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Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics

Schedule

Presentation Format

All presentations will be oral, 10 minutes in length with 2 minutes for questions. Times are given in EST.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

• 12:30pm: Pre-Conference Tech Check: Mics, Cameras, Slides, Orientation with Chairs
• 12:45pm: Welcome and Introduction
• 12:53pm: Brad Bailey, NLSI/SSERVI Welcome
• 12:58pm: Ice Breaker
SESSION I: ON THE MOON
• 13:13: J. R. Szalay, Overview: ON THE MOON
• 13:28: M. Piquette, Effects of lunar topography on the near-surface dusty-plasma environment
• 13:40: L. O’Brien, Nano dust analyzer for the detection and chemical composition measurement of particles originating in the inner heliosphere
• 13:52: N. Gharib, Regolith induced wear and dust mitigation
• 14:04: S. Athiray, Direct evidence of higher sodium content on the lunar surface from remote sensing C1XS observations
• 14:16: L. Riofrio, Sources of Mass/Energy in Moons and Planets
• 14:28: G. Tsakyridis, Conceptual design of a permanent lunar outpost: Surface experiments and instruments for geophysics and geodesy study case
• 14:40: DISCUSSION
• 14:50: BREAK
SESSION II: OF THE MOON
• 15:20: K. Donaldson Hanna, Overview: OF THE MOON
• 15:35: J. Davenport, A suite of planetary crystallization programs (MAGFOX, MAGPOX, and FXMOTR): A programming conundrum
• 15:47: J. Whitten, Using the modified gaussian model (MGM) to identify cryptomare and mare basalt mineralogy
• 15:59: H. Fuqua, Modeling Magnetic Induction from Transient Events Impinging upon a Conducting Moon
• 16:11: D. Moriarty, Compositional Constraints on South Pole – Aitken Basin Formation
• 16:23: A. Shu, Cratering studies in polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF)
• 16:35: DISCUSSION
• 16:45: Closing Remarks and Evaluations

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