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November 2015

 1st PlanetS workshop on Bayesian Statistics

Bern University. Seminar Room 215., Hochschulstrasse 4
Bern, 3012 Switzerland

Thank you! The organisers would like to thank the speakers and all participants of the workshop for a very fruitful meeting. See you again soon for the second workshop in the series. The video recording of the talks can be found here. You can skip between talks using the bookmarks on the left hand menu. ===== Data analysis is a central part of the scientific method. The discovery and characterisation of exoplanets requires sophisticated statistical methods, to extract weak planetary signals…

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March 2017

Workshop: Exoplanets in Binary Stars

University of Bern, Seminar Room 205, Hallerstrasse 6
3012 Bern, Switzerland

Dear all, you are invited to a 1-day NCCR PlanetS workshop on Exoplanets in Binary Stars this March in Bern!   In short: → What: NCCR PlanetS workshop “Exoplanets in Binary Stars” → When: March 27 → Where: University of Bern, Seminar Room 205, Hallerstrasse 6, 3012 Bern   Schedule: 9:00 registration/coffee 9:30 Welcome/Announcements Sebastian Daemgen (ETHZ) 9:40 Circumbinary planets & disks Willy Kley (Tübingen) 10:10 Close-in circumbinary & circumstellar planets David Martin (Geneva) 10:40 Rotation of planets around binary…

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May 2017

Workshop on Exoplanet Densities: Observations and Modeling

University of Bern, main building, room 304, Hochschulstrasse 6
3012 Bern, Switzerland

Dear ALL, We remind you of the 1-day NCCR PlanetS workshop in Bern on “Exoplanet densities: Observations and modeling” which will be on May 3 (Wednesday) this year. Your doodle entries helped us to fixing May 3. Now, for a definite registration, please check your doodle-entry and edit/add if necessary: Abstract: Combining photometric transits with radial velocity measurements yields planetary radius, mass and thus bulk density. The possible range of interior structures that can be modelled from mass and radius is…

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