The full scientific program will be announced on December 22nd, 2017.
The list of confirmed invited reviews includes:
Eiji Akiyama (National Astronomical Observatory, Japan):
Observations of protoplanetary discs: pathway to planet formation.
Shigeru Ida (Earth-Life Science Institute, Japan):
Dependence of predicted exoplanet distributions on theoretical models.
Anne-Marie Lagrange (IPAG, France):
Results from directly imaged planets.
Nuno Santos (Universidade do Porto, Portugal):
Stellar physics for planets detection and characterization.
Rodrigo F. Díaz (IAFE, Argentina):
Statistical methods and tools for analysis of exoplanet datasets.
Claire Moutou (Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, USA):
High precision radial velocities in optical and infrared.
Andrew Howard (Caltech, USA):
Statistics on planetary populations: observational properties and biases.
Leslie Rogers (University of Chicago, USA):
Internal structures from terrestrial to giant planets: observations and models.
Amaury Triaud (U. Birmingham, UK):
TRAPPIST-1 and other planetary systems around low-mass stars.
Jeremy Leconte (LAB, France):
Habitable planets: properties, environment, and detections.
Jack Lissauer (NASA Ames Research Center, USA):
Multi-planetary systems: Observations and models of dynamical interactions.
David Ehrenreich (Geneva University, Switzerland):
Observations and theories for atmospheres of transiting planets.
René Doyon (University of Montreal, Canada):
Future instruments for exoplanets detections and studies.
Propositions for contributions to the program are welcome (deadline on December 1st, 2017).