Ines Juvan, MSc.
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@InesJuvan ( http://twitter.com/inesjuvan?lang=de )
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)
Currently working on exoplanet transit light curve observations, modelling and analysis, and characterization. Also interested in Space Weather- and Geophysics-related topics.
Current list of publications at
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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