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 welcomes abstracts addressing all aspects of ice-giants systems including the internal structure of the ice giants, the composition, structure, and processes of and within ice-giant atmospheres, ice-giant magnetospheres, satellites, and rings, and the relationship to exoplanetary systems. The session will comprise a
combination of solicited and contributed oral and poster presentations on new, continuing, and future studies of the ice-giant systems and the connection of the ice giants to our current understanding of exoplanetary systems.
We welcome papers that
• Address the current understanding of ice-giant systems, including atmospheres, interiors, magnetospheres, rings, and satellites including Triton;
• Advance our understanding of the ice-giant systems in preparation for future exploration, both remote sensing and in situ;
• Discuss what the ice giants can tell us about solar system formation and evolution leading to a better understanding of the current structure of the solar system and its habitable zone;
• Address outstanding science questions requiring future investigations including from spacecraft, remote sensing, theoretical, and laboratory work necessary to improve our knowledge of the ice giants and their relationship to the gas giants and the solar system;
• Present concepts for missions, instruments, and investigations to make appropriate and useful measurements.

Convener: David H. Atkinson | Co-conveners: Sushil K. Atreya, Thibault Cavalié, Leigh Fletcher, Mark Hofstadter, Olivier Mousis, Carol Paty, Elizabeth Turtle
| Mon, 16 Sep, 08:30–10:00, 13:30–15:00
Venus (Room 6)
| Attendance Tue, 17 Sep, 17:15–18:45 | Display Mon, 16 Sep, 08:30–Wed, 18 Sep, 11:00|Level 2
Display time: Monday, 16 September 2019 08:30–Wednesday, 18 September 11:00

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

L2.1 |
Francesca Ferri, Giacomo Colombatti, Alessio Aboudan, Carlo Bettanini, Stefano Debei, Ari Matti Harri, Jean Pierre Lebreton, Alice LeGall, Athena Coustenis, and Karen Aplin
L2.3 |
Nathan Hadland, Ramanakumar Sankar, Chloe Klare, Csaba Palotai, Kevin Farmer, and Raymond Lebeau
L2.5 |
Laurence M. Trafton and Henrik Melin
L2.6 |
Andrea Zorzi, Edward Molter, and Imke de Pater
L2.7 |
The exploration of Neptune: a noble gas and volatile perspective
Thomas Smith and Huaiyu He
L2.8 |
Raphael Moreno, Emmanuel Lellouch, Thibault Cavalie, and Arielle Moullet
L2.9 |
Spatial structure in Neptune’s stratospheric CH4 emission, as observed by VLT-VISIR
James Sinclair, Glenn Orton, Leigh Fletcher, Michael Roman, Imke de Pater, Therese Encrenaz, Heidi Hammel, Thangasamy Velusamy, Mark Hofstadter, Patrick Irwin, Thomas Momary, Naomi Rowe-Gurney, Rohini Giles, and Fachreddin Tabataba-Vakili
L2.10 |
Joshua Tollefson, Imke de Pater, Bob Sault, Bryan Butler, Statia Luszcz-Cook, and David DeBoer
L2.11 |
Intermediate and high phase angle observations of Uranus and Neptune
Daniel Wenkert, Walter Bunch, and Robert Deen
L2.12 |
3-D Global Cloud-Resolving Model with Horizontally Explicit and Vertically Implicit Time Integration Scheme: Application to Ice Giants
Huazhi Ge, Cheng Li, Xi Zhang, and Dongwook Lee
L2.13 |
Erin Leonard and Alex Patthoff
L2.14 |
Nadine Nettelmann
L2.15 |
Tanguy Bertrand, François Forget, Bruno Sicardy, Joana Marques Oliveira, Frédéric Merlin, and Emmanuel Lellouch