Dr. Doyle obtained his Ph.D. from Universitaet Heidelberg studying radiative transfer modeling applied to planetary rings. He has investigated the effects of small changes in solar mass on the habitability of the early solar system, including radio continuum detection of relevant processes taking place around young solar-type stars. He is editor of the recently published volume Circumstellar Habitable Zones, a collection of planetary, astrophysical, and biological papers addressing the multidisciplinary aspects of planetary habitability. He is presently working on the ground-based photometric detection of habitable-sized planets around small-mass main-sequence eclipsing binary stars and is Co-Director of the international TEP (Transit of Extrasolar Planets) observing network.
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