3rd Oxford Meeting on Planets
December 3, 2019
Beecroft Building, Simpkins Lee Seminar Room, 9.00am
The annual Oxford Meeting on Planets aims to bring together the local planetary science community and to foster collaboration and interdisciplinary discussions. Thematically, contributions spanning the entire range of planetary sciences are most welcome. This year's workshop will feature a mixture of invited + contributed talks together with an extended poster session. Submissions from early-career researchers and students are highly encouraged.
Beecroft Building, Simpkins Lee seminar room
See map at the bottom
Coffee from 9.00am, start talks at 9.25am
Dr. Oliver Shorttle (University of Cambridge)
Tracing the building blocks of habitable worlds from disks to planets
Dr. Dan Bower (University of Bern)
Some like it hot: the evolution of hot and molten terrestrial interiors
Prof. Scott McLennan (Stony Brook University / sabbatical @ Oxford Earth Sciences)
The Nature of Planetary Crusts: Lessons for the Study of Exoplanets?
Dr. Chelsea Huang (MIT)
Planets from the First Year of TESS Mission
The meeting programme can be found here.
Abstracts can be found here.
The poster boards are 37.5 inches tall and 48 wide. Of this, approximately 35.5 x 46” is displayable space. Due to the design of the boards they can only be assembled in this orientation. A0 is 33.1 x 46.8 in and so would be slightly oversized for these boards. The most straightforward solution to avoid custom sizing would thus be A1 landscape.
The registration deadline on 15 November has passed.
Please contact the organisers via email if you would like to participate.
Tim Lichtenberg, email@example.com
Adina Pusok, firstname.lastname@example.org