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Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Terrestrial Based Observation

Europa’s Reflectance in the Mid- and Far-UV 
Presented by T.M. Becker of Southwest Research Institute

Europa's Surface Composition:  Active Icy Moons Geology with Exogenic ‘Overprinting’ 
Presented by J.H. Shirley of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Observations and Lab Work

Understanding Europa's Composition Through Geophysical Measurements:  The Role of Laboratory Data 
Presented by S.D. Vance of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Effects of Radiation

Spectral Behavior of Irradiated Sodium Chloride Crystals Under Europa-Like Conditions 
Presented by M.J. Poston of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Survival, Genetic Modification, and Time-Resolved Laser-Induced Fluorescence Analysis of Bacteria Exposed to High-Dose Radiation Simulating Europa's Surface 
Presented by K. Ganguly of the Los Alamos National Laboratory

Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Lab Work and Modeling

Plasma and Thermal Processing of Europa’s Surface 
Presented by R. E. Johnson of the University of Virginia

Quantifying the Chemical Species Radiolytically Sputtered from Europa's Complex Ices into its Exosphere Through Laboratory Experiments 
Presented by B.D. Teolis of the Southwest Research Institute

Diving Deep into Europa's Reaction Chemistry
Presented by R.L. Hudson of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 

ICELIB — Assessing Europa's Surface with Laboratory Ice Experiments 
Presented by V. Singh of SESE at Arizona State University

Processes Affecting the Composition of Europa's Surface — An Overview from Laboratory Data Perspective 
Presented by Murthy S. Gudipati of Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Chlorine Salts on Europa from Experimental Data and Recent Telescopic Observations 
Presented by J. Hanley of Lowell Observatory

On the Genesis and Detectability of Organic Chemistry in Hypervelocity Impact Ice Spectra 
Presented by Z. Ulibarri of the University of Colorado, Boulder

Thursday, October 11, 2018
Lab Work and Analogues

Low-Temperature Hydrated Salts from Axel Heiberg Island as an Analog for Europa's Non-Ice Surface Material 
Presented by M.G. Fox-Powell of the University of St. Andrews

Compositional Remote Sensing of Planetary Surfaces with Spectroscopy:  Limits to Our Knowledge and Abilities to Interpret Data 
Presented by R.N. Clark of the Planetary Science Institute

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