Poster Session

Last Name First Name Affiliation Country Session Abstract Title
Allwood Abigail Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology USA Session 4 MicroXRF spatially resolved elemental chemistry for in situ exploration of rocky bodies
Bhartia Rohit Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology USA Session 4 Low Cost, In-Situ Organic and Chemical Analysis of Planetary Surfaces
Chaudhary Ashish SRI International USA Session 4 Micromachined Mass Spectrometer for Low-cost Space Missions
Currie Douglas University of Maryland, College Park USA Session 4 EXPECTED PERFORMANCE, DEPLOYMENT PROCEDURES AND CURRENT STATUS OF THE LUNAR LASER RANGING RETROREFLECTOR FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Helbert Jorn German Aerospace Center (DLR) Germany Session 4 Miniaturized Asteroid Infrared imager and Radiometer (MAIR)
Hodyss Robert Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology USA Session 4 Fiber Optic Probes for Chemical Characterization of Titan’s Lakes
Johnson Paul Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology USA Session 4 Mars Atmospheric Pressure Ionization (MAPI): Sampling with reduced complexity and cost.
Li Xiang University of Maryland, Baltimore County USA Session 4 In Situ Analysis of Mars Analog Samples by the MOMA Linear Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer
Raymond Carol Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology USA Session 4 Compact Vector Helium Magnetometer for INSPIRE CubeSat mission
Wang Alian Washington University in St. Louis USA Session 4 WIR, a Near IR Reflectance Spectrometer for in situ Identification of Hydrous salts, Other H2O/OH-bearing Species, and Biomarkers During Planetary Surface Explorations
Zacny Kris Honeybee Robotics USA Session 4 Mobile In Situ Water Extraction System for Asteroids and Comets
Ambrosi Richard University of Leicester UK Session 5 Small Scale Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator and Heater Units Based on Americium-241
Bills Bruce Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology USA Session 5 Callisto Geophysics Orbiter: Testing accretion and differentiation scenarios of icy satellites
Elsperman Michael The Boeing Company USA Session 5 Trojan Tour Enabled by Solar Electric Propulsion
Frazier William Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. USA Session 5 Surface Pods for Low-Cost Geophysical Measurements
Klaus Kurt The Boeing Company USA Session 5 Low Cost Solar Electric Mars Mission
Mal Arindam Lab. For Electro-Optics Systems, Indian Space Research Organisation India Session 5 VISION BASED NAVIGATION FOR SAFE LANDING IN INTERPLANETARY MISSIONS
Nesnas Issa Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology USA Session 5 Affordable Surface Mobility for Microgravity Bodies  Using Hopping/Tumbling Robots
Pencil Eric NASA Glenn Research Center
 USA Session 5 NASA's In-Space Propulsion Technology Program Applicability to Low-Cost Planetary Missions
Ridenoure Rex IZUP LLC USA Session 5 Commercial and Private Deep-Space Mission Concepts: 1970 to 2013
Surovik David University of Colorado at Boulder USA Session 5 Autonomous Trajectory Planning at Small Bodies