Poster Session I

Poster Session I - Tuesday 9th July 2019

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1-min Presentation before what sessionPart of Which SessionTitleNameAffiliationStatus
A1
I.1.Science Instrumentation, Experiments,
and In-Situ Measurements
Science Instrumentation, Experiments, and In-
Situ Measurements
INES-a flexible and innovative payload for measuring radiation in the presence of
ablation
Gilles BAILETCentraleSupélec
A2I.2Science Instrumentation, Experiments,
and In-Situ Measurements
Science Instrumentation, Experiments, and In-
Situ Measurements
Laboratory-Based Thermal Shock Investigation of Heat Flux Sensors for the Mars 2020 BackshellRuth MillerAMA Inc. at NASA Ames Research Center
A3I.3Science Instrumentation, Experiments,
and In-Situ Measurements
Science Instrumentation, Experiments, and In-
Situ Measurements
The LONSCAPE (Light Optical Nephelometer Sizer and Counter for Aero-sols in Planetary Environments) instrument: concept and application for the in situ detection of liquid and solid particlesJean-Baptiste RenardLPC2E-CNRS
A4I.4Science Instrumentation, Experiments,
and In-Situ Measurements
Science Instrumentation, Experiments, and In-
Situ Measurements
GeMini Plus: Preparing the Way for Future Planetary Elemental Composition
Measurements Throughout the Solar System Using Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy
John GoldstenJohns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
A5I.5Science Instrumentation, Experiments,
and In-Situ Measurements
Science Instrumentation, Experiments, and In-
Situ Measurements
High Temperature Operation of Gallium Nitride Hall-Effect SensorsHannah AlpertStanford UniversityStudent
A6I.6Science Instrumentation, Experiments,
and In-Situ Measurements
Science Instrumentation, Experiments, and In-
Situ Measurements
An Energetic Particle Monitor for Ice Giant Atmospheric ProbesNicolas AndreIRAP, CNRS, UPS, CNES
A7I.7Science Instrumentation, Experiments,
and In-Situ Measurements
Science Instrumentation, Experiments, and In-
Situ Measurements
Radio Science from Venus Probe/Lander MissionRobert FramptonBoeing
A8II.1
Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationInSight's Reconstructed Aerothermal EnvironmentsJarvis Songer Lockheed Martin Space
A9II.2Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationReconstruction of the Performance of Mars InSight Lander's Supersonic ParachuteIan ClarkJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
A10II.3Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationLanding Radar Performance Reconstruction for Entry, Descent, and Landing of the
InSight Mars Lander
Dave Eckart Lockheed Martin Space
A11II.4Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationInSight Entry, Descent and Landing Operations OverviewJulie Wertz Chen Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
A12II.5Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationInSight Entry, Descent, And Landing Post-Flight Simulation AssessmentCarlie ZumwaltNASA Langley Research Center
A13II.6Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationInSight Landing Safety Assessment During ApproachEvgeniy Sklyanskiy Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
A14II.7Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationTrajectory Analysis of the ExoMars Schiaparelli Descent ProbeEmma JohnstoneFluid Gravity Engineering
A15II.8Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationChallenges For Mars 2020 EDL At The Jezero Crater Landing SiteErisa Stilley Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
A16II.9Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationAMELIA: The EDL Science Experiment For The Entry And Descent Module Of The
EXOMARS 2020 Mission
Francesca FerriCISAS - Univ. Padova
A17II.10Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationModelling Sensitivities and Knowledge Gaps Associated with Mars-atmosphere
Destructive Entry Applied to Planetary Protection
James MerrifieldFluid Gravity Engineering
A18II.11Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationAerothermal Analysis and Thermal Protection System [TPS] Design of the Mars
Sample Retrieval Lander [SRL] Concept
Suman Muppidi AMA Inc. at NASA Ames Research Center
A19II.12Mars ExplorationMars ExplorationExoMars Rover and Surface Platform Mission: Technical StatusAndrew BallEuropean Space Agency ESTEC
A20III.1Sample Return to EarthSample Return to EarthA Dynamic Topology Optimization Method for Sizing Internal Components of the Potential Mars Sample Return Earth Entry VehicleCameron GraceUniversity at BuffaloStudent
A21III.2Sample Return to EarthSample Return to EarthImplementing CubeSat Avionics Components to Full-Scale Capsule Return MissionsZachary HughesSan Jose State UniversityStudent
A22III.3Sample Return to EarthSample Return to EarthMars Sample Return - Earth Return Orbiter: Design and Validation of a Guidance, Navigation and Control System for Martian RendezvousMarc ChapuyAirbus Defence and Space
A23III.4Sample Return to EarthSample Return to EarthStructural Analysis of Impact-Tolerant Latched Containment Mechanisms for Mars Sample ReturnEmma ShupperJet Propulsion Laboratory, California
Institute of Technology
A24III.5Sample Return to EarthSample Return to EarthHigh Velocity Impact Performance of a Dual Layer Thermal Protection System for the Mars Sample Return Earth Entry VehicleBenjamin LibbenNASA Ames Research Center
A25IV.1Innovative Concepts for ExplorationInnovative Concepts for ExplorationTOUTATIS-Ex: A CubeSat testbed for entry experiments on MarsChloe GentgenCentraleSupélecStudent
A26IV.2Innovative Concepts for ExplorationInnovative Concepts for ExplorationLunar Gateway LASC Module for Innovative Concepts for Exploration: A Laserpowered Apparatus for Satellite ChargingBrandon BiggsSan Jose State UniversityStudent
A27IV.3Innovative Concepts for ExplorationInnovative Concepts for ExplorationVirtual Validation and Verification of the VaMEx InitativePhilipp DittmannUniversity of BremenStudent
A28IV.4Innovative Concepts for ExplorationModeling, Simulation, Testing, and ValidationAerodynamic heating estimation of deployable inflatable aeroshell for Martian penetrator entry systemTomoya KazamaTokyo University of ScienceStudent
A29IV.5Innovative Concepts for ExplorationModeling, Simulation, Testing, and ValidationModal Analysis of the Orion Capsule Two Parachute SystemJing PeiNASA Langley Research Center
A30IV.6Innovative Concepts for ExplorationModeling, Simulation, Testing, and ValidationMulti-Fidelity Modeling for Efficient Aerothermal Prediction of HIAD Configurations with Surface ScallopingMario SantosMissouri University of Science and
Technology
Student
A31IV.7Innovative Concepts for ExplorationModeling, Simulation, Testing, and ValidationDeployable Mars Aero-Decelerators: Rib Deformation Modelling and TestingLisa PeacockeImperial College London / AirbusStudent
A32IV.8Innovative Concepts for ExplorationModeling, Simulation, Testing, and ValidationModeling Thermal and Fluid Response of MMOD Impacted Thermal Protection SystemsOlivia SchroederUniversity of MinnesotaStudent
A33IV.9Innovative Concepts for ExplorationSolar System Exploration II - Airless Planetary
Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Enceladus Lander Mission ConceptLeora PeltzBoeing
IPPW 2019