TRAPPIST-1 JWST Community Initiative: expression of interest
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NameEmail address Area of ExpertiseWorking Group(s)Description of Working Groups
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Michael Gillonmichael.gillon@uliege.beObservation - transiting planet detection and characterization - high-precision optical & infrared photometry
Working Group 1:
Assessing GTO observations.
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Victoria Meadowsmeadows@uw.edu
Modeling terrestrial evolution, habitability and biosignatures, synthetic spectra, observation planning, NIR spectroscopy, Venus
1,3Leads:Daniel Koll, Jacob Lustig-Yaeger
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Avi MandellAvi.Mandell@nasa.govTransit, eclipse spectroscopy, some RT modeling and retrievalsParticipants:Avi Mandel, Thomas Fauchez +
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Lionel Garcialgarcia@uliege.beObservation - temperate planets characterizationDescription:The aim of this WG would be to combine models from multiple groups to assess the possible scientific output of the GTO observations and the kind of complementary observations that could be proposed in Cycle 1 for planets b, d, e, f (the other planets are not part of GTOs). The science assessment will look at what models/environmental characteristics could be discriminated with the planned GTO observations and more extensive observations, including the significance of a null result.
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Zach Berta-Thompsonzach.bertathompson@colorado.eduObservation - exoplanet atmospheres, small stars, exoplanet populations2,3,4
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Tad Komacektkomacek@uchicago.eduPlanetary atmospheres theory and simulations1,3
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Edwin Kitekite@uchicago.eduGeoscience modeling3
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Joshua Krissansen-Tottonjkt@ucsc.eduplanetary atmospheres3
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Alain Lecavelierlecaveli@iap.frObservation - exoplanet atmospheres, data analysis and measurement of physical properties
Working Group 2:
Complementary observations.
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Subu Mohantysmohanty@ic.ac.uk
Modeling - M dwarf activity, atmospheric evaporation, secondary atmospheres; Observation - hi-res spectroscopy to better characterise the central star
Leads:Michaël
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Karl StapelfeldtKarl.R.Stapelfeldt@jpl.nasa.govPlanet formation, programmaticsParticipants:Subu Mohanty, Vladimir Airapetian +
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Vignesh Krishnamurthykrishnamurthy.v.aa@m.titech.ac.jpObservation: NIR and IR spectroscopy; Ground based observtion2Description:This WG aims to organize the ground- and space-based observations that would complement and optimize the JWST ones: transit timing/TTVs, RVs, stellar variability (to help constraining the atmospheric evaporation + photospheric + chromospheric models but also the stellar contamination analyses including how active, how spotted, and periodicities). Vlad mentioned that he should be able to set-up a X-ray monitoring of the star with Chandra. Monitoring in high-resolution spectroscopy should also be envisioned. Applying for SWIFT ToO time might be quite fruitful.
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Eliza Kemptonekempton@astro.umd.eduAtmospheres modeling (RT, chemistry, etc.)3
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Daniel Kolldkoll@mit.eduAtmospheric detectability; 3d dynamics modelling1,3
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Chuanfei Dongdcfy@princeton.eduAtmospheric loss and evolution modeling2,3
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Tealteal@astro.umd.eduAtmospheres (photochemistry & climate modelling mainly)
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Yoni Brandejonathan.brande@nasa.govTransit lightcurve modeling, TTV analysis
Working Group 3:
Planetary Environments and Evolution
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Vincent Bourriervincent.bourrier@unige.chAtmospheric loss and upper atmospheres, space-borne and ground-based high-res spectroscopy, escape modeling2,3Leads:Chuanfei Dong, Subu Mohanty
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Daria Pidhorodetskadaria.pidhorodetska@nasa.govModeling terrestrial exoplanet atmospheres Participants:Joshua Krissansen-Totton, Peter Gao, Vladimir Airapetian, Jake Lustig-Yaeger, Victoria Meadows.
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Gabrielle Engelmann-Suissa
gabrielle.engelmann-suissa@nasa.gov
Modeling atmospheres, synthetic spectra3Description:This group will work on anticipated/predicted system-wide trends in atmospheric characteristics to help justify observing the entire sequence of 7 planets, rather than just one or two. This was envisioned to be an interdisciplinary group focused on atmospheres, but taking into account the modification of atmospheres via atmospheric loss as well as replenishment by outgassing. Specific questions to be addressed include: What can geophysics tell us about the possible atmospheric compositions of the planets, considering different bulk compositions and outgassing scenarios? It would be desirable to derive a table listing possible atmospheric scenarios for the planets and the observations required to falsify these hypotheses, eventually resulting into a global and sequential plan for the atmospheric characterization of the planets. In other words, we should not focus on one planet in particular, but instead study them all in an optimal way to make possible a detailed comparative study of the whole system, detect outliers, etc. This group is comprised of both forward modellers and those interested in modeling for spectroscopic retrieval.
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Vladimir Airapetianvladimir.airapetian@nasa.govStellar MHD corona and wind models, atmospheric loss, atmospheric chemistry
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Peter Gao gaoliu2000@gmail.comAtmospheric modeling (chemistry + aerosols)
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Thomas Fauchezthomas.j.fauchez@nasa.govGCM/photochemistry/PSG
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Benjamin Rackhambrackham@mit.eduTransmission spectroscopy; stellar variability and spectral contamination1,2,4
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Eric Wolferic.wolf@colorado.edu3D atmosphere modeling 1,3
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Megan Mansfieldmeganmansfield@uchicago.eduObservation, data reduction, exoplanet atmospheres
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Elsa Ducroteducrot@uliege.beObservation - transiting planet detection and characterization
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Laetitia Delrezldelrez@uliege.beObservation - transiting planet detection and characterization - high-precision optical & infrared photometry2,4
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Amaury Triauda.triaud@bham.ac.ukData analysis, transit & eclipse spectro-photometry, interpretation, mapping, TTVs, planet formation2,4
Working Group 4:
JWST Synthetic Data Generation and Analysis
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Laura Kreidberglaura.kreidberg@cfa.harvard.eduobservations - tranists, eclipses, phase curvesLeads:Laura Kreidberg, René Doyon
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Eric Agolagol@uw.eduTransit-timing, stellar variability, modeling, inference and analysis tools.Participants:++
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Emmanuel Jehinejehin@uliege.beObservation - data reduction, photometry, spectroscopy, astrometry2Description:Working group interested in synthetic JWST data generation and analysis to support observation planning.
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Jacob Lustig-Yaegerjlustigy@uw.eduModeling - terrestrial exoplanet atmospheres, observations, radiative transfer, retrieval
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Wade Henningwade.g.henning@nasa.govModeling - terrestiral planet interiors, geophysics, tidal heating, volcanism
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Chris Reinhardchris.reinhard@eas.gatech.eduModeling - ocean biogeochemistry
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Robin Wordsworthrwordsworth@seas.harvard.eduExoplanet atmosphere theory and modelling
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Stephen Kaneskane@ucr.eduHabitability, Venus analogs, climate modeling, observations with photoemtry and RVs (Keck and APF access)1,2,3
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Ravi Kopparapuravikumar.kopparapu@nasa.govExoplanet atmosphere theory and modelling, atmospheric escape
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Tyler Robinsontyler.robinson@nau.eduatmospheres; radiative transfer; climate; instrument/observation modeling1,4
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Benjamin Charnaybenjamin.charnay@obspm.fr1D/3D atmospheric modelling (climate & photochemistry)
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Diana Powelldkpowell@ucsc.eduCloud microphysics and atmospheric modeling
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Vivien Parmentiervivien.parmentier@physics.ox.ac.ukspectral interpretation.
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Thomas Quinntrq@astro.washington.eduModeling - planet formation, dynamics
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Edward Schwietermaneschwiet@ucr.eduModeling - photochemistry, climate, spectroscopy, atmospheres1, 3
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Nancy Kiangnancy.y.kiang@nasa.govModeling - GCM climate
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Doug Linlin@ucolick.org
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Colby Ostbergcostb001@ucr.eduVenus Geology and Exo-Venuses, Climate Modeling, Comparative Planetology
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Enric Palleepalle@iac.eshigh-resolution transmission spectroscopy2
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Valerie Van Grootelvalerie.vangrootel@uliege.behost star modeling
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Adam Burgasseraburgasser@ucsd.eduhost star properties (spectra, variability, multiplicity, activity, age, metallicity, context with late-M population)2
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Owen Lehmerolehmer@uw.eduplanetary atmospheres
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Jonathan Fortneyjfortney@ucsc.eduPlanetary atmospheres and interiors
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Brice-Olivier Demorybrice.demory@csh.unibe.ch
Observations (high-precision photometry, data reduction and analysis), dynamics (TTV analyses), statistics (Bayesian inference)
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Brett Morrisbrett.morris@space.unibe.chStellar magnetic activity, transit timing variations, spectral contamination
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Jens Hoeijmakersjens.hoeijmakers@space.unibe.ch
Exoplanet observations; ground-based, high spectral resolution, complementary to JWST, with HARPS/ESPRESSO/CRIRES/NIRPS, etc.
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Kevin Hengkevin.heng@csh.unibe.chGeneral theory and phenomenology of atmospheres (chemistry, radiative transfer, retrieval, dynamics, etc)
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Andrea Guzman Mesa
andrea.guzmanmesa@space.unibe.ch
Exoplanet atmospheres and interiors
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Marko Sestovicmarko.sestovic@csh.unibe.chObservations, transits, statistics and noise modelling
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Chloe Fisherchloe.fisher@csh.unibe.chExoplanet atmospheres, retrievals
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Daniel Kitzmanndaniel.kitzmann@csh.unibe.chAtmospheric modelling of exoplanet atmospheres, radiative transfer, retrieval, clouds
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Simon Grimmsimon.grimm@csh.unibe.chorbital dynamics, TTVs
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Francisco J. Pozuelosfjpozuelos@uliege.beObservation - transiting planets detection and characterization - Orbital dynamics
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Julien de Witjdewit@mit.eduData reduction, analysis, and atmospheric retrieval
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Sinan Lisinan.li@csh.unibe.chExoplanet atmospheres, GCM
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Paulo A. Miles-Páezpauloalberto.milespaez@eso.orgObservations - atmospheric studies of the host star - linear polarimetry - transits2,3
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Mayuko Morimori@astron.s.u-tokyo.ac.jpObservations - low-resolution transmission spectroscopy2,4
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beibei liu
bbliu@astro.lu.se;bbliu1208@gmail.com
planet formation and evolution around ultra-cool dwarfs, orbtial dynamics 2,3
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Vera Dobosdobos@konkoly.hutidal heating, habitability3
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Peter Wheatleyp.j.wheatley@warwick.ac.ukX-ray and EUV irradiation and atmospheric escape; transmission spectroscopy2,3
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Ignas Snellensnellen@strw.leidenuniv.nlExoplanet atmosphere observations
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Pierre-Olivier Lagagepierre-olivier.lagage@cea.frJWST instrumentation (especially MIRI), IR observations of exoplanet atmospheres, data reduction1,4
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Martin Turbetmartin.turbet@unige.ch
3D/1D numerical climate models and applications for predicting possible atmospheric compositions, potential habitability, and for generating observables
1,2,3
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Olivia Limolivia.lim@umontreal.caRadial velocities, stellar jitter in RV, SPIRou (PhD student)
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Thomas Hawortht.haworth@qmul.ac.ukSynthetic Observations. Radiation hydrodynamics. Protoplanetary discs4
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René Doyondoyon@astro.umontreal.caInfrared RV follow-up, atmospheric characterization with JWST,
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Remo Burnremo.burn@space.unibe.ch
Planet formation theory, planetary population synthesis around different host stars
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Björn Bennekebbenneke@astro.umontreal.caObservation, exoplanet atmospheres, small planets2,3,4
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Caroline Piauletcaroline@astro.umontreal.caObservation, exoplanet atmospheres, small planets2,3,4
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Akihiko Fukuiafukui@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jpObservation - ground-based multiband photometry, low-resolution transmission spectroscopy2,4
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Yasunori Horiyasunori.hori@nao.ac.jpPlanet formation theory, planetary atmosphere and interiors
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Nikku Madhusudhannmadhu@ast.cam.ac.ukAtmospheric and interior modelling, retrievals3,4
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Luis Welbanksluis.welbanks@ast.cam.ac.ukAtmospheric modelling, retrievals3,4
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Anjali Pietteap763@cam.ac.ukAtmospheric modelling, retrievals3,4
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Alexandre Correiaacor@uc.ptOrbital and spin dynamics, tidal evolution, habitability, radial-velocities 2,3
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Emeline Bolmontemeline.bolmont@unige.chTidal heating, habitability, orbital and rotational dynamics2,3
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Kyriaki I. Antoniadoukyant@auth.grOrbital dynamics, periodic orbits2,3
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Pothuneni Ravi Rajaravirajapothuneni@osmania.ac.inInvestigative studies of close binaries with tertiary components/Exoplanets2,3
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Rukmini J
rukminiouastro@osmania.ac.inObservational Astronomy- Photometric and Spectroscopic studies of Eclipsing binaries2,3
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Anne-Sophie Libertanne-sophie.libert@unamur.beFormation and dynamics of extrasolar systems
2,3
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Shanti Priya Dastroshanti@gmail.comObservational studies of Eclipsing binaries2,3
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Jean Teyssandierjean.teyssandier@unamur.beFormation and dynamics of extrasolar systems2,3
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Michael L. Wongmiquai@uw.eduAtmospheric Modeling, Astrobiology3
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Didier Quelozdq212@cam.ac.ukExoplanet science, transiting planet, optical & infrared photometry, precise spectroscopy
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Daniella Bardalez Gagliuffidbardalezgagliuffi@amnh.orghost star properties (spectra, variability, multiplicity, context with late-M population)2
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Norio Naritanorio.narita@nao.ac.jpTransit photometry and spectroscopy2
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Mike Linemrline@asu.eduAtmospheres, retrievals, hi-res spectroscopy, spectral debugging1,4
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Sean Raymondrayray.sean@gmail.comFormation and dynamics
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Renyu Hurenyu.hu@jpl.nasa.govAtmospheric photochemistry1,3
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