The Planetary Chemistry Laboratory at Washington University in Saint Louis

Elements in the Cosmos

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Katharina Lodders has written an article for the online magazine Glimpse entitled “The Chemical Elements in the Cosmos”.

A chapter in Exoplanet Chemistry

Katharina Lodders has written an invited chapter on Exoplanet Chemistry for the forthcoming book Formation and Evolution of Exoplanets (R. Barnes, ed, Wiley).

Poster on Planetary Chemistry Laboratory Research

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A new poster, made by Dr. Katharina Lodders, is available here. This poster gives a graphical summary of the research being done in the Planetary Chemistry Laboratory and was prepared for display during the upcoming visit of Professor Gary Wihl the new Dean of Arts and Sciences to the McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences on August 17th.

A visit to Tübingen, Germany

Bruce and Katharina at the Workshop on Planet Formation and Evolution in Tübingen.

Bruce and Katharina at the Workshop on Planet Formation and Evolution in Tübingen.

 

Prof. Fegley presented a talk at the Workshop on Planet Formation and Evolution: The Solar System and Extrasolar Planets at the University of Tübingen. The talk was entitled “Chemical Models of Terrestrial Exoplanets”. The astract is available here and a .pdf of the powerpoint presentation is here.

Dr. Lodders also presented a talk at the Workshop on Planet Formation and Evolution at the University of Tübingen. The talk was entitled “Composition of planets and properties of protoplanetary disks”. A .pdf file of the powerpoint presentation is available here.

Workshop on Planet Formation

Prof. Fegley and Dr. Lodders will be attending the Workshop on Planet Formation and Evolution: The Solar System and Extrasolar Planets. The workshop will be held at the University of Tübingen on March 2 – 6. Professor Fegley will be giving a talk entitled “Chemical Models of Terrestrial Exoplanets”. Dr. Lodders will be giving a talk entitled “Composition of Planets and Properties of Protoplanetary Disks”.

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