Current activities

Europlanet Science Congress (EPSC) 2020 virtual meeting

▪ 21 September – 9 October 2020
▪ Further info here

Central Europe in the first week of EPSC 2020:
Splinter: Widening - How under-represented groups could profit from virtual conferences?
Melinda Dósa
Wed, 23 Sep, 14:00–16:00 (CEST)
All planetary scientists from Central, Eastern and Southern Europe are welcome. No EPSC registration needed.
Session: Diversity and Inclusiveness in Planetary Sciences (Convener: Arianna Piccialli)
Oral presentation: Geographic diversity in Earth and Space sciences - do virtual conferences change the picture?
Melinda Dósa
, Liviu Matenco and Anita Heward
Live session showcase, Mon 21 Sep, 11:20–11:40 (CEST)

Session: Tuesday Interviews: Supporting the planetary community
Central European guest: Manuel Scherf - Europlanet Telescope Network Coordinator
Live interview, Tuesday, 22 Sep, 10:20–10:40 (CEST)

Session: Open planetary science for effective knowledge co-creation and dissemination (Convener: Anastasia Kokori)
Oral presentation: “Strangest of All”: Astrobiology outreach through science fiction
Julie Nekola Nováková

Live session showcase, Wed, 23 Sep, 11:20–11:40 (CEST)

Session: Professional-Amateur collaborations in small bodies, terrestrial and giant planets, exoplanets, and ground-based support of space missions (Convener: Marc Delcroix)
Oral presentation: Importance of citizen Czech Astronomical Society for variable star and exoplanet research
Katerina Honkova and Filip Walter

Oral presentation: The Europlanet Telescope Network: A global collaboration in support of planetary sciences
Manuel Scherf et al.

Live session showcase Thu, 24 Sep, 11:20–11:40 (CEST)

THEMIS telescope images analysed for space weather traces
Melinda Dósa
, Valeria Mangano, Zsofia Bebesi, Stefano Massetti, Anna Milillo, Anna Görgei
Mon, 21 Sep, 17:40–18:00

The fast rotation of Orcus obtained from TESS measurements
Csaba Kiss
, András Pál, Róbert Szakáts, Gábor Marton, Thomas Müller
Tue, 22 Sep, 10:40–11:00

On the potential role of serpentinization in the thermal evolution of planetesimals in the early outer Solar system
Anikó Farkas-Takacs
, Csaba Kiss, Sándor Góbi, and Ákos Keresztúri
Wed, 23 Sep, 10:40–11:00

Bennu and Ryugu: Dynamical modelling of ejected particles to the Earth
Martina Kováčová
, Roman Nagy, Leonard Kornoš, Juraj Tóth
Thu, 24 Sep, 11:00–11:20

On the sodium enhancement in spectra of slow meteors and the origin of Na-rich meteoroids
Pavol Matlovič
, Juraj Tóth, Leonard Kornoš, Stefan Loehle
Thu, 24 Sep, 11:00–11:20

ASMODEUS Meteor Simulation Tool
Martin Baláž
, Juraj Tóth, Peter Vereš, and Robert Jedicke
Thu, 24 Sep, 11:00–11:20

Ion and electron impact studies on astrophysically relevant ices: a new laboratory at Atomki in Debrecen
Péter Herczku
, Zoltán Juhász, Sándor T. S. Kovács, Béla Sulik, Sergio Ioppolo, Nigel J. Mason, Duncan V. Mifsud, Alejandra Traspas-Muina, Máté Czentye, Zuzana Kanuchová, Béla Paripás, Robert W. McCullough
Thu, 24 Sep, 17:20–17:40

On the role of orbital migration in the early phases of the evolution of planetary systems
Zijia Cui, John Papaloizou, Ewa Szuszkiewicz
Thu, 24 Sep, 17:40–18:00

Slow rotators and binary candidates among the Jovian Trojans with K2
Csilla Kalup
, László Molnár, Csaba Kiss, Gyula M. Szabó, András Pál
Fri, 25 Sep, 17:20–17:40

Rotation properties in the Hilda and Main-Belt asteroid families observed by K2 and TESS
Gyula Szabo
, Csaba Kiss, Róbert Szakáts, András Pál, László Molnár, Krisztián Sárneczky, József Vinkó, Róbert Szabó, Gábor Marton, László Kiss
Fri, 25 Sep, 17:20–17:40

Far-infrared flux densities of main belt asteroids from serendipitous Herschel/PACS observations
Róbert Szakáts
, Csaba Kiss, Anikó Farkas-Takács, Gábor Marton, Thomas Müller, András Pál
Fri, 25 Sep, 17:20–17:40

Towards the second data release of TESS asteroid photometry
András Pál
, Róbert Szakáts, Csaba Kiss
Fri, 25 Sep, 17:20–17:40

Rotational properites of transneptunian objects from the K2 mission
Csaba Kiss
, Viktória Kecskeméthy, Róbert Szakáts, András Pál, László Molnár, Krisztián Sárneczky, József Vinkó, Róbert Szabó, Gyula M. Szabó, Gábor Marton, László L. Kiss
Fri, 25 Sep, 17:20–17:40

ESA Hungarian Space Industry Days, Budapest, Hungary

▪ 7-8 October 2020
▪ Please indicate your wish to attend no later than the 14th of August, 2020, here: centraleurope@europlanet-society.org

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