Spectroscopy : HABLab members use spectroscopic techniques to study planetary atmospheres and surfaces within the Solar System and beyond.
Radiative Transfer : Our group develops, applies, and validates cutting-edge models for simulating radiation-atmosphere interactions.
Planetary Climate : Members of the HABLab use 1-D and 3-D tools to study essential processes in planetary and brown dwarf atmospheres.
Mission Design : The HABLab team engages with technologists and engineers to help design next generation exoplanet characterization missions.
Robinson, T. D., & Reinhard, C. T. (2019). Earth as an Exoplanet. In Solar System Astrobiology (Eds. V. S. Meadows and G. N. Arney), University of Arizona Press.
Tolento, J. P., & Robinson, T. D. (2019). A simple model for radiative and convective fluxes in planetary atmospheres. Icarus, 329, 34-45.
Chandler, C. O., Kueny, J., Gustafsson, A., Trujillo, C. A., Robinson, T. D., & Trilling, D. E. (2019). Six Years of Sustained Activity in (6478) Gault. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 877(1), L12.
Robinson, T. D., & Crisp, D. (2018). Linearized Flux Evolution (LiFE): A technique for rapidly adapting fluxes from full-physics radiative transfer models. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 211, 78-95.
Feng, Y. K., Robinson, T. D., Fortney, J. J., Lupu, R. E., Marley, M. S., Lewis, N. K., … & Line, M. R. (2018). Characterizing Earth analogs in reflected light: atmospheric retrieval studies for future space telescopes. The Astronomical Journal, 155(5), 200.
Robinson, T. D. (2017). A theory of exoplanet transits with light scattering. The Astrophysical Journal, 836(2), 236.