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A Agenda for the Workshop Held by the Panel on Implementing Recommendations from New Worlds, New Horizons Decadal Survey NOVEMBER 7, 2010 BECKMAN CENTER, IRVINE, CALIFORNIA Open Session 12:30 p.m. Introduction William Colglazier, NRC Executive Officer 12:40 Background and Agenda for Discussion Charles Kennel and Adam Burrows, Panel Co-Chairs 12:45 Precision Cosmology and Dark Energy with Alexandre Réfrégier, Euclid PI, Service Euclid: European Perspective d’Astrophysique, Saclay 1:15 Status of ESA Plans for M-Class Missions Fabio Favata, Head, ESA Science Planning and Community Coordination Office 1:30 NASA-ESA Joint Plans for M/L-Class Jon Morse, NASA Astrophysics Collaboration Fabio Favata, ESA 1:45 Discussion with Fabio Favata and Jon Morse All 2:05 Euclid Science: U.S. Perspective (including Steve Kahn, Stanford University Q&A) 2:25 WFIRST and Euclid David Weinberg, Ohio State University 2:45 The Astro2010 Program: Roger Blandford, Stanford University, An Integrated Plan for 2010-2021 (including Astro2010 Chair Q&A) 3:35 The U.S. Plan for Implementation of WFIRST Jon Morse, NASA Astrophysics and Outlook for NASA Astrophysics (including Q&A) 4:05 Implementation of LSST and Other William F. Brinkman, DOE Science Complementary Programs by DOE and NSF Dennis Kovar, DOE High Energy Physics (including Q&A) Vern Pankonin, NSF Astronomy 14
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4:20 OSTP Views (including Q&A) Carl Wieman Office of Science and Technology Policy 4:35 Public Comment 5:00 Concluding Remarks Charles Kennel and Adam Burrows, Panel Co-Chairs 5:15 Adjourn Public Session Closed Session 5:30 Session Starts—Panel Discussion 9:30 Session Ends 15