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CONFERENCES & SEMINARS

2023

  • Invited Talk: “Windows into other worlds: A review of exoplanet atmospheres,” National Congress of Protoplanetary Astrochemistry, Trieste, Italy, September 2023.

  • Invited Talk: “The three regimes of atmospheric evaporation,” NASA JPL, California, USA, March 2023.

  • Seminar: “The three regimes of atmospheric evaporation,” Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences, Yale University, Connecticut, USA, February 2023.

  • Seminar: “The three regimes of atmospheric evaporation,California Institute of Technology, California, USA, January 2023.

  • Seminar: “The three regimes of atmospheric evaporation,” Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo, Palermo, Italy, January 2023.

2022

  • Invited Talk: “Role of Planetary Winds in Planet Evolution and Population,” International Astronomical Union General Assembly, Busan, South Korea, August 2022.

  • Seminar: “Super-Earth, sub-Neptunes, and their extreme loss of volatiles,” Department of Astronomy, Yale University, Connecticut, USA, April 2022.

  • Seminar: “Super-Earth, sub-Neptunes, and their extreme loss of volatiles,” Yale University, Connecticut, USA, March 2022.

2021

  • Seminar: “Atmospheric evaporation, geological outgassing, and the bimodal distribution of exoplanet radii,” Ariel Consortium Meeting, September 2021.

  • Seminar: “Dynamical systems and machine learning approaches to Sun-Earth relations,” Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo, Palermo, Italy, March 2021

2020

  • Seminar: “Exploring super-Earth interiors: Core erosion and envelope metallicity,” Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo, Palermo, Italy, October 2020

  • Ariel Virtual Consortium Meeting, October 2020

  • Seminar: “ARES: Ariel retrieval of exoplanets school,” Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo, Palermo, Italy, June 2020

  • Seminar: “Core erosion of super-Earths and sub-Neptunes,” California Institute of Technology, California, USA, June 2020

  • Seminar: “Understanding the XUV-induced atmospheric erosion of young planets and their evolution with time,” NASA JPL, California, USA, June 2020

  • Guest speaker: “Understanding the XUV-induced atmospheric erosion of young planets and their evolution with time,” Ariel Consortium, May 2020

  • Guest speaker: “Understanding the XUV-induced atmospheric erosion of young planets and their evolution with time,” 16th GAPS meeting, Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova, Padova, Italy, May 2020

  • Seminar: “Exploring super-Earth surfaces: Albedo of near-airless magma ocean planets and topography,” California Institute of Technology, California, USA, April 2020

  • Seminar: “Exploring super-Earth surfaces: Albedo of near-airless magma ocean planets and topography,” Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo, Palermo, Italy, February 2020

  • Guest speaker: “Exploring super-Earth surfaces: Albedo of near-airless magma ocean planets and topography,” Ariel: Science, Mission & Community 2020 conference, ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, January 2020

2019

  • Seminar: “The importance of theoretical exoplanetology,” University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy, November 2019

  • Seminar: “The importance of theoretical exoplanetology,” Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo, Palermo, Italy, October 2019

  • Guest speaker: “GJ 1132 b,” Ariel School, Village de vacances VTF Le domaine de Françon, Biarritz, France, October 2019

  • Seminar: “Very hot super-Earths with hydrogen atmospheres: A model explaining their paradoxical existence,” Telescopio Nazionale Galileo, La Palma, Spain, May 2019

  • Guest speaker: “Very hot super-Earths with hydrogen atmospheres: A model explaining their paradoxical existence,” Ariel Consortium Meeting, Palermo, Italy, March 2019

  • Seminar: “Very hot super-Earths with hydrogen atmospheres: A model explaining their paradoxical existence,” Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo, Palermo, Italy, January 2019

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