13-15 DECEMBER 2017, ESTEC, NETHERLANDS

 

This 2.5 day workshop will include a mixture of presentations about:

- the promise of JWST for solar system science,

- specifics on observer planning tools and observatory capabilities,

- hands-on training and Q&A with the planning tools.

Observations of solar system targets approved for guaranteed-time observers (GTOs) and through the Early Release Science (ERS) program will be summarized. The workshop is timed to support JWST Cycle 1 General Observations (GO) proposals, which are expected to be due in March 2018.

- Release of Call for Cycle 1 GO proposals: November 30, 2017

- Cycle 1 GO proposal deadline: March 2, 2018

 

There will be no registration fee   -   Attendance is limited to 60 people

Registration deadline: November 1, 2017

Abstract deadline: November 1, 2017

 

INVITED SPEAKERS

 

Dominique BOCKELEE MORVAN   -   LESIA, France   -   Comets

Leigh FLETCHER   -   University of Leicester, UK   -   Giant planets

Sonia FORNASIER   -   LESIA, France   -   Asteroids, Trojans, TNOs

Bruno SICARDY   -   LESIA, France   -   Rings

Giovanni STRAZZULLA   -   INAF, Italy   -   Laboratory experiments

Nicholas TEANBY   -   University of Bristol, UK   -   Titan

Gabriel TOBIE   -   LPG Nantes, France   -   Icy satellites

 

Science organizing committee

 

Nancy CHANOVER   -   New Mexico State University, USA

Pierre FERRUIT   -   ESA/ESTEC, Netherlands

Aurélie GUILBERT-LEPOUTRE   -   UTINAM, France

Emmanuel LELLOUCH   -   LESIA, France

Stefanie MILAM   -   Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

Migo MUELLER   -   SRON, Netherlands

Sébastien RODRIGUEZ   -   CEA, France

Mark SHOWALTER   -   SETI Institute, USA

John STANSBERRY   -   Space Telescope Science Institute, USA