NEW! Final Program available here.
There will be no short talks other than those listed on the final programme.
Recommended poster size is A0 (Vertical). Use letters and drawings that can be read from approximately 100 cm distance. Posters can be affixed with pins.
Official list of invited speakers and accepted participants.
The present-day catalogue of extrasolar planets includes a panoply of astoundingly diverse systems containing more than one planetary companion. The observational data on multiple systems (orbital architectures, mass distributions, stellar host properties) have important implications for the proposed models of formation and early evolution of planetary systems, provide important clues on the relative role of several proposed mechanisms of dynamical interactions between forming planets, gaseous/planetesimals disks, and distant companion stars, and allow to measure the likelihood of formation and survival of terrestrial planets in the Habitable Zone of the parent star. Multiple-planet systems are thus clearly excellent laboratories to search for fossil evidence of formation and dynamical evolution mechanisms.