18-21 March 2019
Sunstar Hotel, Grindelwald, Switzerland
Europe/Zurich timezone

Following the tradition of previous workshops organised in Penn State and Yale, this fourth opus will dig into the instrumental and data analysis challenges required to enable the detection of an Earth twin using Doppler velocimetry.

As we know, today's main limitations are the instrumental precision and stellar activity that perturb radial-velocity measurements. This edition of the workshop will therefore focus on:

  • lessons learned from past and next generation EPRV instruments,
  • hardware challenges,
  • modelling and diagnosing stellar noise,
  • mitigating stellar and instrumental noises.

Note that the workshop have a maximum capacity of 120 people, therefore pre-register as soon as possible to be sure to attend.


Workshop SOC:

Suzanne Aigrain, Fabienne Bastien, Jessi Cisewski, Xavier Dumusque (Chair),

Michael Endl, Debra Fischer, Dawn Gelino, Andrew Howard, Dave Latham,

Christophe Lovis, Suvrath Mahadevan, Francesco Pepe, Didier Queloz

Ansgar Reiners, Stephane Udry, Jason Wright, Sharon Xuesong Wang


Workshop LOC:

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Sunstar Hotel, Grindelwald, Switzerland
Dorfstrasse 168, 3818 Grindelwald Switzerland
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