Dr. Monika Lendl
2014, Ph.D. Astronomy, University of Geneva, thesis: "High Precision Photometry of Exoplanet Transits and Occulatations - Insights on Hot Atmospheres form Ground-based Optical and near-IR Observations", supervisor: D. Queloz (Univ. Geneva)
2009, M.Sc. Astronomy, University of Vienna, thesis: "Search for Additional Bodies with the Transit Timing Method", supervisors: G. Handler (Univ. Vienna) and C. Afonso (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)
2007, B.Sc., University of Vienna, thesis: "Hot Jupiters", supervisor R. Dvorak (Univ. Vienna)
I dedicate my scientific career to the study of planets outside our Solar System, with a focus on transiting exoplanets, their diversity and composition. I have been contributing to both, planet discovery via transit surveys, and the study of planetary atmospheres with modern telescope facilities, most prominently the ESO/VLT.
Current list of publications at ADS.
FORS2 observes a multi-epoch transmission spectrum of the hot Saturn-mass exoplanet WASP-49b.
Lendl, M. et al. (2016), A&A
WASP-117b: a 10-day-period Saturn in an eccentric and misaligned orbit.
Lendl, M. et al. (2014), A&A
A photometric study of the hot exoplanet WASP-19b.
Lendl, M. et al. (2013), A&A
WASP-80b has a dayside within the T-dwarf range.
Triaud, A. et al. (2015), MNRAS
WASP-94 A and B planets: hot-Jupiter cousins in a twin-star system.
Neveu-VanMalle, M. et al. (2014), A&A
CoRoT 223992193: A new, low-mass, pre-main sequence eclipsing binary with evidence of a circumbinary disk.
Gillen, E. et al. (2014), A&A
WASP-42 b and WASP-49 b: two new transiting sub-Jupiters.
Lendl, M. et al. (2012), A&A
The TRAPPIST survey of southern transiting planets. I. Thirty eclipses of the ultra-short period planet WASP-43 b.
Gillon, M. et al. (2012), A&A