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Centro de Astrofísica da Universidade do Porto
15-19 September 2014, Porto, Portugal


P1. Latest results from exoplanet research: observations
P1.1. Observation and analysis of the youngest transiting planet candidate
  S. Raetz
P1.2. First Planet Detection Results from the Automated Planet Finder (APF)
  J. Burt
P1.3. A search for planetary eclipses of white dwarfs in the Pan-STARRS1 medium-deep fields
  B. Fulton
P1.4. Understanding the Sun’s activity to improve exoplanet radial-velocity detections
  R. Haywood
P1.5. Lithium abundances in stars with planets
  G. Gonzalez
P1.6. Observing Earth as an exoplanet via lunar eclipse
  F. Yan
P1.7. Evidence against a strong inversion in HD 209458 b from high-dispersion spectroscopy
  H. Schwarz
P1.8. Semi-synthetic lightcurves: The effect of systematic noise in Spitzer Space Telescope observations of hot Jupiters
  D. Mahtani
P1.9. A FORS2 transmission spectrum of WASP-49b
  M. Lendl
P1.10. The planetary system to Kepler-90: A Compact Analogue to the Solar System
  J. Cabrera
P1.11. Photometric follow-up of transiting exoplanets with ground-based medium-class telescopes
  L. Mancini
P1.12. A Technique for Extracting Precise Photometry for the Two Wheeled Kepler Mission
  A. Vanderburg
P1.13. The HATSouth survey
  S. Ciceri
P1.14. Spectroscopic direct detection of reflected light from an exoplanet
  J. Martins
P1.15. The GAPS search and characterization of planetary systems with HARPS-N at TNG
  A. Bonomo
P1.16. An infrared search for hidden, low mass companions to exoplanet hosts
  D. Brown
P1.17. Reprising Kepler's heritage from the ground using a network of meter-class telescopes
  C. von Essen
P1.18. Water vapor in the spectrum of the extrasolar planet HD 189733b
  N. Crouzet
P1.19. The brown dwarf desert between 5 and 50 AU probed by combined direct imaging and radial velocity.
  J. Hagelberg
P1.20. Kepler planets also have mass - latest results from SOPHIE and HARPS-N
  A. Santerne
P1.21. Confirming emerging rocky planets
  M. Galvez-Ortiz
P1.22. Constraining the carbon and oxygen abundances of hot Jupiter atmospheres with high-resolution spectroscopy
  J. Birkby
P1.23. Making the Most of Kepler Photometry: Looking for Evidence of Clouds and Winds in Exoplanet Atmospheres through Phase Curve Analysis
  L. Esteves
P1.24. Doppler Imaging of Active Stellar Surface of HU Vir
  G. Harutyunyan
P1.25. Kepler-76b: The first hot Jupiter discovered by the detection of the relativistic beaming effect
  T. Mazeh
P1.26. Photometric Observations of Young Stars with WASP
  H. Osborn
P1.27. Asteroseismic inference on the spin-orbit misalignment of HAT-P-7
  M. Lund
P2. The precise characterization of stars with planets
P2.1. A joint photometric, spectroscopic and dynamical analysis of the Kepler-117 system
  G. Bruno
P2.2. Atmospheric Stellar Parameters from Numerical CCFs with HARPS/HARPS-N
  L. Malavolta
P2.3. Super-solar Metallicity in G0--G3 main sequence stars with V<15
  R. López-Valdivia
P2.4. Characterizing the Retired A Stars
  L. Ghezzi
P2.5. Precise parameters for moderate and fast rotating stars
  M. Tsantaki
P2.6. Stellar spots, limb darkening, stellar parameters and accuracy of planetary radii
  S. Csizmadia
P3. The star-planet connection: system formation, evolution, and its observational signatures
P3.1. Dynamics of the Fomalhaut triple system
  A. Shannon
P3.2. ALMA observational evidence for the viscous evolution of a protoplanetary disk around HD 163296
  E. Akiyama
P3.3. The distribution of period ratios in Kepler planetary systems
  J. Steffen
P3.4. Archaeology of Extrasolar Terrestrial Planetary Systems
  J. Farihi
P3.5. Probing dynamical histories using the Rossiter-McLaughlin Effect and exoplanet alignment statistics
  R. Brothwell
P3.6. Constraining Giant Exoplanet Compositions via Host Star Abundances of Planet-Building Elements
  J. Teske
P3.7. the particular transit shape of CoRoT-29b
  J. Cabrera
P3.8. A signature of the rocky accretion core in the giant planet 16 Cyg Bb
  M. Tucci Maia
P3.9. Planetary systems in tight binary stars
  E. Pilat-Lohinger
P3.10. Detailed chemical abundance analysis of the HAT-P-1 stellar binary: constraints on planet formation
  F. Liu
P3.11. Can YSO class I-II keep detectable chemical signatures of high-pressure clumps existence?
  O. Stoyanovskaya
P3.12. Using and Improving Stellar Elemental Abundances
  M. Pagano
P3.13. The formation of protoplanetary systems near young stars and its observational signatures
  V. Snytnikov
P3.14. Li depletion in solar analogues with exoplanets
  E. Delgado Mena
P3.15. The Solar Twin Planet Search
  M. Bedell
P3.16. Small, numerous and close-in: How occurrence rates of planets around lower-mass stars can constrain planet formation mechanisms
  G. Mulders
P3.17. Atmospheres and Interiors of Short-Period Low-Mass Planets
  Y. Hori
P3.18. Photometric Amplitudes of Stellar Spot Modulation of the Kepler KOIs --- Statistical Evidence for Misalignment of Hot Stars
  T. Mazeh
P4. Star-planet interactions
P4.1. Interaction between exoplanets and stellar winds
  A. Vidotto
P4.2. Tidal evolution of close-in exoplanets
  A. Correia
P4.3. Effects of Star Planet Interaction
  I. Pillitteri
P4.4. Classification of magnetized star-planet interactions: dynamics and observational relevance
  T. Matsakos
P4.5. Dynamic disk-embedded atmospheres of protoplanets
  E. Dorfi
P4.6. The GAPS Programme with HARPS-N@TNG: what about star-planet magnetic interaction in Tau Boo?
  A. Maggio
P4.7. Nonlinear tides in giant planets
  A. Barker
P4.8. Influence of the central star type on the atmospheres of habitable exoplanets
  M. Godolt
P5. Astrophysical noise in exoplanet searches
P5.1. Multifractality in the astrophysical time series: on the New Suns in the Cosmos
  D. de Freitas
P5.2. Detecting planets around active stars: impact of magnetic fields on line profiles.
  E. Hebrard
P5.3. Finding Every Planet We Can -- Improving the Optimal Apertures in Kepler Data
  J. Smith
P5.4. Revisiting the CoRoT-7 system at a lower activity level
  S. Barros
P5.5. Radial velocity exoplanets and stellar activity: Gaussian processes to the rescue?
  V. Rajpaul
P5.6. Impact of micro-telluric lines on precise radial velocities and its correction
  D. Cunha
P5.7. M dwarfs magnetic activity: impact on exoplanet detection
  N. Astudillo-Defru
P5.8. Solar RV Noise is Lower in the NIR: Demonstrated by an FF' Application to Spectral Irradiance Data
  R. Marchwinski
P5.9. Fluctuations and Flares in the Stellar UV Line Emission Used to Probe Inflated Hot Jupiter Atmospheres
  P. Loyd
P5.10. A fully parametrized model for activity patterns of Solar-like stars
  S. Borgniet
P5.11. Astrophysical false-positive noise: how to deal with it?
  A. Santerne
P5.12. Deriving photospheric spot patterns by fitting high-precision lightcurves
  A. Rosich
P5.13. Optimized Spectral Sampling for the Measurement of Stellar Signals
  M. Giguere
P5.14. A Re-Analysis of Activity in the HARPS M dwarf Sample
  C. Marvin
P5.15. Turning stellar noise into signal: modelling of stellar photometric and radial velocity jitter to improve exoplanet detection and characterization
  I. Ribas
P5.16. A new look at Spitzer primary transit observations of the exoplanet HD189733b
  G. Morello
P6. Future instruments and methodologies for planet detection and characterization
P6.1. Using Fabry Perot etalon spectra for improving the spectrograph wavelength solution
  F. Bauer
P6.2. Spectroscopic characterization of CARMENES target candidates
  V. Passegger
P6.3. The CARMENES pipeline
  M. Zechmeister
P6.4. On the use of the chromatic Rossiter-McLaughlin effect to measure the Rayleigh scattering on HD189733b
  E. Di Gloria
P6.5. ACCESS: the Arizona-CfA-Catolica Exoplanet Spectroscopy Survey
  M. Lopez-Morales
P6.6. Techniques for Detecting and Tracking Primary Accretion Inside a Microgravity Laboratory to Enable Improved Observations of Protoplanetary Disks
  E. Dyer
P6.7. Qatar Exoplanet Survey Update
  N. Parley
P6.8. Polarized signatures of a Venus-type exoplanet
  S. Batista
P6.9. Polarimetry used as a tool to infer about the atmospheric properties of an exoplanet
  S. Batista
P6.10. CARMENES Spectrum Simulation Techniques and Analysis
  J. Zhao
P6.11. Detecting non-transiting with optical phase curves
  P. von Paris
P6.12. NGTS: Next Generation Transit Survey
  J. Cabrera
P6.13. M-Dwarf Planet Occurrence in the Era of K2
  Y. Shan
P6.14. Modeling transport of radiation in exoplanetary amospheres
  A. García Muñoz
P6.15. The NASA Exoplanet Exploration Program
  G. Blackwood
P6.16. Subaru/IRD radial velocity survey to search for Earth-like planets around late-M dwarfs
  M. Omiya
P6.17. Fabry Perot etalons for high precision wavelength and radial velocity calibration
  M. Cersullo