Programme – Day 2

Tuesday, 9th July 2019

Start TimeTitleNameAffliliationNotes
Mars ExplorationConvenors: Ashley Korzun, David Mimoun, Michelle Munk, and Brooke Harper
08.30 am Poster Introductions
8.45 am InSight EDL Overview and As-Flown PerformanceRob GroverJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
8.57 am
Mars InSight Trajectory and Atmosphere ReconstructionChris KarlgaardAMA, Inc. at NASA Langley Research Center
9.09 am
Insight Approach Operations During Dust-Storm SeasonEugene Bonfiglio Jet Propulsion Laboratory
9.21 am Performance of the InSight Spacecraft During Entry, Descent, and Landing at MarsMark JohnsonLockheed Martin Space
9.33 amEDL Comm featuring MarCO CubeSat PerformanceSanford KrasnerJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
9.45 am
Simulation of InSight Plume Induced Surface Cratering and Validation Through Imagery Based 3D Topology ReconstructionPeter Liever CFD Research Corp.
9.57 amComparison of the Reconstructed Entry, Descent, and Landing Phase of the InSight and Phoenix Mars LandersAline ZimmerJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
10.09 am
Coffee Break
10.30 amReconstruction Of Schiaparelli And Comars Flight DataAaron Brandis AMA Inc at NASA Ames Research Center
10.42 am Mars 2020 Entry, Descent, and Landing UpdateAllen ChenJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
10.54 amMars 2020 EDL System Performance at Jezero CraterDavid WayNASA Langley Research Center
11.06 am The Mars 2020 Lander Vision System: Architecture And V&V ResultsJames MontgomeryJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology/Caltech
11.18 am ExoMars 2020 Entry, Descent And Landing SystemSteve Lingard Vorticity Ltd
11.30 amSystems Analysis Of An Inflatable Entry Concept For Human Mars MissionJamshid SamarehNASA Langley Research Center
11.42 am Application of Direct Force Control to Human-Scale Mars Entry, Descent, and Landing.Rafael Lugo NASA Langley Research Center
11.54 am
Lunch and Student Career Development Lunch EventThe Student Career Development Lunch will be held at the Common Room, Earth Sciences building. This is a 5-minute walk from the venue.
1.30 pmESA Talk including discussion on ESA's contribution to Mars Sample ReturnDavid ParkerEuropean Space AgencyKeynote Speaker
2.00 pm
Mars Sample Return - A reference campaign architecture for joint ESA-NASA studies and early mission conceptsSanjay VijendranEuropean Space Agency
2.12 pm Overview And Status Of The Mars Sample Return Study 2026 OpportunityMartin Greco
2.24 pm Mars Sample Return EDL Flight Performance Challenges And Mitigation StrategiesMark Ivanov Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Sample Return to EarthConvenors: Scott Perino, Matthias Grott, Marcus Lobbia, Joern Helbert, and Sahadeo Ramjatan
2.36 pmPoster Introductions
2.48 pm Robotic Mars Sample Return Earth Entry Vehicle Concept DevelopmentMarcus LobbiaJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
3.00 pm
HEEET Material Modeling and Earth Entry Vehicle Landing Analyses for Potential Mars Sample ReturnAaron SiddensJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
3.12 pm Break the Chain and Containment Assurance Concepts for Mars Sample Return and BeyondMorgan HendryJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
3.24 pm Conceptual Design Of Sample Return Capsule For CAESAR MissionKazuhiko YamadaJAXA
3.36 pm The DLR Sample Analysis LaboratoryJoern Helbert DLR
3.48 pmSuccesses With Exo-Brake Development and Targeting for Future Sample Return Capability: TES-6,7,8 Flight ExperimentsMarcus MurbachNASA Ames Research Center
4.00 pmCoffee Break
Innovative Concepts for ExplorationConvenors: Robert Dillman, Dmitriy Shutin, Gilles Bailet, and Siddharth Krishnamoorthy
4.24 pmPoster introductions
4.36 pmDeployable Aeroshell Technology For Small-Class Planetary Exploration MissionKazuhiko Yamada JAXA
4.48 pm Dragonfly: In situ Terrain Relative Navigation for Titan Surface ExplorationKenneth Hibbard Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
5.00 pm BioSats: Distributed Sensing of Venus' Atmosphere through MicroprobesKatharina HildebrandtEuropean Space Agency
5.12 pm Swarm Navigation and Exploration for Planetary Surface Missions: Experimental ResultsEmanuel Staudinger German Aerospace Center (DLR)
5.24 pmTriple: Autonomous Subglacial Lake Exploration As A Stepping Stone Towards Icy Worlds Ocean ExplorationChristoph Waldmann University of Bremen/MARUM
5.40 pmPoster SessionDrinks and snacks will be served during the Poster Session
7.10 pmSession closes
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