The Evryscope team and collaborators are presenting talks and posters about Evryscope science results and papers at the AAS winter meeting:

Overview project-status and science-result iPoster, viewable every day in the poster sessions (official session is Wednesday evening), and online.

10am Tuesday (Terrestrial Planets and Habitability; 203.01):

Evryscope flares as probes of the space weather environments of Proxima b and the nearest rocky exoplanets (Ward Howard)

Tuesday posters (Extrasolar Planets: Characterization & Theory; 247.05):

Evryscope and K2 Constraints on TRAPPIST-1 Superflare Occurrence and Planetary Habitability
(Amy Glazier)

Wednesday posters (Surveys and Large Programs; 363.11):

All-sky rapid transient searches with the Evryscope network (Hank Corbett)

Wednesday posters (Variable Stars; 360.16):

Evryscope Observations of Post-Common-Envelope Hot Subdwarf Systems (Kyle Corcoran)

2pm Thursday (Extrasolar Planets: Detection – Transit and Microlensing Searches):

Fast Cadence Planet-searches with the All-sky, Gigapixel-scale Evryscope (Jeffrey Ratzloff)

Thursday posters (Stars In All Their Glory; 464.03):

Evryscope Photometry of the New Hot Subdwarf Reflection Effect Binary EC 01578-1743 (Stephen Walser)