Programme – Day 1

Monday 8th July 2019

Start TimeSession TitleNameAffliliationNotes
Opening Session Convenors: Ethiraj Venkatapathy, Miguel Perez Ayucar, and Bernie Bienstock
9.00 amLOC WelcomeColin Wilson; Steve LingardUniversity of Oxford; Vorticity
9.15 amIOC WelcomeBernie BienstockJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
9.30 amAl Seiff Award - 2018 and 2019Miguel Perez AyucarAurora Technology B.V. for ESA
9.40 am2018 Al Seiff Award Winner Lecture - in situ, foreverSushil AtreyaUniversity of MichiganKeynote Speaker
10.10 amCoffee Break
10.35 amIntroduction to the Keynote Address and Panel DiscussionEthiraj VenkatapathyNASA Ames Research Center
10.38 amEuropean Space Agency Program DiscussionLuigi ColangeliEuropean Space AgencyKeynote Speaker
11.12 amChina's Deep-Space Exploration and Planetary Research in the Past, Current and in the Near FutureChi WangNational Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of SciencesKeynote Speaker
11.46 amUpdates on NASA’s Planetary Science ProgramsCarolyn R MercerNASA HeadquartersKeynote Speaker
12.20 pmBrief comments from the UK Space AgencyChris LeeUK Space AgencyKeynote Speaker
12.25 pmModerated PanelEthiraj Venkatapathy; Robert BuchwaldNASA Ames Research Center; Airbus Defence and Space
1.10 pmLunch
Science Instrumentation, Experiments, and In-Situ Measurements Conveners: Manuel Dominguez, Rafael Lugo, Ryan Timoney, and Gregory Villar
2.35pmPoster Introductions
2.47 pmThe PanCam instrument for the Rosalind Franklin (ExoMars 2020) roverAndrew Coates UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory
2.59 pmThe Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Venus Aerosol Mass Spectrometer ConceptKevin BainesJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
3.11pmDragonfly: In Situ Exploration of Titan's Organic Chemistry and HabitabilityElizabeth Turtle Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
3.33 pmCoffee Break
3.58 pm The Entry Descent and Landing Instrumentation Suite for the Mars 2020 MissionTodd White NASA Ames Research Center
4.10 pm Piezo-Electric Inlet System For Atmospheric Descent ProbeJurij Simcic Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
4.22 pm Exploring The Performance Of A Miniature 3D Wind Sensor Under Extreme Martian Winds Up To The Dust Devil ScaleManuel Dominguez-Pumar Technical University of Catalonia
4.34 pm Assessing The Habitability Of Icy Ocean WorldsSamuel Kounaves Tufts University
4.46 pmi-Drill: An Instrumented Drill for Lunar Polar VolatilesRyan Timoney University of GlasgowStudent
4.58 pm Laser Nephelometer For In-Situ Particle Detection In Planetary AtmospheresVandana Jha NASA Ames Research Center
5.10 pm ESA plans for Planetary Defense and Small SatellitesFrederic TestonHead of Systems Department, D/TEC Keynote Speaker
5.40 pmBreak
6.30 pmIndustry Reception at the University of Oxford Natural History Museum
Sponsored by Analytical Mechanics AssociatesFood and drink will be served throughout the Industry Reception
9.30 pmReception closes
IPPW 2019