Narrative Seminar – Observation and analysis of exoplanet atmospheres
Here is a link to my seminar presentation slides for 2020. This presentation builds the narrative of work I have been doing since the start of my PhD in 2011 examining exoplanet atmospheres with the Hubble Space Telescope to understand and interpret their nature. It is designed as a 50 minute seminar and thus does not capture it all or other breakthroughs in the field, instead attempts to put it into a single story (not necessarily done in order) about how and why we study exoplanets in detail.
Links to a PDF for specialist talks
- Invited Keynote, Cloud Nine Con, Online, August 2021: Clouds in Exoplanet Observations – joint keynote presented with Dr Daniel Apai – video recording
- Contributed talk, STScI Spring Symposium, Online, March 2021: Characterizing exoplanet atmospheres with the newly implemented UVIS Spectrograph
- Invited lesson, Grenada Advanced School, Online, January 2021: The role of clouds in exoplanet atmospheres
- Invited Review, Royal Astronomical Society Specialist meeting: Exoplanet modeling in the JWST era, Online, January 2021: Observational challenges with interpreting exoplanet observations
- Contributed talk, From Super-Earths to Brown Dwarfs, IAP, Paris, France, June 2015: Transmission spectral properties of clouds for hot Jupiter exoplanets
Link to videos of Recorded talks
JWST ERS Pre-launch data hackathon 2021
Day 3: From stellar spectra to planetary spectra – Challenges in Exoplanet Timeseries Observations
Hannah Wakeford from Ignas Snellen on Vimeo.
Exoclimes V, University of Oxford, August 2019
Keynote Talk – Giants, Rocks, and Giant Rocks: Observing terrestrial exoplanet targets