May 27 - 31, 2019
Vietri sul Mare, Italy

3rdAdvanced School on Exoplanetary Science

Demographics of Exoplanetary Systems

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Demographics of Exoplanetary Systems

The 3rd Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science will be held in Vietri sul Mare (Salerno), Italy from 27 to 31 May, 2019. The School - taking place close to the enchanting Amalfi Coast - is aimed to provide a comprehensive, state-of-the-art picture of a variety of relevant aspects of the fast-developing, highly interdisciplinary field of Exoplanet research. The Lecture topics of the 3rd edition of the School will be focused on the exoplanet demographics and unveiling planet formation and evolution. The Lectures will be delivered by five senior researchers to an audience of graduate students, Ph.D. students and young post-docs.

The Lecture Notes of the 3rd Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science will be published by Springer in its Astrophysics and Space Science Library series. A copy of the book will be sent to each participant.



Lecture Notes of the 1st Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science

Lecture Notes of the 2nd Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science


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Lecture Notes 1
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Lecture Notes 2
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The 3rd Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science is supported by the University of Salerno (UNISA), the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" (UNIROMA2), the National Institute of Astrophysics (INAF), the Max Planck Institute of Astronomy (MPIA), Progetto Premiale INAF 2015 Frontiera of the Italian Ministry of the University and Research (MIUR), and by Europlanet 2020 RI Work Package NA1 - Innovation through Science Networking, Task 5. The EU-project Europlanet 2020 RI has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654208.

TOPICS

Theoretical Models

Planet formation and dynamical evolution

Star - Planet interactions

Stellar irradiation, gravitational and magnetic interactions

Wide-separation Exoplanets

Observations and Statistics from Microlensing and Imaging discoveries

Close-in Exoplanets

Observations and Statistics from RV and Transit discoveries

Lecturers

The School is open to graduate students and young post-doctoral researchers, and offers the fascinating possibility to interact with world-class experts engaged in different areas of exoplanetary systems.

Program (Preliminary)

The school format will include 4-6 hours of lectures for each topic and a selection of short presentations by School participants on their specific research.

PROGRAM
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9:00 am

Visit of Paestum archeological site

Departure from Lloyd's Baia Hotel

Expected return at 5 pm





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7:00 - 8:00 pm Lloyd's Baia Hotel

Welcome cocktail

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09:00 am Seminar room

Lecture #1

By Alessandro Morbidelli

Protoplanetary disks structure and evolution

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10:00 am Seminar room

Lecture #1

By Scott Gaudi

Methods of constraining the demographics of planets

11:00 am

Coffee break

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11:30 am Seminar room

Lecture #1

By Andrew Howard

Radial velocity and transit measurement techniques

12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Lunch and free time

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2:30 pm Seminar room

Contribution #1

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2:45 pm Seminar room

Contribution #2

Tbd

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3:00 pm Seminar room

Lecture #1

By Alessandro Morbidelli

Dust dynamics

4:00 pm

Coffee break

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4:30 pm Seminar room

Lecture #2

By Alessandro Morbidelli

Accretion of protoplanets

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5:30 pm Seminar room

Lecture #3

By Sean Raymond

Observational constraints and key processes

7:30 pm

Dinner and free time

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09:00 am Seminar room

Lecture #2

By Scott Gaudi

The Snow Line and its importance in planet formation theories

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10:00 am Seminar room

Lecture #2

By Andrew Howard

Mass, size, and period distributions

11:00 am

Coffee break

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11:30 am Seminar room

Lecture #4

By Alessandro Morbidelli

Type I migration

12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Lunch and free time

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2:30 pm Seminar room

Contribution #3

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2:45 pm Seminar room

Contribution #4

Tbd

Tba

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3:00 pm Seminar room

Lecture #3

By Scott Gaudi

The demographics of long-period exoplanets from Direct Imaging and Microlensing surveys

4:00 pm

Coffee break

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4:30 pm Seminar room

Lecture #5

By Alessandro Morbidelli

Gas accretion and Type II migration

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5:30 pm Seminar room

Lecture #2

By Sean Raymond

Hot super-Earths

7:30 pm

Dinner and free time

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08:30 am Seminar room

Lecture #3

By Andrew Howard

Eccentricity distribution

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09:30 am Seminar room

Lecture #4

By Scott Gaudi

Results on the demographics of long-period planets from other detection methods and synthesis

10:30 am

Coffee break

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11:00 am Seminar room

Lecture #6

By Alessandro Morbidelli

Resonance trapping during migration

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12:00 pm Seminar room

Lecture #3

By Sean Raymond

Giant exoplanets

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Lunch

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2:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Tour of the Amalfi Coast

7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Social dinner

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09:00 am Seminar room

Lecture #4

By Sean Raymond

Solar-System formation: classical models

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10:00 am Seminar room

Lecture #1

By Antonino Lanza

Star-planet tidal interaction

11:00 am

Coffee break

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11:30 am Seminar room

Lecture #4

By Andrew Howard

Orbital inclination and obliquity

12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Lunch and free time

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2:30 pm Seminar room

Contribution #5

Tbd

Tba

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2:45 pm Seminar room

Contribution #6

Tbd

Tba

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3:00 pm Seminar room

Lecture #5

By Scott Gaudi

The global context of our understanding of planet formation and demographics

4:00 pm

Coffee break

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4:30 pm Seminar room

Lecture #5

By Sean Raymond

Solar-System formation: alternative models

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5:30 pm Seminar room

Lecture #2

By Antonino Lanza

Tides and the evolution of exoplanets

7:30 pm

Dinner and free time

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09:00 am Seminar room

Lecture #3

By Antonino Lanza

Stellar irradiation and planet atmosphere evaporation

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10:00 am Seminar room

Lecture #5

By Andrew Howard

Planet multiplicity

11:00 am

Coffee break

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11:30 am Seminar room

Lecture #6

By Sean Raymond

Origin of Earth's water and of water on rocky exoplanets

12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Lunch and free time

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2:30 pm Seminar room

Contribution #7

Tbd

Tba

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2:45 pm Seminar room

Contribution #8

Tbd

Tba

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3:00 pm Seminar room

Lecture #4

By Antonino Lanza

Star-planet magnetic interactions and their impact on exoplanets

4:00 pm

Coffee break

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4:30 pm Seminar room

Lecture #6

By Scott Gaudi

What does the future hold?

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5:30 pm Seminar room

Lecture #6

By Andrew Howard

Ultra-short period planets – distributions and properties

7:30 pm

Dinner and free time

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9:00 am

Hiking on the Path of the Gods

Departure from Lloyd's Baia Hotel

Expected return at 6:30 pm

Registration

The School is open to underdraduated, graduate students and young Post-doc researchers. The registration fee is € 350 (Euro), and includes a copy of the Proceedings, conference kit, coffee breaks and social dinner. Registration will open on November 1, 2018.
PLEASE, REGISTER BY FILLING IN THE ON-LINE FORM ON THE RIGHT-HAND PANEL
The Registration Fee must be settled no later than March 1, 2019, with bank transfer to:
Name of Bank: Banca FIDEURAM
Account Holder: Istituto Internazionale per gli Alti Studi Scientifici (IIASS)
Address: Via G. Pellegrino 19, I-84019 - Vietri sul Mare (Sa) Italy
IBAN: IT02 F032 9601 6010 0006 6131 328
BIC: FIBKITMM
Please indicate your name in the REASON for payment and send a copy of the bank transfer to the organisers (ases3@mpia.de).

Registration is open

Deadline: March 1, 2019


A limited number of participants will have the opportunity to present an oral contribution. If you are interested in doing this, please, send an explicit request to the organisers (ases3@mpia.de), together with your CV, title and abstract of your contribution. Deadline: April 1, 2019

All participants are allowed and encouraged to bring a poster.
A limited number of grants, partially covering the accommodation and/or the registration fee, are available. The grants will be assigned upon request and after a careful screening of CVs and funding capabilities. If you are interested to receive a grant, please, send an explicit request to the organisers (ases3@mpia.de), together with your CV.

Grant applications are no longer possible.





Venue

The school will take place at the

Lloyd's Baia Hotel

Via Benedetto Croce
84019 - Salerno, Italy
webpage: www.lloydsbaiahotel.it
e-mail: info@lloydsbaiahotel.it
Tel. +39 089 763 3111 google map: map

Social events

Wednesday, May 29 - Tour of the Amalfi coast and social dinner (free). Individuals who wish to bring partners or family members to the tour and the conference dinner need to pay 70 € per person.
Sunday, May 26 - Visit of Paestum archeological site. From 9:00am to 5:00pm. Cost: 40 €. The cost includes the transfer from the hotel to Pompeii (and vice versa), the entrance ticket, and a professional guide. If you are interested to participate, please, contact the organisers (ases3@mpia.de).
Saturday, June 1 - Hiking on the Path of the Gods. From 9:00am to 6:00pm. Transfer from the hotel to Agerola (starting point of the trail) - hiking on the path of the Gods from Agerola to Nocelle (roughly 3 hr) - going downstairs to Positano - visit of Positano and swimming - return to Salerno by ferry. Cost: 35 €. The cost includes the transfer from the hotel to Agerola and the price of the ticket of the ferry. If you are interested to participate, please, contact the organisers (ases3@mpia.de).

Accommodation

For your stay, we recommend

Lloyd's Baia Hotel

Via Benedetto Croce
84121 - Salerno, Italy
webpage: www.lloydsbaiahotel.it
e-mail: info@lloydsbaiahotel.it
Tel. +39 089 763 3111
google map: map
The Lloyd’s Baia Hotel is very close to Vietri sul Mare, a village that is considered as the “first pearl” in the Amalfi Coast. The hotel’s location is very strategic in that it allows to reach the centre of Salerno in just a few minutes and to visit the surrounding tourist attractions of the Amalfi Coast.

The arranged price (VAT included) per person per night, in shared triple room is € 50,00.

The arranged price (VAT included) per person per night, in shared double room is € 63,00.

The arranged price (VAT included) per person per night, in single room is € 112,00.

The accommodation includes breakfast and the access to the gym and beach. The Hotel offers a shuttle service to its guests for both arrivals and departures.

Please, in order to book your stay, fill out the Hotel Reservation Form and return it by email to both the Hotel (booking@lloydsbaiahotel.it) and the organisers (ases3@mpia.de).
Accommodation form

Lunch / Dinner

If you want, you can have lunch and dinner at the hotel. Prices are 25 € and 30 € for lunch and dinner, respectively, with the possibility to choose dishes from a restricted menu. If you prefer this solution, you have to notify it, at least one day in advance, at the hotel reception or fill in the appropriate entries in the Accommodation form.

Otherwise you can easily reach the center of Vietri sul Mare, which is only a 5 minute walk away. In Vietri sul Mare, you will have a wide choice of restaurants and bars with various price ranges. Based on the proximity and judgments read on Tripadvosor, we recommend the following eating places: Pane e Panorama, Ristorante Pizzeria Da Giufé, Risto Sud Est, Il Principe e la Civetta, Ristorante 34 da Lucia, Ristorante Sesta Stazione.

In the evening, you can also choose to go to the Vietri area near the beach (Marina di Vietri; 25 minute walk away from the Hotel), where there are other restaurants and bar lounges with music. Another good option is to go to the historical downtown of Salerno (35 minute walk away from the Hotel; 10 minutes by bus), which offers many solutions for eating or just for having drink.


Getting there

By air:

The best way to arrive at the Lloyd’s Baia Hotel is from the airport of Naples. On Sunday, May 26, shuttles will be organised from the airport of Naples to the Hotel. Please, communicate your arrival times to the organisers (ases3@mpia.de). If you want to come and leave at your time, please follow the information on the right-hand panel.

Another way to arrive in Vietri sul Mare is from the airport of Rome. Read information below.

Route A

A1) Land at Rome Airport Fiumicino (FCO).
A2) From the Railway Station of the Airport, catch a train to Rome Railway Station (Leonardo Express).
A3) From Rome Railway Station, catch a train to Salerno Railway Station (TRENITALIA).
A4) From Salerno Railway Station catch CSTP bus n. 4 or n. 9 to Vietri (tickets cost € 1,10 at authorized retailers). See this google map. The Lloyd’s Baia Hotel offers a free shuttle service to its guests for both arrivals and departures. Please, contact the Hotel to reserve it.


By train:

Arrive at the Salerno Railway Station and then follow A4

Links:

Rome Airport Fiumicino (FCO)
Naples Airport Capodichino (NAP)
Bus connections map to/from Naples airport
Alibus Naples-Airport Bus Company
Naples Railway Station
BusItalia Campania Company
UNICO Campania
TRENITALIA






From Naples Airport Capodichino to Vietri sul Mare follow Route B, Route C or Route D.

Route B (only weekdays)

B1) Land at Naples Airport Capodichino (NAP)
B2) Catch the BUONOTOURIST bus from the bus terminal, in front of Arrival exit (see map), to Salerno (Bus Terminal, Via Vinciprova). You can buy tickets on board. Departure times are: 09:15 and 13:30.
B3) From the bus stop in Via Vinciprova, catch CSTP bus n. 4 or n. 9 (tickets cost € 1,10 at authorized retailers). See this google map. The Lloyd’s Baia Hotel offers a free shuttle service to its guests for both arrivals and departures. Please, contact the Hotel to reserve it.

Route C (only weekdays)

C1) Land at Naples Airport Capodichino (NAP)
C2) Catch the SITA bus from the bus terminal, in front of Arrival exit (see map), to Salerno (Bus Terminal, Via Vinciprova). You can buy tickets on board. Departure times are: 08:45 and 16:00. Tickets cost € 4,30 at authorized retailers - no surcharge for purchases on board. Then follow B3.

Route D

D1) Land at Naples Airport Capodichino (NAP)
D2) Catch the Alibus bus from the bus terminal, in front of Arrival exit (see map), to Naples Railway Station. You can buy tickets on board. Tickets cost € 4,00 at authorized retailers - no surcharge for purchases on board.
D3) From Naples Railway Station catch a train to Salerno Railway Station
D4) From Salerno Railway Station catch CSTP bus n. 4 or n. 9 (tickets cost € 1,10 at authorized retailers). See this google map. The Lloyd’s Baia Hotel offers a free shuttle service to its guests for both arrivals and departures. Please, contact the Hotel to reserve it.



Participants

Pre-registered



Xanthippi Alexoudi Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam Germany
Giuliano Antoniciello University of Padova Italy
Domenico Barbato INAF - Turin Astrophysical Observatory Italy
Oscar Barragán University of Oxford United Kingdom
Liudmyla Berdina Institute of Radio Astronomy Ukraine
Samantha Brown Max Planck Institute for Astronomy Germany
Andrew Bunting Oxford University United Kingdom
Sonia Cornejo Patiño Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Mexico
Caddy Cortés Universidad de Concepción Chile
Daniel Cummins Imperial College London United Kingdom
Shweta Dalal Institut d'astrophysique de Paris France
Mario Damasso INAF - Turin Astrophysical Observatory Italy
Jerome de Leon University of Tokyo Japan
Daria Desiderà University of Padova Italy
Matías Díaz Universidad de Chile Chile
Esther Euteneuer Heidelberg University Germany
Rachel Fernandes University of Arizona USA
Mohammad Farhat American University of Beirut Lebanon
Francesco M. Flammini Dotti Xi'An Jiaotong-Liverpool University China
Giuseppe Frustagli INAF - Brera Astronomical Observatory Italy
Antonio Garrido Rubio INAF - Palermo Astrophysical Observatory Italy
Antoine Grandje Institut de Planétologie et d'Astrophysique de Grenoble France
Gloria Guilluy University of Turin - OATo Italy
Andrea Guzman Mesa University of Bern Switzerland
Kieran Hirsh Centre de recherche astronomique de Lyon France
Antonella Lucia Iannella University of Sannio Italy
Ekaterina Ilin Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Germany
Jeff Jennings University of Cambridge United Kingdom
Gaia Lacedelli University of Padova Italy
Cecilia Lazzoni INAF - Astronomical Observatory of Padova Italy
Roxanne Ligi INAF - Brera Astronomical Observatory Italy
Rafael Luque Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias Spain
Jasmine MacKenzie Technical University of Berlin Germany
Eleni-Evangelia Manthopoulou University of Padova Italy
Andrew Mayo University of California, Berkeley USA
Darius Modirrousta-Galian INAF - Palermo Astrophysical Observatory Italy
Rebecca Nealon University of Leicester United Kingdom
Louise Nielsen Observatory of Geneva Switzerland
Jon Fernandez Otegi University of Zurich Switzerland
Gaël Ottoni Observatory of the University of Geneva Switzerland
Vatsal Panwar University of Amsterdam Netherlands
Matteo Pinamonti INAF - Turin Astrophysical Observatory Italy
Vanesa Ramírez Universidad de Antioquia Colombia
Douglas Rodrigues Alves Imperial College London United Kingdom
María Paula Ronco Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Chile
Martin Schlecker Max Planck Institute for Astronomy Germany
Sho Shibata University of Tokyo Japan
Shima Ujjani Shivashankara University of Leeds United Kingdom
Daniela Sicilia University of Padova Italy
Vikash Singh INAF - Catania Astrophysical Observatory Italy
Maritza Soto Queen Mary University United Kingdom
Abderahmane Soubkiou Cadi Ayyad University Morocco
Manu Stalport University of Geneva Switzerland
Miles Timpe University of Zurich Switzerland
Arnaud Vericel Centre de Recherche Astrophysique de Lyon France

Registered


Aldo Stefano Bonomo INAF - Turin Astrophysical Observatory Italy
Josh Calcino University of Queensland Australia
Camille Bergez-Casalou Max Planck Institute for Astronomy Germany
Lorenzo Colombo University of Padova Italy
Linn Eriksson Lund Observatory Sweden
Matías Gárate Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Germany
Luke Johnson Imperial College London United Kingdom
Jessica Khaimova University of Göttingen Germany
Samuel Karlin University of Leeds United Kingdom
Tadahiro Kimura University of Tokyo Japan
Sara Lenzi University of Turin Italy
Kristina Monsch Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Germany
Mayuko Mori University of Tokyo Japan
Dominique Petit ESO Germany
Paul-Louis Poulier Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research Germany
James Rogers Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Austria
Arnaud Roisin University of Namur Belgium
Sofia Savvidou Max Planck Institute for Astronomy Germany
Matthew Standing University of Birmingham United Kingdom
Benedetta Veronesi University of Milano Italy
Noriharu Watanabe SOKENDAI Japan
David Wöckel Thuringian State Observatory Germany
Apostolos Zormpas Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich Germany




Our Sponsors

The 3rd Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science is supported by the University of Salerno (UNISA), the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" (UNIROMA2), the National Institute of Astrophysics (INAF), the Max Planck Institute of Astronomy (MPIA), Progetto Premiale INAF 2015 Frontiera of the Italian Ministry of the University and Research (MIUR), and by Europlanet 2020 RI Work Package NA1 - Innovation through Science Networking, Task 5. The EU-project Europlanet 2020 RI has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654208.

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Organisers

The event is organised by

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Katia Biazzo
INAF - Astrophysical Observatory of Catania
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Valerio Bozza
Department of Physics, University of Salerno
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Luigi Mancini
Department of Physics, University of Rome Tor Vergata
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Alessandro Sozzetti
INAF - Astrophysical Observatory of Turin

Previous Lecturers

Lecturers of the previous editions of the Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science

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Artie P. Hatzes
Thuringian State Observatory, Germany
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Andrew C. Cameron
University of St Andrews, UK
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Andrew Gould
Ohio State University, USA
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Riccardo Claudi
Astronomical Observatory of Padova, Italy
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Jonathan Fortney
University of California, USA
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David Sing
University of Exeter, UK
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Jonathan Tennyson
University College London, UK
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Davide Grassi
INAF - IAPS, Italy