Several graduate students of the IU Astronomy department attended and presented at the 2022 Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science (ERES) Symposium which took place July 31st - August 2nd at Penn State.
Participants from IU included Brandon Radzom who had a poster presentation titled: In Situ Origins of Hot Jupiter Isolation.
Kyle Hixenbaugh who had a poster presentation titled: The Misaligned Warm Jupiter Around an Evolved STar TOI-1842.
Armaan Goyal who gave a talk titled: Generalized Peas in a Pod
Xian-yu Wang who gave a talk titled: The Aligned Orbit of WASP-148 b: A Hot Jupiter With a Nearby Warm Jupiter Companion
Group shot at the conference (enjoying a little ice cream...it's not all work):
For more information about the ERES VII Conference 2022, please see: https://sites.psu.edu/eres2022/
For more information about our graduate program, please see: https://astro.indiana.edu/graduate/index.html
For more information about the students mentioned, please see our Directory: https://astro.indiana.edu/directory/index.html