T. L. Campante, B. J. Barros, O. Demangeon, H. Nóbrega, J. S. Kuszlewicz, L. F. Pereira, W. J. Chaplin, D. Huber
Space-based asteroseismology has been playing an important role in the characterization of exoplanet-host stars and their planetary systems. The future looks even brighter, with space missions such as NASA's TESS and ESA's PLATO ready to take on this legacy. In this contribution, we provide an outlook on the synergy between asteroseismology and exoplanet science, namely, on the prospect of conducting a populational study of giant planets around oscillating evolved stars with the TESS mission.
PHOST "Physics of Oscillating Stars" – a conference in honour of Prof. H. Shibahashi
J. Ballot, S. Vauclair, G. Vauclair