsSpandan Dash; University of Warwick1Atmosphereshigh resolution cross correlation spectroscopy, atmosphereinterior connection, lava ocean worlds View
504An ESPRESSO view of the HD 189733 systemEduardo Cristo; Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço, Universidade do Porto, CAUP1AtmospheresAtmospheres, Orbital Architecture, RossiterMcLaughlin effect, Stellar Surfaces View
509Looking at the impact of stellar activity on radial velocities : SPIRou/SOPHIE measurements of EV-lac
Pierre Larue; IPAG1RV and transitsStellar activity, SPIRou, SOPHIE, Line By Line
516A search for transiting planets around hot subdwarfsAntoine Thuillier; Université de Liège1Star-planet interactionsPostRGB stars, Transits View
517Using high-contrast binaries to improve the characterisation of exoplanet atmospheresDaniel Sebastian; University Of Birmingham1Atmospheresexoplanet atmospheres, binaries, circumbinary planets, spectroscopic View
519The impact of convection on the climate of a tidally locked planet in stretched-mesh
Denis Sergeev; University of Exeter1AtmospheresPlanetary atmospheres, Convection, Clouds, General Circulation Models (GCMs) View
520The quest of life-as-we-know-it outside the Solar system: the time-evolution of the ultraviolet habitable zone Riccardo Spinelli; INAF 1HabitabilityAbiogenesis, Astrobiology, Starplanet interaction, Ultraviolet View
525Probing the Nature of Young Puffy Planets Through Theoretical Mass ConstraintsAmalia Karalis; McGill University1Formation and evolutionYoung planets, Starplanet connectionEnvelope evolution
535DIPSY: A new Disc Instability Population SYnthesisOliver Schib; University of Bern1Formation and evolutionPlanet Formation, Disc Instability, Protoplanetary Discs, Giant Planets View
536Two of a kind: parallel transmission spectra of a single transitDominique Petit dit de la Roche; University of Geneva2AtmospheresTransmission spectrum, Observation, Groundbased, WASP69 View
537The stability of water-rich atmospheresAntonio García Muñoz; CEA Paris-Saclay2Atmospheresstability, longterm, escape, evolution
539Unraveling the Dust-Gas Dynamics in the Rings of Protoplanetary DisksMaya Tatarelli; McGill University2Formation and evolutionProtoplanetary disks, Dust ring formation, Hydrodynamic simulations, Dustgas fluid interaction
540Disequilibrium chemistry modelling indicates a carbon-rich atmosphere on WASP-69bNidhi Bangera; Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences2AtmospheresChemical disequilibrium, photochemistry, eddy diffusion View
546On the Planet-Forming Environment of the Milky Way’s Thick DiskTim Hallatt; McGill University2Formation and evolutionprotoplanetary disksphotoevaporation, demographics, planet formation
547Modeling Heterogeneities of Habitable Exoplanets in Polarized Reflected LightKenneth Goodis Gordon; University of Central Florida2HabitabilitySpectropolarimetry, Habitable planets, Exoplanets, Radiative Transfer
548The evolution of hot Jupiters revealed by the age distribution of their host starsDi-Chang Chen; Nanjing University2Formation and evolutionhot Jupiters, planet formation and evolution, starplanet connection View
549The Occurrence and Architecture of Kepler Planetary Systems as a Function of Kinematic Age
Di-Chang Chen; Nanjing University; Ji-Wei Xie; Nanjing University2Demographics & ArchitecturesStatistical, Planetary systems, Planetstar interactions View
555Red Dwarf Upside-Down Cake: M Dwarf Evolution from a Brown Dwarf PerspectiveChristopher Davis; University of California Santa Cruz1Star-planet interactionsM dwarfs, stellar evolution, brown dwarfs View
561The diversity of Neptune-sized ExoplanetsLuigi Mancini; University of Rome “Tor Vergata”1RV and transitsNeptunesized exoplanets View
562Planetary Perturbers – searching for flaring star-planet interaction with Kepler and TESSEkaterina Ilin; Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON)2Star-planet interactionsflares, magnetic starplanet interaction, Kepler, TESS
563XO-7 as a possible multi-object planetary system characterized with TESS and MUSICOS/SPZoltán Garai; HUN-REN-ELTE Exoplanet Research Group2RV and transitsmethods: observational, techniques: photometric, techniques: radial velocities, planets and satellites: individual: XO7b View
564TOI-2015 b: A sub-Neptune-desert planet around an M-dwarf star with large TTVsKhalid Barkaoui; Astrobiology Research Unit, Université de Liège, Allée du 6 Août 19C2RV and transitsExoplanet, Photometry, Radial velocity, TTVs
568Atmospheric variability in an exoplanet.Quentin Changeat; European Space Agency – STScI2Atmospheresexoplanet atmosphere, variability, data analysis
570A physical cloud model for atmosphere retrievalHelong Huang; Tsinghua University2AtmospheresExoplanet atmosphere, Cloud model
574Observability of substructures in planet-forming disk in (sub)cm wavelength with SKA and ngVLAYinhao Wu; University of Leicester2Future missions/instrumentationsimobserve, Protoplanetary disks, Hydrodynamics
575Planet migration in windy diskYinhao Wu; University of Leicester2Formation and evolutionplanetdisk interaction, planet migration, MHD disk wind
577The Impact of possible Orographic Gravity Waves on Rocky Exoplanetary Circulation pattern.Leonardos Gkouvelis; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat ; Can Akin; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat 2AtmospheresRocky exoplanets, General circulation models
578Understanding the Planetary Formation and Evolution in Star Clusters(UPiC)Yuan-Zhe Dai; Nanjing University2Formation and evolutionExoplanet evolution, Exoplanet catalogs, Open star clusters View
582Eclipse Mapping of Exoplanets with Smoothness Optimised by Cross-ValidationMark Hammond; University of Oxford2AtmospheresEclipse Mapping, Hot Jupiters View
584Searching for magnetic star-planet interaction with radio in the CARMENES sampleLuis Peña-Moñino; IAA-CSIC; Miguel Pérez-Torres; IAA-CSIC2Star-planet interactionsSPI, Radio, CARMENES
587Unveiling the internal structure of the three planets transiting HIP 29442 with CHEOPSJo Ann Egger; Weltraumforschung und Planetologie, Physikalisches Institut, Universität Bern2RV and transitsTechniques: photometric, Planets and satellites: interior, Planets and satelllites: formation, Planetary systems View
588The formation of transiting circumplanetary debris discs from the disruption of satellite systemsAlexander Mustill; Lund University2Demographics & ArchitecturesDynamics, Transits, Exomoons View
593Refining the planetary mass-metallicity relation for giant planetsSolène Ulmer-Moll; Space Research and Planetary Sciences, Physics Institute, University of Bern2InteriorsInterior modeling, Gas giants
596Getting to know long-period giant planets with Hipparcos-Gaia astrometryAlexander Venner; University of Southern Queensland2Microlensing and AstrometryAstrometry, Giant Planets
598Investigating Star-Planet Compositional Ties for Systems with Iron-Poor Host StarsDaisy Turner; University of Birmingham2Star-planet interactionsironpoor stars, stellar abundances, small planets
601Transiting giant planets around low-mass starsYolanda Frensch; Geneva Observatory2RV and transitsGiant planets, Lowmass stars View
605First SPACE Program results: a near-infrared transmission spectrum of the hot sub-Neptune HD 86226cKim Angelique Kahle; Max Planck Institute for Astronomy2AtmospheresSubNeptunes, Individual: HD 86226c, Techniques: transmission spectroscopy, Atmospheres View
609The first transmission spectrum of TRAPPIST-1c using JWST NIRISS/SOSSJake Taylor; University of Oxford2JWST ResultsAtmospheres, TRAPPIST1
610Impacting Atmospheres: Linking Solid Accretion During Planet Formation to Exoplanet Composition
Emilia Vlahos; McGill University2AtmospheresNeptune Atmospheres, Planetesimal Accretion, Pebble Accretion, Planet Formation View
611TOI-332b: a super dense Neptune found deep within the Neptunian desertAres Osborn; McMaster University2RV and transitsNeptunian desert, Planet discovery View
612Spectroscopic binning and retrieval sensitivityJack Davey; University College London (UCL)2AtmospheresRetrievals, Binning, Transit, Spectroscopy View
613Probing gas giant atmospheres using sulfur chemistryRens Waters; Radboud University2Atmosphereshot gas giant atmospheres, transit spectroscopy, photochemistry, planet formation View
616First discovery by NIRPS : TOI-756c, an eccentric warm giant companion to the TESS Sub-Neptune.Léna PARC; University of Geneva2RV and transitsDetection and Characterization, NIRPS, SubNeptune, Warm eccentric giant View
619Measuring XUV irradiation and modelling the atmospheric escape and evolution it drivesGeorge King; University of Michigan2Formation and evolutionAtmospheric escape, XUV irradiation, Neptunian desert, Radius valley View
631Short-Period Brown Dwarf Companions as a Context for Observing Flare-Driven Photochemistry in AtmospheresAidan Gibbs; University of California, Los Angeles2Star-planet interactionsplanet star interactions, brown dwarfs, stellar flares, planetary atmospheres View
6363D Simulations of Exoplanetary Atmosphere EscapeFabienne Nail; Univsersity of Amsterdam2Atmospheresatmospheric escape, helium observations
639Investigating the climate of WASP-18 b in 3DLennart Van Sluijs; University of Michigan2AtmospheresUltra hot Jupiters, Atmospheric dynamics, Global Circulation Model, NIR observations
641Exploring the Mornings and Evenings of Distant ExoplanetsNestor Espinoza; Space Telescope Science Institute2AtmospheresTransit Spectroscopy, JWST, Exoplanet atmospheres, Exoplanet interiors
642Non-LTE hydrodynamic XUV-evaporation of exoplanet secondary atmospheresRichard Chatterjee; University of Oxford2Atmosphereshydrodynamic onset, nitrogen escape, atomic line cooling, cosmic shoreline
648Explaining JWST observations of 55 Cancri e using self-consistent atmospheric models.Mantas Zilinskas; SRON2AtmospheresJWST, 55 Cancri e, Atmospheres, Rocky planets
649Improving Low-mass Star Exoplanet Hosts’ Masses and Radii Through the Combination of Gaia and TESSStephen Schmidt; Johns Hopkins University2RV and transitsExoplanet Host Stars
655Unmasking stellar activity in extreme precision Doppler spectroscopy using Neural NetworksJordi Blanco-Pozo; Institute of Space Sciences (ICE-CSIC)2RV and transitsStellar activity, Machine Learning
660A reanalysis of the spectral characteristics of the ultra-cool dwarf TRAPPIST-1Fatemeh Davoudi; Unversity of Liege2JWST ResultsTRAPPIST1, JWST
661WASP-69b: global modelling of helium escape as seen with NIRPSYann Carteret; Observatoire Astronomique de l’Université de Genève2AtmospheresHighResolution Transmission Spectroscopy, Helium, Photoevaporation, NIRPS View
663Unraveling the influence of atmospheric escape on heavy metal evolution in warm (super-)NeptunesAmy Louca; Leiden University2Formation and evolutionAtmospheric escape, Atmospheric evolution, Gaseous exoplanets, Atmospheric simulations
666Exploration of possible atmospheres on TRAPPIST-1bAlice Maurel; Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris2AtmospheresTRAPPIST1
669The Rossiter-McLaughlin effect and exoplanet transits: a delicate association at medium and low spectral resolution.Yann Carteret; Observatoire Astronomique de l’Université de Genève2AtmospheresRossiterMcLaughlin, Low resolution spectroscopy, HD209458b, View
674Characterising young transiting exoplanet host stars within the GAPS projectSimone Filomeno; Università degli Studi di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’2Star-planet interactionsstellar abundances, stellar parameters, stellar atmospheres, spectroscopy
681From Dust to exoplanetary System, Planet Formation in Dust Rings Informed by Alma Observations.Nicolas Kaufmann; University of Bern2Formation and evolutionplanet formation, ALMA, planetesimal formation, embryo formation
683A planetary-mass candidate around a young solar-mass binaryPengyu Liu; Leiden University2Direct Imaging and Interferometrydirect imaging, binary stars, astrometry
686Clouds and Clarity: Revisiting Atmospheric Feature Trends in Neptune-size ExoplanetsJonathan Brande; University of Kansas2AtmospheresExoplanet Transit Spectra, Atmospheric Aerosols
687A hot sub-Saturn in the middle of the Neptunian desertIlaria Carleo; IAC 2RV and transitsNeptunian desert
688Forging planets in FornacisPengyu Liu; Leiden University2Direct Imaging and Interferometryplanet searching, open cluster, young stars
689The PPOLs Model of Pebble Accretion for Water Delivery to Inner Planet CoresSean McCloat; University of North Dakota2Demographics & Architecturessystem architecture, pebble accretion, water
690Three temperature radiation hydrodynamics with PLUTO: planet induced rings, gaps, and shadows in disks
Dhruv Muley; Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie2Formation and evolutionprotoplanetary disks, radiative transfer, hydrodynamics View
698Inspiration through space science: exoplanet themed education activities for secondary studentsKate Isaak; European Space Agency (ESTEC)2OtherCheops, educationinspirationactivities View
700Analyzing Opacity Model Sensitivity in JWST Transmission and Emission SpectraAaron Householder; Massachusetts Institute of Technology2JWST ResultsJWST, Atmoshperes, Opacity models
702The Coupled Impacts of Atmospheric Composition and Obliquity on the Climate Dynamics of TRAPPIST-1eTobi Hammond; University of Maryland2AtmospheresTerrestrial Exoplanets, Exoplanet Atmospheres, Habitability
704Chaotic Type I Migration in Turbulent DiscsYinhao Wu; University of Leicester2Star-planet interactionsplanetdisk interaction, planet migration, Hydrodynamics
707PEGASUS: PHOENIX EUV Grid And Stellar UV SpectraSarah Peacock; University of Maryland Baltimore County2Star-planet interactionsUltraviolet, Low mass stars View
710Revealing the chemistry of DoAr33: a system with an intermediate C/O ratioMaria Jose Colmenares Diaz; University of Michigan2JWST Resultsprotoplanetary disks, astrochemistry
715The impact of stellar spot-crossings on planet transmission spectraCatriona Murray; University of Colorado Boulder2Star-planet interactionsJWST, Transmission Spectroscopy, Stellar Contamination, Cool Stars View
716Fast Fractal Clouds: Aggregate Aerosols in the Virga Cloud Code
Sarah E. Moran; Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona2Atmospheresclouds, modeling, hazes
721Wave propagation and transmission in a rotating polytropic spherical shellYuru Xu; Beijing Normal University2Formation and evolutionPlanetary interiors, Rotation, Internal waves
729When do planetary systems become debris disks?Carsten Dominik; University of Amsterdam2Demographics & ArchitecturesPlanet Formation, Planetary systems View
731Variability and Spectroscopic Modeling of Brown Dwarf AtmospheresXianyu Tan; Shanghai Jiao Tong University2AtmospheresBrown Dwarf, Variability, Spectrum, Giant Planet View
732The first results from high-resolution transmission spectra of the sub-Neptune GJ 3090b with VLT/CRIRES+Luke Parker; University of Oxford2AtmospheressubNeptunes, HighResolution Spectroscopy, Transmission Spectroscopy
739Homogeneous and precise characterization of exoplanet hosting stars within the Ariel and GAPS projectsKatia Biazzo; INAF-Astronomical Observatory of Rome2Star-planet interactionsElemental abundances, Fundamental parameters, Kinematic properties, Formation and evolution
744Cross-correlations and JWST: an alternate route towards atmospheric compositionEmma Esparza-Borges; Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias2JWST ResultsAtmospheres, Crosscorrelations, Transmission spectroscopy View
746What PDS 70 can tell us about hot- and cold-start formation modelsJonas Sauter; Max Planck Institute for Astronomy2Direct Imaging and InterferometryExoplanet formation, PDS 70, Orbit determination
748HeI survey of planets on the Neptunian desert’s edge considering stellar activity with GIARPSGloria Guilluy; INAF-OATO2Atmospheresphotoevaporation, atmospheres, stellar activity
750Circumbinary planet occurrence rates and detection limitsMatthew Standing; European Space Agency2RV and transitsRadial velocity, Transits, Circumbinary planets, Detection limits View
751Hunting exoplanets around Ultracool Dwarfs with RV NIR-spectrographsRoberto Varas; Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía2RV and transitsUltracool Dwarfsnearinfraredspectrographs, exoplanets View
752Prediction and search for free-floating planetsQiyue Qian; Tsinghua University2Microlensing and AstrometryFreefloating planets, Microlensing
757Multi-physics interaction between planetary atmospheres and their host stars.Alexandre Gillet; CEA2Star-planet interactionsEscape processes, Mass loss, Secondary ionisationMHD simulations
760K-Stacker’s multi-epoch recombination, and enhanced contrast capabilities for the E-ELT.
Hervé Le Coroller; LAM2Direct Imaging and Interferometryexoplanets, High contrast imaging, EELT, coronagraph View
769The quest for the He I 10830 triplet in exoplanetsJorge Sanz-Forcada; Centro de Astrobiología, CSIC-INTA2Atmospheresplanet atmospheres, stars: coronae, astrobiology, Extreme Ultraviolet Astronomy View
770Influences of data processing techniques on the interpretation of atmospheric spectra from JWSTSimon Schleich; University of Vienna2AtmospheresAtmospheric retrieval, JWST, Data reduction
775Inner Edges of Planetary Systems: Architectures and Stellar-Mass-DependenceMengfei Sun; School of Astronomy and Space Science, Nanjing University2Demographics & Architecturesexoplants, inner edges, planetary systems, statistical View
777Sub-Neptune populations resulting from magma-atmosphere chemical couplingKaustubh Hakim; KU Leuven / Royal Observatory of Belgium2AtmospheresMagmaAtmosphere Coupling, SubNeptunes, Atmospheric Chemistry, Observable Signatures
782Rossiter-McLaughlin observations with FEROS
Melissa Janice Hobson; Observatoire de Genève2Demographics & Architecturesspinorbit alignment, RossiterMcLaughlin, transiting planets
788Measuring Rotation and Wind Velocities on Exoplanets through Occultations Observed at High Spectral ResolutionVincent Yariv; IPAG2AtmospheresHigh Resolution Spectroscopy, Occultation, Rotation, Hot Jupiters
789Kepler and Beyond: An Updated View of Earth-sized Planets in the Habitable ZoneGalen Bergsten; Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, The University of Arizona2Demographics & Architectureseta_Earth, Earthsized Planets
791Making a MESS out of TESS: Searching for microlensing by free-floating planets with TESSWilliam DeRocco; University of California, Santa Cruz2Microlensing and AstrometryFreefloating planets, Microlensing, TESS
792Direct Simulation Monte Carlo modelling of exoplanetary atmospheresLeander Schlarmann; University of Bern2AtmospheresPlanetary atmospheres, Lava worlds, DSMC
793Midnight Molecules: Photodissociations and Transport-Induced Chemistry on Hot ExoplanetsRobin Baeyens; University of Amsterdam2Atmospheresatmospheric characterization, chemical composition, atmospheric circulation, photochemistry View
794A formally motivated retrieval framework applied to the high resolution transmission spectrum of HD189733bDoriann Blain; Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie2RV and transitsHighresolution, Infrared, Atmospheres, Data analysis View
795Mapping Exoplanet Atmospheres with Direct Ground-based ObservationsBen Sutlieff; University of Edinburgh2Direct Imaging and InterferometryDirect imaging, Exoplanet atmospheres, Brown dwarfs, High angular resolution View
796New Kids on the Block: The Emerging Planets of Ursa MajorMelinda Soares-Furtado; University of Wisconsin-Madison2Demographics & Architecturesyoung exoplanets, moving groups, transit detections
801The Uncharted Worlds JWST Direct Imaging Survey for Sub-Jupiter Mass ExoplanetsAarynn L Carter; University of California, Santa Cruz2JWST ResultsJWST, Direct Imaging, SubJupiters, Exoplanet Atmospheres
804The Role of Orbital Dynamics In Planetary HabitabilityStephen Kane; University of California, Riverside2Habitabilityplanetary habitability, orbital dynamics, Habitable Zone
806Unsupervised reduction and sensitivity analysis of astrochemical networks for exoplanets
Arturo Lira Barria; KU Leuven2AtmospheresAstrochemistry, Numerical methods, Composition, Atmospheres View
808Phase shifts between RVs and stellar variability indicatorsAnnelies Mortier; University of Birmingham2RV and transitsRadial Velocity, Stellar Variability, Activity Indicators, HARPSN View
812Towards Transiting Tatooines: A search for circumbinary planets with TESSDominic Oddo; University of New Mexico2Demographics & ArchitecturesCircumbinary planets, Transits
815Exploring Systematic Errors in the Inferred Parameters of the Transiting PlanetsAlison Duck; The Ohio State University2RV and transitsTransits, Systematic Uncertainties, Host Stars View
823Predicting and Finding Temperate Terrestrial Planets and Optimizing Their Future EPRV ObservationsJeremy Dietrich; Arizona State University2Demographics & ArchitecturesArchitectures, RV View
826K2-22b: A Rocky World Inside OutNick Tusay; Penn State University2JWST ResultsTransmission Spectroscopy, Disintegrating Planet, Interiors, Rocky Worlds
827Hyper-realistic simulations of observations of exoplanet atmospheresVincent Kofman; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center2AtmospheresSpectroscopy, General circulations models
829Rocky Planet or Water World? The Observability of Low-Density Lava World AtmospheresAnjali Piette; Carnegie Earth & Planets Laboratory2AtmospheresLava worlds, Atmosphereinterior interactions, SuperEarths, Water worlds
838Ultraviolet to Infrared Atmosphere Spectroscopy of the Hot-Neptune LTT 9779bMichael Radica; Université de Montréal2JWST ResultsHot Neptune, JWST, HST, Atmosphere View
843 Dynamics and Origins of the Near-resonant Kepler PlanetsMax Goldberg; California Institute of Technology2Formation and evolutionOrbital resonances, Transit timing variations, Exoplanet dynamics
851Uncovering the Obliquity Distribution of Hot Stars with Massive Hot Jupiters and Brown DwarfsSteven Giacalone; California Institute of Technology2Demographics & ArchitecturesStellar obliquity, Planet migration, Hot Jupiters, Brown Dwarfs
853Imaging protoplanets from space: the HALPHA survey and beyondYifan Zhou; University of Virginia2Direct Imaging and Interferometrydirect imaging, planet formation, gas giant planets, protoplanetary disks View
855Unravelling the atmospheres of rocky planets with real gas equations of state and solubilityDan Bower; ETH Zurich2Atmospheresinterioratmosphere coupling, solubilities, real gas eos, rocky planets View
861The impact of rotation and magnetic fields on the radial velocity jitter in cool starsHenrik Ruh; Institut für Astrophysik und Geophysik2RV and transitsstars: lowmass, stars: activity, stars: magnetic field, techniques: radial velocities
868Reassessing Water Worlds: Machine Learning Analysis of Small Planets around M-type StarsSilke Dainese; Aarhus University, Department of Physics and Astronomy2Demographics & ArchitecturesWater Worlds, Planetary Diversity, Machine Learning
869Atmospheres of ultra-hot rocky exoplanets as windows into their interiorFabian Seidler; ETH Zürich2Atmospheresatmosphereinterior interaction, lava planets, hot rocky exoplanets
871On-Sky performances and science objectives of the new nIR spectrograph NIRPS François Bouchy; Geneva Observatory2Future missions/instrumentationnIR spectrograph, radial velocity View
875Is there Glory in the atmosphere of WASP-76 b ?Vikash Singh; INAF, Osservatorio Astrofisico di Catania; Ludmila Carone; Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences2AtmospheresUltrahot Jupiter, Reflected light, Cloud, Hazes and Condensation, Phase curve
881Unveiling young exoplanet atmospheres with high dispersion spectroscopyJiacheng Peng; Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Bologna2AtmospheresPlanet Atmosphere, Young Planet, Highdispersion Spectroscopy, Planet Formation
885Ask Gaia: The first chatbot for astrophysicsSimon Albrecht; Aarhus University2OtherArtificial Intelligence, Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG), Gaia View
887WASP-193b: The lightest hot Jupiter ever found Francisco J. Pozuelos; Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía-CSIC2RV and transitsHotJupiter, formation, evolution, JWST
889Exoplanet Detection and Mass Measurements with the FOCES spectrograph at the Wendelstein ObservatoryLuis Thomas; University Observatory Munich, LMU2RV and transitsExoplanet Detection, TESS followup, combcalibrated spectrograph
890Does atmospheric composition actually trace formation? Observing aligned vs misaligned hot Jupiters as a testbedEva-Maria Ahrer; Max Planck Institute for Astronomy2AtmospheresExoplanet atmospheres, Exoplanet formation, Exoplanet migration
891The Paranal solar ESPRESSO Telescope – towards a resolved view of the SunAndré M. Silva; Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço2Future missions/instrumentationSolar telescope, Stellar activity, Instrumentation View
894Internal fractionation of atmosphere-forming volatile elements on low-mass exoplanetsTim Lichtenberg; University of Groningen2Interiorslowmass exoplanets, magma ocean, atmosphere formation, interior evolution
903HD 22946 d: a 47-day transiting warm sub-Neptune confirmed by TESS and CHEOPSZoltán Garai; HUN-REN-ELTE Exoplanet Research Group2Demographics & Architecturesmethods: observational, techniques: photometric, planets and satellites: detection, planets and satellites: fundamental parameters View
904The challenge of long-period exoplanets: Rossiter-McLaughlin observation of the 542 days period exoplanet HIP41378fSalomé Grouffal; Aix-Marseille University 2RV and transitsRossiterMcLaughlin, PLATO, longperiods planets, HIP41378
90620 years of CORALIE RVs measurements: the outer companions of Hot Jupiters.Léna PARC; University of Geneva2Demographics & ArchitecturesHot Jupiters, Outer companion, Longterm RV followup, Dynamical interactions View
909Is GJ3090b a water world? Four transits with JWST will take on this questionEva-Maria Ahrer; Max Planck Institute for Astronomy3JWST Resultsexoplanet atmospheres, water worlds, transmission spectroscopy
910The 12CO/13CO in directly-imaged planets and brown dwarfsDarío González Picos; Leiden University2Atmospheresatmosphere, highresolution, directimaging, isotopologues View
912Measuring tracers of planet formation in the atmosphere of WASP-77AbBilly Edwards; SRON, Netherlands Institute of Space Research2JWST ResultsAtmospheric Composition, Elemental Ratios, Planet Formation
915A pair of massive planets around a Sun-like star from the WINE surveyJan Eberhardt; Max-Planck-Institute for Astronomy2RV and transitsExoplanet detection, Radial velocities, Transit, Dynamics
921Probing super-Jupiter formation: Unraveling the mechanisms through a homogeneous atmospheric analysis.Paulina Palma Bifani; Laboratoire Lagrange2AtmospheresFormation and evolution, C/O ratioPhysical properties, Spectral library View
928Robustness of the CO2-H2O-O3 Triple Signature as an Exoplanetary BiomarkerBenjamin Taysum; Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt (DLR)2AtmospheresBiosignatures, Rocky exoplanets
931Design and on-sky performance of the high-contrast imaging modes of the new VLT/ERIS instrumentJean Hayoz; ETH Zürich2Direct Imaging and InterferometryDirect imaging, Instrument, Coronagraph View
932NIRISS vs WFC3 – Exoplanet Showdown : A Comparative Analysis of Transmission SpectraChloe Fisher; University of Oxford2AtmospheresRetrievals, JWST, HST
934Leveraging a 3D Global-Climate-Model for climate studies of hot giant gaseous exoplanets and brown dwarfsLucas Teinturier; Lesia, Observatoire De Paris2Atmospheresgiant planets, brown dwarfs, numerical simulations, clouds
937Metal-rich stars are less friendly to life: The UV paradoxAnna Shapiro; Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research (MPS)2AtmospheresEarthlike atmosphere, metallicity, habitability
939Astrometric jitter due to magnetic activity for Sun-like starsSowmya Krishnamurthy; Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research2Microlensing and AstrometryStellar activity, Astrometric jitter
945A new metric for assessing planetary surface habitabilityHannah Woodward; Birkbeck, University of London2Habitabilityhabitable zone, climate models, astrobiology, limits of life View
949Transit Photometry at the Wendelstein ObservatoryLaura Schöller; University Observatory Munich2RV and transitsExoplanet Detection, TESS followup, multiband photometry View
950Connecting the Atmosphere, Interior, and Outflow of the Dying Ultrahot Jupiter HAT-P-67 bZafar Rustamkulov; Johns Hopkins University3AtmospheresTransits, Ultrahot Jupiters, HST
951 Enhancing Exoplanet Atmospheric Characterization with Machine Learning TechniquesAntónia Vojteková; University College London3AtmospheresExoplanetary Atmospheres, Disequilibrium Chemistry, Machine Learning, Atmospheric Retrieval Techniques View
953Exploring TESS’ contribution to ground surveysNicole Schanche; CRESST-II UMD3RV and transitsTESS, WASP, groundbased surveys
954Drifts of the sub-stellar points of the TRAPPIST-1 planetsAlexandre Revol; Geneva Observatory3Star-planet interactionsTides
957Decoding atmospheric compositional gradient of close-in gas-giant archetypesHinna Shivkumar; University of Amsterdam3AtmospheresHotJupiters, Atmospheric Chemistry, Phase Curves,
958Exploring beyond! Advancements in exoplanet detection in the SHINE High-Contrast Imaging survey through RSM frameworkMariam Sabalbal; Université de Liège2Direct Imaging and Interferometryhigh contrast imaging, image postprocessing, exoplanet detection View
959A Bayesian model for RV extractionAndré M. Silva; Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço3RV and transitsRV extraction, Spectral modelling View
961The ExoMol Database: developments and the 2024 data releaseJingxin Zhang; University College London2OtherExoMol, exoplanet, line list, highresolution View
963Changing disc compositions via internal photoevaporationJulia Lienert; Max Planck Institute for Astronomy3Formation and evolutionprotoplanetary discs, internal photoevaporation View
964On the effect of star spots on transit detection in the context of PLATOGeert Jan Talens; University of Oxford3RV and transitstransits, star spots, modelling, PLATO View
967High-resolution exploration of sub-Neptunes’ atmospheres with NIRPSDany Mounzer; Observatoire Astronomique de l’Université de Genève3AtmospheresSubNeptunes, HighResolution Transmission Spectroscopy, Helium, MultiWavelength View
968Interior of Jupiter and new equations of state: what consequences for exoplanets?Saburo Howard; Institute for Computational Science, Zürich Universität3InteriorsJupiter, Equation of state, Exoplanets, Interiors
971Modeling giant exoplanets self consistently.Christian Wilkinson; LESIA3InteriorsInteriors, Atmospheres, Composition, Physical evolution
973Global 3D MHD dynamo simulations of Hot-Jupiter in different evolutionary timesAlbert Elias-López; Insitute of Space Sciences2InteriorsGlobal 3D MHD simulation, HotJupiters, Planetary dynamos, Gigayear evolution View
976Your Opportunities with ESA’s CHEOPSTheresa Luftinger ; ESA/ESTEC; Ana Heras; ESA2OtherESA, CHEOPS, Space Mission, Photometry View
977CALM thy stars: a new spectral-based stellar variability modeling method for RV searchesZoë L. de Beurs; Massachusetts Institute of Technology3RV and transitsstellar variability, radial velocities, machine learning, activity
983Volatile Solubility Experiments on Planetary Melt Analogs and Implications for Rocky Exoplanet Interior-Atmosphere ConnectionsMaggie Thompson; ETH-Zürich3AtmospheresMagma Exoplanets, Volatiles, Solubility View
984ESA PLATO Mission: Data access and community involvementAna M. Heras; ESA/ESTEC2Future missions/instrumentationRV and transits, Demographics & Architectures, Interiors, Formation and evolution View
988Three new super-Earths from TESS and ESPRESSOMelissa Janice Hobson; Observatoire de Genève3RV and transitsEPRV, transiting planets, active stars, superEarths View
992The architecture of the multiplanetary system GJ 9827.
María Rosa Zapatero Osorio; Centro de Astrobiología, CSIC-INTA3Demographics & Architecturesplanetary transit, high precision radial velocity
993MANGOS: The sweet taste of giants orbiting M dwarfsGeorgina Dransfield; Univeristy of Birmingham3Demographics & ArchitecturesLowmass stars, Transit photometry, Detection and Discovery, Giant Planets
995The Exoplanet Exposure Triangle: Optimising ground-based spectroscopic observations of transiting exoplanets through exposure cadenceLinn Boldt-Christmas; Uppsala University3RV and transitsAtmospheres, High resolution spectroscopy, Methodology, Observations View
996Spright: a probabilistic mass-density-radius relation for small planetsHannu Parviainen; University of la Laguna3Demographics & ArchitecturesSmall exoplanets, Waterrich planets, Massdensity relation, Software tools
997New exoplanet candidates? Deep learning exploration of the SHINE high-contrast imaging surveyCarles Cantero Mitijans; Université de Liège3Direct Imaging and InterferometryHigh Contrast Imaging, image postprocessing, Exoplanet Detection
1001GJ 724 b: the most eccentric single-planet around an M dwarfPaula Gorrini; Institut für Astrophysik und Geophysik, Georg-August-Universität3RV and transitsdetection View
1006A comprehensive homogeneous investigation of orbital ephemeris and transmission spectrum of WASP-19 b.Anitha Raj Rajkumar; Universidad de Atacama3Star-planet interactionsOrbital Decay, Transmission Spectroscopy, Exoplanet atmospheres, Ultrahot Jupiters
1010Enhancing Exoplanet Detection Beyond TESS: Insights from SPECULOOS on M-dwarf Occurrence RatesMaddy Scott; University of Birmingham3Demographics & Architecturesoccurence rates, mdwarfs, longperiod planet
1012Hot Jupiters and their close friendsJudith Korth; Lund University 3Demographics & Architecturestransit timing variations, hot Jupiters
1014Spectral Characterization of the Young Giant Planet AF Leporis bEric Nielsen; New Mexico State University3Direct Imaging and Interferometryaccelerating stars, direct imaging, spectroscopy, giant planets
1015Ground-based discoveries in the near-infrared with SPIRITClàudia Janó Muñoz; University of Cambridge3RV and transitstransits, infrared, groundbased
1016Exploring the architectures of nearby exoplanetary systems using high-precision space astrometryFabien Malbet; Univ. Grenoble Alpes / CNRS / IPAG3Microlensing and Astrometrydifferential astrometry, solar neighborhood, detector, space mission
1017Early bird catches the atmosphere? Eclipse photometry of hot super-Earth HD 260655b with JWST/MIRI.Prune Camille August; DTU Space3JWST Resultsterrestrial exoplanets, atmospheres, eclipse photometry
1020H-He masses in mini-Neptunes after formation: the importance of envelope enrichmentMarit Mol Lous; University of Zürich3Formation and evolutiongas accretion, primordial envelope, miniNeptunes
1022On the dynamical stability and evolution of HR8799 in a clustered environmentBrent Maas; Leiden University3Star-planet interactionsDynamical evolution and stability, Numerical methods
1028Effect of stellar magnetism on limb darkening and transit light curves.Nadiia Kostogryz; Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research3RV and transitstransmission spectroscopy, stellar limb darkening, stellar magnetic field
1029Probing the planet formation via the compositions of gas-giant exoplanets and their parent starsZhoujian Zhang; University of California, Santa Cruz3Formation and evolutionChemical composition of exoplanets and host stars, planet formation and evolution, atmospheric characterization, spectroscopic observations
1036Improved constraints of the solar abundances from neutrino and solar winds: Implications to outer planetsNgoc Truong; Southwest Research Institute3AtmospheresSolar abundances, CNO neutrino, Jupiter, Uranus
1041Does the Present-Day Sub-Neptune Orbital Architecture Retain the Memory of Migration?Kevin Marimbu; McGill University3Formation and evolutionOrbital period distribution, Nbody simulations, SubNeptune, Orbital dynamics
1042Exomoon Detection with Targeted JWST ObservationsTyler Gordon; University of California, Santa Cruz3RV and transitsExomoons, Transits, JWST, Detection View
1044Origin of compact exoplanetary systems during disk infallRaluca Rufu; Southwest Research Institute3Formation and evolutioncompact exoplanetary systems, planetary formation, diskplanet interactions
1047Energetic Radiation Environments of Exoplanets through TimeKristina Monsch; Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian3Star-planet interactionsspace weather, stellar Xray emission, stellar rotation, photoevaporation
1050New three dimensional stability criteria for circumbinary planets. Nikolaos Georgakarakos; New York University Abu Dhabi3Formation and evolutioncelestial mechanics, binaries: general, planets: dynamical evolution and stability, methods: numerical View
1051Architects of the Cosmos: JWST Reveals Protoplanets as the Origin of Disk Structures
Gabriele Cugno; University of Michigan3JWST ResultsPlanet formation, highcontrast imaging, protoplanets detection
1058Towards planetary population syntheses in MHD wind-driven discsJesse Weder; Universität Bern3Formation and evolutionPlanetary Population Syntheses, Magnetohydrodynamics, PlanetDiscInteraction View
1060The first physical characterization of a disk surrounding a forming brown dwarf companionGabriele Cugno; University of Michigan3JWST ResultsPlanet formation, Circumplanetary disks, highcontrast imaging,
1067Nuance: uncovering transits hidden in photometric stellar variabilityLionel Garcia; Flatiron Institute3RV and transitstransits detection, active stars, data analysis
1069Thermal Emission from the First Giant Planet Transiting a White DwarfSydney Jenkins; Massachusetts Institute of Technology3JWST ResultsGiant planet, White dwarf
1070Evidence for a variable hydrogen cloud around the young Neptune DS Tuc AbLeonardo Dos Santos; Space Telescope Science Institute3Star-planet interactionsatmospheric escape, spectroscopy, hubble space telescope, transits View
1077Henrietta: Updates on a new exoatmosphere spectrograph for Las Campanas ObservatoryJason Williams; Carnegie Institution for Science1Future missions/instrumentationAtmospheres, Instrumentation, Transit Spectroscopy, Groundbased View
1080Clouds and Hazes in GJ 1214b’s Metal Rich AtmosphereIsaac Malsky; The University of Michigan3AtmospheresAtmosphere, Clouds, Hazes, 3D Models
1084Assembly of Exoplanetary Atmospheres: Towards a New Framework for Data Interpretation and Life DetectionEstelle Janin; Arizona State University3HabitabilityCombinatorial Chemistry, Assembly Theory, Atmospheres, Life Detection View
1085Setting the stage for science with the Habitable Worlds Observatory: Properties of 164 promising targetsCaleb Harada; University of California, Berkeley3Future missions/instrumentationFuture missions, Habitability, Direct imaging, Catalogs
1087PAHs in Exoplanet Atmospheres: A Parameter Space StudyRosa Arenales Lope; LMU3AtmospheresJWST, Twinkle, ParameterSpaceStudy, PAHs View
1091The AutoRegressive Planet Search Method Applied to TESS Year 1 and 2Elizabeth Melton; Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology3RV and transitsExoplanet Catalogs, Exoplanet Transits, Time Domain Astronomy, Exoplanet Detection Methods
1092High CO2 Climates and Observables in the Outer Habitable Zone (OHZ)Daria Pidhorodetska; University of California, Riverside3Habitabilitybiosignatures, trappist, habitability, climate View
1093MICADO spectroscopic mode for exoplanet characterization
Paulina Palma Bifani; Laboratoire Lagrange3Future missions/instrumentationELT, Atmospheric characterisation, MICADO View
1095Signatures of chemical disequilibrium in the infrared colors of 51 Eridani bAlexander Madurowicz; University of California, Santa Cruz3AtmospheresSpectroscopy, Direct Imaging, Disequilibrium Chemistry
1096New Visualization Tools from the NASA Exoplanet ArchiveRicky Nilsson; Caltech / IPAC-NExScI; Aurora Kesseli; Caltech / IPAC-NExScI3Otherexoplanets, visualizations, databases View
1098The Young Wide Orbit Planetary Mass Companion ROSS 458 ABc: Gas Giant or Brown Dwarf?William Meynardie; University of Michigan3Formation and evolutionwideorbit, retrieval, formation
1106Thermal effects on the bulk density of rocky planetsArtyom Aguichine; Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California3InteriorsTerrestrial planets, SuperEarths, Magma ocean, Evolution View
1110What do Planetary Architectures Really Look Like? New Insights from EXPRESJohn Brewer; San Francisco State University3Demographics & ArchitecturesEPRV Survey, Planetary Architecture
1111Under the Magnifying Glass: Using TOI-4201b to view gaps in our understanding of planet formationMegan Delamer; Pennsylvania State University3Formation and evolutionGiant planets
1112Enabling JWST transmission spectroscopy in the presence of stellar contaminationNatalie Allen; Johns Hopkins University3AtmospheresStellar contamination, Atmospheres, JWST, TRAPPIST1 View
1113Spin-Orbit Angles Beyond 10 AU: Clues About the Formation of Imaged Planets and Brown DwarfsBrendan Bowler; The University of Texas at Austin3Direct Imaging and InterferometryStellar Obliquities
1118Modeling the Chemistry and Spectra of Water World Atmospheres with PICASOAnna Gagnebin; University of California, Santa Cruz3AtmospheresWater Worlds, Modeling View
1125Evolving C/N/O Ratios and Ice lines in Dynamical Protoplanetary Disks
Elizabeth Yunerman; Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian3Formation and evolutionIce lines, Protoplanetary Disks, Molecular Properties
1130Pushing Efficiency of Planet Formation: Detection and Characterization of a Saturn around an M dwarfVarghese Reji Karlathe; Tata Institute of Fundamental Research3RV and transitsM type stars, Giant planets, Planet formation View
1133Characterizing Giant Exoplanet Atmospheres with the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope Coronagraph InstrumentZarah Brown; University of Arizona3Future missions/instrumentationDirect Imaging, Atmospheres View
1136Detection of transiting circumbinary planets in TESS Full-Frame Image lightcurves”Nader Haghighipour; PSI & IfA3RV and transitsTransit Photometry, Circumbinary planets
1138Observational Evidence for a Dependence Between Atmospheric Mass-Loss and High-Energy Incident Flux in Transiting ExoplanetsPatrick McCreery, Johns Hopkins University3AtmospheresExoplanet atmospheres, Extrasolar gaseous planets, Infrared astronomy
1139Planet population synthesis model for validation of planet formation theoryTadahiro Kimura; National Astronomical Observatory of Japan3Formation and evolutionsuperEarth, primordial atmosphere, population synthesis
1143Implications of the Quenching Approximation on the Retrieval ModelsVikas Soni; Physical Research Laboratory3AtmospheresExoplanet atmospheres, Exoplanet atmospheric composition
1145Pushing the boundaries of planet detection in the Radial Velocity Method using AI
Anoop Gavankar; Tata Institute of Fundamental Research3RV and transitsRadial velocity, Exoplanets, Stellar jitter, Machine learning algorithms View
1147High-resolution transmission spectroscopy of TOI-132b with ESPRESSOMichal Steiner; Observatory of Geneva3AtmospheresTOI132b, ESPRESSO, RossiterMcLaughlin effect, transmission spectroscopy
1148Towards HADES: The deepest probe of a Lava World atmosphereEngin Keles; Freie University Berlin3AtmospheresTerrestrial planets, Atmospheres, Lava Worlds
1152Robustness Challenges in Exo-Atmosphere Research: Simulator-Driven Analysis of SNR VariabilityAlejandro Sánchez López; Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (IAA-CSIC)3AtmospheresSignificance Assessment, Detection robustness, Realistic simulations of observations,
1156Blueshifted Fe I emission in dayside of WASP-76b detected with ESPRESSOChristophe Lovis; Observatoire Astronomique de l’Université de Genève3AtmospheresHighresolution Emission Spectroscopy, Ultra Hot Jupiters, ESPRESSO, WASP76b
1172Airy worlds or barren rocks? On the survivability of secondary atmospheres around the TRAPPIST-1 planets.Gwenaël Van Looveren; University of Vienna3Star-planet interactionsTRAPPIST1, atmospheric chemistry, atmospheric loss
1173A new, adaptive time step, hybrid symplectic, N-body integration scheme for planetary systems. Simon Grimm; ETH Zurich3Formation and evolutionNbody, Simulation
1175The impact of stellar evolution on planetary systemsEdward Bryant; Mullard Space Science Laboratory, University College London3Demographics & ArchitecturesPlanetary populations, Transiting planets, Evolved stars View
1176Stormy, breezy or calm on HD189733b? New transmission spectra and models of the NaD linesEngin Keles; Freie University Berlin3AtmospheresGaseous exoplanets, Transmission spectroscopy
1180Experimental tests of the calibration of high precision differential astrometry for exoplanets and dark matterManon Lizzana; IPAG3Microlensing and Astrometry high precision differential astrometry, exoplanets
1181Exoplanet atmospheric retrievals combining high- and low-resolution spectroscopyPaolo Giacobbe; Astrophysical Observatory of Torino – INAF3Atmosphereshighresolution spectroscopy, exoplanetary atmospheres, retrievals, transmission spectroscopy
1182The COBREX project: unleashing the full potential of archival high-contrast imaging observationsVito Squicciarini; LESIA – Observatoire de Paris3Direct Imaging and Interferometryhighcontrast imaging, exoplanet demographics, methods: data analysis
1185Can 1D radiative equilibrium models of faculae be used for calculating contamination of transmission spectra?
Veronika Witzke; Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research3Atmospheres Faculae, Exoplanet surface composition
1188Understanding M Dwarf Radius Inflation: Insights from Low-Mass Eclipsing BinariesYasmin Davis; University of Birmingham3RV and transitsEclipsing Binaries, LowMass Stars, Radius Inflation, Exoplanets
1190WASP-121b’s transmission spectrum observed with JWST/NIRSpec G395H reveals 3D effects in the planet’s atmosphereCyril Gapp; Max Planck Institute for Astronomy3AtmospheresExoplanet atmospheric composition, Hot Jupiters, Transmission spectroscopy, Infrared spectroscopy
1193Unravelling the evidence of planet formation: mapping the 3-D kinematical structure of HD169142’s gas diskHaochuan Yu; University of Oxford3Formation and evolutionProtoplanetary disksPlanet formation, ALMA, Planetary disk interactions
1199Evolving water-rich worlds: Linking the atmosphere to the deep interiorMarilina Valatsou; ETH Zurich3Formation and evolutionInterioratmosphere connection
1201Planet mass influences the potential outgassing of water into the atmosphere of super-EarthsJulia M. Schmidt; Freie Universität Berlin3Formation and evolutionoutgassing, melt, atmosphere, partitioning View
1205Oxygen’s control over hydrogen escape on Earth-like exoplanetsGreg Cooke; Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge3AtmospheresAtmospheric escape, Atmospheric chemistry, 3D chemistryclimate modelling, Synthetic transmission spectra
1208A DREAM study: spectroscopic search for sodium around the hot Neptune desert Sara Tavella; University of Geneva3Atmosphereshot Neptune desert, sodiumDREAM, photoevaporation
1209Accounting for the impact of wavelength-correlated noise on transmission spectraMark Fortune; Trinity College Dublin3AtmospheresData Analysis
1211The EXOWORLD Project – Enhancing Exoplanet Detection: Integrating Machine Learning into Transit Search MethodsHendrik Schmerling; RIU Planetenforschung at University of Cologne3RV and transitsTransits, Pipeline, Machine learning
1212SO2, silicate clouds, but no CH4 detected in a warm Neptune with JWSTAchrène Dyrek; CEA3JWST ResultsExoplanet, Atmosphere, Transmission spectroscopy, MidInfrared View
1213Stellar variability in exoplanet searches: current status and future perspectives
Suzanne Aigrain; University of Oxford3RV and transitsstellar activity, granulation, methods
1219Estimating the number of radial velocity measurements required to characterise exoplanetsRoss Dobson; University College London3RV and transitsRadial Velocity View
1221Ariel – The ESA M4 Space Mission to Focus on the Nature Of Exoplanets Theresa Luftinger ; ESA/ESTEC3Future missions/instrumentationSpace Missions, Ariel, Exoplanets, Atmospheres
1223Tracing day-night atmospheric gradients in ultrahot Jupiters via transit spectroscopyJoanna Barstow; The Open University3AtmospheresRetrieval, Spectroscopy, Ultrahot Jupiter View
1224Retrievals of Exo-Venuses with Planetary and Exoplanetary Radiative Transfer ModelsNuno Pereira; Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, 3 Ringlaan, 11803OtherRadiative Transfer, Clouds
1225Toroidal Exosphere Simulations of Exo-Ios in Alkali SpectroscopyMoritz Meyer zu Westram; Universität Bern3Formation and evolutionexomoons, evaporative exospheres, MonteCarlo View
1227Exploring the convection regimes of lava world K2-141bTobias Meier; University of Oxford3Interiorslava worlds, magma ocean, mantle convection, interioratmosphere exchange
1228Unveiling the composition and formation history of Kepler-444Arianna Nigioni; University of Geneva3Formation and evolutionBinary stars
1229The escaping atmosphere of a giant planet around WDJ0914+1914Carolina Villarreal D’Angelo; Instituto de Astronomía Teórica y Experimental (IATE)3Star-planet interactionsEscaping atmospheres
1230A multi-wavelength view of M-dwarfs activity with SOPHIE and SPIRou: characterizing low-mass planetsPia Cortes-Zuleta; University of St Andrews3RV and transitsMdwarfs, stellar activity, lowmass planets View
1231Resonant Chains and the Convergent Migration of Planets in Protoplanetary DisksMan Hoi Lee; The University of Hong Kong3Demographics & ArchitecturesResonant Chain, Planet Migration
1232Fundamental limit to RV precision taking into account the stellar activityJoe Ninan; Tata Institute of Fundamental Research3RV and transitsRadial velocity, EPRV, Stellar activity View
1233Deeper understanding of rocky planet atmospheres through Atmospheric Retrievals of super-Earth L98-59d using JWSTAgnibha Banerjee; The Open University3JWST ResultsL9859d, Retrieval, SuperEarth View
1239Young Planets around Young Suns in Sco-CenRichelle van Capelleveen; Leiden Observatory3Direct Imaging and InterferometryDirect imaging, Exoplanets, Extrasolar gas giants
1242Searching new planets in established multi-planet systemsPaul Schwarz; Georg-August University3Demographics & ArchitecturesMultiPlanet systems, Method: Transit, Demographics
1245How wide-orbit giant planet formation influences the formation of inner terrestrial planetsClaudia Danti; Center for Star and Planet formation, Globe Institute, Copenhagen University3Formation and evolutionplanet formation, pebble accretion, pebble filtering,
1251Examining L98-59: An additional sub-Venus in a multi-planet systemPaul Schwarz; Georg-August University3RV and transitsMultiPlanet systems, Transits, Radial Velocity, GP Modelling
1253Direct imaging of substellar companions originally identified through the CORALIE radial velocity surveyWilliam Ceva; Université de Genève3Direct Imaging and InterferometryDirect imaging, Brown dwarfs, Radial velocity, Astrometry
1255Monitoring accretion lines on Super-Jupiters with phase-resolved echelle spectroscopy.Dorian Demars; IPAG/CNRS3Direct Imaging and InterferometryAccretion, Spectroscopy, Formation View
1259Unveiling Young Exoplanets: Benchmarking Evolution Theories and Stellar Signal Modelling
Oscar Barragán; University of Oxford3RV and transitsradial velocity, photometry, stellar activity
1260Transit Timing Variations and Radial Velocity of the long-period exoplanetary system TOI-4409Patricio Reller; University College London (UCL)3RV and transitsTOI4409 b, TIC 382200986.01
1261Treatment of limb darkening in exoplanet atmospheric retrieval algorithmsRosa Keers; Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research3RV and transitsLimb darkening, Transit spectroscopy, Atmospheric retrieval View
1263Unveiling the Atmospheric Composition of the Warm Sub-Saturn Exoplanet HAT-P-12b Using JWSTLinus Heinke; KU Leuven3JWST ResultsExoplanets, Atmospheric Characterization, Transmission Spectroscopy
1269Exoplanetary Atmospheric Escape Driven by Rapid Orbital Motion Through an Extreme Space EnvironmentKristina Monsch; Harvard-Smithsonian Cfa3AtmospheresAtmospheric Escape, Ionosphere View
1270Exploring the interaction between clouds and magnetic drag in hot Jupiter GCMsThomas Kennedy; University of Michigan3AtmospheresHot Jupiter, GCM, Cloud formation, Magnetic drag
1271The Cloudy Connection between Exoplanets and Brown Dwarfs with JWST/MIRIJoshua Lothringer; Space Telescope Science Institute3AtmospheresClouds, JWST, Brown Dwarfs View
1272An Earth-sized Exoplanet Orbiting an M2 StarFrancis Zong Lang; Center for Space and Habitability, University of Bern3RV and transitsEarthsized planet, Ultracool star, parameter characerization, Transit depth View
1275The NIRPS blind search of exoplanets around M dwarfs, strategies and main resultsLucile Mignon; Université de Genève3RV and transitsRadial velocity, Mdwarfs
1278Critical external and internal factors for plate tectonicsOliver Henke-Seemann; Freie Universität Berlin3InteriorsPlate Tectonics, Surface Temperature, Mantle Convection Modelling, Interior Evolution
1279Explaining the absence of methane in WASP-107b through photochemical modellingThomas Konings; KU Leuven3AtmospheresAtmospheric chemistry, Exoplanet atmospheres, Transmission Spectroscopy
1284Convective mixing during gas giant evolutionJesse Polman; Space Research and Planetary Sciences, Physics Institute, University of Bern, 3Formation and evolutionConvection, Dilute core View
1286Exploring wind and chemical patterns in Hot Jupiter Atmospheres: Insights from Transit Observations of TOI-1518bAdrien Simonnin; Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur3AtmospheresHigh Resolution Spectroscopy, Hot Jupiters, Dynamics View
1287Volatiles and lava outgassing – hot rocky exoplanet atmospheres in the JWST era
Christiaan van Buchem; Leiden University3AtmospheresOutgassing, Volatiles, USP, JWST
1301Near-ultraviolet atmospheric characterization of Hot Jupiters: HD 189733bPatricio Cubillos; Turin Observatory3AtmospheresNUV, hot jupiters, starplanet interaction
1302Modeling Earth’s emission spectrum at different stages of the Planet’s evolutionAzzurra D’Alessandro; Centre for ExoLife Sciences, Copenhagen University3HabitabilityEarth evolution, emission spectra
1308Using Doppler Imaging to filter stellar activity signals in the Search for low-mass planetsBaptiste Klein; University of Oxford3RV and transitsRadial velocity, Stellar activity, Doppler Imaging View
1310JWST MIRI spectrum of the companion of WD 0806 661
Maël Voyer; CEA3JWST ResultsJWST, spectroscopy, direct imaging, atmosphere
1311Planets Over Galactic Timescales: Younger Stars Host Denser Rocky PlanetsAngharad Weeks; University College London3Star-planet interactionsHost star, Rocky planetAges, Gaia
1315The first high spectral resolution reconnaissance of forming planet candidate HD169142bLorenzo Pino; INAF – Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri3AtmospheresExoplanet atmospheres, Planet formation, High dispersion spectroscopy View
1317Investigating sources and propagation of errors in EPRV measurements with HARPS3Alicia Anderson; University of Cambridge3RV and transitsRadial velocity, HARPS3, Data reduction, Spectroscopy
1318Do Rocky Planets Around M Stars Have Atmospheres? A Statistical Approach to the Cosmic ShorelineJegug Ih; University of Maryland3AtmospheresTerrestrial planets, Atmospheres, Large survey
1319Results of a JWST Cycle 1 Direct-Imaging Search for Exoplanets Around Nearby Young M-DwarfsEllis Bogat; University of Maryland, College Park4JWST Resultscoronagraphy, direct imaging, giant planets
1320High spectral resolution observations of the dayside of ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-189b with ESPRESSO and MAROON-XAdriano Miceli; Università di Firenze; Lorenzo Pino; INAF – Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri4AtmospheresUltrahot Jupiters, High dispersion spectroscopy
1321Fast semi-analytical N-body interactions in planet formation population synthesis modelsAntoine Petit; Observatoire de la Cote d’Azur4Formation and evolutionPlanet formation, Planet dynamics, Exoplanet System Evolution,
1323Characterizing companions to TESS planet-hosts with Gaia and SPHERERobert De Rosa; European Southern Observatory4RV and transitsSystem architectures, Transiting planets, Direct imaging, Astrometry View
1324Why don’t we observe larger helium absorption at younger ages?Andrew Allan; Leiden University 4AtmospheresEvolutionHydrodynamicsAtmospheric escape, Helium
1330Quenching-driven equatorial depletion and limb asymmetries in hot Jupiter atmospheres: WASP-96b exampleMaria Zamyatina; University of Exeter4Atmosphereshot Jupiter, atmospheric composition, quenching, WASP96b View
1334Data-driven telluric removal in high resolution spectroscopy of exoplanet atmospheresJayne Birkby; University of Oxford4AtmospheresHigh resolution spectroscopy, Exoplanet Atmospheres, Telluric removal
1337Lava worlds are cool: two new ultra-short-period planets discovered by TESSFelipe Murgas; Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC)3RV and transitsTESS, radial velocities, transits View
1338Occurrence rates of planets orbiting late M-dwarfsFlorian Lienhard; ETH Zurich4Demographics & ArchitecturesLate Mdwarfs, Occurrence rates
1340Adapting ExoMol for high-resolution studies: methane as an exampleKyriaki Kefala; University College London4OtherExoMol, MARVEL, highresolution, methane View
1342Improving Detection of Exoplanets and their Individual Molecules using Convolutional Neural Networks in Spectral DimensionEmily Omaya Garvin; ETH Zürich4AtmospheresConvolutional Neural Networks, Crosscorrelation spectroscopy, Exoplanet Detection, Molecular Signatures View
1346Mapping Snow Surfaces in the HD 163296 DiskJea Redai; Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian4Formation and evolutionprotoplanetary disks, radio, interferometry
1349Strong fractionation of deuterium and helium in sub-Neptune atmospheres along the radius valleyCollin Cherubim; Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University4AtmospheresAtmospheric escape, Atmospheric fractionation, Atmospheric evolution, Planetary evolution
1350Characterising Multi-Planet Systems around Cool StarsEmma Turtelboom; UC Berkeley4Demographics & ArchitecturesMultiplanet systems, Cool dwarfs
1362Next Generation Atmospheric Models of Hot Tidally Locked Rocky PlanetsChristopher Wirth; University of Chicago4Atmospheresterrestrial planets, atmospheres, clouds, atmospheric dynamics
1363The missing ingridient of a metallic marshmallow: CO detection in the enigmatic WASP-127 b’s atmosphereSai Krishna Teja Kanumalla; Arizona State University4AtmospheresHigh resolution spectroscopy, Atmospheric composition, Atmospheric structure, Infrared spectroscopy
1369New atmospheric escape models reveal the transition to metal-rich atmospheres for Super-EarthsMatthäus Schulik; Imperial College4Formation and evolutionAtmospheric escape
1370On a treasure hunt: A spectral atlas of the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-189 b with MAROON-XBibiana Prinoth; Lund University1Atmospheresultrahot Jupiter, transmission spectroscopy, spectral atlas, resolved lines View
1374TOI-4468 and the Emerging Trends in Systems Hosting Hot Jupiters with Nearby Companion PlanetsBen Hord; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center4Demographics & ArchitecturesHot Jupiters, Formation, Migration, Planet discovery View
1376A thoughtful characterisation of a planetary system with ESPRESSOHugo M. Tabernero; Univesidad Complutense de Madrid4AtmospheresTransmission spectroscopy, Orbital architechture, Exoplanet shape
1380Forming rocky worlds around M dwarfs: Planetary bulk compositionsHaiyang Wang; ETH Zurich, Institute of Geochemistry and Petrology4Formation and evolutionPlanetary bulk compositions, Atmospheric dichotomy, TRAPPIST1 planets
1381Hydrodynamic atmospheric escape in the benchmark ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-76 b Lakeisha Ramos-Rosado; Johns Hopkins University4Atmospheresatmospheric escape, exoplanet atmospheres, extrasolar gas giants View
1383Orbital Architectures of Triple-star Systems that Host Transiting PlanetsElise Evans; University of Edinburgh4Demographics & Architecturesorbits, highorder multiples, visual binaries, Stype planets View
1384Diagnosing limb asymmetries in JWST transmission spectra: Insights from GCMs across the hot Jupiter populationArjun B. Savel; University of Maryland, College Park4AtmospheresHot Jupiters, Transmission spectra, Radiative Transfer, General Circulation Models
1385Contribution Function Grid for High-Resolution Observations of Brown DwarfsMyrla Phillippe; University of Central Florida4AtmospheresBrown Dwarfs, Atmospheres, Modeling
1388Investigating the occurrence of hot Jupiters with stellar ageFrancesca Waines; MSSL4OtherPlanetary systems View
1391An Exoplanet Spectral Atlas across the Mass Range with JWST NIRISSMåns Holmberg; Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge4JWST ResultsExoplanet Atmospheres
1392The Precise JWST NIRISS SOSS Transmission Spectra of Hot Jupiter WASP-17b and Warm Neptune HAT-P-26bDana Louie; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center4JWST ResultsNIRISS SOSS, Transmission Spectroscopy, hot Jupiter, warm Neptune
1395Deep Paβ Imaging of the Candidate Accreting Protoplanet AB Aur bLauren Biddle; The University of Texas at Austin4Direct Imaging and InterferometryProtoplanets, Acctetion
1397Nightside clouds and disequilibrium chemistry on the hot Jupiter WASP-43b
Nicolas Crouzet; Leiden Observatory, Leiden University4JWST ResultsAtmospheres, Hot Jupiters
1400Cool Gaseous Exoplanets: surveying a new frontier with TwinkleLuke Booth; Cardiff University4Future missions/instrumentationTransmission Spectroscopy, Twinkle, Atmospheres, Survey
1401Potential for an Earth-like planet orbiting a white dwarf to host lifeCaldon Whyte; Florida Institute of Technology4HabitabilityAstrobiology, Habitable planets, Habitable zone, White dwarfs View
1402Probing Stellar-Planetary Magnetic Interactions: Observational Evidence and Activity Indicator SensitivityXiang Luo; Max Planck Institute for Astronomy4Star-planet interactionsActivity, Chromospheres View
1407Why so light? Exploring TOI-244 b and the growing population of low-density super-EarthsAmadeo Castro-González; Centro de Astrobiología, CSIC-INTA, ESAC campus, 28692 Villanueva de la Cañada, 4InteriorsLowdensity superEarths, Internal structure, Rocky planets, Steam water worlds View
1408Studying Radius Inflation on Low-Mass Stars Using Gaia DR3Rocio Kiman; California Institute of Technology4Otherlowmass stars, fundamental properties, radius, magnetic activity
1410Probing the Atmosphere of the 17 Myr, Gas Giant, HIP 67522b Pa Chia Thao; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill4JWST ResultsTransmission spectroscopyExoplanet evolutionStarspots View
1412Modelling the composition of planetary building blocks depending on the metallicity of the host star.Alexander Thamm; Freie Universität4Formation and evolutioncomposition, metallicity
1413Finding extreme rocky planets – the discovery of Ultrashort period planet TOI-2290bKristine Lam; German Aerospace Center (DLR)4RV and transitstransiting exoplanet, ultrashort period planet
1417Quasi-periodic Wavelength Residuals in the Habitable Zone Planet Finder Laser Frequency Comb Wavelength SolutionWinter Parts; Pennsylvania State University4Future missions/instrumentationlaser frequency comb, spectrograph, radial velocity
1421Observational constraints from formation and evolution studiesAnne-Sophie Libert; University of Namur4Formation and evolutionformation and evolution studies, observational constraints, dynamics
1428Biogenic sulfur gases as biosignatures on temperate sub-Neptunes — lessons from K2-18 bShang-Min Tsai; UC Riverside4AtmospheresExoplanet atmosphere, Biosignature, subNeptunes/K218 b, Atmospheric chemistry
1432More or Prior Observations: How to Most Efficiently Recognize a Habitable Planet?Arnaud Salvador; University of Arizona4Future missions/instrumentationHabitable Worlds Observatory, Earth Analogs, Habitability, Direct Imaging
1433Orbiting Moving Group BinariesJoel Burke; University of Notre Dame4Direct Imaging and InterferometryBinaries, Direct Imaging, Moving Groups
1434A Venus-like Albedo for the UltraHot Neptune LTT9779b Points Towards a Titanium Cloud DeckJames Jenkins; Universidad Diego Portales4AtmospheresExoplanets: LTT9779b, CHEOPS, Secondary Eclipses, Albedos
1441Planetary Census Through Time and Space aided by LAMOST-Gaia-KeplerJi-Wei Xie; Nanjing university4Demographics & Architecturesplanetary evolution View
1443The MIRI Exoplanets Orbiting White Dwarfs (MEOW) Survey: Early Results and Planet CandidatesAndrew Vanderburg; Massachusetts Institute of Technology4JWST ResultsJWST, White Dwarfs, Direct Imaging
1444Experimental Investigation of Collision-Induced Absorption in Hot Dense CO2-based Exoplanetary AtmospheresVincent Kofman; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center; Erika Kohler; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center4AtmospheresCollision-Induced Absorption, Infrared Spectroscopy, High-Temperature Conditions, Carbon Dioxide
1446Correcting Exoplanet Transmission Spectra for Stellar Activity with an Optimised Retrieval FrameworkAlexandra Thompson; University College London4Star-planet interactionsStellar Activity, Transmission Spectra View
1453Identifying transiting Neptunes and sub-Neptunes in the NGTS survey through cross-correlating with TESS TOIsAlicia Kendall; University of Leicester4RV and transitsNeptunes, NGTS, TESS, Photometry View
1457Machine learning-based Atmospheric Retrievals of Exoplanets with Flow Matching and Neural Importance SamplingTimothy Gebhard; Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems4Otheratmospheric retrievals, machine learning
1460Characterizing the transition from stability to instability in compact multi-planet systemsMatthew Doty; University of Notre Dame4Demographics & ArchitecturesStability View
1463Towards a holistic understanding of sub-Neptunes: the next stepsRafael Luque; University of Chicago4Othersubneptunes, formation, internal structure, atmospheres
1464Exploring Obliquities of Neptune-Sized Exoplanets with ESPRESSOJuan Ignacio Espinoza-Retamal; Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile4Demographics & ArchitecturesNeptune desert, Obliquities, ESPRESSO
1465Detectability of currently known exoplanets in direct imaging with notional designs of LIFE and HabWorldsÓscar Carrión-González; Observatoire de Paris4Future missions/instrumentationDirectimaging, Demographics, Habitable Worlds Observatory, Large Interferometer For Exoplanets View
1466Deep Learning Architectures to Search for ExoplanetsJavier Viaña; Massachusetts Insitute of Technology4RV and transitsExoplanet detection methods, Neural networks, Transit photometry View
1469WD1032+011: An eclipsing, white dwarf-brown dwarf binary with a highly irradiated secondaryJenni French; University of Leicester4Star-planet interactionsbrown dwarf, white dwarf, binaries View
1470Using SO2 to Trace Giant Planet Formation HistoriesMason McCormack, The University of Chicago4AtmospheresPlanet Formation, JWST, Hot Jupiter, Sulfur
1471How circumbinary disc form multi-planet systems and lose giantsAnna Penzlin; Imperial College London4Formation and evolutionProtoplanetary disc, circumbinary planets, Planet migration View
1476Sequential formation of the Solar System’s giant planetsTommy Chi Ho Lau; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich4Formation and evolutionPlanet formation, The Solar System
1479Turbulent infall onto class 0 disks as cause of CAI formation in the solar systemJiachen Zheng; Beijing Normal University4Formation and evolutioncircumstellar disk, calcium–aluminumrich inclusions, infall
1481A Peculiar Case of WASP-18b: Spatially-Resolved Atmospheric Structure of the Planet’s DaysideJasmina Blecic; New York University Abu Dhabi4AtmospheresEclipse Mapping, 3D Atmospheric Structure, Energy Transport
1492Horizontal rain! The impact of stellar radiation pressure on aerosolsJames Owen; Imperial College London4AtmospheresAerosols
1495Comparing transit spectroscopy pipelines at the catalogue level: evidence for systematic differencesLuke Booth; Cardiff University3Future missions/instrumentationtransmission spectroscopy, Data analysis, HST, JWST
1498Monitoring the limb asymmetries of WASP-76b with ESPRESSO.Cathal Maguire; Trinity College Dublin4Atmosphereshighresolution, transmission spectroscopy, atmospheric retrieval View
1500Is the large-scale magnetic field of τ Boötis too weak to explain LOFAR radio observations?Dag Evensberget; Leiden University; Aline Vidotto; Leiden University; Rik Luisman; Leiden University4Star-planet interactionswindplanet interaction, radio observations, τ Boötis View
1502Revealing the enigmatic compact multi-planet systems with giants: A comprehensive study of TOI-5398Giacomo Mantovan; University of Padova4Formation and evolutionTOI5398, RossiterMcLaughlin, JWST, Multiplanet systems
1505Exploring the Extreme Low Density of a Cool Super-Puff with JWSTJessica Libby-Roberts; Pennsylvania State University4JWST ResultsAtmosphere, SuperPuff
1506Aerosols are not Spherical Cows: The Rayleigh RegimeMatt Lodge; University of Bristol4AtmospheresAerosols, Atmospheres, Optical models, Nonspherical View
1516How well do we know the impact of stellar flares on exoplanets? Giovanni Bruno; INAF – Catania Astrophysical Observatory4Star-planet interactionsFlares, Activity, Atmospheres View
1517HARPS-N, TESS, and CHEOPS Shed Light on a Sub-Neptune and Neptune-mass CompanionFlorian Lienhard; ETH Zurich4RV and transitsRV planet, TTVs
1525Exploring The Atmospheric Dynamics of WASP-127b through CRIRES+ High-Resolution Infrared Transmission SpectroscopyLisa Nortmann; Georg-August-Universität4AtmospheresCRIRES+, 3D, transmission spectroscopy, highresolution View
1528Maximum CO2 atmospheres outgassed on rocky planetsClaire Marie Guimond; University of Oxford4Interiorsrocky planets, outgassing, geochemical cycles, bulk composition
1532Exploring the diversity of habitable exoplanets through photochemical and biogeochemical modelsGreg Cooke; Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge4AtmospheresAtmospheric chemistry, Photochemical models, Biogeochemical models, Synthetic observations
1533Probing the Atmosphere of TRAPPIST-1c: Insights from four JWST NIRSpec/PRISM TransitsAlexander Rathcke; Technical University of Denmark, DTU Space4JWST ResultsRocky planet atmospheres, JWST transmission spectroscopy, TRAPPIST1 system
1536Mapping the inner edge of the Habitable Zone with sulfur chemistrySean Jordan; Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge4AtmospheresPhotochemistry, Habitability, Climate, Transmission spectroscopy
1541FastYield, an interactive tool to explore exoplanets detectability using high-contrast IFSSteven MARTOS; IPAG; Alexis CARLOTTI; IPAG 4Future missions/instrumentationspectroscopy, highcontrast, detecion limits, yield View
1544The Tierras Observatory: Photometric Pipeline Development and Early Science Results Patrick Tamburo; Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian4RV and transitsM dwarf stars, transiting exoplanets, nearinfrared photometry View
1547Clouds and Transport in the atmosphere of WASP-121bDuncan Christie; Max Planck Institute for Astronomy4Atmospheresultrahot Jupiters
1548CHEOPS and TESS view of the ultra-short period super-Earth TOI-561 bAlexis Brandeker; Stockholm University4Atmospheresultrashort period planets, atmospheres, interiors View
1550Accelerating Atmospheric Simulation of Venus by Integrating a Machine-Learned Surrogate Radiative Transfer SchemeTara Tahseen; University College London (UCL)4AtmospheresGlobal Circulation Model, Surrogate Model, Radiative Transfer, Venus View
1556Most hot jupiters are lonely: Inner companion occurrence rate of hot jupiters from space photometryLizhou Sha; University of Wisconsin-Madison4Demographics & ArchitecturesHot Jupiters, Exoplanet migration, Exoplanet formation, Transit photometry
1561High-Resolution Transmission Spectroscopy of Low Velocity PlanetsConnor Cheverall; Institute of Astronomy4Atmospheresatmospheres, spectroscopy
1562Winds in the atmospheres of ultra-hot JupitersMonika Stangret; INAF – OAPd4Atmospheresatmosphere, ultrahot Jupiter, winds, HARPSN
1563A comprehensive ionization chemical network for protoplanetary disksXuening Bai; Tsinghua University4Formation and evolutionprotoplanetary disks, magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)
1566New long-period transiting planets from the NGTS-TESS surveyPeter Wheatley; University of Warwick4RV and transitsLongperiod planets
1569GCM simulations of temperate sub-Neptunes with a condensing non-dilute water vapour componentHamish Innes; Freie Universität Berlin4AtmospheresSubNeptune Atmospheres
1570Exploring the Complementary Science Value of Starshade Observations (ExoPAG SAG 24)Sara Seager; Massachusetts Institute of Technology4Future missions/instrumentationStarshade, direct imaging, atmospheres
1571A physics-driven Gaussian process framework for modelling stellar activity in 2-D CCF time-seriesHaochuan Yu; University of Oxford4RV and transitsRadial velocity, Stellar activity, Gaussian process
1573The role of X-ray variability in shaping the Neptune desert and period-radius valleyJorge Fernandez Fernandez; University of Warwick4Star-planet interactionsXray variability View
1580Spontaneous formation of dust traps during the secular evolution of magnetized protoplanetary disksTimmy Delage; Chalmers University Technology4Formation and evolutionProtoplanetary disks, Planet formation, Accretion disks, Numerical methods
1586Multiple Patchy Cloud Layers in an Extrasolar World Revealed by JWSTAllison McCarthy; Boston University4JWST ResultsFree Floating Planet, Cloud Layers in Exoplanets, Atmospheric Structure, Variability
1587BEBOP – The first circumbinary planets with RVsDavid Martin; Tufts University4RV and transitsCircumbinary planets, High precision radial velocities, Spectroscopy, Binaries View
1592Flaring star monitoring – a cornerstone to planet habitability?Jozef Lipták; Astronomical Institute of Czech Academy of Science4Star-planet interactionsflaring stars, dwarf stars, spectroscopy
1593Reconcile the discrepancy between low- and high-resolution transmission spectraGuo Chen; Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS4AtmospheresTransmission spectroscopy, Alkali atoms, Spectral retrieval,
1596Placing constraints on the atmosphere of AU Mic bAnnabella Meech; Center for Astrophysics, Harvard & Smithsonian4AtmospheresHighresolution spectroscopy, M dwarfs, SubNeptunes, Transmission
1597First Light Results from the Tierras Observatory, An Ultra-precise Time-series M-dwarf PhotometerJuliana Garcia-Mejia; Massachusetts Institute of Technology4RV and transitsultraprecise photometry, transits, terrestrial planets, M dwarf star/host
1598Spatially resolved weather on hot JupitersDiana Powell; University of Chicago4JWST ResultsClouds, Atmospheres, Hot Jupiters, Limb Asymmetries
1600Resolved moist convection in low-molecular-weight atmospheresRobin Wordsworth; Harvard University4AtmospheresConvection, Clouds, Compositional gradients
1602TOI-4189 and Contributions to the Broader Sample of TESS Sub-NeptunesKatharine Hesse; Massachusetts Institute of Technology4RV and transitssubNeptunes, TESS, ESPRESSO, populations
1603SINGLETRANS: Enhancing the number of detected exoplanets in space missions Sascha Grziwa; RIU Planetary Research at the University of Cologne4Demographics & Architecturesmono transits, detection, large orbital periods,
1604Characterisation of Y dwarf WISE 1738 using Simulation Based Inference Malavika Vasist; University of Liege4JWST ResultsAtmospheric retrievalsJWSTSimulation based InferenceClouds
1606Obliquity Measurements of Warm Jupiters around Early-type StarsAllyson Bieryla; Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian4Demographics & ArchitecturesObliquities, warm Jupiters
1608Placing the Solar System in Context with the Habitable Worlds ObservatoryCourtney Dressing; University of California, Berkeley4Future missions/instrumentationHabitable Worlds Observatory, Direct Imaging, Atmospheres, Demographics
1609Combining high contrast to high resolution spectroscopy: actual on-sky results wrt expectationsSteven Martos; IPAG; Alexis Carlotti; IPAG 4Direct Imaging and Interferometryspectroscopy, performance, molecular mapping View
1610Doppler Shifted Sodium Booms Indicative of a Rocky Exomoon Moritz Meyer zu Westram; University of Bern4OtherExomoons
1611Best instrument parameters for reflecting planets direct detection ?Steven Martos; IPAG; Alexis Carlotti; IPAG 4Future missions/instrumentationreflecting planets, spectroscopy, detection, performance View
1614Exoplanets in Gaia Data Releae 4Anthony Brown; Leiden University4Microlensing and AstrometryGaia, Astrometry, catalogs View
1616Characterization of Ice Line Planets Through Direct Imaging Sasha Hinkley; University of Exeter4Direct Imaging and InterferometryDirect Imaging, Interferometry
1618Data-driven methods for mitigating stellar variability in NEID Sun-as-a-star observationsJinglin Zhao; Penn State University4RV and transitsStellar variability mitigation, Data driven, Radial velocity, Sunasastar
1619The formation of secondary exoplanet atmospheres via volcanic degassing in the C-H-O-N-S systemLena Noack; Freie Universität Berlin4Demographics & ArchitecturesVolcanism, Atmosphere
1624On the detection of volcanic exomoons around DI exoplanets and BD via photometric signal variabilityEvangelia Kleisioti; Leiden Observatory4Direct Imaging and InterferometryExomoon detection
1626The mid-infrared spectrum of Beta Pictoris b: first VLTI/MATISSE interferometric observations of an exoplanetMathis Houllé; Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur4Direct Imaging and Interferometryspectroscopy, atmospheres, interferometry, midinfrared
1631The Tale of Two Small Planets in Barren Parameter SpaceVictoria DiTomasso; Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian4RV and transitsSuper Earth, Sub Neptune, Temperate Exoplanet, RV followup
1633A warm Saturn Orbiting a Sunlike Star from TESSRomy Rodriguez; Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian4RV and transitsplanet discovery, TESS
1635Revealing Signatures of Habitable Worlds Hidden by Stellar Activity (REVEAL)Andrew Collier Cameron; St. Andrews University; Jeff Valenti; Space Telescope Science Institute; Alexander Shapiro; Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research; Jason Steffen; University of Nevada, Las Vegas4OtherStellar activity
1643MAGRATHEA 2.0: Advancements in Interior Structure Modeling for ExoplanetsJason Steffen; University of Nevada, Las Vegas4InteriorsInteriors, Modeline
1644Exploring Star-Planet Interactions through Radio observations with FAST telescopeYufeng Li; Beijing Normal University4Star-planet interactionsRadio observation, Starplanet interaction, FAST telescope
1645Multiple Molecular Species in the atmosphere of the warm-Neptune HAT-P-11 b at High ResolutionMario Basilicata; Department of Physics, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”4AtmospheresExoplanetary Atmospheres, HighResolution Spectroscopy View
1646A Panchromatic Emission Spectrum of Warm Gas Giant WASP-80b with NIRCam & MIRILindsey Wiser; Arizona State University4JWST ResultsWASP80b, JWST, MIRI, NIRCam View
1647Exoplanets as Drivers of Debris Disk Asymmetries: The Case of HD181327Chris Fox; University of Western Ontario1Formation and evolutionDebris Disks, PlanetDisk Interactions, Exoplanet Detection, Simulations
1648The origin and evolution of wide Jupiter Mass Binary Objects in young stellar clustersErwan Hochart; Leiden Observatory, University of Leiden1Formation and evolutionJupitermass Binary Objects (JuMBOs), Nbody Simulation, Earth and Planetary Astrophysics View
1649The impact of stellar mass ratio on orbit-orbit alignment in exoplanet-hosting wide binariesKonstantin Gerbig; Yale University1Demographics & Architecturesplanetary alignmentstarplanet interactionsbinary starsexoplanet systems
1650TRACE: Time-Reversible Algorithm for Astrophysical Close EncountersTiger Lu; Yale University1OtherNumerical Methods, Gravitation, Stability
1651Formation of rocky exoplanets around smaller stars and their compositional diversityPetra Hatalova; University of Oslo2Otherrocky planets, formation, interiors View
1652Rocky planet formation in compact disks around M dwarfsMariana Sanchez; Leiden Observatory2Demographics & ArchitecturesDemographics & Architectures, Formation and evolution
1653JWST Coronagraphic observations of exoplanets in the mid-infrared with MIRI: results and assessment.Clément Perrot; LESIA, Observatoire de Paris2JWST ResultsCoronagraphyMIRImidinfrared
1655Know the planet, know the star: The effects of active stellar surfaces on exoplanets and how to use the planets to study the active regionsMikko Tuomi, University of Helsinki3Habitabilitystarspots, transit photometry, stellar activity, habitability
1656Planets around giant stars: plethora or mirageStéphane Udry, University of Geneva4Demographics & Architecturesgiant planets, giant stars, long periods, intrinsic variability View
1657The Deuterium-to-Hydrogen Ratio on Photoevaprating Sub-NeptunesPin-Gao Gun; Institute of Astronomy & Astrophysics, Academia Sinica4Atmospheresatmospheric escape, demographics, deuterium-to-hydrogen ratio
1665Are Uranus and Neptune really ice giants?Vanesa Ramirez Gomez; Leiden Observatory, Leiden, Netherlands3InteriorsPlanets and satellites: interiors, planets and satellites: composition View