Day 1 - February 18

  • 8:30 am — Opening & Logistics
  • SESSION 1: Hayabusa2 and OSIRIS-REx
    8:50 am — Sugita
    The Nature of Ryugu's Parent Body inferred from Hayabusa2 Optical Imaging Observations
    9:30 am — Walsh (on behalf of Connolly )
    Discovery of Breccias on Bennu and Comparison to Chondrites
    10:10  am — Hamilton
    Modal Mineralogy of Carbonaceous Chondrites from TIR Spectroscopy
    10:40 am — Tachibana
    Hayabusa2 Landing for Sampling
    11:00 am — Open Discussion 
  • Lunch and Free discussion
  • SESSION 2: Volatiles in the inner Solar System and planet formation
    4:30 pm — Orthous-Daunay
    Molecular Complexity of Martian, Lunar and Asteroidal Samples
    5:00 pm — Ida
    Water and Carbon on Venus, Earth, Mars, and Asteroids Predicted by Pebble Accretion Model
    5:30 pm — Walsh
    Planetesimals to Planets
    6:00 pm — Ebisuzaki
    Tandem Planet Formation
  • Dinner and Free discussion

Day 2 - February 19

  • SESSION 2: Volatiles in the inner Solar System and planet formation (cont.)
    8:30 am — Anderson
    Assessing the Implied History of the Inner Solar System Suggested by New Lunar Chronologies
    9:00 am — Greenwood
    D/H and High Volatile Content of the Moon: Synthesis of 2009-2019 Hokudai SIMS studies of Apollo Rocks
  • SESSION 3: Chondrules
    9:30 am — Matsuda
    Heating Duration of an Igneous Chondrule Rim Formation Inferred from Micro-scale Migration of Oxygen Isotopes
    10:00 am — Bizzarro
    Delayed chondrule formation in the outer Solar System
    10:30 am — Nakamoto
    A Chondrule Formation Model by Lightning
  • Group Photo 
  • Lunch and Free discussion
  • SESSION 3: Chondrules (Invited Lecture)
    4:30 pm — Kita
    Chondrules Moving in the Disk
  • Poster session
    Structure and Crystallization of Amorphous Silicate Dust Synthesized by Sol-Gel and Induced Thermal Plasma Method
    Petrographic Study of a Compact Type A CAIs with Partial Melting Process
    Thermal Evolution of Hydrous Minerals on Small Bodies: To Understand Returned Samples from Ryugu and Bennu
    Oxygen Self Diffusion in Gehlenite: Effect of Water Fugacity
    Estimation of Post Hydrothermal Alteration Process with Trace Element Distribution in Matrix from a Reduced CV Chondrite
    Development of Cryogenic SIMS Technique for Isotope Analysis of Fluid Inclusions
  • Symposium Banquet

Day 3 - February 20

  • SESSION 4: Compositions of the Sun and planets, and solar activity
    8:30 am — McDonough
    Composition of the Sun and Inner Solar System
    9:00 am — Yoshizaki
    Chemically Defining the Building Blocks of the Earth
    9:30 am — Bajo
    Comparison of Solar Wind He Implantation Profiles among Genesis H, L, and E collectors
    10:00 am — Yurimoto
    Hydrogen Depth Profile in Genesis DOS Collectors
  • SESSION 5: High temperature processes in the early Solar System
    10:30 am — Kawasaki
    26Al−26Mg Systematics of Fine-grained CAIs and an AOA in the Reduced CV3 Chondrites
  • Lunch and Free discussion
  • SESSION 5: High temperature processes in the early Solar System (cont.)
    4:30 pm — Krot
    O- and Al-Mg Isotope Systematics in Grossite-Rich CO3.0−3.1 and CH3.0 CAIs
    5:00 pm — Wada
    Oxygen and Al-Mg isotope Systematics of a Hibonite-Melilite-rich Fine-grained CAI in the Reduced CV Chondrite NWA8613
    5:30 pm — Yamamoto
    Oxygen Isotope Exchange between Refractory Inclusion Melt and Water Vapor
    6:00 pm — Sakamoto
    Extreme 16O-rich CAIs in Isheyevo Chondrite
    6:30 pm — Open Discussion
  • Dinner and Free discussion
  • Closing Remarks