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Cambridge Exoplanet and Life Day

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Annelies Mortier.

We will have multiple short talks:

Didier Queloz – “Intro to IPLU ”

Claire Marie Guimond – “Land planets, water planets, and the topography that makes them”

Laura Rogers – “The composition of exoplanetary bodies – as probed in accreting white dwarfs with gaseous emission”

Catriona Murray – “A Study of Flares in the Ultra-Cool Regime from SPECULOOS -South”

Emily Mitchell – “The importance of stochastic over deterministic processes in structuring Ediacaran early animal communities”

Jonathan Itcovitz – “Reduced Environments of Post-Impact Worlds”

Florian Lienhard – “Radial Velocities and Magnetic Flux Estimates via Least-Squares Deconvolution”

Pip Liggins – “Probing mantle redox with planetary atmospheres”

Craig Walton – “Interference chemistry: how geology can help us explore the origins of life”

Anjali Piette – “Thermal and Radiative Conditions in Mini-Neptune Atmospheres”

Pieter Durman – “Aliens are more likely to be Darwinian than Lamarckian.”

Sebastian Marino – “The radial structure of exoKuiper belts”

Nick Green – “Illuminating Life’s Origins: UV Photochemistry in Abiotic Synthesis of Biomolecules”

Zephyr Penoyre – “Astrometric detection of unresolvable binaries & the Gaia view of exoplanet host stars”

Additionally there will be 1-min pitches.

This talk is part of the Exoplanet Seminars series.

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