Monday, May 15, 2017, Tokyo, Japan
The first day of the PDC was marked with speeches about Key International and Political Developments (Session 1) and Advancements and Progress in NEO Discovery (Session 2).
In the first session, Dr. Line Drube from DLR and NEOShield-2 gave a speech about SMPAG Working Group on Legal Issues in Planetary Defense.
Prof. Alan Harris also from DLR and NEOShield-2, gave a speech about NEA Population and Current Survey Status on the second session.
The hypothetical NEO/Earth impact event scenario was also introduced today, you can check the guidelines here.
What to expect on Day 2:
Speeches about NEO Characterization Results (Session 3) and Deflection and Disruption Models & Testing (Session 4).
09:00 a.m. (local time): The Italian contribution to the NEOShield-2 EU project: Results of the first year of activity by Simone Ieva, INAF
11:15 a.m. (local time): Relevance of Thermal Inertia to Planetary Defense by Alan Harris, DLR
12:15 a.m. (local time): The ESA SSA-NEO System evolution by Ettore Perozzi, Elecnor Deimos
NEOShield-2 European Project: Compositional Characterization of Small NEOs by Maria Antonietta Barucci, Observatoire de Paris
Measuring Ejecta Characteristics and Momentum Transfer in Experimental Simulation of Kinetic Impact, by Martin Schimmerohn, Fraunhofer EMI
Check the full list of the NEOShield-2 participation here.
Check the whole PDC program here.
You can stream live or check later all the speeches here.