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Edith Alice Müller Award 2021

The Edith Alice Müller Award 2021 is attributed to Romain Allart for his thesis "Exoplanet Atmospheric Studies at High Spectral Resolution"

Porträt Romain Allart für Edith A. Müller Award
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This thesis contributes to the understanding of exoplanet atmospheres and their dynamics and composition by using high-resolution spectrographs. As stated in the thesis "The study of exoplanet atmospheres is essential to understand the formation, evolution and composition of exoplanets." In addition, the thesis describes the construction of atmospheric surveys.

Romain Allart obtained his PhD at the University of Geneva.

Link to the thesis.