Program

All of the talks on Monday and Tuesday will be in West Hall 340

Slides from the talks are accessible by clicking on presenters’ names.

Monday

8:30 – 9am Continental breakfast
9 –  9:20 Welcome, overview
9:20 – 10:05 Michael LineRetrieval Philosophies
10:05 – 10:25 Coffee break
10:25 – 11:10 Jo Barstow (remote), Solar System vs. Exoplanet Retrieval Techniques
11:10 – 11:55 Cheng LiMapping Jupiter in 3D with Juno
12 – 2pm Lunch (on own)
2 – 2:30 Flash talks
2:30 – 3:15 David van DykUnified Analyses of Populations of Sources: Advantages of “Shrinkage Estimates” in Astronomy
3:15 – 3:35 Coffee break with snacks
3:35 – 4:20 Caroline MorleyHow Aerosols Confuse Everything
4:20 – 5:05 Ian Dobbs-Dixon, Wavelength Doesn’t Equal Pressure, and Other 3D Effects
5 – 8pm Dinner (on own)
8 – 10pm Group visit to the Detroit Observatory (and viewing through a telescope from 1857, if weather permits)

Tuesday

8:30 – 9am Continental breakfast
9 – 9:45 Laura KreidbergPhase Curves in the Wild: Finding the Signal in the Noise
9:45 – 10:30 Theodora KaralidiMapping brown dwarf atmospheres with multi-wavelength observations
10:30 – 11 Coffee break
11 – 11:45 Beth Biller (remote), Imaging Substellar Objects with Doppler Tomography
12 – 2pm Lunch (on own)
2 – 2:30 Flash talks
2:30 – 3:15 Jayne BirkbyHigh-Resolution Atmospheric Spectroscopy
3:15 – 3:45 Coffee break with snacks
3:45 – 4:30 Nikole LewisFuture Prospects with Webb
4:30 – 5 Summary and preparation for workshop days
6:30pm Conference dinner at the Blue Tractor

Wednesday – Friday

We will help to organize participants into groups to spend time tackling questions, solving problems, and developing tools that we together identify as being important.

Wednesday will begin from 9-11am in West Hall 340

Thursday we will meet from 9-10am (or as long as noon) in West Hall 411