Flatiron Exoplanet Atmospheres Symposium
The Center for Computational Astrophysics of the Flatiron Institute is hosting an informal symposium on exoplanet atmospheres. The overall goal is to bring together experts and beginning researchers from various sub-areas of exoplanet atmospheres, to highlight current research as well as explore directions for the coming decade. More specifically, the symposium aims to:
● Communicate latest developments in theory/modeling and observation/instrument
● Exchange ideas, discuss critical issues, and forge new collaborations
● Provide a forum to showcase the research of students and junior scientists, and to encourage interactions between junior and senior scientists
● Encourage interdisciplinary discussions with the Earth and Planetary Science and other astrophysics communities.
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