Poster Sessions will take place on Monday afternoon (10 June) and Wednesday afternoon (12 April) at the Polifunzionale Hall.

Poster Size
Each poster board has a dimension of 100 cm (width) x 200 cm (height). Posters, portrait orientation, must not exceed 100 cm on width and 120 cm on height to fit the assigned space and be easily readable.

All poster contributions will have a number and an assigned space on poster boards.

Mounting the Posters
Posters of group 1 can be mounted Monday afternoon and removed on Wednesday afternoon. Posters of group 2 can be mounted on Wednesday afternoon and may be removed on Friday morning, before the end of the workshop.

All necessary material for poster display (pins, etc) will be provided on site.

Author Title Abstract
Cochrane Errors and Artifacts in the Magellan Imagery of the Surface of Venus Abstrac
Nunes Stereo-Derived Topography To Aid Emissivity Estimates at Tesserae on Venus Abstrac
Peter A global comparison between VeRa radio science observations of the Venus dayside ionosphere and the IonA model Abstrac
Russell ULF and ELF Electromagnetic Waves in the Venus Ionosphere: Separating Atmospheric and Magnetosheath Sources Abstrac
Stenberg Solar wind precipitation on Venus Abstrac
Molaverdikhani A new dawn-dusk asymmetry in the photoelectron flux of Venus’s Ionosphere Abstrac
Ogohara Limb fitting and cloud tracking for the study of the Venus atmosphere Abstrac
Widemann Mesospheric Temperature at Terminator using SDO/HMI Aureole Photometry, DST/FIRS CO2 absorption spectroscopy and comparison with Venus Express Abstrac
Ando Vertical structure of the Venus vortex Abstrac
Fukuhara Temperature variation of the cloud top of Venus obtained by photometry observation by LIR onboard Akatsuki Abstrac
Piccialli Gravity waves in Venus mesosphere observed by the Venus Monitoring Camera on board Venus Express Abstrac
Marinangeli Polar Vortex: a common element of the Earth and Venus Abstrac
Peralta Towards a general classification of atmospheric waves on Venus Abstrac
Yamamoto Simulation of Venus’ polar vortex in the presence of diurnal thermal tide Abstrac
Machado Venus cloud tops winds with ground-based Doppler velocimetry and comparison with cloud tracking method Abstrac
Soret The time evolution of O2(a1Δ) individual observations acquired by VIRTIS-M on board Venus Express Abstrac
Svedhem The variable upper atmosphere of Venus - data from drag and torque measurements by Venus Express Abstrac
López-Valverde Mapping the lower thermosphere of Venus using VIRTIS/VEx Nadir non-LTE observations at 4.3 um Abstrac
Migliorini Visible and Infrared nightglow investigation in the Venus atmosphere by means of VIRTIS on Venus Express Abstrac
García-Muñoz Global imaging of the Venus O2 visible nightglow with the Venus Monitoring Camera Abstrac
Gray The Effect of Coronal Mass Ejections and Solar Flares on the Venusian Nightglow Abstrac
Anderson Mt. Etna and the Eistla volcanoes: Comparative studies to constrain venusian volcano evolution and flow emplacement Abstrac
Bougher/Parkinson Temperatures in Venus' Lower Thermosphere: Comparison of VTGCM and SOIR Profiles at the Terminator Abstrac
Author Title Abstract
Fedorova Observations of the near-IR nightside windows of Venus during Maxwell Montes transits by SPICAV IR onboard Venus Express Abstrac
Iwagami Ground-based IR observation of oxygen isotope ratios in the Venus atmosphere Abstrac
Oschlisniok Abundance of sulfuric acid vapor in the Venus atmosphere derived from the Venus Express Radio Science Experiment VeRa Abstrac
Cottini Water vapor near the cloud tops of Venus from VIRTIS Venus Express day side data Abstrac
Lorenz On the Possibility of Gamma Ray Flashes from Venusian Lightning Abstrac
Mills Modeling and observations of mesospheric sulfur chemistry Abstrac
Robert Spectral inventory of the SOIR spectra onboard Venus Express Abstrac
Stolzenbach Three-dimensional modelling of Venus photochemistry Abstrac
Jessup Variations in Venus’ cloud top SO2 and SO gas density with latitude and time of day Abstrac
Politi VIRTIS-VEX data analysis for the study of the Venus Abstrac
Carlson Progress in a refined calibration of the Venus Express VIRTIS-M instrument with application to Venus’s ultraviolet absorber Abstrac
Enomoto Venusian upper hazes observed by Imaging-Polarimetry system HOPS Abstrac
Kuroda Latitudinal cloud structure in the Venusian northern hemisphere evaluated from Venus Express/VIRTIS observations Abstrac
Rossi Study of Venus cloud layers by polarimetry using SPICAV/VEx Abstrac
Takagi High-altitude source for the Venus’ upper haze found by SOIR/Venus Express Abstrac
Takeshi Simulation of the formation, evaporation and transport of sulfuric acid clouds on Venus using a general circulation model Abstrac
Cimo Planetary Radio Interferometry and Doppler Experiments for current and future Venusian missions Abstrac
Molera Calves Interplanetary scintillations study retrieved from Venus Express communications signal Abstrac
Pluchino Using Venus Express to perform sounding experiments on lunar ionosphere Abstrac
Rafkin A compact, Low Power Tunable Laser Spectrometer for Trace Gas Measurement in the Venus Atmosphere Abstrac
Rodin A compact, lightweight infrared heterodyne spectrometer for studies of Venus atmosphere Abstrac
Perez-Hoyos Analysis of MESSENGER/MASCS data during second Venus flyby Abstrac

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