Next week I will be in the Woodlands, close to Houston (USA), for our annual big conference, the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. I will present a talk on Vesta and a poster on the Moon. See you on Monday morning, 9:15, in the Montgomery Ballroom for my talk!
On February 3-4, I will be in Houston, at the Lunar and Planetary Institute, to attend the Vesta in the Light of Dawn workshop. I will present our results associated to the abstract entitled Adapted Modified Gaussian Model: no detection of olivine in regions predicted to be mantle-rich from models of planet-scale collisions. The pdf file can be found here.
I will give a public conference on November 17th for the Lyon Astronomical Society. It will be held in the public library of Saint-Genis-Laval starting at 5:30pm.
I will talk of orbital datasets combination, especially visible-near infrared reflectance spectroscopy, to better understand Mars evolution during first billion years. I will use some of the last results produced by the e-Mars team.