DAY 1 9:00 AM

Registration and coffee

9:30–10AM

OPENING KEYNOTE: TANYA HARRISON, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY AND LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT STATEMENT

SESSION I - WOMEN IN STEM ISSUES 10:00

Kathleen E. Vander Kaaden, Lunar and Planetary Institute

Supporting Women in STEM Fields: The Important of Female-Led and Female Populated Organizations

10:15

Danny Bednar, University of Western Ontario

Geographies of Scale: Applying Hyndman’s Feminist Geopolitics to Space Activities

SESSION II - EDUCATION AND OUTREACH 10:30

Bhairavi Shankar, B Spatial

Engaging the Next Generation of Space Explorers and Educators Using a Collaborative Approach

10:45

Melissa Battler, Mission Control Space Services

Mission Control Academy: Converting Classrooms Into Rover Control Centres

11:00

Parshati Patel, University of Western Ontario

The Public Education and Outreach Program at Western University's Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration

11:15–11:45AM

PANEL: SCIENCE OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENT

Sara Mazrouei, Danny Bednar, Tanya Harrison, Parshati Patel

11:45AM–1:15PM LUNCH + Poster Session

[Catered lunch]

SESSION III - METEORITES 1:15

Levke Kööp, University of Chicago

1:30

Victoria Houde, University of Western Ontario

Using Meteorites to Trace the Evolution of the Early Solar System Quantifying Temperature in the Early Solar Nebula Using Cation Ordering of Spinel from Calcium-Aluminum-Rich Inclusions in Carbonaceous Chondrites

1:45

Rosalind M. Armytage, NASA Johnson Space Center

Probing Neodymium Isotopic Variations in the Inner Solar System

2:00

Laura Elise Jenkins, University of Western Ontario

Quantitative in situ XRD Measurement of Shock Metamorphism in Martian Meteorites Olivine: Lattice Strain and Strain-Related Mosaicity

2:15

Maggie McAdam, Northern Arizona University

Spectral Evidence for Amorphous Materials in Least-Processed Meteorites

2:30

Beth Lymer, York University

Laser-induced Fluorescence Spectroscopy as a Non-destructive Technique for Mineral and Organic Detection in Carbonaceous Chondrites

2:45–3:15PM

PANEL: LGBTQ+ ISSUES IN STEM

Tessa Fisher, Catheryn Ryan, Cailin Gallinger, Adeene Denton, Kathleen Vander Kaaden, Patrick Hill

SESSION IV - TERRESTRIAL PLANETS I 3:30

Catherine Neish, University of Western Ontario

Radar Remote Sensing of Planetary Surfaces

3:45

Elise Harrington, University of Western Ontario

Applied Spectroscopy and Polarimetric SAR for Remote Mapping of Diapiric and Non-diapiric Salt

4:00

Roberta Flemming, University of Western Ontario

A Decade of Microdiffraction Reconnaissance of Planetary Materials

4:15

Christy Caudill, University of Western Ontario

Degassing Pipes at the Ries Imapct Structure; Implications as an Analogue for Crater-Related Pitted Materials on Terrestrial Planets

4:30–5:00PM

PANEL: WOMEN OF COLOUR IN STEM

Sara Mazrouei, Bhairavi Shankar, Parshati Patel, Cecilia Leung, Serina Diniega

5:00–5:30PM

KEYNOTE: CHANTELLE DUBOIS, UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA + SPACE GENERATION ADVISORY COUNCIL

DAY 2 9:00 AM

Registration and coffee

9:30–10:00

KEYNOTE: KELLY SONNENBURG AND ERIN WENCKSTERN, THE WEATHER NETWORK

SESSION I - TERRESTRIAL PLANETS II 10:00

Kristen Bennett, Northern Arizona University

Martian Sedimentary Central Mounds as a Souce of Dark Toned Sand

10:15

Serina Diniega, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Martian Dune Gullies, Comparing Between the North and South

10:30

Adeene Denton, Brown University

Mapping the Fretted Terrain of North Arabia Terra, Mars: Results and Implications for the Evolution of the Dichotomy Boundary

10:45

Cassandra Marion, University of Western Ontario

A Crystalline Impact Melt in Drill Core, Haughton Impact Structure?

11–11:30AM

KEYNOTE: CECILIA LEUNG, UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

11:30AM–12:00PM PANEL: HARASSMENT IN STEM

Elise Harrington, Natalie Bendo, Cosette Gilmour

12:00–1PM

LUNCH

[Catered lunch]

1–1:30PM

KEYNOTE: CASSANDRA STEER, WOMEN IN INTERNATIONAL SECURITY CANADA (WIIS)

SESSION II - THE OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM AND BEYOND 1:30

Julie Rathbun, Planetary Science Institute

A Closer Look at Thermal Data From a Possible Plume Source North of Pwyll, Europa and Implications for Europa Clipper E-THEMIS Observations

1:45

Jennifer Hanley, Lowell Observatory

Liquid Stability of the Lakes on Titan

2:00

Camilla Harris, University of Michigan

Multi-fluid MHD Simulations of Europa’s Interaction with Jupiter’s Magnetosphere

2:15

Stephanie Hamilton, University of Michigan

Observational​ ​Bias​ ​of​ Large​ Semimajor​ ​Axis, ​Eccentric Trans-Neptunian​ Objects​ ​With​ ​the​ Dark​ Energy​ Survey

2:30

Sam Lawler, NRC-Herzberg

Does our Solar System Need Another Planet? Discoveries in the OSSOS Survey

2:45

Theresa "Tessa" Fisher, Arizona State University

The Topology of Atmospheric Chemical Reaction Networks as a Potential Biosignature for Exoplanets

3:00–3:30PM

PANEL: CAREER OPTIONS OUTSIDE OF ACADEMIA

Kristen Facciol, Tanya Harrison, Marianne Mader, Alexandria DeWolfe

3:30–4:00PM

CLOSING KEYNOTE: MARIANNE MADER, ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM

SCHEDULE 1-18-18.pdf

10:30 Bhairavi Shankar, B Spatial Engaging the Next Generation of Space Explorers and Educators Using a Collaborative Approach. 10:45 Melissa Battler, Mission Control Space Services Mission Control Academy: Converting Classrooms Into Rover Control Centres. 11:00 Parshati Patel, University of Western Ontario The ...

146KB Sizes 1 Downloads 137 Views

Recommend Documents

SCHEDULE
NATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION, 2015. SCHEDULE. IMPORTANT DATES FOR PARTICIPATING TEAMS. (The above dates are subject to change).

SCHEDULE FOR.pdf
Retrying... Download. Connect more apps... Try one of the apps below to open or edit this item. SCHEDULE FOR.pdf. SCHEDULE FOR.pdf. Open. Extract.

Schedule
R3 v R4. S1 v S2. S3 v S4. 1 Unknown. 17 Omega 3. 16:08. T1 v T2. T3 v T4. U1 v U2. U3 v U4. 2 Danger! High Voltage. 18 Superfly. 16:27. V1 v V2. V3 v V4. W1 v W2 W3 v W4. 3 Team Rehab. 19 Fling. 16:46. End of games. 4 Lemmings. 20 Jesters. 5 ExCalib

GENERAL FEE SCHEDULE 2016
of directors) For example, sports groups, arts organizations, and social service agencies usually have this status. Proof of status must be obtained prior to rental.

Maintenance Schedule - Honda
recommends that all maintenance ... is part of scheduled maintenance; it is not covered by the emissions warranty. ... All fluid levels and condition of fluids.

Schedule Letter.pdf
Page 1. Whoops! There was a problem loading more pages. Retrying... Schedule Letter.pdf. Schedule Letter.pdf. Open. Extract. Open with. Sign In. Main menu.

Daily Tournament Schedule - Foxwoods
(Three Day Event). $500,000 GUARANTEED. NOON EVENT #2. $300 7-CARD STUD. 6PM $230 NLH**. Survivor. Win $2,000 Cash. 8:30PM $100 NLH Bounty.

2017 schedule
Sep 2, 2017 - 11/04/17 at. Idaho State *. Pocatello, Idaho. TBA. 11/11/17 vs. Southern Utah *. Aggie Stadium. 4:00 pm PT. LIVE STATS. 11/18/17 at. Sacramento State *. Sacramento, Calif. TBA. Schedule Key. Page 1 of 1. 7/12/2017 http://www.cstv.com/pr

WA Schedule
Hazleton Fun Fest Parade-Hazleton, PA. Sep 12, 2011. 6PM-9PM. Practice (stadium). Sep 15, 2011. 6PM-9PM. Practice (practice field). Sep 16, 2011. 6PM. HOME GAME vs. Lake-Lehman (Alumni. Game). Sep 19, 2011. 6PM-9PM. Practice (stadium). Sep 22, 2011.

The Schedule
PM Block. 1:05-3:05. (Periods 9, 10, 11) or. 1 st Hour PM. (Period 9). 1:05-2:00. Break. PM BLOCK. (continued) or. 2 nd Hour PM. (Periods 10, 11). 2:10-3:05.

Shabbos Schedule -
Shlomo, the rabbinical courts of the time had to suspect that prospective converts sought to join the nation for reasons of personal expediency, rather than.

Production Schedule
Queen Mary's College BTEC Level 3 90 Credit Diploma in Creative Media Production. Production Schedule. Production Title: Aldworth School promotion. Production Company: Director: Date ... completed by the 7th. -Computer. 8th of. July-9th of. July. Fil