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XV INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF ASTROBIOLOGY ‹JOSEP COMAS I SOLÀ›. EXOPLANET HABITABILITY

Información General

Código
63EC
Horas
30
Fecha
26 Jun 2017
30 Jun 2017
Precio
130 € Tarifa C
Tipo
Escuela
Temática
Ciencias y Tecnología
ECTS
1

Sede donde se gestiona

Santander

Lugar de impartición

Santander - Península de la Magdalena (Hall Real)

Dirección

Rory Barnes
University of Washington, USA

José Miguel Mas Hesse
Centro de Astrobiología (CSIC-INTA), Spain

Secretaría

Carlos Briones Llorente
Centro de Astrobiología CSIC-INTA, Spain

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Descripción de la actividad

*Curso acreditado por el Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte para profesores de enseñanzas no universitarias

With the detection of small planets orbiting nearby stars mounting and new characterization methods appearing, the discovery of life beyond the Solar System may occur in the near future. However, the challenges in recognizing habitable exoplanets, i.e. those with liquid water on their surface, remain significant. This School will bring together scientists interested in observational techniques that can probe terrestrial planet properties, as well as the physical processes that dictate planetary features such as planet formation, atmospheric phenomena, and geophysical effects.

Traditionally, the search for habitable planets beyond the Solar System begins with identifying terrestrial exoplanets orbiting in their host star's habitable zone: a shell around the star in which an Earth-like planet with an atmosphere could support liquid water on its surface. While this condition must be met, many additional features are important which can be roughly divided into factors due to the host star, the planetary system, and the planet itself. The School will explore the connections between these aspects of planetary systems that permit habitable surface environments. Thus, the intellectual connections the students develop at this School will facilitate interdisciplinary research that brings the groundbreaking discovery of life beyond Earth within our grasp.

Participantes

DIRECCIÓN

Rory Barnes
University of Washington, USA

José Miguel Mas Hesse
Centro de Astrobiología (CSIC-INTA), Spain

SECRETARÍA

Carlos Briones Llorente
Centro de Astrobiología CSIC-INTA, Spain

PARTICIPANTES

Giada Arney
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

Álvaro Giménez Cañete
Director of Science and Robotic Exploration, ESA
Head of ESAC

Adrian Lenardic
Rice University, USA

Don Pollacco
University of Warwick, UK

Sean N. Raymond
Université de Bordeaux, France

Programa

Lunes, 26 Junio 2017

10:00
Welcome lectures
José Miguel Mas Hesse
Rory Barnes

11:30
Introduction to Exoplanets, Detection Methods, Statistics and Expected Yields of Future Surveys
Don Pollacco

15:00
The Diversity of Tectonic Modes
Adrian Lenardic

Martes, 27 Junio 2017

09:00
Excursion to Zumaia Flysch (whole day)

Miércoles, 28 Junio 2017

10:00
Spectral Signatures of Habitability
Giada Arney

11:30
Methods and Limitations to the Detection of Terrestrial Exoplanet and their Atmospheres
Don Pollacco

15:00
Scientific Program ESA
Álvaro Giménez Cañete

15:30
Planet Formation Mechanisms
Sean N. Raymond

Jueves, 29 Junio 2017

10:00
Plate Tectonics and Habitability
Adrian Lenardic

11:30
Haze and Cloud Formation in the Solar System and Beyond
Giada Arney

15:00
The Diversity of Terrestrial Planet Compositions
Sean N. Raymond

Viernes, 30 Junio 2017

10:00
Student presentations

11:30
Synthesis + diplomas