Preliminary program

Preliminary Program (Version 5-26-13)

Thursday June 6

9:00 AM Welcome, Introductions and Announcements

9:30 Introduction to Gaia Mission: Brown, A., & Jordi, C.

10:00 Invited Talk. Gaia as an observatory of the Solar System: Tanga, P.

10:30 Invited Talk. The importance of Gaia BP/RP for asteroid science: Cellino, et al.

11:00 Coffee Break

11:20 Invited Talk. Asteroid spectrophotometry in the visible from Gaia: Delbo, et al.

11:50 Invited Talk. Taxonomy distribution of asteroids from SDSS photometry: Carry, B., & DeMeo, F.

12:20 Contributed Talk. Aqueous alteration on minor bodies of the Solar System: Fornasier, et al.

12:35 Contributed Talk. X-complex asteroids: results from the groundbased spectroscopic surveys: Fornasier, S.

12:50 Contributed Talk. Asteroid composition types and albedos: complementary data from photometry and polarimetry: Belskaya, I.

13:05 Lunch Break

14:30 Invited Talk. "Space weathering" laboratory experiments in support of spectroscopic studies of asteroids: Brunetto, R.

15:00 Contributed Talk. Reflectance properties of primitive asteroids and chondrites: Moyano-Cambero, C., & Trigo-Rodríguez, J.

15:15 Contributed Talk. Spectroscopy and Photometry of Meteorites in Support of GAIA: Beck, et al.

15:30 Invited Talk. Spectroscopy of primitive asteroids from ground-based telescopes in support of the Gaia mission: de Leon, et al.

16:00 Contributed Talk. Combining WISE data and visible-to-near-infrared spectra of primitive asteroids: Ali-Lagoa, et al.

16:15 Coffee Break

16:30 Contributed Talk. A New Interpretation of the Surface Composition of Asteroid Bennu (1999 RQ36): Anhydrous Minerals Similar to CV Chondrites? Campins, et al.

16:45 Contributed Talk. Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of asteroids in the Polana's family: Pinilla-Alonso, et al.

17:00 Contributed Talk. Spectroscopy of Primitive Inner-Belt Asteroids: Landsman, et al.

17:15 Contributed Talk. Exploring asteroid families by combining multi-wavelength data: Walsh, K., & Delbo, M.

17:30 Contributed Talk. The Origin of Asteroid 162173 (1999 JU3): Comfort, et al.

17:45 Contributed Talk. Physical Characterization of Warm Spitzer Observed Near-Earth Objects: Thomas, et al.

18:00 Adjourn

Group Dinner (paid individually)


Fri. June 7

9:30 AM Invited Talk. Compositions of primitive asteroids: Constraints from 2 – 4 μm spectroscopy: Emery, J.

10:00 Invited Talk. Asteroid spectroscopy in the Mid Infrared: Vernazza, P.

10:30 Invited Talk. Laboratory Thermal Emission Spectroscopy and Goniometry in a simulated space environment: Bowles, et al.

11:00 Coffee Break

11:20 Contributed Talk. Investigation of the 10 µm Emission Feature: Hargrove, et al.

11:35 Contributed Talk. The study of asteroids in cometary orbits using surveys and missions: Licandro

11:50 Contributed Talk. Gaia — distinguishing active comets from inactive asteroids: how will its performance be?: Gafeira, et al.

12:05 Contributed talk. A dedicated telescope for asteroid studies in Brazil: Lazzaro, et al.

12:20 Contributed Talk. Mapping the early distribution of volatiles in the Main Belt with the JPAS/J-PLUS photometric survey: Carvano, J.

12:35 Contributed Talk. Selecting asteroids for a spectroscopic survey: Oszkiewicz, et al.

12:50 Lunch Break

14:30 Contributed Talk. Asteroid spectroscopy with SALT: a feasibility study: Kwiatkowski, T.,

& Oszkiewicz D.

14:45 Contributed Talk.  Photometry and Astrometry of Gaia's Targets Using the ISON Telescopes: Krugly et al.

15:00 Round Table: Ground Based Support for Gaia. Moderator: P. Tanga

16:15 Coffee Break

16:35 Round table: Primitive Asteroids. Moderator: M. Delbo

17:35 Adjourn

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