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B Meeting Agenda JANUARY 18, 2012 Closed Session 9:00 a.m. Welcome and Plans for the Meeting David Spergel, Chair Open Session 9:30 Welcome and Plans for the Meeting David Spergel, Chair 9:35 NASA discussion of a plan for U.S. Participation in Euclid Waleed Abdalati, NASA Discussion 10:35 Panel Discussion with NASA Paul Hertz, Acting Director, Astrophysics Division Richard Griffiths, Euclid Program Scientist Rita Sambruna, WFIRST Program Scientist Lia LaPiana, Euclid and WFIRST Program Executive 11:30 ESA Perspective on a Plan for U.S. Participation in Euclid Fabio Favata, ESA (via videconference) 12:20 p.m. The Euclid Mission (via videoconference) Yannick Mellier, Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris 12:55 Discussion with ESA and Euclid Representatives 1:45 U.S. Perspective on a U.S. Contribution to Euclid Jason Rhodes, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Discussion 2:20 Discussion of WFIRST and Euclid Paul Schechter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Discussion 20
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3:15 Discussion of LSST, WFIRST, and Euclid Steve Kahn, Stanford University Discussion 3:50 Discussion of Ground- and Space-Based Dark Energy Missions David Weinberg, (via videoconference) Ohio State University Discussion 4:25 Discussion of the Current Study in the Context of Roger Blandford, New Worlds, New Horizons Stanford University Discussion 5:05 Discussion of the Current Study in the Context of the Adam Burrows, Implementation Panel Report (via teleconference) Princeton University Discussion Closed Session 5:40 Committee Discussion 6:45 Working Committee Dinner 8:30 Adjourn for the Day JANUARY 19, 2012 Closed Session 8:00 a.m. Breakfast and Discussion of Previous Days’ Talks Committee Open Session 9:00 WFIRST and Euclid impact on dark energy research Michael Turner, University of Chicago Discussion 9:40 Discussion of Euclid and WFIRST Gravitational Chris Hirata, Lensing Capabilities (via WebEx) California Institute of Technology Discussion 10:10 Discussion of WFIRST and Euclid exoplanet microlensing Dave Bennett, University of Notre Dame Discussion 21
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10:45 Impact of Current and Future Developments in Microlensing Dimitar Sasselov, on Euclid and WFIRST (via WebEx) Harvard University Discussion 11:20 Lessons Learned from Similar Past NASA-ESA George Helou, Collaborations California Institute of Technology Discussion 11:55 Public Comment Session Closed Session 12:15 p.m. Committee Discussions Open Session 2:30 Panel Discussion with NASA Paul Hertz, NASA Astrophysics Division Closed Session 3:50 Committee Discussion 6:00 Adjourn for the Day JANUARY 20, 2012 Closed Session 8:00 a.m. Committee Discussions 3:00 p.m. Adjourn Meeting 22