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ICC 2013: Planetary programs

July 29, 2013

Presentations and meetings related to planetary cartography at the 26th International Cartographic Conference held in Dresden in August 2013:

Friday August 23 

09.00 – 16.00 Sharing knowledge – Joint ICA Symposium

Lecture Hall of the TU Dresden, 1st floor, room nr 101Bergstraße 64

11:45 A.M. – 12:25 A.M. Session 2: Planetary Cartography. Chairperson: Hargitai H.

Archiving and Public Dissemination of Planetary Geologic and Geomorphologic Maps – Andrea Naß, Stephan van Gasselt, Germany

Planetary Geologic Mapping: Initial Thoughts on an Ontology Framework – Stephan van Gasselt, Andrea Naß, Germany

Tuesday August 27 2013

International Congress Center Dresden

16:30 – 17:45 S6-I | Mixed Session.

6I.4 GIS mapping and analysis for landing sites of Soviet spacecraft on the Moon (#715) – M. Baskakova (MIIGAiK Extraterrestrial laboratory (MExLAb) Moscow state University of Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK), Moscow) et al.

Wednesday August 28 2013

International Congress Center Dresden
8:30-09:15: Plenary keynote:

ICA Commissions at a glance. Commission on Planetary Cartography

9:15 – 10:30: Session 7-J:

Business Meeting of the Commission on Planetary Cartography

11:00-12:15: Session 8-F Planetary Mapping

Chair: Lazarev, Evgeniy

8F.1 Сartographical aspects of Martian moons modelling  (#1099) – E. Grishakina et al. Speaker: E. Lazarev (Lomonosov Moscow State University Geographical, Sternberg State Astronomical Institute Lunar and Planetary Research, Moscow)

8F.2 On the Concept and Integration of Geologic Time in Planetary Mapping (#104). – S. van Gasselt (Freie Universitaet Berlin Planetary Sciences and Remote Sensing, Berlin) and A. Nass.

8F.3 A Framework for Planetary Geologic Mapping  (#1226) – A. Nass (German Aerospace Center (DLR) Inst. for Planetary Research, Dept. of Planetary Geology, Berlin, and University of Potsdam Inst. of Geography, Geoinformation Science Research Group, Potsdam) and S. van Gasselt

8F.4 Exploring Martian Climatologic Data using Geovisualization : MARSIG, a Spatiotemporal Information System for Planetary Science (#1258).  – P. – A. Davoine et al. (Laboratoire d’Informatique de Grenoble, Saint-Martin d’Hères, France)

12:15-14:00 Poster session P2, Hall 1 Terrace level

P2-75  Proposed Additions to the Cartographic Database of Mars.. Thomas Gangale and Marilyn Dudley-Flores (OPS-Alaska and Tonga International Academy)

16:30 – 17:45: S10-E – Globes

10E2 Hypsometric Globe of Mars – 3D Model of the Planet (#610) – Z. Rodionova (Sternberg State Astronomical Institute Lunar and Planetary Investigation, Moscow) and J. Brekhovskikh

10E.4 Lunar and planetary globes in the holdings of the Austrian National Library’s Globe Museum. (#212) – J. Mokre (Austrian National Library Map Department and Globe Museum, Vienna)

16:30 – 17:45: S10-G | Mixed Session

10G.4 Mapping of the Landing Areas of the Soviet Lunar Rovers Lunokhod-1, -2 (#1090). – Evgeniia Gusakova (Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK), MIIGAiK Extraterrestrial Laboratory (MExLab) – Moscow) et al.

Thursday, August 29 2013

International Congress Center Dresden
9:15 – 10:30: S11-G | Planetary Mapping. Chair: Karachevtseva, Irina

Wondrak S and L. Hurni: Interactive Visualization of Planet Movements for Highschool Education  Wondrak S and L. Hurni: Interactive Visualization of Planet Movements for Highschool Education

11G.1Interactive Visualization of Planet Movements for Highschool Education (#684) – S. Wondrak and L. Hurni (ETH Zürich Institute of Cartography and Geoinformation, Zürich, Switzerland)

Gede Mátyás Gede Mátyás

11G.2 “Blind Mouse” on Mars and Moon – a Map Game for Disseminating Planetary Topographic Knowledge (invited talk) (#288) – M. Gede (Eötvös Loránd University Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics, Budapest) et al.

Lingli Mu L. Mu et al.: A New Mapping Method for the Moon With the Chang’E-1 Data

11G.3 A New Mapping Method for the Moon With the Chang’E-1 Data (#1456) – L. Mu et al. (National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing)

Full presentation can be viewed here: Mu Lingli: A New Mapping Method for the Moon With the Chang’E Data A New Mapping Method for the Moon With the Chang’E Data

11:00 – 12:15: S12-G | Mixed Session

Irina Karachevtseva

2G.4 GIS-mapping of Phobos based on new results of image processing of Mars Express data (#1075) – I. Karachevtseva et al. Speaker: S. Afanasyeva (State University of Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK) Extraterrestrial Laboratory (MExLAb), Moscow).

12:15 – 12:45 P3 | Poster Session

Hargitai H et al.:  Geobrowsers vs. Cartographic Artworks: Virtual Planetary Globes Designed for K–12 Education (1252)

P3.33 Geobrowsers vs. Cartographic Artworks: Virtual Planetary Globes Designed for K–12 Education (1252) – H. Hargitai et al.

Kersten E et al.  Cartographic Mapping of the Icy Satellites using Cassini ISS images. (#632)

P3.34 HIGH RESOLUTION VESTA LAMO ATLAS DERIVED FROM DAWN FC IMAGES (#623) – T. Roatsch et al.

Roatsch T et al.HIGH RESOLUTION VESTA LAMO ATLAS DERIVED FROM DAWN FC IMAGES

P3.35 Cartographic Mapping of the Icy Satellites using Cassini ISS images. (#632) – E. Kersten et al.  #706

P3.36 Main Characteristics of Coordinate and Cartographic Support of Luna-Glob Mission (#706) – Anatoliy Zubarev et al.

14:45 – 16:00: S13-G – Mixed Session

13G.1 Mapping Of Candidate Russian Landing Sites On The Moon (#1148) – A. Kokhanov (1Moscow State University aof Geodesy and Cartography MIIGAIK Extraterrestrial laboratory (MExLab), Moscow) et al.

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