February 8 - 11 2011, Paris, France
Scope: The scope of the workshop is to bring together experts in observations and modelling of the present and past Mars climate systems and discuss the nature of the atmospheric circulation and the photochemistry (up to the thermosphere), the dust cycle, the water cycle (vapor, clouds and frost) and the carbon dioxide cycle (polar caps), as we did in the previous editions of the workshop.
Scientific Program with abstracts online (updated January 27, 2011)
Call for abstracts: The abstract deadline was December 1, 2010.
Travel grants: for students and young scientists.
|Chair: F. Forget (LMD)|
|M. Allen (JPL)||M.C. Desjean (CNES)|
|R. M. Haberle (NASA Ames)||J. W. Head (Brown Univ.)|
|J.L. Hollingsworth (NASA Ames)||J.P. Huot (ESA)|
|F. Lefevre (LATMOS)||J.S. Levine (NASA Langley)|
|S.R. Lewis (Open University)||M.A. Lopez-Valverde (IAA)|
|F. Montmessin (LATMOS)||S. Rafkin (Southwest Res. Inst.)|
|P. L. Read (University of Oxford)||A. Spiga (LMD)|
|O. Witasse (ESA)||M.J. Wolff (Space Science Institute)|
Local organizing committee:
|Chairs: E. Millour and F. Forget (LMD)|
|M.C. Desjean (CNES)||M. Hirtzig (LMD)|
|F. Lefevre (LATMOS)||A. Määttänen (LATMOS)|
|M. Maherou (LMD)||S. Owen (NASA)|
|C. Pilorget (IAS)||A. Spiga (LMD)|
|M. Vincendon (IAS)|