Emergent Exoplanet researchers will meet at Cornell

Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science will meet at Cornell June 13 and 14.

Young researchers in exoplanet science will present research and discuss emerging ideas in the field at the second annual Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science Symposium (ERES), to be held at Cornell University June 13-14. The symposium will be an opportunity to discuss ideas from an interdisciplinary perspective and rethink what we know about planets in and outside our Solar System. Email eres_AT_astro.cornell.edu for more information.

ERES is aimed at early career scientists (graduate students, postdocs, advanced undergraduates) working in all branches of exoplanetary science and related disciplines, such as planetary science, engineering, biology, and related instrumentation and theory. The symposium will give emerging researchers the opportunity to present their research and network with peers, with the goal of enhancing collaborations within the exoplanet community.

ERES is held annually on a rotating basis between partner institutions. In 2015 it was held at Pennsylvania State University; in 2017 it will be held at Yale University. The 2016 meeting is supported by the Carl Sagan Institute.

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