Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science (ERES) Symposium will be held at Cornell June 17-19, 2019

June 17-19, 2019 @ Cornell University

Announcing the fifth annual Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science (ERES) Symposium at Cornell, June 17-19, 2019. ERES is aimed at early career scientists (graduate student, postdoc, advanced undergraduate) working in all branches of exoplanetary science and related disciplines (e.g., planetary science, engineering, biology, related instrumentation, and theory). Its purpose is to give these emerging researchers the opportunity to present their work to an interested audience, provide opportunities to network with peers, and build collaborations within the exoplanet community. ERES is held annually on a rotating basis between partner institutions Yale and Penn State. The 2019 meeting is supported by the Carl Sagan Institute at Cornell.

Details about the program and registration can be found at http://eres.astro.cornell.edu

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