International Workshop on Instrumentation for Planetary Missions (IPM-2014),
Greenbelt, Maryland (near Washington DC) - November 4-7, 2014
The objective is to have a broad canvas of instrumentation and technology available to 'Decadal Survey' missions and those further out. It is also meant to be a forum of collaboration, exchange and discussions where science questions, and the technology needed to address them, are discussed.
Complete Program in html for easy searching.
Below is the program by day. Poster session will be Wednesday evening, 5:30pm - 7pm. Be aware
there are parallel sessions Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Tuesday Program in PDF
Wednesday Program in PDF
Wednesday - POSTER SESSION - 5:30 pm - 7pm. (*Poster Instructions)
Thursday Program in PDF
Friday Program in PDF
Program by the half day: (All in PDF)
- Tuesday Morning
- Tuesday Afternoon
- Wednesday Morning (NOTE: Parallel Sessions)
- Wednesday Afternoon (NOTE: Parallel Sessions)
- Poster Session 5:30 - 7pm (*Poster Instructions)
- Thursday Morning (NOTE: Parallel Sessions)
- Thursday Afternoon
- NASA-Goddard Tours after the conclusion of the Thursday afternoon sessions
- Friday Morning (NOTE: Parallel Sessions)
- Friday Afternoon
Registration and Abstract Submission are now closed.
Instructions on Oral Presentations:
Authors, please bring your slides on a flash drive (PPT and also PDF format) and hand it to the respective session chairs 10 min before the start of the session. The files will be loaded onto a Macintosh laptop used exclusively for display.
Instructions on POSTERS:
The recommended dimension is 36 x48 inches. Smaller or larger posters will also be accepted. Posters will be suspended in their respective galleries by the organizers. Please drop your poster on Tuesday Nov 4th morning at the welcome desk near room W150/Building 34.
During the conference there will be a Mass Spec Exhibit in the hallway. The title of the exhibit is: "Space Flight Mass Spectronometry 1963 thru 2018"
The tours will be after the conclusion of the program on Thursday Afternoon. A bus will be provided to take you to each tour stop.
- The Astrobiology Walk at the Goddard Visitor Center
- James Webb Space Telescope Space Systems Development and Integration Facility
Hotel, Lunch Meals at the Workshop and Banquet Information
Hotel, Lunch Meals at the Workshop and Banquet information can be found at the Hotel Link or by clicking on Registration Hotel and Travel Information tab on the side bar.
If you have any questions, please email Brook Lakew.
Workshop: November 4, 5, 6, 7, 2014
Abstract Due Date:
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS CLOSED.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
Dr. John Mather
Senior Project Scientist
The James Webb Space Telescope
"Planets, asteroids, comets, satellites, and KBO's: how you can use the JWST"
Project Scientist, Mars Science Laboratory
California Institute of Technology
Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) mission
NASA Ames Research Center
"Lunar Science on a Shoestring: The Adventures of LADEE"
Dr. Claudia J. Alexander
U.S. Rosetta Project
"Rosetta at Comet 67P: Humanity's First Attempt to Land on A Comet, November 2014"