PERC Int'l Symposium on Dust & Parent Bodies 2022 (IDP2022)

OBJECTIVE:

To share state-of-the-art research on dust delivered to Earth and its parent bodies in a multidisciplinary approach of planetary science and astronomy in light of the DESTINY+ mission 

SPECIAL TOPICS:

  1. Impact phenomena

  2. Collisional outcomes

 

Scientific program

Monday, February 21, 2022 (Time Zone: Japan Standard Time, UTC+9)

[Chair: Hiroki Senshu]

9:20-9:25    Tomoko Arai

  1. Opening Remarks

9:25-9:30    Coffee Break

9:30-9:45    Tomoko Arai and DESTINY+ team

  1. Current status and science of DESTINY+

9:45-9:50    Coffee Break

9:50-10:30    Ronald Ballouz

  1. The strength of asteroid Bennu's surface from remote and in situ measurements (Invited Talk)

10:30-10:35    Coffee Break

[Chair: Koji Wada]

10:35-10:50    Ko Ishibashi, Peng Hong, Takaya Okamoto, Manabu Yamada, Osamu Okudaira, Yuta Suzaki, Tkahiro Ishimaru, Naoya Ozaki, Takayuki Hosonuma, Shunsuke Sato, Tomoko Arai, Fumi Yoshida, Masato Kagitani, Shingo Kameda, Takeshi Miyabara, Masayuki Ohta, and Takeshi Takashima

  1. Development status of DESTINY+ onboard cameras for flyby imaging of (3200) Phaethon

10:50-10:55    Coffee Break

10:55-11:10    Peng Hong, Ko Ishibashi, Yuta Suzaki, Takayuki Hosonuma, Manabu Yamada, Naoya Ozaki, Takeshi Miyabara, Masayuki Ohta, Shunsuke Sato, Masatsugu Otsuki, Hiroyuki Toyota, Kazutaka Nishiyama, Osamu Okudaira, and Takeshi Takashima

  1. Development of tracking mirror actuator for telescopic camera onboard DESTINY+

11:10-11:15    Coffee Break

11:15-11:30    Takayuki Hirai, Masanori Kobayashi, Tomoko Arai, Hiroshi Kimura, Hikaru Yabuta, Sui Amano, Sachio Kobayashi, Motoo Ito, Akira Yamaguchi, Sho Sasaki, Hajime Yano, Mario Trieloff, Thomas Ludwig, Winfried Schwarz, Jens Hopp, Jon Hillier, Nozair Khawaja, Frank Postberg, Lisa Eckart, Harald Krüger, Ralf Srama, Jonas Simolka, Carsten Henselowsky, and DESTINY+ team

  1. Development and ground calibration of DESTINY+ Dust Analyser: Status report in 2021-2022

11:30-11:35    Coffee Break

11:35-11:50    Junichiro Nakazawa, Shino Suzuki, and Hajime Yano

  1. A study on flyby collection and analytical methods for microparticles impacted at hyper-velocity

11:50-13:10    Lunch

[Chair: Tomoko Arai]

13:10-13:50    Masahiko Arakawa, Minami Yasui, Kei Shirai, Hatsune Okawa, and Yuya Yamamoto

  1. Laboratory studies on impact ejecta and crater formation process (Invited Talk)

13:50-13:55    Coffee Break

13:55-14:35    Shinsuke Abe

  1. Lunar impact flash as a meteoroid exploration (Invited Talk)

14:35-14:40    Coffee Break

[Chair: Peng Hong]

14:40-14:55    Thiem Hoang

  1. Effects of grain alignment on grain growth and structure of dust aggregates

14:55-15:00    Coffee Break

15:00-15:15    Noboru Ebizuka, and Yoshihiko Shigeno

  1. Arrival directions of meteoroids with hyperbolic orbits

15:15-15:20    Coffee Break

15:20-15:35    Tim Pearce

  1. Hot exozodis: how can we explain the phenomenon?

15:35-15:40    Coffee Break

15:40-15:55    Arthur Péronne, and Jean-Charles Augereau

  1. Electric charging of dust grains : application to hot exozodiacal dust disks

15:55-16:00    Coffee Break

[Chiar: Hiroshi Kimura]

16:00-16:15    Julien Milli, Francois Ménard, Elodie Choquet, Anny-Chantal Levasseur-Regourd, Jérémie Lasue, Jean-Baptiste Renard, and Jean-Charles Augereau

  1. The polarimetric properties of the HD181327 debris disc: analogy to solar system comets

16:15-16:20    Coffee Break

16:20-16:35    Anny-Chantal Levasseur-Regourd, E. Hadamcik, J. Lasue, J. Milli, and J.-B. Renard

  1. Dust particles of cometary origin in the Solar System and beyond, on-going studies and implications

16:35-16:40    Coffee Break

16:40-16:55    Lisa Maria Eckart, Jon Hillier, and Frank Postberg

  1. Linking asteroid parent bodies to meteorite classes by low-velocity spacecraft flyby dust detection

16:55-17:00    Coffee Break

17:00-17:40    Jürgen Blum, Dorothea Bischoff, and Bastian Gundlach

  1. Laboratory experiments and numerical studies to constrain planetesimal-formation and -evolution processes (Invited Talk)

17:40                 Adjourn


Tuesday, February 22, 2022 (Time Zone: Japan Standard Time, UTC+9)

[Chair: Takaya Okamoto]

9:50-10:30    William Bottke

  1. The formation and collisional evolution of Kuiper Belt Objects (Invited Talk)

10:30-10:35    Coffee Break

10:35-11:15     Seiji Sugita

  1. Impact-assisted planetary missions and future outlook (Invited Talk)

11:15 -11:20    Coffee Break

[Chair: Hiroshi Kimura]

11:20 -11:35    Hangbin Jo, and Masateru Ishiguro

  1. Numerical study of low-velocity dust ejection from Phaethon and its connection to the Geminid meteoroid stream

11:35 -11:40    Coffee Break

11:40 -11:55    Galina Ryabova

  1. On mean motion resonances in the Geminid meteoroid stream

11:55 -13:15    Lunch

[Chair: Ko Ishibashi]

13:15-13:30    Jooyeon Geem, Masateru Ishiguro, Jun Takahashi, Hiroshi Akitaya, Koji S. Kawabata, Tatsuya Nakaoka, Ryo Imazawa, Fumiki Mori, Daisuke Kuroda, Sunao Hasegawa, Fumi Yoshida, Ko Ishibashi, Tomoko Arai, Tomohiko Sekiguchi, Yuji Ikeda, Yoshiharu Shinnaka, Yoonsoo P. Bach, Sunho Jin, and Hangbin Jo

  1. Polarimetric Property of (3200) Phaethon in the Negative Branch

13:30-13:35    Coffee Break

13:35-13:50    Jin Beniyama, Tomohiko Sekiguchi, Daisuke Kuroda, Tomoko Arai, Ko Ishibashi, Masateru Ishiguro, Ryou Ohsawa, Takafumi Ootsubo, Shigeyuki Sako, Hiroki Senshu, Satoshi Takita, and Fumi Yoshida

  1. Multicolor simultaneous photometry of (3200) Phaethon with Seimei/TriCCS

13:50-13:55    Coffee Break

13:55-14:10    Evgenij Zubko, and Koji Wada

  1. Phase-function slope as a tool to enhance the DESTINY+ study of asteroid Phaethon

14:10-14:15    Coffee Break

14:15-14:30    Eduard Kuznetsov

  1. Probabilistic evolution of Phaethon cluster asteroids

14:30-14:35    Coffee Break

14:35-14:50    Eric MacLennan, Sean Marshall, and Mikael Granvik

  1. (3200) Phaethon's heterogeneous surface

14:50-14:55    Coffee Break

[Chair: Takayuki Hirai]

14:55-15:10    Harald Krüger, Peter Strub, and Eberhard Grün

  1. Ulysses spacecraft in situ detections of cometary dust trails

15:10-15:15    Coffee Break

15:15-15:30    Peter Strub, Harald Krüger, and Ralf Srama

  1. IMEM2 - dynamic model of the zodiacal dust cloud

15:30-15:35    Coffee Break

15:35-15:50    Minjae Kim, Thurid Mannel, Jeremie Lasue, Andrea Longobardo, Mark Bentley, and Richard Moissl

  1. Primitiveness of cometary dust collected by MIDAS on-board Rosetta

15:50-15:55    Coffee Break

15:55-16:10    Yanwei Li

  1. Impact fragmentation distribution of dust particles

16:10-16:15    Coffee Break

[Chair: Masanori Kobayashi]

16:15-16:30    Silvan Hunziker, G. Moragas-Klostermeyer, J. K. Hillier, H.-W. Hsu, L. A. Fielding, J. R. Lovett, S. P. Armes, A. Pommerol, R. Srama, D. Malaspina, I. Herrmann, K. Hornung, and V. J. Sterken

  1. High-velocity impacts of low density dust particles

16:30-16:35    Coffee Break

16:35-17:15    Mark J. Burchell and Penelope J. Wozniakiewicz

  1. Hypervelocity experiments with dust with the two stage light gas gun (Invited Talk)

17:15-17:20    Coffee Break

17:20-18:00    Simon Green, Ben Rozitis, Sam Jackson, and Allison Andrews

  1. Phase curves and activity searcheses (Invited Talk)

18:00                Adjourn