Ines Juvan, MSc.

E-mail:
  ines.juvan[at]oeaw.ac.at

Office Number:
  E.b.4

Phone number:
  +43 (0) 316 4120 603

Twitter:
  @InesJuvan ( http://twitter.com/inesjuvan?lang=de )
Educational Background:
  2015 - , PhD student at Space Research Institute, Graz & University of Graz (Austria)
  2015, MSc. Physics (main focus Astrophysics), University of Graz (Austria)
  2012, BSc. Physics, University of Graz (Austria)

Research interests:
Currently working on exoplanet transit light curve observations, modelling and analysis, and characterization. Also interested in Space Weather- and Geophysics-related topics.

Publication list:
Current list of publications at ADS.

Selected list:
PyTranSpot - A tool for multiband light curve modeling of planetary transits and stellar spots.
Juvan, I. et al. (2018); A&A.

Signs of strong Na and K absorption in the transmission spectrum of WASP-103b.
Lendl, M. et al. (2017); A&A.

An overabundance of low-density Neptune-like planets.
Cubillos, P. et al. (2017); MNRAS.

Aeronomical constraints to the minimum mass and maximum radius of hot low-mass planets.
Fossati, L. et al. (2017); A&A.

Identifying the "true" radius of the hot sub-Neptune CoRoT-24b by mass loss modelling.
Lammer, H. et al. (2016); MNRAS.

Far-UV spectroscopy of the planet-hosting star WASP-13: high-energy irradiance, distance, age, planetary mass-loss rate, and circumstellar environment.
Fossati, L. et al. (2015), ApJ.


Origin and Stability of Exomoon Atmospheres: Implications for Habitability.
Lammer, H. et al. (2014), OLEB.


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