PSIDA 2022 Conference Programme

 

Please note that all times are in CEST Madrid (UTC+2).

 

 

tuesday               Wednesday                Thursday                posters

 

tuesday, 21st June

Time Duration Talk ID Author Affiliation Title
Session S01 ‐ Chairperson: Kiri Wagstaff
09:30 00:15   Christophe Arviset ESA Welcome and Logistics
09:45 00:30

M01

Caitriona Jackman (Invited speaker) Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies Tools for supervised machine learning in Planetary Space Plasma Physics
10:15 00:20 M02 Kristin Rammelkamp German Aerospace Center (DLR) Tensor component analysis for the investigation of depth trends in ChemCam LIBS data from Gale crater, Mars

10:35

00:20 M03 Ashish Mahabal California Institute of Technology Planetary Protection: Identifying Microbes with potential for Contamination using Data Science
10:55 00:20 M04 Igor Drozdovskiy ESA/EAC Identifying Planetary Rocks and Minerals by Combining a Custom Mineralogical Database with Deep Learning Based Multi-Spectral Unmixing
11:15 00:20 M05 Yuliya Marchetti Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology In-situ Science Data Analysis and Curation for the Europa Lander Autonomous Mission Prototype
11:35 00:30 Coffee break
Session S02 ‐ Chairperson: Ashish Mahabal
12:05 00:20 M06 Mohamad Ali-Dib CAP3/NYUAD Automatic boulders identification on 67P/C-G with machine learning
12:25 00:20 M07 Andrew Macdonald Mission Control A Deep Learning Framework for Planetary Exploration Data and Model Management
12:45 00:20 M09 Kiri Wagstaff Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology The PDS Discipline Namespace for Machine Learning Products
13:05 01:50 Lunch      
Session S03 ‐ Chairperson: Dan Crichton
14:55 00:20 M10 John Steven Hughes NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory The PDS4 Information Model Knowledge Graph
15:15 00:20 M11 Trent Hare Astrogeology Science Center, United States Geological Survey Life Cycle of a Planetary Body Definition for Scientific Analysis
15:35 00:20 M12 Stephane Erard LESIA / Observatoire de Paris Publising Planetary Data in the Virtual Observatory: VESPA (Virtual European Solar & Planetary Access)
15:55 00:20 M13 Vicente Navarro ESA ESA Datalabs: Expanding Space Archives with Innovative Analysis and Collaboration Capabilities
16:15 00:30 Coffee break
Posters Session S04 ‐ Chairperson: Christophe Arviset
16:45 00:45 M14     Posters brief presentation (1 slide, 2 minutes each)
17:30 1:30 M15     Welcome Reception and Posters viewing session
19:00 Adjourn  

 

Wednesday, 22nd June

Time Duration Talk ID Author Affiliation Title
Session S05 ‐ Chairperson: Tom Stein
09:30 00:30 X01

Mark Bentley (Invited speaker)

ESA ESA's Planetary Science Archive: from data preservation to data exploitation
10:00 00:20 X02 Ajay Kumar Prashar ISRO PDS4 Data Archive for CHANDRAYAAN-2 Mission Payloads (TMC2, OHRC and IIRS)
10:20 00:20 X03 Jordan Padams Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology NASA Planetary Data System Search API
10:40 00:20 X04 Alfredo Escalante Lopez Rhea Group for European Space Agency An update on SPICE for ESA Missions
11:00 00:50 Coffee break
Session S06 ‐ Chairperson: Tom Stein
11:50 00:20 X06 Omran Alhammadi Senior Manager - Science Data Fully automated cloud based science data center for Emirates Mars Mission
12:10 00:20 X07 Erick Malaret Applied Coherent Technology Corp.  (ACT) Using Lunar QuickMAP for Synthetic Lunar Image Modelling
12:30 00:20 X08 Nick Cox ACRI-ST EXPLORE - Innovative Scientific Data Exploration and Exploitation Applications for Space Sciences - The lunar case
12:50 00:20 X09 Emily Law NASA JPL NASA Moon Trek's New Visualization and Analysis Tools
13:10 00:20 X10 Benoit Seignovert LPG - Nantes Universite / CNRS The moon-coverage: a Python tool for mission and instrument planning
13:30 01:30 Lunch      
Session S07 ‐ Chairperson: Kiri Wagstaff
15:00 00:20 X11 Gary Doran Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Building Machine-Learning-Ready Data Sets for Martian Frost Detection
15:20 00:20 X12 Sandor Kruk Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics Hubble Asteroid Hunter part 1: Using deep learning and crowdsourcing to survey asteroid trails in ESA's Hubble data archive
15:40 00:20 X13 Steven Lu Jet Propulsion Laboratory Deep Ensemble MERNet: Recent Advances for the Content-Based Classification of MER Pancam Images
16:00 00:20 X14 Francisco Holguin University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Uncertainty Quantification of ChemCam Data with Bootstrap and Monte-Carlo Dropout
16:20 00:30 Coffee break
16:50 00:30 X15 Moses Milazzo (Invited speaker) NASA / University of Arizona A Brief Overview of NASA's Newly-Instituted Planetary Data Ecosystem
17:20 00:30 X16     Discussion
17:50 00:10       Group picture
18:00 Adjourn        

 

Thursday, 23rd June

Time Duration Talk ID Author Affiliation Title
Session S08 ‐ Chairperson: Mark Bentley
09:30 00:20 J01 Elliot Sefton-Nash ESA Using Multi Mission GIS (MMGIS) for the EXOMARS Rover Mission
09:50 00:20 J02 Matthieu Volat CNRS/Observatoire de Lyon MarsSI :  Evolution of the Martian surface data infrastructure
10:10 00:20 J03 Thomas Stein PDS Geosciences Node, Washington University in St. Louis Data Visualization with the PDS Analyst's Notebook Image Viewer
10:30 00:20 J04 Sara Vannah Dartmouth College Comparing the Evolution of Earth-like Exoplanets Orbiting FGKM Stars: An Information Theory Approach
10:50 00:20 J05 Bjorn Grieger Aurora Technology B.V. for ESA An unambiguous global map projection for the Kuiper belt object Arrokoth by fitting a Quincuncial Adaptive Closed Kohonen (QuACK) map
11:10 00:30 Coffee break
Session S09 ‐ Chairperson: Christophe Arviset
11:40 00:20 J06 Chase Million Million Concepts Fast, reproducible, and extensible: new software tools for planetary science data access and analysis
12:00 00:20 J07 Ines Torres ESA Characterization and age estimation of basaltic flows on the Apollo Basin (Moon) by generating composite images and using the crater counting method.
12:20 00:20 J08 Leonardo Turchi Spaceclick S.r.l. for ESA European Astronaut Centre The electronic fieldbook tool suite: Science and decision support tools for structure information collection and distribution during astronaut training and human planetary exploration.
12:40 00:20 J09 Ruben Docasal Aurora Technology B.V. for ESA ESA's Planetary Science Archive: present and future
13:00 00:20 J10 Kevin Grimes Jet Propulsion Laboratory Searching the Stars with ATLAS IV
13:20 01:30 Lunch
Session S10 ‐ Chairperson: Baptiste Cecconi
14:50 00:20 J11 Juan David Figueroa Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University Maintaining Microservices: Applications for the Astromaterials Data System
15:10 00:20 J12 Edward Guinness Washington University in St. Louis Updating MAGELLAN Venus Data to PDS4 Archiving Standards
15:30 00:20 J13 Josh Steele Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory The Small Body Mapping Tool (SBMT) For Accessing, Visualizing, and Analyzing Spacecraft Data in Three Dimensions: 2022 Update
15:50 00:20 J14 Peng Ji Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University The Astromat Synthesis: a data pipeline to generate analysis ready data following FAIR principles
16:10 00:10 J15 Christophe Arviset ESA Concluding remarks
16:20 End of Conference

 

posters

Poster ID Author Affiliation Title
P01 Ji-Hye Baek Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute Design of Planetary Data Archive
P02 Alyssa Bailey Arizona State University  The NASA Mars 2020 Mission Perseverance Rover MASTCAM-Z SCI Calibrated Data Archive
P03 Tanya Lim Telespazio UL Limited for ESA ExoMars TGO Data in the PSA: The First Four Years
P04 Timothy McClanahan NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Increasing the Discoverability of Planetary Data System (PDS) Archives Across the Planetary Data Ecosystem
P05 In Sook Moon UCLA Making the PDS Planetary Plasma Interactions (PPI) Node Data Accessible via the EPN-TAP Protocol, HAPI Server, and PDS API
P06 Carlos H. Brandt Jacobs University Bremen Software Infrastructure on the publishing of planetary geo-morphological maps
P07 Jordan Padams Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Becoming A More FAIR NASA Planetary Data System
P08 Joseph Mafi UCLA/EPSS Enhanced Plasma and Charged Particle Data Support in NASA's Planetary Data System
P09 K.-Michael Aye Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado Boulder Status of Cassini UVIS Major Data Product Upgrade
P10 Giacomo Nodjoumi Jacobs University Bremen Open-Source Planetary Data Processing Environments based on JupyterHub and Docker Containers
P11 Pablo Garcia Martin Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Hubble Asteroid Hunter part 2 - Analysing asteroid trails in Hubble Space Telescope images
P13 Ian Stiehl Dartmouth College Searching for Biosignatures in Exoplanet Atmospheres: An Information Theory Approach
P14 Alexander von Canal Deutsches Zentrum fur Luft- und Raumfahrt Investigation of neural network architectures for stepwise classification of multi-attribute LIBS spectra under Martian conditions
P15 Brent Archinal U. S. Geological Survey Lunar Reference Frame - Status and Possible Updates