Presentation #207.04 in the session Planetary Origins Dynamics Posters.
The conditions of formation can strongly influence properties of planetary systems, such as composition, orbital properties, and subsequent dynamical interactions. The early growth of planetary embryos through pebble and/or planetesimal accretion sets the stage for planets’ final growth during the giant impact stage. In this work, we explore how different literature assumptions about the limiting isolation masses reached during the pebble and/or planetesimal accretion stage affect the final orbital and physical properties of planets that grow through giant impacts. Understanding how planetary systems evolve will help us to explain the wide range of system parameters we can observe today and place our own solar system in context.