EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019
Centre International de Conférences de Genève (CICG) | Geneva | Switzerland
15–20 September 2019
Geneva | Switzerland
15–20 September 2019



This session aims at understanding deep interiors and atmospheres of solar system bodies and massive extra-solar planets, their associated internal processes and corresponding material behaviour at extreme pressures and temperatures. These will have important implications for structural models (e.g. location of layer boundaries), evolution scenarios (e.g. demixing phenomena, diffusion), and magnetic field generation (e.g. nonmetal-metal transitions). This session also bridges the geophysical knowledge of bodies in the Solar System to rocky exoplanets by considering the potentially observable signatures associated with geologically-active worlds. Potentially fruitful targets are molten or volcanically-active planets, where the atmosphere and interior are tightly coupled through the exchange of heat and mass.

The session will include solicited and contributed papers addressing observational, laboratory, and theoretical studies of matter under planetary interior conditions.

Included subtopics are:
(1) Ab initio simulations and laboratory studies for matter under extreme conditions
(2) Interior structure, composition, and evolution
(3) Equation of state, melting, and phase transformation at extreme states
(4) Volcanism and magma ocean modeling
(5) Novel observational signatures of active worlds

Co-organized as TP10/OPS14
Convener: Frank Sohl | Co-conveners: Karen Appel, Dan J. Bower, Caroline Dorn, Martin French, Helene Massol, Nadine Nettelmann, Lena Noack, Apurva V. Oza, Gerd Steinle-Neumann
| Thu, 19 Sep, 13:30–17:00
Earth (Room 5), Fri, 20 Sep, 08:30–10:00
Earth (Room 5)
| Attendance Thu, 19 Sep, 17:15–18:45 | Display Wed, 18 Sep, 14:00–Fri, 20 Sep, 17:30|Level 2
Display time: Wednesday, 18 September 2019 14:00–Friday, 20 September 17:30

Attendance time: Thursday, 19 September 2019, 17:15–18:45 | Level 2

Chairperson: A.Oza, F. Sohl
L2.73 |
Magnetic and electronic properties of elemental Fe under multi-megabar pressures studied by synchrotron Mössbauer spectroscopy
Igor Lyubutin, Alexander Gavriliuk, Ivan Trojan, Sergey Aksenov, Olaf Leupold, Ilya Sergeev, Hans Wille, Anna Mironovich, and Viktor Struzhkin
L2.74 |
Martin French and Nadine Nettelmann
L2.75 |
Dan J. Bower, Daniel Kitzmann, Aaron S. Wolf, Patrick Sanan, Caroline Dorn, and Apurva V. Oza
L2.76 |
Synthesis and Compression study of orthorhombic Fe7(C, Si)3: A possible constituent of the Earth’s core
Pinku Saha
L2.77 |
Apurva Oza, Dan.J Bower, Brice-Olivier Demory, Diana Gamborino, Noah Jaggi, and Caroline Dorn
L2.78 |
Tobias Meier, Dan J. Bower, Tim Lichtenberg, Mark Hammond, and Paul J. Tackley
L2.79 |
Neha Bura, Jasveer Singh, Deepa Yadav, Ankit Bhoriya, and Nita Dilawar Sharma
L2.80 |
Gerd Steinle-Neumann and Fabian Wagle
L2.81 |
Roxanne Ligi, Caroline Dorn, and Aurélien Crida
L2.82 |
Ludwig Scheibe, Nadine Nettelmann, and Ronald Redmer
L2.83 |
Lena Noack, Gianluigi Ortenzi, Claire Guimond, Caroline Dorn, and Frank Sohl
L2.84 |
Irene Bonati, Tim Lichtenberg, Dan Bower, Miles Timpe, and Sascha Quanz