Programme – Day 3

Wednesday 10th July 2019

Start TimeTitleNameAffiliationNotes
Solar Systems Exploration I - Mercury, Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Convenors: Thibault Cavalie, Jacob Israelevitz, & Olivier Mousis
8.30 am Poster Introductions
8.42 amThe Decade of Venus: Revitalizing Exploration of our Sister PlanetJames CuttsJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
8.54 amMercury Vapor Rankine Power Cycle For A Venus Surface LanderChristopher GreerThe Pennsylvania State UniversityStudent
9.06 amLong-Duration Venus Probes and LandersTibor Kremic NASA Glenn Research Center
9.18 am The Cupid's Arrow Mission Concept: Hypervelocity Sampling In The Upper Atmosphere Of VenusJason RabinovitchJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
9.30 am Balloon-Borne Infrasound As A Remote Sensing Tool For Venus - Progress In 2018James CuttsJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
9.42 amAltitude-Controlled Balloon Concepts for Venus and Titan: Energy, Mass, and Stability TradeoffsJacob Izraelevitz NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
9.54 amCoffee Break
10.18 am Advances In Mechanical Compression Altitude Control Balloon Technology For Venus And TitanMaxim de Jong Thin Red Line Aerospace
10.30 amDragonfly: In Situ Exploration of Titan's Organic Chemistry and HabitabilityElizabeth Turtle Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab.
10.42 am Study On ESA Contribution To NASA-Led Ice Giants MissionGonzalo Saavedra Criado European Space Agency
10.54 am The deep composition of Uranus and Neptune from mass spectrometry and thermochemical modelingThibault Cavalié Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Bordeaux
11.06 am Key Atmospheric Signatures For Deciphering The Formation Conditions Of Uranus And Neptune In The Protosolar NebulaOlivier MousisLaboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille
11.18 am Ice Giant Aerocapture Using Low-L/D Aeroshells: Uncertainty Quantification and Risk AssessmentAthul Pradeepkumar Girija Purdue UniversityStudent
11.30 am Atmospheric Link Science And Communications With Planetary Entry Probes Via Direct-To-Earth And Relay Radio Link Methods.Sami AsmarJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
11.42 amThe Challenges of Landing on Uncertain TerrainAlejandro San Martin Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
12.12 pmLunchInformation about transport for the pre-booked tours will be announced at the lunch break
1.30 pmPre-booked Guided Tours:
Blenheim Palace
ESA Harwell Space Cluster
Oxford University Hypersonic Wind Tunnel

5.00 pmReturn to Oxford
7.00 pmIPPW-2019 Banquet at Keble College Dining Hall
10.00 pmEvent closes
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