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Day 1 - Wednesday June 20 - Planet Detection and Populations

Planet Detection I

Chair: Keivan Stassun (Vanderbilt University)

10:30-11:00 Welcome & Logistics Organizers

11:00-11:18 KELT-9b: A Transiting Hot Jupiter Hotter Than Most Stars Scott Gaudi (The Ohio State University)

11:18-11:48 Spectroscopic Follow-up Observations of Transiting Planets around Hot Stars David Latham (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)

11:48-12:18 Searching for Planets around Early-Type Stars and around Young Stars Anne-Marie Lagrange (IPAG/CNRS)

12:18-1:48 Lunch

Planet Detection II & Demographics

Chair: Knicole Colón (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)

1:48-2:06 Giant Planets around Close-By Young-Stars: Results from a HARPS Survey Antoine Grandjean (IPAG)

2:06-2:36 The Giant Planet Frequency-Stellar Host Mass Correlation at Wide Separations Brendan Bowler (The University of Texas at Austin)

2:36-2:54 The Giant Planet-Host Star Metallicity Correlation for Hot Stars Kevin Schlaufman (Johns Hopkins University)

2:54-3:12 Survival Function Analysis of Planet Size and Orbital Distributions Li Zeng (Harvard University)

3:12-3:42 Coffee

Planet Detection III & Binaries

Chair: Avi Shporer (MIT)

3:42-4:12 The Gemini Planet Imager Exoplanet Survey Eric Nielsen (KIPAC/Stanford)

4:12-4:30 Final Results from SPOTS: The Search for Planets Orbiting Two Stars Ruben Asensio Torres (Stockholm University)

4:30-4:48 Prospects for Astrometric Detection of Giant Exoplanets in Hot Binary Systems Tyler Gardner (University of Michigan)

4:48-5:18 Hot Star Multiplicity: Impacts on Planet Formation and Detection Kaitlin Kratter (University of Arizona)

5:18-5:48 Day 1 Summary Marshall Johnson (The Ohio State University)

Day 2 - Thursday June 21 - Characterization of Planets

Doppler Tomography

Chair: Kim McLeod (Wellesley College)

9:00-9:30 Chasing Shadows: The Tale of WASP-33b Andrew Collier Cameron (University of St Andrews)

9:30-9:48 Doppler Tomographic Measurement for the Orbital Precession of WASP-33b Noriharu Watanabe (SOKENDAI [The Graduate University of Advanced Studies])

9:48-10:06 Spin-Orbit Misalignments of Planets around Hot Stars as a Tracer of Planet Migration Marshall Johnson (The Ohio State University)

10:06-10:24 Understanding the Origin of Warm Neptunes: A Case Study with HD 106315 Joey Rodriguez (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)

10:24-10:54 Coffee

Spin-Orbit Misalignments & Atmospheres I

Chair: Allyson Bieryla (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)

10:54-11:12 Measuring Spin-Orbit Alignments of Planets Transiting Rapidly Rotating Stars John Ahlers (University of Idaho)

11:12-11:30 Kepler-13Ab - The Most Well Studied Planet Orbiting an A-Type Star Avi Shporer (MIT)

11:30-12:00 Atmospheric Escape from Hot Jupiters orbiting Hot Stars Ruth Murray-Clay (University of California, Santa Cruz)

12:00-12:18 The XUV Spectrum of Intermediate-Mass Stars within the Context of Planet Atmospheric Escape Luca Fossati (Space Research Institute)

12:18-1:48 Lunch

Atmospheres II

Chair: Siyi Xu (Gemini)

1:48-2:06 Na I and Ha Absorption Features in the Atmosphere of MASCARA-2b/KELT-20b Núria Casasayas-Barris (Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias)

2:06-2:24 High-Resolution Spectroscopy in the Confirmation of Temperature Inversions Stephanie Merritt (Queen's University Belfast)

2:24-2:42 Excursions into Inversions: First Results from the QUB Secondary Eclipse Campaign Matthew Hooton (Queen's University Belfast)

2:42-3:00 Investigating the Atmospheric Properties of an Inflated Planet Transiting a Retired A Star Knicole Colón (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)

3:00-3:30 Coffee

Atmospheres III & Stellar Characterization

Chair: Jamie Tayar (The Ohio State University)

3:30-3:48 Observational Signatures of Cold-trap Processes in Highly Irradiated Ultra Hot Jupiters Thomas Beatty (Pennsylvania State University)

3:48-4:06 Modelling the Hottest Jovian Atmospheres Joshua Lothringer (University of Arizona)

4:06-4:24 Characterizing Exoplanets (and False Positives) Orbiting Hot Stars in the Era of Precision Stellar Astrophysics Dan Stevens (The Ohio State University)

4:24-4:54 Day 2 Summary Scott Gaudi (The Ohio State University)

6:00-7:30 Banquet

Day 3 - Friday June 22 - Stars and the Fate of Planetary Systems

Stars & Stellar Evolution

Chair: Joey Rodriguez (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)

9:00-9:30 Accurate Characterization of Intermediate-Mass Stars with Asteroseismology, Astrometry, and Spectroscopy Andrew Tkachenko (Institute of Astronomy, KU Leuven)

9:30-10:00 Detecting Interactions in Intermediate Mass Stars through Rotation Jamie Tayar (The Ohio State University)

10:00-10:30 When Hot Stars Become Cool Stars: Planet Engulfment During Stellar Evolution Joleen Carlberg (STScI)

10:30-10:48 A-Type Stars, the Destroyers of Worlds: The Lives and Deaths of Jupiters in Evolving Stellar Binaries Alexander Stephan (UCLA)

10:48-11:18 Coffee

White Dwarfs

Chair: Ryan Oelkers (Vanderbilt University)

11:18-11:48 Detecting Transiting Objects around White Dwarfs Siyi Xu (Gemini)

11:48-12:06 Using LSST to Find Planets around White Dwarfs Michael Lund (Vanderbilt University)

12:06-12:24 How Much Are Planets Contributing to White Dwarf Pollution? Andrew Shannon (Pennsylvania State University)

12:24-1:54 Lunch

Stars & Future Prospects

Chair: Karen Collins (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)

1:54-2:24 Planets by Pulsation Timing Simon Murphy (University of Sydney)

2:24-2:54 Day 3 Summary and Meeting Wrap-Up Joshua Pepper (Lehigh University)