2020 In Situ Science and Instrumentation Workshop for the Exploration of Europa and Ocean Worlds

Dates of Workshop: April 28-30, 2020
Location: JPL, Pasadena, CA

The Europa Lander Mission Concept team invites you to join us for a workshop open to all scientists and engineers interested in science and instrument concepts for the in situ (landed) exploration of Europa and other ocean worlds. It will be an extended, in depth version of the previous workshop held at the Astrobiology Science Conference (AbSciCon) in June, 2019, with opportunities to have focused discussions and interactions on topics of interest to the Europa and other ocean worlds in situ exploration community.

For more information on the Europa Lander mission concept, including the overview presentations from the AbSciCon workshop, please visit: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/missions/europa-lander

Update as of January 24, 2020:

Registration is now closed, and the workshop is near capacity. A few waitlist spots may be available on a case-by-case basis; please email Europainsitu.workshop@jpl.nasa.gov for more information.

We will make announcements of selections for Early Career Travel Funds by the end of February.

We will update the website with the conference program, including selected oral and poster presentations, by the end of February.

Due to the number of registered participants, the workshop will be held at Ramo Hall on the Caltech campus. We plan to offer optional tours of JPL on the afternoon of Tuesday April 28th, and the workshop will take place on Wednesday April 29th and Thursday April 30th.

Information on the hotel block and other logistical information will be posted soon.

For more information, please contact: Europainsitu.workshop@jpl.nasa.gov

Europa Lander concept art