The NOMAD SWT#23 conference co-sponsored by CO World will be held in Matsushima
Title: "International conference on new insights into Mars achieved by remote-sensing observation, numerical simulation, and laboratory experiment of trace gases (in cooperation with ExoMars-TGO/NOMAD SWT, CO world, TohokuU GP-EES) "
Date: January 16th Place: ELSI Mishima Hall
13:00 ~ 13:30 Opening Talk by Yuichiro Ueno, Tokyo Tech. EPS/ELSI
Can CO world create life?
13:30 ~ 14:30 Computational Chemistry Session
Eric Smith, ELSI (20 min)
Deducing network organization from rules: example of sugar-phosphate chemistry
Christoph Flamm, University of Vienna (20 min)
Network autocatalysis: its definition, topological detection, and dynamical importance
Jakob Andersen, University of Southern Denmark (20 min)
Graph-grammar chemistry: the conceptual framework and computational implementation
14:30 ~ 14:40 Break
14:40 ~ 16:10 Biological Chemistry Session
Joseph Kirschvink, ELSI (20 min)
Terrestrial metabolism evolve on the Noachian glaciers of Tharsis
Shino Suzuki, JAXA (20 min)
Biology of CO world
Yuto Fukuyama, JAMSTEC (20 min)
Current view of CO utilizing microorganisms
Tomonari Sumi, Okayama University (25 min)
Kinetics of the ancestral carbon metabolism pathways in deep-branching bacteria and archaea
16:10 ~ 16:20 Break
16:20 ~ 17:05 Online Talk by Prof. Joseph Moran, University of Strasbourg (45 min)
Chemical Analogs of Metabolic Pathways
17:05 ~ 18:10 Prebiotic Chemistry Session
Norio Kitadai, JAMSTEC (25 min)
Chemistry of CO world: progress report 2022
Hideshi Ooka, RIKEN (15 min)
Towards Quantitative Predictions of Chemical Reaction Networks
Satoshi Okada, JAMSTEC (Invited talk, 25 min)
Micro- and atomic structures of sulfide minerals under geoelectrochemical conditions
18:10 ~ 18:20 Break
18:20 ~ 18:55 Panel Discussion
18:55 ~ 19:00 Closing, Group Photo
*Presentation time includes Q&A
The PIs of the CO world project (Yuichiro Ueno, Norio Kitadai, Shino Suzuki, Kazumi Ozaki) are conveners of the Union Session U-08, Biogeochemistry of CO world.
Dates for the Oral, On-site and Online poster U-08 Sessions (Geochemistry of CO worlds) are available
Members of the Theory group will be co-chairing a session at Theme 1: From dust to habitable worlds.
Session Title: 1f - Exoplanet atmospheric characterization, interior-surface-atmosphere interactions, and planetary habitability
After the detection of more than 5000 exoplanets during the past three decades, new and upcoming advanced telescopes aim to unveil the chemistry of the atmospheres of terrestrial-type exoplanets, potentially including a handful of habitable zone planets. Molecules made of C, H, N, O, and S elements are expected to be the first ones to be detected from the atmosphere of Earth-sized exoplanets. One of the main objectives of this theme is “planetary habitability, which defines the physicochemical conditions at the surface of a planet required for life to develop”. Since first suggested, numerous reports about probiotic synthesis under CO atmospheres and its implications for the origins of life have been reported. Additionally, atmospheres with a variety of carbon redox state (CO2/CO/CH4) have been suggested as an intermediary step in the evolution of rocky planets. Some key questions are: How do the surface and interior of a planet affect the atmosphere chemistry? What are the implications on the origin of life as we know it?
This session brings together planetary and exoplanet scientists specializing in various domains including interior-atmosphere coupling, planetary redox states, ocean-atmosphere interactions, ocean chemistry, atmosphere radiative transfer, thermochemical equilibrium and kinetics, photochemistry, experimental petrology, isotope and chamber studies, volatile cycling, geochemical cycling, habitable zone climates, geodynamics and thermal evolution, to address exoplanet atmospheric characterization, interior-surface-atmosphere interactions, and planetary habitability
This session will provide a fertile ground for scientists from multiple disciplines where ideas and findings from one field can inform, influence, and promote other fields.
Submit your abstract by March 1st!
Support for Publication Costs:
The CO world Research Area provides support for publication expenses, including open access expenses, for academic papers related to research results obtained. The conditions for application are as follows
1: The paper must be related to CO world research.
One of the author(s) of the paper must be a representative or a co-leader of the CO world research area.
If you meet these conditions and wish to receive support for publication costs, please send an email to the CO world Secretariat (co_world_at_eps.sci.titech.ac.jp where _at_ is "@") with a copy of your manuscript for submission. Please also include the following information
Name of the journal in which you plan to publish
Expected date of publication
Expected publication cost
Name of principal investigator(s) or subinvestigator(s) to be included as author(s) of the paper
Summary of the results of the CO world research and the reason for requesting support (<300 words)
The CO world secretariat and the project team will decide whether to accept or reject the application.
Please note that at the time of application, support for publication costs is not guaranteed.
1/9/2022 Transformative Research Areas (A) is open for Publicly Offered Research applications, see Others section.
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