Hayabusa 2014: Second Symposium of Solar System Materials December 4-5, 2014
We announce the second circular of Hayabusa 2014:
2nd Symposium of Solar System Materials” hosted by JAXA, as the one held in last Oct.
Now we start to call for abstract from 31 July to 30 September, 2014.
As detailed in the following, this symposium will cover a wide range of scientific fields related to asteroids, however, we will especially focus on spectroscopy of asteroids in this year.
From this year, we arrange a date of our symposium with that of Antarctic Meteorite session of Polar Science Symposium held in NIPR, Tokyo, Japan, to be held just after the session.
We prepare a travel grant for graduate students and postdoctors, so that young scientists are welcome to present their research works.
Date: 4-5 Dec. 2014
Venue: Conference hall in 2F of the building A, Sagamihara campus of JAXA, 3-1-1 Yoshonodai, Chuo, Sagamihara, Kanagawa 252-5210, JAPAN.
Registration fee: free (reception fee is not included)
~ Results from Hayabusa sample analysis
~ New insights from solar system material analysis
~ Spectroscopy and planetary surface processes
~ Perspectives of solar system evolution by theoretical, observational and experimental studies
~ Technique and methodology of sample analysis
~ Other related studies
Abstract submission due ~ 30 Sep. 2014
Meeting period ~ 4-5 Dec. 2014
Proceedings due ~ 28 Feb. 2015
Masaki Fujimoto (ISAS/JAXA, chair)
Richard P. Binzel (MIT)
Harold C. Connolly Jr. (CUNY)
Hideyasu Kojima (NIPR)
Hideaki Miyamoto (Univ. Tokyo)
Staff of the Extraterrestrial Sample Curation Team
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LOC of Hayabusa 2014 Symposium