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Programa

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Programa detallado:

 

Lunes 27

 

 

Inauguración

 

15:00 - 15:15

Ángel Moratilla. Subdirector General de Sistemas Espaciales del Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial
Miguel Mas. Director del Centro de Astrobiología (INTA-CSIC)

 

Charla Invitada 1

 

15:15 - 15:45

Pilar Román. Delegada de España en el Comité de gestión del programa científico de la ESA SPF

 

Charla Invitada 2

 

15:45 - 16:15

Jose Carlos del Toro. Gestor del Área de Espacio del Plan Estatal de I+D+i

     

 

 

Misiones e Instrumentación (parte 1)

 

Moderador

Javier Gómez Elvira

1

17:15 - 17:30

RLS, the Raman instrument for the EXOMARS 2020 mission of ESA

   

Fernando Rull Pérez

2

17:30 - 17:45

SuperCam (SCAM): next generation instrument that will be part of the payload of NASA’s Mars2020 rover

   

José Antonio Manrique Martínez

3

17:45 - 18:00

Nuevas tecnologías ópticas en INTA para exploración planetaria

   

Tomás Belenguer Dávila

4

18:00 - 18:15

The European Stratospheric Balloon Observatory: Design Study

   

Rene Duffard

5

18:15 - 18:30

Isotopically labelled materials for use in scientific space missions

   

Julio Mora Nogues

     
 

Martes 28

 
 

Misiones e Instrumentación (parte 2)

 

Moderador

Tomás Belenguer

6

9:00 - 9:15

Design and smart control of sensors for optimal performance: application to wind sensing in Mars

   

Manuel Dominguez Pumar

7

9:15 - 9:30

Development of the MEDA Instrument Wind Sensors for the M2020 Mission

   

Cristina Ortega

8

9:30 - 9:45

AMR instrument for EXOMARS 2020: scientific payload for stationary magnetic measurements on the surface of MARS

   

Marina Díaz Michelena

9

9:45 - 10:00

Comet Interceptor. A mission to a dynamically new solar system object

   

Luisa María Lara

10

10:00 - 10:15

Hera - the European Contribution to the First Asteroid Deflection Demonstration

   

Michael Küppers

11

10:15 - 10:30

Ground-based observation of Didymos in support of Hera/DART mission

   

Julia de León

12

10:30 - 10:45

The key role of the characterization of new technologies in ESA scientific missions

   

Demetrio López Molina

 

 

 

 

Planetas gigantes

 

Moderadora.

Luisa María Lara

1

11:30 - 11:45

Convective Storm Activity in the Saturn’s Southern Hemisphere during the Cassini Mission

   

Teresa del Río Gaztelurrutia

2

11:45-12:00

Saturn atmospheric dynamics one year after Cassini: Long-lived features and time variations in the drift of the Hexagon

   

Ricardo  Hueso Alonso

3

12:00-12:15

Stormy weather and multiple haze layers in Saturn’s North Polar Region

   

Agustín Sanchez Lavega

4

12:15 - 12:30

Heat storage of cryogenic fluids of ocean worlds

   

Victoria Muñoz Iglesias

5

12:30-12:45

Methane diffusion in water ice: relevance in the Solar System

   

Miguel Ángel  Satorre Aznar

6

12:45 - 13:00

¿Familia de Haumea o cluster de Haumea?

   

José Luis Ortiz

     
 

Cuerpos pequeños del sistema solar

 

Moderador

Adriano Campo Bagatín

1

14:30 - 14.45

Thrust faulting and contraction of Ceres

   

Javier Ruiz

2

14:45 - 15:00

Mechanical properties of asteroid regolith and implications to excavate impact crater in D

   

Josep María Trigo Rodríguez

3

15:00 - 15:15

Morphological features of gravitational aggregates

   

Paula Benavidez Lozano

4

15:15 - 15:30

Small Bodies: Near and Far - Final Report

   

René Duffard

5

15:30 - 15:45

Primitive Asteroids Spectroscopic Survey - PRIMASS: Current Status

   

Juan Luis Rizos Garcia

6

15:45 - 16:00

The ssos Pipeline: Identification of serendipitously observed Solar System objects in images of ground-based observatories

   

Max Mahlke

7

16:30 - 16:45

Identification of asteroids using the Virtual Observatory

   

Miriam Cortés Contreras

8

16:45 -17:00

An equilibrium phase diagram model to study the metamorphism experienced by the parent asteroid of Villalbeto de la Peña ordinary chondrite

 

 

María Jesús Herrero Perez

     
 

Planetas Terrestres  (parte 1)

 

Moderadora

Olga Prieto

1

17:00 - 17:15

The volcanology of Idunn Mons and its relationship with Olapa Chasma: a site for active volcano tectonics on Venus?

   

Iván López Ruiz-Labranderas

2

17:15 - 17:30

Characterising Atmospheric Gravity Waves on the lower and upper cloud bank using Venus Express VMC and VIRTIS images

   

José Silva

3

17:30 - 17:45

Atmospheric Dynamics of Venus using Akatsuki’s space-based observations and cloud tracking techniques

   

Daniela Espadinha

4

17:45 - 18:00

Studying the middle atmosphere of Venus and Mars combining observations and 3D modelling

   

Gabriella Gili

 

Miércoles 29

 

Planetas Terrestres  (parte 2)

 

Moderador

Fernando Rull

5

9:00 - 9:15

Mars Express and ExoMars 2016 Trace Gas Orbiter: Mission Status and Recent Scientific Highlights

   

Alejandro Cardesin Moinelo

6

9:15 - 9:30

Derivation of temperature from Mars dayglow

   

Francisco González Galindo

7

9:30 - 9:45

The 2018 Martian Global Dust Storm over the Southern Polar Region

   

Jorge Hernández Bernal

8

9:45 - 10:00

Status, performance and preliminary results of NOMAD on board the Exomars Trace Gas Orbiter

   

Miguel Ángel Lopez Valverde

9

10:00 - 10:15

First Retrievals of CO2 in the Upper Atmosphere of Mars with TGO-NOMAD

   

Brittany Hill

10

10:15 - 10:30

Prediction of Mars meteorological variables using artificial neural networks

   

Alejandro de Cabo García

 

 

 

 

Planetas Terrestres  (parte 3)

 

Moderador

Miguel Angel Valverde

11

11:00 - 11:15

The martian met network (REMS-TWINS-MEDA): interpretations/predictions of the landing sites environments

   

Jorge Pla García

12

11:15 - 11:30

Caracterización de una tormenta de polvo local en Marte con medidas de REMS/MSL e imágenes de MARCI/MRO

   

Iñaki Ordóñez Etxeberria

13

11:30 - 11:45

The Impact of the MY34/2018 Global Dust Storm on the near-surface atmosphere in Gale Crater, Mars

   

Daniel Viúdez Moreiras

14

11:45 -12:00

Dust lifting and deposition at Gale Crater from three Martian years of MSL REMS UV measurements

   

Álvaro Vicente Retortillo

15

12:00 - 12:15

The light-toned materials at Coogoon Valles, Mars: relation to the ExoMars 2020 rover landing site.

   

Iván lópez

16

12:15 - 12:30

Characterizing the landscape of west Coogoon Valles and southeast Oxia Planum, Mars

   

Ángel García Arnay

 

12:30 - 13:00

Europlanet Society

 

 

Spain+Portugal Regional Hub

 

 

 

Planetas Terrestres  (parte 4)

 

Moderador

Victor Parro

17

14:30 -14:45

"Terra Nova": CARMENES and prospects for discovering Earth analogues

   

Jose A. Caballero

18

14:45 -15:00

Importancia de los microorganismos del ciclo del nitrógeno en la transformación de los sustratos minerales en el subsuelo profundo.

   

Cristina Escudero Parada

19

15:00 -15:15

Dallol geothermal area as an Earth Analogue: case study and validation

   

Felipe Gómez

20

15:15 -15:30

Bacterial presence in chaotropic perchlorates solutions at subzero temperatures: Implications to Mars

   

Laura García Descalzo

21

15:30 - 15:45

Organic matter preservation in clay minerals under Mars-like conditions

   

Carolina Gil Lozano

22

15:45 - 16:00

Subsurface geometry and emplacement conditions of a giant dike system in the Elysium Volcanic Province, Mars

   

Samuel Rivas Dorado

 

 

 

 

Planetas Terrestres  (parte 5)

 

Moderador

Victor Parro

23

16:30 - 16:45

Geochemical characterization by Raman and vis-NIR Spectroscopies of a terrestrial Martian analogue: the submarine volcano of Meñakoz (Biscay, Spain)

   

Gorka Arana

24

16:45 - 17:00

Raman microspectroscopy coupled to SEM/EDS to detect and identify organic matter in Impact Glasses, Meteorites and Terrestrial Analogs

   

Juan Manuel Madariaga Mota

25

17:00 - 17:15

Raman microspectroscopy to detect high temperature and high pressure minerals in meteorites: clues about their formation

   

Kepa Castro Ortiz de Pinedo

26

17:15 - 17:30

The BIOMEX experiment on-board the International Space Station: limits of life and detection of biomarkers after exposure to space- and to Mars-like conditions

 

 

Rosa de la Torre Noetzel

 

FPO

The moons of the gaseous planets: habitable zones?
Fernando Carmona Martín

 

METEORITE-PRODUCING METEOR EVENTS RECORDED FROM THE CALAR ALTO ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY
J.M. Madiedo

 

QUASI-SIMULTANEOUS OBSERVATIONS OF THE INTERACTION OF TAURID METEOROIDS WITH THE EARTH AND THE MOON
J.M. Madiedo

 

SPECTROSCOPIC AND DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF METEORS ASSOCIATED WITH POORLY-KNOWN METEOROID STREAMS
J.M. Madiedo

 

Posters

 

 

Misiones e Instrumentación

M&I1

Planetary simulation chamber: A platform for planetary exploration and astrobiology applications

 

Eva Mateo Martí

M&I2

An infrared and DFT study of the role of bentonite phyllosilicate in the survival of glycine and alanine amino acids on the surface of spatial bodies with high UV radiation

 

Vicente Timón Salinero

M&I3

The INTA RLS on-board software for ExoMars 2020: An autonomous control solution to obtain and analyze Raman spectra at Mars surface

 

Sergio Ibarmia

M&I4

The INTA RLS Ground-testing framework: a versatile system to validate the on-board software and support the instrument functional integration

 

Jesús Zafra

M&I5

Assembly, Integration and Verification of the Raman Laser Spectrometer for the ExoMars 2020 mission

 

José Antonio Rodriguez Prieto

M&I6

Particulate, Molecular and Biological Cleanliness of the Raman Laser Spectrometer for the ExoMars 2020 mission

 

Rosario Canchal Moreno

M&I7

Qualification activities at element level of Raman Laser Spectrometer for ExoMars2020 mission

 

Paloma I. Gallego Sempere

M&I8

Raman Laser Spectrometer Optical Head

 

Miguel Sanz Palomino

M&I9

Screening and characterization of the flight laser modules for the ExoMars Raman Laser Spectrometer

 

Pablo Rodriguez

M&I10

RLS scientific operation algorithms for adaptive analysis of the Martian samples on ExoMars

 

Guillermo Lopez Reyes

M&I11

Instrument Data Analysis Tool (IDAT) for the analysis of RLS data

 

Guillermo Lopez Reyes

M&I12

RLS Calibration Target design to allow onboard combined science between RLS and MicrOmega instruments on the ExoMars rover

 

Guillermo Lopez Reyes

M&I13

Operation design of the RLS Instrument, for the ExoMars 2020 mission

 

Laura Seoane Purriños

M&I14

Raman Spectrometer for planetary exploration, ExoMars2020

 

Marianela Fernández Rodríguez

   
 

Planetas Gigantes

PG1

Study of brines at the conditions of Europa crust by Raman spectroscopy

 

Oscar Ercilla Herrero

PG2

Estabilidad de los hidratos del sulfato de magnesio en la superficie de Europa

 

Maite Fernández Sampedro

PG3

Efecto de la polaridad en los mecanismos de interacción de volátiles-hipervolátiles en superficies heladas del Sistema Solar

 

Miguel Ángel Satorre Aznar

PG4

Glaciers and Ice Sheets as Analog Environments of Potentially Habitable Icy Worlds

 

Cristina Cid

PG5

PlanetCam UPV/EHU: A lucky-imaging instrument in the 0.4-1.7 micron wavelength range for Solar System science. Highlights of 5 years of observations

 

Agustín Sánchez Lavega

   
 

Planetas Terrestres

PT1

Circumstellar dust with metastable eutectic composition as primary material for clay formation in the Noachian terrains of Mars

 

Carolina Gil Lozano

PT2

3D modeling of Ogygis Rupes lobate scarp, Mars

 

Andrea Herrero Gil

PT3

Analysis of drainage networks in the transition Arabia Terra/Noachis Terra: Implications for the hydrologic evolution of Mars

 

Cristina Robas García

PT4

Raman Spectroscopic and UV-Visible Optical Characterization of the Deltic, Squaric and Croconic Cyclic Oxo-carbon Acids

 

Francisco Colmenero

PT5

Venus Nightside Atmosphere Mapped in the Infrared Atmospheric Windows and Thermal Emission as seen by VIRTIS on Venus Express

 

Alejandro Cardesin Moinelo

 

Áreas temáticas

Estas son las areas de interés para las comunicaciones de este CPESS6. En función de los resúmenes recibidos, se agruparán en sesiones, que tendrán un carácter más específico que estas áreas:

  • Misiones e instrumentación espacial.
  • Planetas terrestres.
  • Planetas gigantes y sus lunas.
  • Cuerpos pequeños del Sistema Solar.
  • Otros.
  • Investigación amateur en temas relacionados.