Life in the Atacama Project Workshop 
July 14-16, 2004

Carnegie Mellon University

  Wednesday, July 14
Newell-Simon 1305
Science and Technology 

Thursday, July 15
Newell-Simon 1305/Eventscope
Rover and Instruments

Friday, July 16
Eventscope Lab
Operations Runthrough 
8:30 Coffee Coffee Coffee
8:45 Welcome & Overview Wettergreen Fluorescence Imaging: Principles, Operation & Interpretation Waggoner, Weinstein, Pane, Heys, Calderòn Remote Operations Methods & Plan Cabrol
9:00 Science Investigation Previous Results & Current Goals Cabrol
9:15
9:30 Remote Operations Tools Tutorial Coppin, Wagner
9:45 Technical Experiment Goals & Logistics Wettergreen
10:00 Demonstration
10:15
10:30 Break Break Break
10:45 Rover and Instrument Capabilities Wagner, Teza, Heys UV/VIS Spectrometer: Principles, Operation & Interpretation Moersch Data Analysis Exercise: Prior Data
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45 Rover Concept of Operations Wettergreen Stereo Panoramic Imaging Wagner, Pane, Heys, Calderòn Data Analysis Exercise: New Data
12:00
12:15
12:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch
12:45
1:00
1:15 Science Methods & Approach Cabrol Remote Operations Tools, Web Interface, & EP/O Coppin, Wagner, Cuellar Data Analysis Exercise: Rover Path Designation
1:30
1:45
2:00 Remote Operations Discussion/ Feedback
2:15 Geologic Ground Truth Grin, Chong Human Computer Studies Stubbs, Thomas
2:30
2:45 Biologic Ground Truth Minkley, Waggoner Travel to demonstration site
3:00 Adjourn
3:15 Break
Rover Demonstration: Terrain Capability, Precision Motions, Instrument & Plow Deployment Wagner, Teza, Heys, Williams, Jonak, Villa
3:30 Mission Planning Tompkins
3:45
4:00 Automomy: Executive & Instruments Muscettola, Simmons
4:15
4:30 Localization Deans, Villa
4:45 Navigation Jonak
5:00 Science-on-the-Fly Thompson, Niekum, Smith
5:15
5:30 Adjourn Adjourn
 
7:00 Dinner Dinner