TESS Science Conference II

Aug 2 - 6 2021, Online

  • February 4th: Open abstract submission (Talks and posters, Splinter sessions)
  • March 29: Open registration.
  • April 2nd: Splinter session abstract deadline.
  • April 30: Talks and posters abstract deadline.
  • June 11: Announcement of decision on abstracts.
  • July 1st: Registration deadline.
  • July 10: Late posters abstract submission deadline.
  • July 23: Posters upload deadline.
  • August 1st: Virtual opening reception (19:00 - 21:00 UT, 15:00 - 17:00 EDT).
  • August 2nd: The first day of the conference.


Posters will be viewed online using the following platforms:


A virtual 2D environment ran on a web browser or a desktop app, using graphics that is reminiscent of 1990’s video games. In Gather.Town attendees walk around in the virtual environment using an avatar, and interact using audio and video with others whose avatar is nearby. This platform is quickly gaining popularity as it is easy to use and mimics well the real life experience of walking around and bumping into colleagues. This virtual environment will be available throughout the conference week, and there will be two dedicated virtual poster sessions. A brief introduction to Gather.Town is shown in this video.

To locate a poster in Gather.Town we assigned each poster a poster ID, composed of the Poster Hall (or room) it is located in on Gather.Town, among the nine poster halls, and the poster number (from 1 to 24) within that hall. For exmaple, poster ID 3.21 is located in Poster Hall 3, poster 21. The list of posters along with their ID is here.

The Gather.Town space includes a TOI Helpdesk (in the main room), where TOI team members will be available during poster sessions to answer any and all questions about TOIs.

Zenodo Collection

Posters will be entirely electronic and freely available online through Zenodo, an EU funded data and project repository. All submissions must therefore be made on Zenodo's webpage.

To facilitate accessibilty and visibility, all contributions to the proceedings will indexed on the ADS.

Briefly, all submissions are assigned a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) number by Zenodo, making contributions citeable. Once all contributions are received, ADS will be notified, they will scrape the Zenodo collection, and then ADS will index each of the contributions as part of a larger volume (Proceedings for TESS Science Conference II). To ensure that all entries are properly indexed, it is vital that each contribution include appropriate metadata. In the tutorial below, you'll be instructed about which metadata to include in your submission.

Submission to the arXiv is optional. However, if you submit to the arXiv, you must make sure to update the metadata in your Zenodo collection properly so that it does not get listed twice in ADS.

Conference website

Posters will be listed on the conference website, which will include links to the poster on Zenodo, and/or, to a poster-looking website created by the authors. That website can host an interactive poster, e.g. have interactive figures. The organizers encourage poster presenters to take advantage of the opportunity of the conference being online to make interactive posters.

Submit your poster

For instructions on types of posters and how to submit your poster, please scroll to the bottom of the page.

Honorable Mention

The following posters received an Honorable Mention:

Interactive Posters

Adina Feinstein

Disentangling Stellar Activity During a Transit of the 23 Myr Planet V1298 Tau c

poster number: 1.14
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Georgina Dransfield

Rare Exoplanet Transits Observed from Antarctica

poster number: 3.08
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Giacomo Mantovan

Validation of TESS candidates orbiting Solar-type stars

poster number: 3.09
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Jake Clark

How do Stellar Surveys Like GALAH Improve Our Understanding of Planetary Systems?

poster number: 3.16
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Mathilde Timmermans

The TRAPPIST and SPECULOOS contribution to TFOP Sub-Group 1

poster number: 4.19
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Melissa Janice Hobson

The WINE collaboration: Unveiling long-period planets with TESS

poster number: 5.01
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Priyanka Chaturvedi

TOI-1468: Two mini-Neptunes on two sides of the radius valley

poster number: 5.12
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Christopher Lindsay

Seismic analysis of convective overshoot in red giants

poster number: 6.22
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Pia Cortes-Zuleta

Stellar activity of the M-dwarf Gl205 as seen by SPIRou, SOPHIE, and TESS

poster number: 8.22
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Pragati Pradhan

Synergy between TESS and Chandra/HETG for multiwavelength flare studies of cool stars

poster number: 8.23
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Thomas Steindl

Pulsation in pre-main sequence stars: TESS observations & models from accreting protostars

poster number: 9.14
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Aidan Van Duzer

Allesfitter in the Cloud: An All-in-One Classroom and Outreach Tool for Fitting TESS Data and More

poster number: 1.01
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Ashley Chontos

pySYD: Automated detection and extraction of global asteroseismology

poster number: 1.02
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Emma Chickles

Automated stellar variability classification using TESS light curves

poster number: 1.04
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Erin Howard

Leveraging Statistical Analysis to Develop Classification Labels for Time Series Data

poster number: 1.05
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Gavin Wang

Analyzing FFIs to Identify False Positives within TESS Candidates

poster number: 1.06
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Gregory Snyder

The Timeseries Integrated Knowledge Engine (TIKE): cloud-based user interface for analysis of TESS mission data

poster number: 1.07
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Jaide Swanson

Determination of TESS light curve crowdedness uncertainty using eclipsing binaries

poster number: 1.08
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John Kielkopf

Julia Language for the Analysis of TESS Data

poster number: 1.09
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Keaton J. Bell

Pyriod Tutorial: Python Tools for Pre-Whitening Frequency Analysis

poster number: 1.10
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Peter Klagyivik

Searching transiting planets with computer vision

poster number: 1.11
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Ryan Ridden-Harper

TESSreduce: open source TESS forced photometry

poster number: 1.12
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Adam Rains

Characterisation of 100 TESS Candidate Planets Orbiting Southern Cool Dwarfs

poster number: 1.13
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Akash Gupta

Understanding the Radius Valley as a by-product of Planet Formation: Observational Signatures of the Core-Powered Mass-Loss Mechanism

poster number: 1.15
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Alex Hindle

Mangetically-driven hotspot reversals in ultra-hot Jupiter atmospheres

poster number: 1.16
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Alexander James Mustill

Hot Jupiters, Cold Kinematics: Links between planetary systems and the host star's Galactic properties

poster number: 1.17
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Alexander Venner

Orbital Inclinations, True Masses, and System Architectures of Long-Period Giant Planets: New Constraints with Hipparcos-Gaia Astrometry

poster number: 1.18
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Allyson Bieryla

SPC Stellar Parameters analysis of all TESS TRES and FIES Spectra

poster number: 1.19
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Amy Tuson

An Automated Search for TESS Duotransits Suitable for CHEOPS Follow-Up

poster number: 1.20
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Ancy Anna John

Mitigating effects of stellar activity in RVs using SCALPELS.

poster number: 1.21
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Angelica Psaridi

Radial velocity follow-up of TESS exoplanet and brown dwarf candidates orbiting A-F type stars

poster number: 1.23
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Ankita Waghmare

Investigating the impact of space weather on the habitability of exoplanet around M-dwarf star as a case study using TESS observations

poster number: 2.01
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Antoine Thuillier

A transit survey to search for planets around hot subdwarfs

poster number: 2.02
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Archit Kalra

Exotic Exoplanets: Using NASA Exoplanet Archive data and Equilibrium Chemistry to predict an exoplanetary atmosphere with non-spontaneous formation of important basic molecules

poster number: 2.03
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Armen Tokadjian

Impact of Tides on the Potential for Exoplanets to Host Exomoons

poster number: 2.04
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Arvind Gupta

Optimizing Radial Velocity Follow-up Strategies for Single-Transit Exoplanet Candidates

poster number: 2.05
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Avi Shporer

LCO Key Project: Standing on the shoulders of the network - Follow-up of TESS planet candidates with LCO

poster number: 2.06
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Aviad Panahi

Gaia TESS Collaboration - Gaia unpublished high angular resolution photometry of TOIs and their nearby stars to help identifying the source of many transits detected by TESS

poster number: 2.07
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Bob Aloisi

TESS FFI Search for White Dwarf Exoplanets

poster number: 2.09
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Brett Addison

TOI-1431b/MASCARA-5b: An Ultra-hot Jupiter Orbiting One of the Hottest & Brightest Known Exoplanet Host Stars

poster number: 2.10
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Brian Jackson

Exploring Magneto-Meteorology with Ultra-Hot Jupiters Phase Curves from TESS

poster number: 2.11
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Casey Brinkman

Hot Earth-size Planet with Very Low Density in the Galactic Thick Disk

poster number: 2.12
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Dan Moldovan

TESS AstroNet v2

poster number: 2.13
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Daniel Revilla Martínez de Albéniz

Rotational periods and planetary angular momenta of CARMENES GTO stars with TESS data

poster number: 2.14
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David Armstrong

The NCORES program: precision radial velocities of small TESS planets with HARPS

poster number: 2.15
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David Baker

Undergraduate Research in the Time of COVID: TESS Follow-Up Observations at Austin College’s Adams Observatory

poster number: 2.16
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Dax Feliz`

NEMESIS: Exoplanet Transit Survey of Nearby M-Dwarfs in TESS FFIs I

poster number: 2.17
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Di-Chang Chen

Planet across Space and Time

poster number: 2.18
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Dolev Bashi

Quantifying the similarity of planetary system architectures

poster number: 2.19
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Drake Lehmann

A Tale of Two Telescopes: Verifying or invalidating planet candidates by combining TESS and Kepler data

poster number: 2.20
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Edward Bryant

Detecting giant planets orbiting low-mass stars to understand how planets form

poster number: 2.21
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Elisa Goffo

Expanding our horizon: probing the architecture of TESS planetary systems with HARPS

poster number: 2.22
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Elyse Incha

Searching for Planets with the Last Data from the Kepler Telescope

poster number: 2.23
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Emilie R. Simpson

Stellar Variability of Known Exoplanet Hosts Observed by TESS

poster number: 2.24
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Emma Turtelboom

Characterising 4 sub-Neptunes transiting the K dwarf TOI-1246

poster number: 3.01
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Evan Tey

A Systematic Search for Multiplanet Systems in TESS FFIs

poster number: 3.03
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Fan Yang

Discriminating between conflicting measurements of exoplanet transit depths through joint analysis of observations by TESS and CHEOPS

poster number: 3.04
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Gabriel de Oliveira Gomes

Influence of equilibrium tides on the transit-timing variations of exoplanets

poster number: 3.05
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Gaia Lacedelli

TESS, HARPS-N and CHEOPS: a joint effort to characterize the unexpected planetary system around TOI-561

poster number: 3.06
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Galen Bergsten

Demographics of Small Kepler Planets and their Dependence on Stellar Mass

poster number: 3.07
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Heather Johnston

Exploring Planet Formation around Host Stars of Different Masses

poster number: 3.11
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Hugh Osborn

A hot mini-Neptune in the radius valley orbiting solar analogue HD 110113

poster number: 3.12
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Ian Wong

Exoplanet phase curves from TESS: Results from the Primary Mission and future prospects

poster number: 3.13
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Irina N Kitiashvili

3D Modeling of Solar-Type Stars to Characterize Stellar Jitter

poster number: 3.14
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Ismael Mireles

Results from the Evaluation of Community TOIs

poster number: 3.15
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Jan Subjak

Scanning the population of planetary systems around stars with wide brown dwarf companions

poster number: 3.18
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Jiayin Dong

The eccentricity distribution, occurrence rates, and companions of TESS Warm Jupiters

poster number: 3.20
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John Ahlers

Tightening the Spin-Orbit Angle Demographics of Hot Jupiters with TESS

poster number: 3.21
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Jon F. Otegi

Peas in the pod: going beyond planetary radii

poster number: 3.22
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Jon M. Jenkins

TESS Science Processing Operations Center Pipeline Status and Updates

poster number: 3.23
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Jonas Kemmer

Two Earth-sized planets transiting GJ 3473 and GJ 3929

poster number: 3.24
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José Rodrigues

Follow-Up Lightcurves Multitool Assisting Radial velocities

poster number: 4.01
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Joseph Twicken

Detectability of Transiting Terrestrial Planets in the Habitable Zone with TESS

poster number: 4.02
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Joshua Pepper

The Stellar and Observational Properties of the TESS Targets

poster number: 4.03
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Justin Wittrock

Transit Timing Variations for AU Mic b

poster number: 4.04
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Kaiming Cui

Transit detection based on deep learning algorithm

poster number: 4.05
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Kate Isaak

The CHEOPS Guest Observers Programme

poster number: 4.06
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Kevin C. Schlaufman

The Occurrence-weighted Median Planets Discovered by Transit Surveys Orbiting Solar-type Stars and Their Implications for Planet Formation and Evolution

poster number: 4.08
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Kingsley Kim

Methods of Data Analysis on TESS Follow-Up Observations

poster number: 4.09
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Lorena Acuña

Characterising the interior structures and atmospheres of super-Earths and sub-Neptunes with TESS, K2 and Spitzer data.

poster number: 4.12
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Louise Dyregaard Nielsen

Spectroscopic vetting of TESS planet candidates

poster number: 4.13
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Lucas Brefka

The Evolution of Multiplanetary Systems With Misaligned USP Planets

poster number: 4.14
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Mallory Harris

A search for the coldest planets orbiting low-mass stars

poster number: 4.15
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Manthopoulou Eleni Evangelia

Hunting for young exoplanets in stellar associations using TESS

poster number: 4.16
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Marion Cointepas

Searching for exoplanets orbiting M dwarfs with ExTrA.

poster number: 4.17
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Marshall Johnson

The Short-Period Planetary Population of A Type Stars with TESS

poster number: 4.18
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Matthew Hooton

Spin-orbit alignment from transit photometry: the case for multi-colour observations

poster number: 4.20
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Matthew R. Standing

TESS’s Only Circumbinary Planet May Not Be Alone…

poster number: 4.21
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Matthias Yang He

Friends and Foes: Conditional Occurrence Rates of Exoplanet Companions and Implications for Radial Velocity Follow-up Observations

poster number: 4.22
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Maura Lally

Reassessing the Evidence for Time Variability in the Atmosphere of the Exoplanet HAT-P-7 b

poster number: 4.23
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Mayuko Mori

A warm Sub-Neptune transiting the M3 dwarf TOI 1696

poster number: 4.24
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Michael Anthony Reefe

A Flexible Python Observatory Automation Framework for the George Mason University Campus Telescope

poster number: 5.02
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Michele Silverstein

The LHS 1678 System: Two Small Planets and a Likely Brown Dwarf Orbiting a Nearby M Dwarf in Unconventional Circumstances

poster number: 5.03
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Michelle Kunimoto

Searching for Exoplanets Around Faint Stars in TESS FFIs

poster number: 5.04
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Mohammed El Mufti

iSHELL PRV Follow-up of TESS candidates

poster number: 5.05
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Mu-Tian Wang

Ruling out Kepler's false positives with multi-color photometry

poster number: 5.06
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Noah D. Vowell

Kepler-807 B: A Highly Eccentric Companion Near the Stellar Transition

poster number: 5.07
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Nuno Miguel P. C. Rosário

Measure the spin up for Hot-Jupiters due to tides

poster number: 5.08
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Paz Bluhm

An ultra-short-period transiting super-Earth orbiting the M3 dwarf TOI-1685

poster number: 5.09
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Petr Kabáth

Spectroscopic follow-up of TESS candidates with KESPRINT 1.5-3-m telescopes network

poster number: 5.10
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Pierre-Cécil König

Detection of TOI-1710b: a transiting Neptune-like exoplanet discovered by HARPS-N and SOPHIE

poster number: 5.11
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Rachel B. Fernandes

Using TESS to Unearth the Frequency of Habitable Zone Earth-size Planets

poster number: 5.13
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Rebekah Dawson

Precise Transit and Radial-velocity Characterization of a Resonant Pair: The Warm Jupiter TOI-216c and Eccentric Warm Neptune TOI-216b

poster number: 5.15
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Rob Wittenmyer

MINERVA-Australis: Two years of TESS follow-up

poster number: 5.16
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Sam Christian

A Possible Population of Planetary Systems on Aligned Orbits with Visual Binary Companions

poster number: 5.17
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Samuel N Quinn

Two mini-Neptunes, one transiting, orbiting HD 97260

poster number: 5.18
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Sascha Grziwa

SINGLETRANS, the search for single transits of small planets in TESS light curves.

poster number: 5.19
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Serena Benatti

Characterization of the TESS young transiting planets with GAPS

poster number: 5.20
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Shashank Dholakia

Analytic transit light curves for oblate and rapidly rotating stars

poster number: 5.21
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Solène Ulmer-Moll

Characterizing warm Jupiters from TESS single transit events

poster number: 5.22
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Stephanie Yoshida

Determining the Detectability of Planets Transiting Stars of Extragalactic Origin

poster number: 5.23
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Steven Giacalone

TRICERATOPS: a statistical validation tool for TESS planet candidates

poster number: 5.24
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Sydney Vach

Three long-period mini-Neptunes orbiting an adolescent K star

poster number: 6.01
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Thomas M. Esposito

TESS Planet Candidate Follow-up by Citizen Scientists in the Global Unistellar eVscope Network

poster number: 6.02
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Vineet Kumar Mannaday

Revisiting the Transit Timing Variation of Extra-solar Planets TrES- 3b and Qatar-1b with TESS data

poster number: 6.03
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William Misener

To cool is to keep: residual H/He atmospheres of super-Earths

poster number: 6.04
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Xinyan Hua

Radial Velocity Observations of a Gas Giant Candidate in Companion to a TESS Discovered sub-Neptune

poster number: 6.06
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Zoe L. de Beurs

A Machine Learning Inspired Method Reveals the Mass of K2-167 b

poster number: 6.07
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Helena Treiber

Uncovering Dwarf Galaxy AGN with TESS

poster number: 6.08
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Qinan Wang

Detectability of early flux excess in high cadence light curves of SNe Ia from Kepler and TESS

poster number: 6.09
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Rajesh Kumar Dubey

Hubble’s Constant with GW170817 Standard Siren and GW190814 Dark Siren

poster number: 6.10
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Andras Pal

Extremely fast objects in TESS images: who they are and where they go?

poster number: 6.12
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Tony L Farnham

A Survey of Comets using TESS

poster number: 6.14
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Alexander Kosovichev

Probing Stellar Cores by Asteroseismic Inversions

poster number: 6.16
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Aliz Derekas

On the extreme period change of the RR Lyrae variable BE Dor

poster number: 6.17
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Ayush Moharana

Accurate stellar parameters for stars in Tight Triple Systems

poster number: 6.19
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Barbara Matécsa

CoRoT-TESS triple stellar candidates

poster number: 6.20
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Catherine Clark

A Dearth of Stellar Companions to Planet-Hosting TESS M-dwarfs

poster number: 6.21
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Daria Mokrytska

On the robustness of rotational inversion results

poster number: 6.23
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David Wilson

The mysteries of GD 394 explored with TESS

poster number: 6.24
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Dominick Rowan

A Systematic Search for Ellipsoidal Variables with ASAS-SN and TESS

poster number: 7.02
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Eleonora Fiorellino

Mass accretion variability in the multiple TTauri multiple system WX Cha

poster number: 7.03
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Emese Plachy

Validation of anomalous Cepheids with TESS

poster number: 7.04
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Eric Jensen

Searching for young eclipsing binaries with TESS

poster number: 7.05
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Ethan Kruse

Hundreds of Thousands of Eclipsing Binaries Discovered Through Machine Learning

poster number: 7.06
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Ewa Niemczura

Chemically peculiar Am stars observed by TESS satellite

poster number: 7.07
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Gabriella Zsidi

Photometric and spectroscopic study of the mass accretion in the T Tauri system VW Cha

poster number: 7.08
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Gavin Ramsay

TESS observations of flares and quasi-periodic pulsations from low mass stars

poster number: 7.09
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Guadalupe Tovar Mendoza

Modeling the Morphology of White-Light Flares

poster number: 7.10
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Hiroyuki Maehara

Time-resolved spectroscopy and photometry of an M dwarf flare star YZ Canis Minoris with OISTER and TESS: Blue asymmetry in H-alpha line during the non-white light flare

poster number: 7.11
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Irina N Kitiashvili

Dynamics and Structure of Main-Sequence Stars with Shallow Convection Zones

poster number: 7.12
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Jacob A Kosowski

Exploring the Effects of Initial Stellar Parameters on the RGB Bump

poster number: 7.13
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Jérôme Bétrisey

Probing central stellar regions with a new indicator based on the inversion of frequencies ratios

poster number: 7.14
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Jiaxin Tang

RVxTESS: Mitigating RV Disturbance Signal Induced by Asteroseismic Process

poster number: 7.15
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Jonathan Labadie-Bartz

TESS photometry of classical Be stars: rapid rotation, pulsation, and links to mass ejection

poster number: 7.16
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Joyce Ann Guzik

Characterizing Variability in Bright Metallic-line A (Am) Stars Using TESS Data

poster number: 7.17
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Kai Ikuta (Kyoto University)

Starspot mapping with parallel tempering for M-dwarf flare stars

poster number: 7.18
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Kamil Bicz

Modeling star spots on low mass stars observed by TESS

poster number: 7.19
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László Molnár

A comprehensive look at RR Lyrae stars through high-precision photometry and astrometry

poster number: 7.20
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Laura D. Vega

Simultaneous Multiwavelength Observations of the Highly Active M Dwarf YZ CMi

poster number: 7.21
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Laura Venuti

Multicolor variability of young stars with disks: insights from coordinated space and ground observations

poster number: 7.22
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Lauren Doyle

Magnetic Fields on Low Mass Ultra Fast Rotators using TESS, NOT and FORS2

poster number: 7.23
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Leila M Calcaferro

A new instability domain of CNO-flashing low-mass He-core stars on their early white-dwarf cooling branches

poster number: 8.01
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Lisseth Gonzales

First Gyrochronology Estimate for the AB Doradus Moving Group

poster number: 8.02
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Luisa Rebull

Stellar Rotation in UCL/LCC with TESS

poster number: 8.03
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Madeline Howell

Using Asteroseismology to Measure Masses of Evolved Stars in M4 to Study Stellar Evolution and Globular Cluster Formation

poster number: 8.04
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Małgorzata Pietras

Statistical study of stellar flares observed with TESS

poster number: 8.05
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Analysis of eclipsing binaries in multiple stellar systems: the case of V1200 Centauri

poster number: 8.06
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Marek Skarka

A-F variables from the TESS continuous viewing zone

poster number: 8.07
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Markus Rabus

TOI-1830 and TOI-1312: Two EBs with metal-poor stars hosting very low-mass stellar companions in eccentric orbits

poster number: 8.08
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Maryum Sayeed

Asteroseismic Benchmark Dwarfs and Subgiants Observed by Kepler and TESS

poster number: 8.09
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Mathieu Vrard

Precise seismology with TESS CVZ data

poster number: 8.10
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Matthew Green

A large TESS sample of short-period ellipsoidal binary candidates: implications for the binary and compact-object populations

poster number: 8.11
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Michael C. Kunz

Using TESS to Monitor the JWST Spectrophotometric Standards

poster number: 8.13
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Mike Reed

Asteroseismology of extreme horizontal branch (subdwarf B) stars with TESS data

poster number: 8.14
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Mirjam Bogner

Starspot modulation and flares of M dwarfs with habitable zones accessible to TESS

poster number: 8.15
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Murat Uzundag

Pulsating hydrogen-deficient white dwarfs and pre-white dwarfs observed with TESS

poster number: 8.16
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Natascha Barac

Revisiting Bright δ Scuti Stars and their Period-Luminosity Relation with TESS and Gaia EDR3

poster number: 8.17
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Nikki Miller

Accurate and precise effective temperature measurements for FGK stars with TESS

poster number: 8.18
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Noel Richardson

Binary Parameters for the Massive Eclipsing Binary CC Cas

poster number: 8.19
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Nolan Grieves

Examining the brown dwarf and low-mass star boundary with five transiting companions detected by TESS

poster number: 8.20
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Paulo Miles-Páez

Detection of photometric variability in the very low-mass binary VHS J1256-1257AB using TESS and Spitzer

poster number: 8.21
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Przemysław Mikołajczyk

Mercury-manganese stars in the observations of TESS satellite

poster number: 8.24
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Rafael A. Garcia

Extracting rotation rates on 27-d TESS-like light curves downgrading Kepler data.

poster number: 9.01
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Rahul Jayaraman

BU Canis Minoris - a Flat Quadruple System with the Shortest Known Outer Orbit

poster number: 9.02
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Rishi R Paudel

A study of flares on EV Lacertae using simultaneous multi-wavelength data

poster number: 9.03
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Ryohei Hosokawa

The correlation of X-ray binaries between X-ray and Optical light with MAXI and TESS

poster number: 9.04
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Sebastián López Skrzypinski

Flares and rotation periods of CARMENES M dwarfs from TESS data

poster number: 9.05
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Siemen Burssens

Exploitation of a TESS OB asteroseismic sample: constraints on internal rotation and mixing in the high-mass pulsator HD192575.

poster number: 9.06
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Spencer C. Wallace

An Automated All-Sky Search for Superflares with TESSS

poster number: 9.07
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Stefanie Raetz

Long-term stellar activity of M dwarfs: Combining K2 and TESS

poster number: 9.08
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Stephanie T. Douglas

Constraining Stellar Rotation at the ZAMS

poster number: 9.09
zenodo abstract

Tamás Borkovits

Complex, Spectro-Photodynamical Analyes of Triply Eclipsing Triple Star Systems Discovered with TESS

poster number: 9.11
zenodo abstract

Tara Fetherolf

Sinusoidal Stellar Variability Catalog of Stars Observed During the TESS Primary Mission

poster number: 9.12
zenodo abstract

Teresa Monsue

Stellar Quasi-periodic Pulsations in Highly Active Low Mass Stars

poster number: 9.13
zenodo abstract

Tiago Campante

Asteroseismology of red-giant host stars: The paradigmatic cases of KOI-3886 and iota Draconis

poster number: 9.15
zenodo abstract

Tibor Mitnyan

Compact hierarchical triple star candidates in and near the Northern Continuous Viewing Zone of TESS

poster number: 9.16
zenodo abstract

Tilaksingh Pawar

Revisiting AI Hydrae and its pulsator component through the eyes of TESS

poster number: 9.17
zenodo abstract

Tomomi Otani

Searching for long period subdwarf B systems and single subdwarf B stars using TESS data

poster number: 9.18
zenodo abstract

Yuta Notsu

Blue asymmetries in Balmer lines during mid M dwarf flares

poster number: 9.19
zenodo abstract

Zach Claytor

Recovery of TESS Rotation Periods Using Deep Learning

poster number: 9.20
zenodo abstract

Lizhou Sha

TESS Discovers A Short-Period Saturn-Mass Planet with an Inner Companion

poster number: 9.21
zenodo abstract

Types of contributions


You may upload up to three files with a poster. One file is your poster as pdf. Optionally you can include a second file of type png or jpeg, which we will use as thumbnail on the website; look at Cool Stars 20.5 posters for examples.

The third type of file is an (optional) video recording of you presenting your poster. This video should not exceed 5 minutes, and should be posted in a standard format. The TSC2 team will not edit any videos; we may contact you if your video is too long or in some other way inappropriate so that you may upload a new version.

Interactive Posters

We encourage people to experiment with interactive posters (e.g. interactive figures on a website). Some examples can be found on the Cool Stars 20.5 conference website. If you want to make an interactive poster, contact tsc2@mit.edu and provide the organizers the URL of your poster. We don't have hard and fast rules on how to do interactive posters. Our feeling is that we, as a community, need to find better ways for posters in remote conferences. We may have more remote meetings even after the pandemic is over to reduce cost, greenhouse gases, and for easier access for astronomers from countries or institutions that don't have the travel budget to fly to a different continent for a few days of meeting. At the same time, we can't accept hundreds of remote talks, because nobody wants to listen to Zoom that long.

When making an interactive poster, you are welcome to upload to Zenodo a pdf version of your poster, which can be as simple as a screenshot of your interactive poster. Make sure it includes the URL of the interactive poster.

So, we encourage attendees to think about what might work for remote / interactive poster-like content beyond the usual static pdf. If you want to present interactive work or have other ideas or feedback, contact tsc2@mit.edu.

How to submit your contribution

Submitting to Zenodo is rather simple, but it's important that all metadata be properly included so that articles get properly indexed on ADS. Below is a series of screenshots taking you through the submission process from start to finish.

Step 01: Follow the link to the submission page for TESS Science Conference II.

Step 02: You'll be presented with a login screen:

If you have a Zenodo account, proceed to login. If you do not, you may login using your GitHub or ORCID account, or you may create a new account using the "Sign Up" button located at the bottom of the frame.

Step 03: Once you login, you'll be presented with an "Upload" screen:

Click the button to choose a file on your local machine, or drag and drop a file directly onto the screen.

Step 04: After you select one or more files where you will be able to fill out a wide variety of file metadata on the boxes below the upload box. Be sure that in the "Communities" box you see "TESS Science Conference II". If you do not see this, start typing it into the search bar and it will automatically pop up.

Step 05: Now, start filling out information about your document. First, select the type of file you have just uploaded:

  • Poster: Upload 1-3 files and select "poster". One file is your poster as pdf. A second (optional) file (type png or jpeg) will used as a thumbnail on the website; we will use a small version of your pdf if none is provided. The third (optional) file is a video (type .mov or other standard format) recording of you presenting your poster, not to exceed 5 minutes in length; we will NOT edit these videos, but we may reject overlong/inappropriate content.
Ignore the DOI field, Zenodo will take care of this for you, unless you know for a fact that the document you're upload already has an assigned DOI. If you are unsure, then it likely does not already have a DOI. Enter today's date for the publication date, if it's not automatically done for you. Enter the title of your article/poster/talk.

Enter the name of each author and their affiliation. NOTE names should be formatted as "Last Name, First Name".

You will be asked to fix this if you do not do it correctly the first time. It's important for ADS that this be done properly. Continue to fill in the requested information, including the Description (i.e., Abstract).

Step 06: Fill in keywords. You can have as many keywords as you like, but the first keyword should be one from the following list because we will sort posters by the value in the first keyword. Any poster that does not match one of the major science topics below will be listed as "other".

  • Solar System
  • Exoplanets
  • Stellar Astrophysics
  • Galactic Astrophysics
  • Extragalactic Astrophysics
  • Data Analysis Techniques

Step 07: Choose access rights and a license for your work. You are strongly encouraged to select Open Access and a permissive license so that people can easily access your work.

Step 08-a: Optionally, you may specify funding information.

Step 08-b: If you submitted to the arXiv and/or your article was already indexed to ADS, add the related identifying information so that Zenodo and ADS will link all of the contributions into one neat little package.

Step 09: Open the "Contributors" section by clicking on it. Add "Adams, Elisabeth R" as an editor. Again, note that the name must be "Adams, Elisabeth R". Select Editor from the dropdown menu.

Step 10: Given credit where credit is due! If you referenced various works in your article, talk, or poster, give them credit by adding the reference information (yes, citations will be counted on ADS, but ADS will only know about them if you enter the information in the "References" section). See the image below about how to format the references:

This is basically a copy-paste of a bibliography.

Step 11: Fill out information about the Workshop as shown below:

Step 12: Review the information to make sure you've done everything properly and then click "Publish"! Or, if you'd like to save it and publish later, click "Save"

Step DONE: Congratulate yourself on a job well done.


Thanks to the CS20.5 team that provided very detailed instructions , which we adapted here for TSC2.