Session 1:  Introduction, Overview
09:00   Welcome  (M. Küppers, ESA/ESAC)             
09:10   Opening Speech (G. Saccoccia, President of ASI)
09:20   Videomessage from G. Hasinger, ESA Director of Science
09:30   DART mission status   (C. Reed,  APL)
09:45   DART objectives and measurements overview (N. Chabot, APL)
10:00   LICIAcube mission status (S. Pirrotta, ASI)
10:20    Hera mission status  (M. Küppers (ESA/ESAC), P. Martino (ESA/ESTEC))
10:35   Hera asteroid deflection and science objectives (P. Michel, Côte d'Azur Observatory)
10:50    Coffee break         
11:20    Juventas cubesat     (H. Goldberg (GomSpace), O. Karatekin (Royal Obs. of Belgium))
11:35    APEX cubesat   (T. Kohout, Univ. of Helsinki)      
11:50    PALT laser altimeter (P. Gordo, Univ. Lisboa and ARMiLAR)
12:05    TIRI (T. Okada (JAXA) , T. Fukuhara (Rikkyo Univ., Tokyo)                
12:20   TIRA (O. Karatekin, Royal Obs. of Belgium)
12:35    AFC (C. Güttler, MPI for Solar System Research)          
12:50   Visit to Sta. Maria degli Angeli (Prof. C. Sigismondi, Group 1)
13:15   Lunch break
14:15   Visit of the Terme 
14:45   Didymos Gravity Science through Ground-based and Satellite-to-Satellite Doppler Tracking (P. Tortora, Univ. of Bologna)
Session 2: Cubesat instrumentation and Optional Hera instrumentation
15:00   MICROREFLECTORS FOR HERA MISSION (M. Muccino, INFN - Frascati National Lab.)
15:15   The Low Frequency Radar for Juventas (A. Herique, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes)
15:30   Gravimeter onboard Juventas for Hera mission (M. Noeker, Royal Obs. of Belgium )
15:45   Coffee break
Session 3: Impact modelling
16:15   AIDA WG1 status report (A. Stickle (APL), M. Jutzi (Univ. Bern))
16:45   Numerical simulations of the DART impact (S. Raducan, Imperial College London)
17:00   Recent modeling efforts for the DART impact at LLNL (C. Raskin, Lawrence Livermore Nat. Lab.)
17:15   Hayabusa SCI crater (P. Abell, NASA Johnson Space Center)
17:30   Increasing asteroid impact deflection having into account precisely measured mechanical properties of Itokawa regolith (J.-M. Trigo-Rodríguez, Institute of Space Sciences (CSIC/IEEC))
17:45   Hypervelocity impact studies at CEA/CESTA (D. Hebert, CEA/CESTA)
18:00   Recent developments in modeling the impact cratering process of a porous graphite (B. Jodar, CEA-CESTA)
18:15   Effect of DART impact on Didymos-B internal structure: first results (A. Campo-Bagatin, Universidad de Alicante)
18:30   Experiments on propagation of impact induced seismic waves into an agglomerated asteroid (G. Tancredi, Departamento de Astronomia - UdelaR - Uruguay)
18:45   Discussion
19:00   Adjourn
Session 4: Groundbased Observations and Didymos reference model update
09:00   AIDA WG2 status report (C. Thomas (Northern Arizona University), B. Carry (Côte d'Azur Observatory))
09:30   Optical Spectroscopy of Didymos during the 2019 Apparition (A. Fitzsimmons, Queen's Univ. Belfast)
09:45   The NEA observational program at the IAC: opportunities in support of Hera (J. Licandro, Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias)
10:00   Plans for Didymos observations in support of the AIDA-DART mission (A. Rivkin, APL)
10:15   Coffee break
10:45   The potential use of 6ROADS optical network in observational campaign (M. Zolnowski, 6ROADS SP Z O. O.)
11:00   Status of the NEO activities at ESRIN (J.-L. Cano, ESA/ESRIN)
11:15   Discussion: Reduction needs for existing observations, future plans, timeline for update of Didymos Reference model
Session 5: Dynamics and Ejecta modelling
12:15   AIDA WG 3 status report (A. Campo-Bagatin (Universidad de Alicante), K. Tsiganis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), ?)
12:45   Visit to Sta. Maria degli Angeli (Prof. C. Sigismondi, Group 2)
13:15   Lunch break
14:15   DART WG 5 report (A. Cheng, APL)
14:45   Sensitivity of Spacecraft Trajectories to Mass Parameters in the Restricted Full Three Body Problem: Applications to 65803 Didymos (A. Davis, University of Colorado, Boulder)
15:00   Effect of albedo and disc on the zero velocity curves, equilibrium points and their linear stability in restricted three body problem (S. Yousuf, Central University of Rajasthan)
15:15   N-body simulations of rubble-pile asteroid dynamics using non-spherical particles (F. Ferrari, Politecnico di Milano)
15:30   Coffee break
16:00   Modelling Dust Dynamics of the Plume Evolution in support of LICIACube scientific objectives (S. Ivanovski, INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste)
16:15   ejecta dynamics modelling for hypervelocity impacts (G. Zanotti, Politecnico di Milano))
16:30   Evaluating DART's efficiency using HERA observations of Didymos' post-impact dynamics (K. Tsiganis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
16:45   Discussion
17:00   Adjourn; Opportunity of extended visit of Meridian line (Prof. C. Sigismondi)
19:30   Team Dinner
Session 6: Operations and Data Analysis
09:00   Hera WG 4 Summary (O. Karatekin, Royal Obs. of Belgium)
09:15   DART WG 4 Summary (O. Barnouin, APL)
09:30   Hera WG 5 Summary/Concept (?)
09:50   Keynote: JAXA's sample-return mission to Ryugu: Hayabusa2 mission operations (S. Soldini, Univ. of Liverpool)
10:10   Interpreting accelerometer data during CubeSat landing (N. Murdoch, ISAE-SUPAERO)
10:25   Coffee break
10:55   AFC is Ready for Hera: Design and Performance (C. Tubiana, MPI for Solar System Research)
11:10   HERA close proximity trajectories and constraints (A. Pellacani, GMV)
11:25   Planning and Operation of Hera/AFC (J. Deller, MPI for Solar System Research)
11:40   HERA Approach and Arrival at Didymos: Mission Design and Timeline (T. Hormigo, Spin.Works S.A.)
11:55   Centralized relative navigation for small sat (M. Lavagna, Politecnico di Milano)
12:10   Mission Analysis and flight dynamics tuning for LICIACube science effectiveness (M. Lavagna, Politecnico di Milano)
12:25   Orbit Determination of LICIACube: expected performance (M. Zannoni, Univ. of Bologna)
12:40   Keynote Speech (F. Ongaro, ESA Director of Technology, Engineering, and Quality)
12:50   Visit to Sta. Maria degli Angeli (Prof. C. Sigismondi, Group 3)
13:15   Lunch break
Session 7: Team organization, Discussion and wrap-up
14:15   European Commission H2020 Programs relevant for AIDA (P. Michel (Côte d'Azur Observatory), E. Dotto (Obs. Ast. Roma, INAF) TBC)
14:35   Discussion of operations plan and foreseen data analysis: next steps
15:15   Coffee break
15:45   Discussion of critical items that came up during the workshop
16:10   Next steps, and next AIDA meeting
16:20   Closing remarks
16:30   Adjourn