Greece, Volos

Solar and Exoplanetary systems: formation, evolution and Habitability Zones

when 24 July 2016 - 24 July 2016
language English
credits 10 ECTS

- Primordial gas and dust disk
- Giant planets formation
- Terrestrial planet formation
- Planetary migration
- Late heavy bombardment
- Evolution of terrestrial planets atmosphere
- Exoplanetary systems: search methods, discoveries, similarities and dissimilarities with our Solar System
- Habitability zones: definition, existence, dependence on star masses and orbital parameters

Course leader

Harry Varvoglis

Target group

High School students, 1st and 2nd year University students

Course aim

The course aims at the study of Exoplanetary systems: formation, evolution and Habitability Zones

Fee info

EUR 0: The course is a part of the complete program "1st Science Summer School", with total cost 770 EUR (accommodation and transport are included)