2017 Planetary Protection of Outer Solar System (PPOSS) tutorial, May 11-12 2017/ Tokyo, Japan
The PPOSS project (Planetary Protection of Outer Solar System bodies) is a project supported by the European Commission Horizon 2020 programme for research and technology development. PPOSS addresses the issues of planetary protection dissemination of knowledge and of strategic scientific foresight for outer solar system exploration.
In 2017-2018 PPOSS – COSPAR is organizing international seminars/tutorials intended to present planetary protection framework, policy and practices to partner organisations outside the European Union.
In this context, PPOSS – COSPAR and JAXA-ISAS will collaborate on the organisation of a planetary protection tutorial in ISAS-JAXA facilities (Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan) on 11 and 12 May 2017 (two full days).
Main Objective and attendance
The main objective of the PPOSS seminar is to provide basic tutorial about basics of planetary protection for novices/beginners. The seminar will be structured around general introduction, policy framework and cases studies attached to the different planetary protection categories recognized in the COSPAR policy. The seminar will be held in English. Expected size of the tutorial is around 50.
Potential participants are:
Please fill the form below to register.
For more information, feel free to contact Ms. Alissa Haddaji, PPOSS Seminars coordinator at email@example.com
1. PPOSS Project (N. Walter)
2. PPOSS Planetary Protection Basics (G. Kminek)
3-PPOSS Basics of Microbiology (P. Rettberg)
4. PPOSS Bioburden Assay Sterilization (A. Spry)
5. Orbital Dynamics (T. Chujo)
6. PPOSS JAXA PP Management (J. Haruyama)
7. PPOSS PP at ESA (G. Kminek)
8. PPOSS PP Organization at NASA (A. Spry)
9. Do’s and Don’ts in Planetary Protection (A. Haddaji)
10. PPOSS COSPAR Planetary Protection Panel (G. Kminek)
11.PPOSS Case study category II (G. Kminek)
12. PPOSS Case study category III (G. Kminek)
13. PPOSS Case study category IVa (A. Spry)
14. PPOSS Case Study category V (H. Yano)
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