On June 12th and 13th, the UCLA Institute for Planets and Exoplanets (IPLEX) will host a two day interdisciplinary conference on the nature, distribution, origin and evolution of frozen volatiles and organics in the inner solar system.
Tuesday, June 12th
Wednesday, June 13th
|Time||Presenter||Title of Talk|
|8:45||Welcome (Paige and Jewitt)|
|9:00||Norbert Schorghofer||New Views of Old Volatiles|
|9:30||Russell Cox||Enabling Technologies for DeepCryo Volatiles
Experimentation and Exploration
|10:00||Ben, Bussey||A COMPLETE CATALOGUE OF LUNAR PERMANENTLY SHADOWED AREAS.|
|10:30||Sarah T. Crites||In-situ production of organic molecules at the poles of
|10:45||Nancy, L, Chabot||Craters Hosting Radar-bright Deposits in Mercury’s Polar
|11:45||David A. Paige||Thermal stability of polar ices and organics on Mercury|
|12:15||Matthew Siegler||LUNAR POLAR ICE AND THE OBLIQUITY HISTORY OF THE MOON|
|13:30||Lunch on Campus|
|14:00||Adrian Jon Brown||Transport and Thermal Metamorphism of Water Ice in the
Martian North Polar Springtime
|14:30||Patricio Becerra||CO2 FROST HALOS ON THE SOUTH POLAR RESIDUAL CAP OF MARS|
|15:00||Selby Cull||Perchlorate Salts and Water on Mars: An overview of
See the Logistics Page or further information.
Registration is required for all attendees. Guests may register in advance online, or in person on the day of the meeting.
Full Registration ($75) includes continental breakfast and morning and afternoon coffee breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday, as well as dinner at the UCLA Faculty Center on Tuesday evening.
Reduced registration ($25) includes continental breakfast and morning and afternoon coffee breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday.