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  • Place : Welcome Entrance
    Doug Simons received his Bachelor of Science degree in astronomy at the California Institute of Technology in 1985, and his Ph.D. in astronomy at the University of Hawai‘i in 1990, before working as a staff astronomer at the Canada-France-Hawai‘i Telescope (CFHT) for 4 years. Doug joined the Gemini 8 m Telescope Project in 1994 as the Systems Scientist, then as the Associate Director for Development managed Gemini’s instrumentation program for many years before becoming Gemini Observatory’s Director from 2006-2011. Doug returned to CFHT in 2012 where he has been serving ever since as Executive Director. He is an avid supporter of education and community outreach and has helped develop a number of programs in Hawai‘i including EnVision Maunakea, the Maunakea Fund, and the Maunakea Scholars program. Frontier Exoplanet Research at Canada- France-Hawaii Telescope and Beyond: Our knowledge of worlds orbiting distant stars is growing exponentially thanks to a veritable armada of advanced ground and space based research tools. We now know that most stars have planets and a signi cant fraction of those planets are terrestrial class and may harbor liquid water. We have turned a corner in exoplanet research in recent years. The race is on to nd exoplanets around nearby stars that sophisticated autonomous satellites may visit in the future. The exoplanets we will visit rst will be those showing signs of life – the subject of intense research now. Exciting new instrumentation at Canada-France- Hawaii Telescope, working in conjunction with other observatories, is paving the way to this incredible future.
    Place : Catering Area
    Place : Welcome Entrance
    ZEISS - SCISS -SONY - RSA COSMOS
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Blue & Green
    KONICA MINOLTA - METASPACE - GOTO
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Purple
    E&S - SPITZ - FRONT PICTURES - VIOSO
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Orange & Red
    ZEISS - SCISS -SONY - RSA COSMOS
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Purple & Red
    KONICA MINOLTA - METASPACE - GOTO
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Orange
    E&S - SPITZ - FRONT PICTURES - VIOSO
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Blue & Green
    ZEISS - SCISS -SONY - RSA COSMOS
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Orange
    KONICA MINOLTA - METASPACE - GOTO
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Red
    E&S - SPITZ - FRONT PICTURES - VIOSO
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Purple
    Jean-Charles Cuillandre is a French astronomer from the Observatoire de Paris working on the ESA Euclid space mission at CEA Saclay. He spent nearly two decades working in Hawaii at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT). He joined CFHT in 1996 after completing a PhD in Astronomy in Toulouse, France. Prior to engaging in the fundamental research world, he received a training in engineering as it tted well his taste for astronomical data processing and instrumentation. His main eld of expertise is wide- eld optical and near- infrared imaging, from the detectors and data processing up to the broad science enabled by such instrumentation. His science interest resides in the low surface brightness universe, his cutting-edge techniques enabling original studies on the outer parts of the galaxies to advance the eld of galactic archeology. His focus on the Euclid dark energy mission is to develop the all-sky complementary ground-based observing campaign essential for the success of the mission. Being also an astrophotographer, he uses his free time to develop sky art using the giant digital cameras he contributed developing for CFHT: Hawaiian Starlight is a project he started in 2000, continuing on to this day, aimed at sharing with the public true colors astronomical images obtained with CFHT. The goal is not only to show the wonders of the sky as seen from Maunakea, but to also share the science revealed through these images. -- Peter von Ballmoos is professor of physics at the University of Toulouse. He works at the Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie and has research interests in High-Energy Astrophysics. In the eld of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, PvB studies the enigmatic origin of positrons (antimatter-electrons) detected in the central regions of our Galaxy, and the even more puzzling absence of substantial quantities of antimatter-nuclei in the Universe. To make progress in his elds of interest, PvB is actively involved in the development of novel telescopes for satellite and balloon missions (Co–investigator of the European Space Agency’s telescope INTEGRAL/SPI; principal investigator of the CNES balloon project CLAIRE, the “ rst gamma-ray lens”). In the eld of Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Ray Physics, he has recently served as principal investigator of EUSO-BALLOON, a path nder for the JEM-EUSO mission concept. JEM-EUSO will investigate the most energetic particles in the Universe, using the Earth’s atmosphere as a giant detector. Amongst his institutional responsibilities and activities, PvB is Editor-in-Chief of the journal Experimental Astrophysics. At the Université de Toulouse, PvB teaches on undergraduate and graduates levels; he is responsible for the Master Course Techniques Spatiales et Instrumentation.
    - Fulldome
    Place : Planetarium
    Panel - Live shows
    Place : Stellarium
    Workshop - Education & Outside the dome
    Place : Vega
    Panel - Planetarium management
    Place : Altair
    Panel - Education
    Place : Auditorium
    Workshop - Education
    Place : Labo 1
    Panel - Education
    Place : Labo 2
    Workshop - Planetarium design
    Place : Labo 3
    Panel - Education
    Place : Portable Planetarium
    Panel - Live shows
    Place : Planetarium
    Workshop - Education
    Place : Stellarium
    Panel - Technology
    Place : Vega
    Panel - Outside the dome & Technology
    Place : Altair
    Panel - Education & Live shows
    Place : Auditorium
    Workshop - Professional development
    Place : Labo 1
    Workshop - Education
    Place : Labo 2
    Workshop - Education
    Place : Labo 3
    Panel - Portable planetarium & planetarium management
    Place : Portable Planetarium
    E&S - FRONT PICTURES
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Green & Purple
    KONICA MINOLTA - METASPACE - GOTO
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Blue
    MEGASTAR - SKYSKAN - SCISS - MIRAGE 3D
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Orange & Red
    E&S - FRONT PICTURES
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Orange & Red
    KONICA MINOLTA - METASPACE - GOTO
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Green
    MEGASTAR - SKYSKAN - SCISS - MIRAGE 3D
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Blue & Purple
    E&S - FRONT PICTURES
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Blue
    MEGASTAR - SKYSKAN - SCISS - MIRAGE 3D
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Green
    Place : Exhibition Hall
    Place : Catering Area
    Place : Welcome Entrance
    VIOSO - MIRAGE 3D - NSC Creative
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Purple & Blue
    SPITZ - AVI - MEGASTAR
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Red
    RSA COSMOS - ZEISS - SONY - REEF - METASPACE
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Green & Orange
    VIOSO - MIRAGE 3D - NSC Creative
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Orange & Red
    SPITZ - AVI - MEGASTAR
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Green
    RSA COSMOS - ZEISS - SONY - REEF - METASPACE
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Purple & Blue
    VIOSO - MIRAGE 3D - NSC Creative
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Green
    SPITZ - AVI - MEGASTAR
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Blue
    RSA COSMOS - ZEISS - SONY - REEF - METASPACE
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Red
    Mid Tour A (Carcassonne): departure at 13:30 --- Mid Tour B (Albi): departure at 13:30 --- Mid Tour C (Aeroscopia & AirbusA380): departure at 13:00 --- Mid Tour D (Toulouse City Center & Jolimont Observatory): departure at 13:00
    Place : Meeting point: Coach park
    Place : Welcome Entrance
    SKY SKAN - REEF - RSA COSMOS
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Green & Blue
    SPITZ - AVI - MEGASTAR
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Orange
    KONICA MINOLTA - NSC Creative - GOTO - JKS
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Purple & Red
    SKY SKAN - REEF - RSA COSMOS
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Orange & Red
    SPITZ - AVI - MEGASTAR
    Place : Stellarium
    For group : Purple
    KONICA MINOLTA - NSC Creative - GOTO - JKS
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Blue & Green
    SKY SKAN - REEF - RSA COSMOS
    Place : Planetarium
    For group : Purple
    KONICA MINOLTA - NSC Creative - GOTO - JKS
    Place : IMAX
    For group : Orange
    Dr. Sylvestre MAURICE is a French astrophysicist, a planetary scientist at the Institut de Recherche en Astronomie et Planétologie (IRAP), a laboratory of the Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées where space instruments are being built for planetary exploration. Following an engineering degree, in 1991 he started his academic career with the analysis of plasma data at Saturn with NASA Pioneer 11, Voyager 1 & 2 spacecraft. He has been a long-time member of the plasma package on NASA Cassini. Starting in 1998, he developed a special expertise in the analysis of surface composition data, being a collaborator of the neutron spectrometers on the NASA Lunar Prospector, Mars Odyssey, and Messenger missions. This effort led to the discoveries of water deposits at the lunar poles (1998), at the equator of Mars (2004), and at the poles of Mercury (2012). For the Moon composition, he has been co-I of the Japanese SELENE mission, the ESA SMART-1 mission, and the Indian Chandrayaan-1 mission. Since 2004, S. Maurice is co-PI of ChemCam, the rst extra-terrestrial laser-induced Breakdown Experiment (LIBS) onboard the NASA Mars Science Laboratory - Curiosity rover - mission. This instrument and the rest of the science payload demonstrated that, in the past, Mars was a habitable world (2014). He is co-PI of the RLS experiment onboard the ESA ExoMars-2020 mission that will y the rst extra-terrestrial CW- Raman experiment. He is also co-PI of the SuperCam instrument onboard the NASA Mars 2020 mission. This experiment includes LIBS, pulse-Raman, near-IR spectroscopy, acoustic, and imaging. He is author or co-author of over 120 peer-reviewed publications in the areas of planetary sciences and instrumentation. S. Maurice is a long-time advisor at the space science museum Cité de l’Espace, Toulouse. He gives ~40 public lectures per year on various subjects about space exploration.
    Place : Catering Area
    Place : Exhibition Hall
    Workshop - Technology
    Place : Vega
    Panel - Technology
    Place : Planetarium
    Panel - Live shows
    Place : Stellarium
    Panel - Fulldome
    Place : IMAX
    Panel - Planetarium management
    Place : Vega
    Reverse - Professional development
    Place : Altair
    Panel - Education
    Place : Auditorium
    Workshop - Fulldome
    Place : Labo 1
    Workshop - Live shows
    Place : Planetarium
    Panel - Fulldome & Live shows
    Place : Stellarium
    Panel - Technology
    Place : IMAX
    Workshop - Live shows
    Place : Vega
    Panel - Fulldome
    Place : Altair
    Panel - Live shows & Fulldome & Education
    Place : Auditorium
    Workshop - Fulldome
    Place : Labo 2
    Panel - Education
    Place : Planetarium
    Panel - Live shows
    Place : Stellarium
    Michel Blanc, born on October 13th, 1949, is a French astronomer and planetary scientist. After graduation at Ecole Polytechnique (1971) and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications (1973) in Paris, France, he did his PhD work at University Pierre-et-Marie Curie (Paris IV) on the study of the electrodynamics of the midlatitude ionosphere. In his PhD memoir (1980) he analysed the different modes of global disturbances of the ionosphere induced by auroral, magnetospheric and solar activity. He contributed to the early studies of the auroral ionosphere using the EISCAT radar in northern Scandinavia and to the design of the CLUSTER mission of ESA. From 1987 onwards, he focused on the exploration of giant planets magnetospheres, rst as Interdisciplinary Scientist of the Cassini-Huygens mission to the Saturn system and as co-proponent and co-I of NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter. He also promoted new missions to giant planets, focusing on the exploration of the Jupiter system as the lead proponent of LAPLACE (a mission to Europa and the Jupiter system), under implementation by ESA as JUICE, and of the Joint Europa Mission (JEM), a proposal to search for life at Europa. He proactively promotes the Comparative Study of Planetary Systems. Michel Blanc is currently working at the Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie (IRAP), Toulouse, France and at the National Space Science Center, CAS, Beijing, China. Co Author: Pierre Bousquet
    - Technology
    Place : IMAX
    Panel - Education & Planetarium design
    Place : Vega
    Panel - Planetarium management & Technology
    Place : Altair
    Panel - Outside the dome & Education
    Place : Auditorium
    Panel - Live shows
    Place : Labo 1
    Place : Welcome Entrance
    Panel Place : Planetarium
    Reverse - Education
    Place : Stellarium
    Panel Place : IMAX
    Workshop - Live shows
    Place : Vega
    Reverse - Education & Outside the dome
    Place : Altair
    Panel - Planetarium management
    Place : Auditorium
    Workshop - Education
    Place : Labo 1
    Panel - Professional development & Fulldome
    Place : Planetarium
    Panel - Live shows
    Place : Stellarium
    Panel - Education
    Place : IMAX
    Panel - Professional development
    Place : Vega
    Reverse - Planetarium design
    Place : Altair
    Reverse - Planetarium management & Education
    Place : Auditorium
    Workshop - Portable planetarium
    Place : Portable Planetarium
    Panel - Education
    Place : Labo 1
    Panel - Technology
    Place : Planetarium
    Panel - Technology & Fulldome
    Place : Stellarium
    Panel - Education
    Place : Vega
    Panel - Technology
    Place : Altair
    Panel - Education & Outside the dome & Technology
    Place : Auditorium
    Panel - Technology
    Place : Portable Planetarium
    Workshop - Professional development
    Place : Labo 1
    Workshop - Professional development
    Place : IMAX
    Mr. Willekens graduated from the Free University of Brussels (ULB) with a Master in Business and Management Engineering in 1985 specialising in Information Systems and Technology Marketing. He has spent his entire career in the space sector, totalling 30 years of experience at the European Space Agency. He was nominated Head of ESA Communication Department on 1 April 2017. When joining ESA in 1987 Mr. Willekens was the initiator of innovative methods and tools to support the promotion and the utilisation of the newly created International Space Station Programme, one of the largest and most exciting international space cooperation projects. He opened up microgravity applications to private industry, setting the stage for future commercialisation and partnership agreements. Drawing on this experience, he then took over the management of the ESA’s Technology Transfer activities. In 1997, he spent 6 years in the Launchers Directorate as Head of the Communication and Asset Management Of ce, working with industry in following the development of Ariane 5 launcher facilities across Europe and Kourou, French Guyana. Among his main achievements was to design, build and launch in October 2005 the SSETI Express small satellite of 60 kg, leading a group of 400 students stemming from 12 countries. From design to launch in less than 18 months, SSETI Express was one of ESA’s best examples of inspirational projects gathering record TV and web coverage which was signi cant considering the early days of social media. Mr. Willekens was elected as one of the youngest members of the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) in 1995 for his work on space commercialisation and his forward-looking approach to community media technology. Throughout his mandates, he actively supported several innovative projects such as space elevators, international Cubesat development, and the use of space technology for Earth-based applications such as demining.
    Place : Catering Area
    Panel - Fulldome
    Place : Planetarium
    Panel - Fulldome & Education
    Place : Stellarium
    Panel - Planetarium management
    Place : Vega
    Panel - Education
    Place : Altair
    Panel - Technology & Planetarium design
    Place : Auditorium
    Workshop - Education
    Place : Labo 1
    Labo 3
    Workshop - Planetarium design
    Place : Labo 3
    Panel - Fulldome
    Place : Planetarium
    Panel - Fulldome
    Place : Stellarium
    Panel - Outside the dome & Live shows & Technology
    Place : Vega
    Panel - Planetarium design
    Place : Altair
    Workshop - Planetarium design
    Place : Labo 3
    Workshop - Fulldome
    Place : Labo 2
    Poster Place : Astralia Hall
    Poster Place : Astralia Hall
    Poster Place : Astralia Hall
    Poster Place : Astralia Hall
    Poster Place : Astralia Hall
    Poster Place : Astralia Hall
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