Oral Program EX3

Direct Imaging of Exoplanets
Convener: A. Boccaletti 
Co-Convener: A.-M. Lagrange 
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Wednesday, 11 Sep 2013
Room: Neptune - Chemistry Ramsay
09:00–09:15
EPSC2013-624
Revisiting the protoplanet candidate embedded in the HD100546 circumstellar disk - Multi-epoch and multi-filter observations with VLT/NACO
S.P. Quanz, A. Amara, M.R. Meyer, M. Kenworthy, J. Girard, and M. Kasper
09:15–09:30
EPSC2013-785
Reconnaissance of the β Pictoris system down to 1.75 AU with the L' - b and vector vortex coronagraph on VLT/NACO
J. Milli, O. Absil, D. Mawet, and A.-M. Lagrange
09:30–09:45
EPSC2013-954
SPHERE: a Planet Finder Instrument for the VLT
J.-L. Beuzit and the SPHERE Consortium Team
09:45–10:00
EPSC2013-782
Characterization of the Super-Jupiter Kappa Andromedae b
M. Bonnefoy, J.C. Carson, T. Currie, C. Thalmann, P. Hinz, G.-D. Marleau, B. Biller, H. Klahr, F. Allard, J.P. Wisniewski, A. Skemer, N. Zimmerman, J. Schlieder, M. Tamura, K.R. Covey, M. Janson, and M. McElwain
10:00–10:15
EPSC2013-1020
SPOTS: Search for Planets Orbiting Two Stars A Direct Imaging Survey for Circumbinary Planets
C. Thalmann, S. Desidera, C. Bergfors, A. Boccaletti, M. Bonavita, J.C. Carson, M. Feldt, M. Goto, T. Henning, M. Janson, and C. Mordasini
10:15–10:30
EPSC2013-1024
LBT observations of the HR8799 planetary system
D. Mesa, C. Arcidiacono, R. U. Claudi, S. Desidera, S. Esposito, R. Gratton, and E. Masciadri
Coffee Break
11:00–11:15
EPSC2013-1025
International Deep Planet Survey, 317 stars to determine the wide-separated planet frequency
R. Galicher, C. Marois, B. Macintosh, B. Zuckerman, I. Song, T. Barman, and J. Patience
11:15–11:30
EPSC2013-1051
Discovery of a Highly Eccentric Orbit for Fomalhaut b
P. Kalas, J.R. Graham, M.P. Fitzgerald, and M. Clampin
11:30–11:45
EPSC2013-1053
The lowest mass giant planet ever imaged around a star
J. Rameau, G. Chauvin, A.-M. Lagrange, A. Boccaletti, S.P. Quanz, M. Bonnefoy, J.H. Girard, P. Delorme, S. Desidera, H. Klahr, C. Mordasini, C. Dumas, and M. Bonavita