Sponsored by:
the Penn State Center for Exoplanets and Habitable Worlds,
the NASA Exoplanet Science Institute,
and the Penn State department of Astronomy and Astrophysics


Conference Organizers:
Alex Wolszczan (PSU)
Jason Wright (PSU)
Dawn Gelino (NExScI)

Registration is closed.


This workshop was devoted to a thorough discussion of the current capabilities and a future potential of the radial velocity technique to discover and characterize exoplanets. Emphasis will be placed on future developments in instrumentation, calibration techniques, and data analysis algorithms to further improve the precision of radial velocity measurements at visible and near-infrared wavelengths.

Chas Beichman (NExScI)
Bill Cochran (UT Austin)
Debra Fischer (Yale)
Artie Hatzes (Jena)
Hugh Jones (Hertfordshire)
Stephen Kane (NExScI)
Dave Latham (CfA)
Christophe Lovis (Geneva)
Geoff Marcy (UCB)
Michel Mayor (Geneva)
Andrzej Niedzielski (TCfA)
Francesco Pepe (Geneva)
Larry Ramsey (PSU)
Bun'ei Sato (TITech)
Alex Wolszczan (PSU, chair)
Chad Bender (PSU)
Jason Curtis (PSU)
Dawn Gelino (NExScI)
Sara Gettel (PSU)
Suvrath Mahadevan (PSU)
Jackson Norris (PSU)
Peter Plavchan (NExScI)
Stephen Redman (PSU)
Matt Route (PSU)
Steinn Sigurdsson (PSU)
Richard Wade (PSU)
Sharon Wang (PSU)
Jason Wright (PSU, chair)



Last Edited: 29-June-2010