Workshop on Mars Connecting Planetary Scientists in Europe June 2012, Budapest, Hungary. Meeting Agenda

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1 Workshop on Mars Connecting Planetary Scientists in Europe June 2012, Budapest, Hungary Sponsored by the European Space Agency and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Meeting Agenda Invited presentations: 60 or 30 min. including questions; Contributed presentations: 20 or 15 min. including questions Day 1 05 June 2012 Location: Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Arany János u. 1.) Chairpersons: Olivier Witasse ( ), Roberto Orosei ( ) Ernst Hauber ( ) 09:00 Registration 09:30 Welcome and Introduction Hungarian and ESA representatives Mars Science Overviews 10:00 Mars geology Ernst Hauber, DLR, Berlin (DE) 60 min. 11:00 Coffee break 30 min. 11:30 Mars mineralogy Damien Loizeau, ESA/ESTEC (NL) 60 min. 12:30 Lunch break 90 min. 14:00 Mars Exploration Rovers Goestar Klingelhoefer, Univ. Mainz (DE) 60 min. 15:00 Mars aeronomy & solar wind interaction Olivier Witasse, ESA/ESTEC (NL) 60 min. 16:00 Coffee break 30 min. Mars Astrobiology 16:30 Mars Exploration in the Wigner Research Centre for Physics Karoly Szego (HU) 20 min. 16:50 Liquid water in cold planetary surfaces Dietrich Möhlmann (DE) 20 min. 17:10 Comparison of cold and warm flow features on Mars Szaniszlo Berczi (HU) 20 min. 17:30 Possible circumpolar habitats on Mars Akos Kereszturi (HU) 20 min. 17:50 Photosynthetic activity of cyanobacteria in the crust Marianna Marschall (HU) 20 min. 18:10 Snow algae and their relevance to astrobiology Jana Kviderova (CZ) 20 min. 18:30 Venus transit preparation Agustin Chicarro (NL) 10 min. 18:40 End of Day 1 19:00 Workshop dinner (ESA-sponsored) Day 2 06 June 2012 Location: Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences (Budaörsi út 45.) Chairpersons: Ivan Almar ( ), Akos Kereszturi ( ), Daniel Mege ( ) 06:00 Venus transit observations at Polaris Observatory optional Mars Science Overviews 09:30 Mars interior & geodesy Pascal Rosenblatt, ROB, Brussels (BE) 60 min. 10:30 Coffee break 30 min. 11:00 Mars subsurface sounding Roberto Orosei, INAF, Rome (IT) 60 min. The conference is organized by the Institute for Geological and Geochemical Research (Research Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences), Konkoly Thege Miklos Astronomical Institute (Research Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences), and the Mars Astrobiology Group (NEST Foundation). The conference is also supported by the International Cartographic Association, Commission on Planetary Cartography, the Karoly Nagy Astronomical Foundation, and the Carl Zeiss Technika Kft.

2 European Mars Missions 12:00 Future ESA Missions: TGO and ExoMars Olivier Witasse, ESA/ESTEC (NL) 30 min. 12:30 Lunch break 90 min. 14:00 European Robotic Exploration Program Agustin Chicarro, ESA/ESTEC (NL) 30 min. Mars and Beyond 14:30 Evolution of solar wind structures between Venus and Mars orbits Andrea Opitz (HU) 15 min. 14:45 NeMars: Martian ionospheric empirical model Beatriz Sánchez-Cano (ES) 15 min. 15:00 Pyroclastic cones on Mars as evidence for dry and wet explosive erup. Petr Broz (CZ) 15 min. 15:15 The study and new mapping of Phobos by Mars Express SRC data Luidmila Shishkina (RU) 15 min. 15:30 Crater detection algorithms Goran Salamunidcar (HR) 15 min. 15:45 Coffee break 30min. 16:15 Denuded fluvial terraces: a new identification method Titusz Bugya, Bálint Kulcsár (HU) 15 min. 16:30 Mars analog field research - the PolAres research programme Gernot Groemer (AT) 15 min. 16:45 Ice caves a possible habitat for life on Mars Aurel Persoiu (RO) 15 min. 17:00 Geodynamics of medium sized satellites Saturn Leszek Czechowski (PL) 15 min. 17:15 Oddity of the Saturnian System Erzsebet Illes (HU) 15 min. 17:30 Poster session and demonstrations: (including ESA-sponsored snacks and drinks) see below ICA Planetary map exhibition Educational planetary probe model show 20:30 End of Day 2 Day 3 07 June 2012 Location: Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences (Budaörsi út 45.) Chairpersons: Agustin Chicarro ( ), Kalman Kovacs ( ), Pascal Rosenblatt (afternoon ) Mars Science Overviews 09:30 Mars atmosphere Franck Montmessin, LATMOS/CNRS, Guyancourt (FR) 60 min. 10:30 Coffee break 30 min. 11:00 The Martian moons Olivier Witasse, ESA/ESTEC (NL) 60 min. 12:00 Cooperating with ESA missions Agustin Chicarro, ESA/ESTEC (NL) 30 min. 12:30 Lunch break 90 min. 14:00 Opportunities in ESA: stagiaires, RF, YGT Olivier Witasse (NL) 15 min. 14:15 RF experience in ESTEC Damien Loizeau (NL) 15 min. Planetary Research 14:30 ESA projects in Hungary Elod Both (HU) 15 min. 14:45 Hungarian contribution to the DIM and SPM instruments on Rosetta István Apáthy (HU) 15 min. 15:00 Masat Hungarian satellite project Várhegyi Zsolt (HU) 15 min. 15:15 ESEO Earth orbiter project, Hungarian contribution Gabor Kocsis (HU) 15 min. 15:30 Instruments development of Mars and Solar System exploration - Sándor Szalai (HU) 15 min. 15:45 Analysis of plasma environment of non magnetic solar system objects Zsofia Bebesi (HU) 15 min. 16:00 Coffee break 30 min Determination the geotechnical properties of the planetary regolith using Low Velocity Penetrometers - Karol Seweryn (PL) 15 min. 16:45 Space Radiation Dosimetry in Bulgaria from Low Earth to the Moon Rositza Koleva (BG) 15 min. 17:00 Research work at Geophysical Institute SAS, Slovakia Igor Tunyi (SK) 15 min. 17:15 Planetary sciences in Poland: where do we go Daniel Mege (PL) 15 min. 17:30 Resources in the Region Akos Kereszturi (HU) 15 min. 17:45 Concluding Remarks Agustin Chicarro (NL) 15 min End of Day 3 The conference is organized by the Institute for Geological and Geochemical Research (Research Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences), Konkoly Thege Miklos Astronomical Institute (Research Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences), and the Mars Astrobiology Group (NEST Foundation). The conference is also supported by the International Cartographic Association, Commission on Planetary Cartography, the Karoly Nagy Astronomical Foundation, and the Carl Zeiss Technika Kft.

3 Poster session Location: Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences (Budaörsi út 45.) 1. Planetary surface perception Hargitai H. (HU) 2. Identification of geologic structures in the North circumpolar area of Mars Sánchez-Bayton M., Tréguier E., Herraiz M., Martin P. (ES) 3. Giant sackung in Valles Marineris Kromuszczyoska O., Mège D., Lucas A., Gurgurewicz J. (PL) 4. Degradational history of rock glacier surfaces in the Deuteronilus Mensae and in Reull Vallis regions using HRSC DTM, CTX and HiRISE images Orgel Cs. (HU) 5. Detecting caves on Mars a GIS approach Deák M. (HU) 6. Hellas planitia as a potential site of sedimentary minerals Zalewska N. (PL) 7. An aproximation to the motion of charged particles in local Martian magnetic fields Ramírez-Nicolás M, Usero D, and Vázquez L. (ES) 8. A multifractal approach for the representation of the Newtonian potential of Martian moons Uchaev D.V., Malinnikov V.A., Uchaev Dm.V., Prutov I.S., Oberst J. (RU) 9. CDPP/AMDA Tool connected to MGS and MEX plasma datasets Nicolas A., Budnik E., Fedorov A., Hitier R., Renard B., Génot V., Cecconi B., Jacquey G., Bouchemit M., Bourrel N., Gangloff M., Pallier E., Besson B., Topf F., Baumjohann W., Khodachenko M., Rucker H., Opitz A. (FR) 10. Inferring alteration conditions on Mars: Insights from near-infrared spectra of basalts from Siberia and East Africa Gurgurewicz J, Mège D, Carrère V, Cornen G, Gaudin A, Kostylew J, Morizet Y, Purcell PG, Le Deit L. (PL) 11. Valley analysis on Mars for paleo-environment reconstruction Kereszturi A. (HU) 12. Isotopic enrichment in sedimentary features on Mars extrapolation from Earth analogs Barta G., Kereszturi A. (HU) 13. Manganese sediments as potentoial analogs for the analyis of astrobiology on Mars Polgari M., Kereszturi A. (HU) 14. The study and mapping of the outer planets satellites: Io and Enceladus Zubarev A., Nadejdina I., Shishkina L.*, Patratij V., Rubtsova N., Karachevtseva I., Mukabenova B. (RU) 15. The most peculiar objects in the Saturnian System Illes E. (HU) 16. Comparative geosciences: The new WROONA research group Mège D.*, Gurgurewicz J., Żelaźniewicz A., and the WROONA research group members (PL) 17. Planetary science in Space Research Centre PAS Banaszkiewicz M., Zalewska N. (PL) 18. The Experiment ROSE8 PUR on EXPOSE-R Bérces, A., Kovács G., Egyeki M., Fekete A., Rontó Gy. (HU) 19. Development of the Hungarian Video Meteor Network Igaz A. (HU) 20. Trajectory and Analysis of Fireball-Meteorite " Kosice" from Security Cameras and from Electron Microscopic Examination Kubovics I., Vizi P. G., Bendő Zs. (HU) 21. High strain-rate deformation in the Pułtusk H-chondrite Krzesioska A., Gattacceca J., Rochette P., Cournède C. (PL) 22. Magmatic and impact metamorphic processes in ALH Martian meteorite (shergottite) Gyollai I., Nagy Sz., Gucsik A., Bérczi Sz., Veres M. (HU) 23. Mineral resources of extraterrestrial bodies of the Solar System Przylibski T.A., Katarzyna L. (PL) 24. Impact cratering processes in the Bosumtwi crater (Ghana) Losiak A. (PL) 25. Simulated Mars Rover Model Competition Vizi P. G. (HU) 26. Camera and data broadcast of an educational lander spacecraft Hudoba Gy. (HU) 27. Touch the comet! Testing of the Rosetta s Comet Touchdown educational kit in the Széchenyi István High School, Sopron, Hungary Lang Á., Bodnár L.*, Ettingshausen M, Majnovics Z., Németh Á., Sléber B., Soós B., Wesely N., Roos M. (HU) 28. Measurement of the planetary magnetic field with the new HUSAR-5 rover: MAXI Lang Á.,Nickl I., Szalay K.*, Horváth T., Licskai P., Jäckel F. (HU) 29. Red Planet? Red river! Field works on the red-mud flood polluted Marcal riverside: ph measurements by the Husar-5 rover Lang Á., Erdélyi S., Nickl I., Cserich D., Kiss D.*, Bérczi Sz. (HU) 30. Remote controll on exploration Husar erover and its use in e-learning Hegyi S. (HU) ICA sponsored Planetary map exhibition: Central and East European planetary maps (exhibition), including maps of Mars, Moon, Venus, Mercury, Phobos, Deimos H. Hargitai (HU) The conference is organized by the Institute for Geological and Geochemical Research (Research Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences), Konkoly Thege Miklos Astronomical Institute (Research Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences), and the Mars Astrobiology Group (NEST Foundation). The conference is also supported by the International Cartographic Association, Commission on Planetary Cartography, the Karoly Nagy Astronomical Foundation, and the Carl Zeiss Technika Kft.

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