Poster Programme

Here is a full list of the poster presentations. The virtual posters will be available on the iPosterSessions gallery which will go live when the conference begins. You will be able to be ask the authors questions via the live chat function on their virtual poster during the breaks, lunches and meet the speaker sessions in the main programme. The programme below shows which authors will be available for questions on which specific days. Click here to see the full list of Student Contributions.


Tuesday 12 January 2021: Break (11:00 - 11:30), Lunch (13:15 - 14:00) and Break (15:30 - 16:00) [GMT]

Machine Learning and Young Stars - Ben Lakeland
Evidence that AM CVn systems are analogous to hydrogen rich CVs - Chris Duffy
Analysing White Dwarfs in Gaia EDR3 - Chris Mander
Observations of Pulsars using the BVIT Detector on the South African Large Telescope - Deirdre Ní Chonchubhair
Explosion mechanisms and bumps in ZTF SN Ia - Maxime Deckers
Spectroscopy of the He-sdB star BPS 22940-0009 - Edward Snowdon
Searching for stellar mass black holes in galactic globular clusters - Florence Wragg
Physically motivated, panchromatic SEDs from the BPASS population synthesis models - Gareth Jones
Investigating the Humphreys-Davidson limit for Galactic, LMC and SMC metallicities - Gautham Narayana Sabhahit
An exploration of the capabilities of 4MOST - Jamie Dumayne
Spectroscopic Signatures of Multiple Populations in Globular Clusters - James Banister
Generating Atomic Data for Astrophysical Modelling - Jarod Gouldie
ZTF SNe Ia Spectra Modelling with TARDIS - Luke Harvey
Elemental Abundances in Protoplanetary Disks - Luke Keyte
4MOST Wide Field Corrector alignment and investigating the cosmic epoch of reionization - Mark Cunningham
The search for electromagnetic counterparts to neutron star mergers - Miti Patel
machine learning methods for classifying infrared variable stars - Niall Miller
Adding pre-existing stellar populations to simulations of star formation - Nicholas Herrington
Decoding the Stellar Main Sequence using Machine Learning - Paula Gherghinescu
Precision Timing of Millisecond Pulsars - Patrick O'Neill
The Molecular Make Up of Sakurai's Object - Phoebe Stainton
The First Stars and Black Holes with AMR - Simone Gordon
Substructure with Gaia - Sam Ryan
Late-time interaction in SN Ia in the ZTF 2018 dataset - Jacco Terwel
Merger Free black hole growth and co evolution - Matthew Thorne
Self-consistent models of globular clusters with central black holes - Samuel Bonsor
Finding Milky Way Substructure using GAIA’  - Chloe Ellerton
Taking the Bull by the 'Horns' - Graham Fleming
 

Wednesday 13 January 2021: Break (11:45 - 12:15) and Break (15:30 - 16:00) [GMT]

Composition and Structure of Rocky Planet Interiors - Alfred Curry
Population analysis of Hot Neptunes detected with TESS, utilising Machine Learning for planet vetting and validation - Andreas Hadjigeorghiou
Searching for Gravitational Waves from Pulsars - Amy Hewitt
Orbital Dynamics of Hypothetical Exomoons around HD 100777b - Aayush Gautam
From transit surveys to exoplanet masses: the case of TRAPPIST-1 - Adrien Houge
Planet formation in the context of stellar clusters - Lin Qiao
Embedding Gravitational Waves in the Cosmos - Arthur Tolley
Adaptive Optics For Exoplanet Imaging On The Next Generation Of Extremely Large Telescopes - Aurelie Magniez
Identifying TESS exoplanets with Citizen Science and Machine Learning - Ben Lakeland
Using High Resolution Spectroscopy for the Detection of Species in Exoplanetary Atmospheres - Connor Cheverall
Light-field motion tracking in laboratory studies of planet formation - Ellen Daly
Breaking the RV stellar variability barrier for the detection of exoplanets - Federica Rescigno
On dust evolution in planet-forming discs in binary systems - Francesco Zagaria
Searching for Brown Dwarf Companions to White Dwarfs - Jenni French
Infrared Follow-up of Gravitational-wave Events - Kristoffor Batty
Determining the origin of BBH mergers with gravitational waves - Leigh Smith
Atmospheres of Alien Worlds: Preparing for the next generation observations of exoplanet atmospheres. - Cathal Maguire
Remote sensing of exoplanetary atmospheres using high-resolution spectroscopy - Måns Holmberg
Gravitational Waves from Binary Neutron Star Mergers - Natalie Williams
Linking Exoplanets to their Stellar Birth Environment - Heather Johnston
machine learning of gravitational waves - Reem Alfaidi
Atmospheric Chemistry of Venus-like Exoplanets - Sean Jordan
Prediction of Encounters with Cometary Ion Tails - Samuel Grant
Planetary Giant Impacts - Tom Sandnes
Polarimetry of Solar System Objects - Zuri Gray
Planetary Accretion in Protoplanetary Disks - Hannah Petrovic
 

Thursday 14 January 2021: Break (11:00 - 11:30), Lunch (13:15 - 14:00) and Break (15:30 - 16:00) [GMT]

Evolution of the HD163296 Jet Axis - Andrew Miller
Investigating a Binary Active Galactic Nucleus Candidate using Radio Observations from e-MERLIN - Jacob Brooks
The importance of magnetic fields in cloud formation and evolution - Kammy Bogue
Cloud-scale star formation laws in the Andromeda Galaxy: the role of metallicity - Chloe Bosomworth
Galaxy Clusters with TheThreeHundred project and WEAVE - Daniel Cornwell
Star clusters and dark matter at the EDGE of galaxy formation - Ethan Taylor
A study of post-starburst galaxies in different environments as a key to understanding quenching - Elizabeth Taylor
Searching for extragalactic pulsars with MeerKAT - Emma Carli
AGN feedback through relativistic jets - Filip Husko
On the Number Density of Intermediate Mass Black Holes - Hannah O'Brennan
Determining the origins of galaxy bimodality using hierarchical Bayes methods - Hin Leung
Simulating galaxy cluster formation - Imogen Towler
The formation and evolution of dwarf galaxies in diverse cosmological environments - Jemima Briggs
The Mopra Southern Galactic Plane CO Survey - Kerem Osman Cubuk
LFI and Data Compression in Cosmology - Kiyam Lin
Smoke and Mirrors: the Driving Forces in Extreme Galaxies - Lee Martin
“Mitigating theoretical uncertainties for weak lensing and galaxy clustering cosmology - Nikolina Sarcevic
The characteristics of the ISM in the most actively star-forming galaxies at z∼4.5 - Pascale Desmet
On the fragility of thin-disc structures in simulations - Pablo Galán de Anta
Jellyfishing with HSC: Prevalent Ram Pressure Stripping of Galaxies within Galaxy Groups - Tutku Kolcu
Exploiting Neutrons to Unveil Star-Formation: Exploring Dynamical Amorphous Ice Systems - Zachary Amato
Quantifying warm gas outflows in active galaxies - Luke Holden
The Alignment of Brighest Cluster Galaxies with their Clusters - Sam Moore
High Disk Density Models applied to the Low Flux State AGN Mrk 335 - Sam Ward
High Redshift Dusty Star-forming Galaxies - Yifan Ding
 

Friday 15 January 2021: Break (11:00 - 11:30) [GMT]

Black Holes in Scalar Modified Gravity - Andrew Martin
Physics from the CMB - Aleksandr Bowkis
Fullshape angular correlation function analysis of the first year Dark Energy Survey baryonic acoustic oscillation sample - David Sánchez Cid
The baryon-to-halo mass relation - Dirk Scholte
Relating galaxy similarity to estimation of redshift and mass - Emir Uzeirbegovic
Gravitational Waves in an Effective field theory of Gravity and Electromagnetism - Ethan Schreyer
cosmological inference using gravitational wave standard sirens - Federico Stachurski
Using AI for error removal in dark energy searches - Fiona McAllister
Constraining Very Light Axion-Light Particles (ALPs) using X-ray observations of the H1821+643 quasar - Julia Sisk Reynes
Lyman-Alpha forest simulation with wave dark matter - Kahou Leong
Reconstructing the features in the primordial power spectrum - Yuhao Li
On stability priors for dark energy - Rafaela Gsponer

Key dates:

Registration opens:

30 October 2020

Registration deadline:

12 December 2020


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