Monday, October 9, 2017
8:40 am

Short Course: Accessing the Subsurface Oceans of Icy Worlds

8:15 A.M. Coffee

8:45 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. Short Course (informal lunch provided for all attendees)

Salvatori Seminar Room, South Mudd Building (third floor)
California Institute of Technology

Speakers:

Earth-Europa-Enceladus: Ocean/Rock Interactions and Prospects for Life

Dr. Christophe Sotin, JPL/Caltech

Structure and Thickness of Europa's Ice Shell: What We Think We Know and What We Hope to Learn from the Europa Clipper

Dr. Louise Prockter, Lunar and Planetary Institute

Challenges in Designing a Mission that Travels through Europa's Crust: Deployment, Operations, Communication

Dr. Tom Cwik, JPL/Caltech

Lessons Learned from Drilling through the Antarctic Ice Sheet: The WISSARD and SALSA Subglacial Lake Projects

Dr. John Priscu (Montana State University) and Dennis Duling (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

 

All interested researchers and students are invited to attend. No registration is required for the short course. Seating is limited and is available on a first come, first served basis.

For more information and directions to parking near the lecture location, please see:
http://kiss.caltech.edu/short_courses/oceanworlds.html

Contact Michele Judd mjudd@kiss.caltech.edu at 626-395-6630
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