The detailed agenda is currently in process. See the list below for topics and invited keynote speakers.

April 8, 2019: Monday: Overview of Current State of Martian Geochronology: Approaches and Applications

Barbara Cohen  NASA Goddard In situ geochronology on Mars and the development of future instrumentation
Alessio Di Iorio ALMA SISTEMI S.r.l. Consulting for Space Overview of the IN TIME project
Tim Goudge UT Austin Overview of Jezero Crater as the Mars 2020 Rover Landing Site
Danny Stockli UT Austin Challenges in Terrestrial Geochronology of Extraterrestrial Events

April 9, 2019: Tuesday: Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL): Process, Terrestrial, and Potential Luminescence Extraterrestrial Applications

Stefano Andreucci University of Cagliari (Italy) Different Luminescence Dating in Various Environments: Problems and Solutions
Fabio Coccaro ALMA SISTEMI S.r.l. Consulting for Space INTIME: first steps towards in-situ OSL
Giulia Cossu University of Sassari (Italy) New Frontiers of Luminescence Dating: Rocks Surface Dating
Steven L. Forman Baylor University Luminescence dating to quantify eolian depositional process on Earth and Mars on decadal to million year-timescales
Vincenzo Pascucci University of Sassari (Italy) Applications of Luminescence dating to solve stratigraphic and paleoclimate issues

April 10, 2019: Wednesday: Martian Targets: From Mineralogy to Processes

J. Brian Balta Texas A&M The Igneous History of Mars
Marco Cardinale Università degli Studi G. d’Annunzio di Chieti-Pescara (Italy) Dune and ripple migration in Herschel crater, Mars (poster)
Ilaria Di Pietro Università degli Studi G. d’Annunzio di Chieti-Pescara (Italy) Geology of Aeolis Dorsa alluvial sedimentary basin, Mars
Thomas Lapen University of Houston Evolution of the martian mantle and volcanic history of Mars: Evidence from the meteorite record
Lucia Marinangeli Università degli Studi G. d’Annunzio di Chieti-Pescara (Italy) Clay formation in Margaritifer Chaos, Mars

The TOMOX instrument: an x-rays tomographer for planetary applications (poster)

Anna Chiara Tangari Università degli Studi G. d’Annunzio di Chieti-Pescara (Italy) Pedogenetic processes on Mars and terrestrial analogues (poster)

 April 11, 2019: Thursday: Age Ranges of Martian Processes: Timing its Ancient Past to its more Recent Activity; includes a session on Geology of Martian Analogs

Ian Dalziel UT Austin The Lithospheric ‘Cradle’ of the Antarctic Ice Sheet: a Martian Analog
Douglas W. Ming NASA Johnson Space Center Sedimentary Deposits on Mars from the Eyes of Rovers and Landers
Cornelia Rasmussen UT Austin TBD
Dana Thomas  UT Austin Hydrothermal systems in Iceland: systematic trends and experimental observations of fluid-rock interactions
Nicolas Tisato UT Austin Hidden life in caves: The bio-mediated mineral deposits of the Asperge cave (France) and Breezeway Cave (Colorado)
Greta Wells UT Austin Geomorphologic and Geochronological Reconstruction of Glacial Lake Outburst Floods in Iceland: Applications to Mars

April 11, 2019: Friday: Reserved for IN-TIME Group only