Transiting Exoplanets
Keele University, UK
17th to 21st July, 2017

Conference Programme

Posters: All registered participants may bring one poster; if you intend doing so please email (so that we can estimate how many boards to provide; the boards take up to A0 size, portrait orientation).


The Venue: Keele is a campus university, offering inclusive conference packages. The talks are in the Westminster Theatre in the Chancellor’s Building at the centre of the campus. Coffee and poster space is just outside the lecture hall, while meals will be served in the adjacent Comus Restaurant. The en-suite accommodation is within easy walking distance. See here for a campus map.


Keele University is situated between Manchester and Birmingham, about one hour from either Manchester or Birmingham airports, and about three hours from London. See Travelling to Keele.

We intend to run shuttles from Manchester Airport at peak arrival times. Email us at with your flight number and arrival time to allow us to plan these (though we can’t promise to cover all arrivals). Update: These have now been scheduled, and you should have been emailed if you’ve given us your flight details. We’ll also run shuttles on Friday afternoon, schedule later.

If you’re taking a taxi from an airport, pre-booking one (such as here or this search) is likely to be much cheaper than finding one at an airport taxi rank.

We are organising several Wednesday afternoon excursions. To join one email

While on campus you are also welcome to wander around the grounds of Keele Hall and the woodland walks.

We thank the Royal Astronomical Society for support in order to increase attendance by students.