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TIPCEEE
The Impact of Impacts

Sept/Oct 2024 - exact date TBA.

TIPCEEE (Topics in Prebiotic Chemistry and Early Earth Environments), a half-day workshop to focus on frequent, heavily science-oriented topics providing an opportunity to discuss provocative scientific topics in detail. The first workshop will explore  “The Impact of Impacts”

The Impact of Impacts

Pre-recorded Talks

WHAT'S HEADED TOWARDS THE EARTH?

#1 Primitive mineralogy of comets and asteroids

Katherine Birmingham, Rutgers

#2 Delivery of light elements and volatiles

Raj Dasgupta, Rice University

#3 Delivery of organics

Jamie Elsila, NASA Goddard

#4 The role of phosphorous and trace metals in prebiotic chemistry

Matt Pasek, University of South Florida

EARTH PRIOR TO IMPACT

#5 Earth prior to impact

Jesse Reimink,  Penn State University

WHAT HAPPENS AT THE POINT OF IMPACT?

#6 Fate of impactor materials

Robert Citron, MIT/NASA Goddard

#7 Shock synthesis - experimental

Yoshihiro Furukawa, Tohoku University

#8 Shock synthesis - modeling

Nir Goldman, LLNL

#9 Observational evidence from the Vredefort impact structure

Matthew Huber, University of the Western Cape

HOW IS THE IMPACTOR AND TARGET MATERIAL PROCESSED?

#10 Observations of impact-generated hydrothermal systems

Gordon Osinki, Western University

#11 Terrestrial atmosphere

Laura Schaefer, Stanford University

#12 Evolution of topography on the early earth

Simone Marchi, SWRI

#13 Post-impact simulations and geochemical modeling

Nuri Park, Arizona State University

Amanda Alexander, SWRI

#14 Prebiotic synthesis within impact-generated hydrothermal systems

Everett Shock, Arizona State University

ELSEWHERE IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM

#15 Impacts and prebiotic chemistry: Mars as early earth stand-in

Andrew Steele, Carnegie

#16 Impacts and prebiotic chemistry: Beyond the solar system

Stephen Kane, UC Riverside

How Does a TIPCEEE  Work?

The TIPCEEE workshop will provide opportunities to address timely, often provocative scientific topics in detail. The workshop will present the range of new and established opinions about a particular subject, while presenting the debate in a way that is also accessible and relevant to a broad group of participants. These are science workshops designed to catalyze additional and novel approaches to questions and collaborations.

Please note: Attendees will only be able to participate in the discussion, not submit an abstract to present their work. 

Workshop Outline

Workshop Agenda
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