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ExoPAG 18 Travel Support for Postdocs & Graduate Students

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 05:01

NASA Exoplanet Program

NASA's Exoplanet Program Analysis Group (ExoPAG) and NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program (ExEP) Office invite all postdocs and graduate students interested in the intersection of exoplanets and space-based astronomy to attend the ExoPAG meeting on Sunday, 29 July, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The ExoPAG 18 conference organizers plan to include a mini-symposium focusing on M-dwarf stars as exoplanet hosts. Postdocs and graduate students are invited to present their research at this session, and travel support is available for up to three participants. Presentations may focus on observational and theoretical studies of the following:

  • Characteristics of M dwarfs that impact exoplanet observations;
  • Characteristics of M dwarfs that impact planetary atmospheres, evolution, and habitability.

For details and application guidelines, visit NASA's Exoplanet Travel Bureau.

Rebecca M. Jensen-Clem
University of California at Berkeley
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