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Tom Louden

I am a postdoc working primarily on the atmospheres of exoplanets.

Research highlights

Fast winds on HD 189733b

spiderman

spiderman is a fast, analytical code for calculating secondary eclipses and phase curves. The code is written in C, and uses a novel radial integrator, which makes it exceptionally fast, and an ideal input to an MCMC. An arbitrary brightness distribution can be used, and planetary limb darkening can also be included.

The source code is availible at:

github.com/tomlouden/SPIDERMAN

You can read the documentation at:

spiderman.readthedocs.io

Recovering the X-ray flux of HD 209458
Ground based transmission spectroscopy

Ground based transmission spectroscopy

NGTS (Condor)

I've been involved in the development of the pipeline for the NGTS project

Publication List

Louden & Wheatley 2015, Spatially resolved eastward winds and rotation of HD 189733b

Louden et al 2016, Reconstructing the high energy irradiation of the evaporating hot Jupiter HD 209458b

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Write to:

Tom Louden,
Department of Physics,
University of Warwick,
Coventry CV4 7AL
UK
 

Contact details:

E-Mail: T.M.Louden AT warwick.ac.uk
Twitter: @TomLoudenb

Links:

tomlouden.com

github.com/tomlouden

arXiv