COROT       Week n3



Thursday, 5 December



EWG + EGBOWG
09:00-10:30 General introduction P. Barge
Exoplanetary models
Formation and pre-main-sequence evolution of Pegasi planets (20 min) G. Wuchterl
Planetary systems with COROT (20 min) A. Erikson and H. Rauer
Atmosphere temperature estimation on exosolar planets (20 min) H. Lammer, W. Weiss, H. Dvorak
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break and poster session
11:00-12:30 Scientific data processing
Exo-pipe, the scientific pipeline for the exoplanet channel (20 min) L. Jorda, R. Cautain, D. Blouin
Importance of masks for exoplanet photometric performance (20 min) A. Llebaria
Statistical mask reduction (20 min) P. Guterman
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-16:00 Strategies for exo-planetary science
Introduction
Planetary transit ambiguities and strategies to remove them (20 min) F. Bouchy, P. Barge, D. Queloz
Multiplanet systems detection with COROT (20 min) J. Schneider
The potential for detection around eclipsing binary stars (20 min) H. Deeg
Ligth curves of "Pegasi Planets" and COROT measurements (20 min) M. Vannier, T. Guillot
16:00-16:30 Coffee Break and poster session
16:30-17:45 Improving transit detection by studying stellar activity
Modelling the rotational modulation of the Sun as a star: a method to enhance the detection of planetary transit signals in the presence of stellar activity (20 min) I. Pagano
Stellar activity as a noise for exoplanets detection proposed core and exploratory sudies (20 min) B. Foing
Impact of the microvariability of stars on transit detection (20 min) S. Aigrain



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