Accepted posters

List of accepted posters by Topic (presenting authors by alphabetical order; names of co-authors are not listed here)
The labels in brackets after presenter’s name correspond to posterboard numbers in the exhibition hall (labels were assigned by chronological order of submission). Abstracts are available online in the detailed schedule.

List of poster topics (click on topic for direct access):

P1. Origins: From Stars to Life (P1-1 to P1-31)
P2. Biosignatures and Clues of Life (P2-1 to P2-37)
P3. Early Earth Processes (P3-1 to P3-15)
P4. Exoplanets and Habitability (P4-1 to P4-23)
P5. Early and Minimal Life (P5-1 to P5-53)
P6. Prebiotic Chemistry (P6-1 to P6-108)
P7. Past and Present Solar System (P7-1 to P7-22)
P8. Evolutionary Perspectives… (P8-1 to P8-17)
P9. Outreach, Education, History of Sciences (P9-1 to P9-19)

P1. Origins: From Stars to Life

Borget, Fabien (P1-12) : Prebiotic molecules in the interstellar medium, glycine precursor and its potential formation.
Capalbo, Fernando Javier (P1-21) : VUV absorption cross section of benzene, relevance for Titan’s atmosphere
Chopra, Aditya (P1-22) : What do the elemental abundances tell us about the universality of life?
Chopra, Aditya (P1-25) : Elemental insights into the site of the origin and early evolution of life on Earth.
Cieza, Lucas (P1-31) : Observing Planet Formation in Nearby Transition Disks
Czyzewska, Urszula Katarzyna (P1-16) : From Stars to Life: What does astrobiology tell us about the origin of life?
Danger, Grégoire (P1-2) : Complex organic residue analysis with very high resolution mass spectroscopy: a new analytical approach for the understanding of the organic matter evolution in astrophysical environments.
de Marcellus, Pierre (P1-1) : Experimental evidence for an astrophysical scenario at the origin of biomolecular asymmetry
Despois, Didier (P1-13) : Small scale chemical heterogeneity in Orion: towards different flavours of planets ?
Dunér, David (P1-23) : Astrobiology: Past, Present, and Future
Duvernay, Fabrice (P1-3) : New insight on HMT formation in interstellar ice analogs
Dworkin, Jason P. (P1-4) : Distinct Purine Distribution in Carbonaceous Chondrites
Ellinger, Yves (P1-11) : Minimum Energy Principle and aminoacids in meteorites
Gibb, Erika (P1-5) : Searching for Prebiotically Important Molecules in Protoplanetary Disks
Guillemin, Jean-Claude (P1-9) : Isocyanides: from the Interstellar Medium to the Prebiotic Chemistry
Hansma, Helen Greenwood (P1-19) : A hypothesis for the origin of life in which almost everything can go wrong
Kobayashi, Kensei (P1-6) : Formation, alteration and delivery of complex amino acid precursors of interstellar origin with high molecular weight – Experimental verification on ground and in space
Mattia, Elio (P1-24) : Perspectives on the Origins of Life: How a Systems Chemistry Approach Might Help [poster cancelled]
Modica, Paola (P1-30) : Organic residues from UV photochemistry of ices as a template for further prebiotic processes
Nowak, Piotr (P1-27) : Dynamic combinatorial chemistry: determination of binding affinities with DCLFit and library distributions from LC-ELSD measurments
Paulino-Lima, Ivan Gláucio (P1-29) : Survivability of Deinococcus radiodurans to laboratory-simulated solar wind charged particles
Pohorille, Andrew (P1-18) : Is Water Necessary for Life?
Rimola, Albert (P1-7) : Interstellar Glycine Formation Occurring at Surfaces of Ice Water Dust Grain Particles under Ionizing Effects. A Computational Study
Snytnikov, Valeriy (P1-8) : Conditions for Origin of Life in Circumstellar Disk
Sugahara, Haruna (P1-10) : Shock chemistry of amino acids: implication for extraterrestrial delivery of prebiotic materials
Summers, David (P1-17) : Energy transduction inside vesicles by mineral particles: formation of NADH
Szuszkiewicz, Ewa (P1-26) : Occurrence of the 2:1 commensurability in a gas giant – Super-Earth system
Takahashi, Jun-Ichi (P1-20) : Asymmetric Reactions of Amino-Acid Precursor Molecules by Circularly Polarized Light from Free Electron Laser
Takahashi, Jun-Ichi (P1-28) : Chiroptical Properties of Organic Molecules Induced by Polarized Quantum Beam Irradiation
Wei, Chenyu (P1-14) : Preferential uptake of ribose by primitive cells might explain why RNA was favored over its analogs
Zellner, Nicolle (P1-15) : Chemistry and Astrochemistry of Simple Sugars: Implications for Asteroid, Meteorite, or Comet Delivery

P2. Biosignatures and Clues of Life

Amils, Ricardo (P2-37) : Methanogenesis in conditions on Mars
Bassez, Marie-Paule (P2-17) : Detection of Molecular Biosignatures Inside Rocks
Bassez, Marie-Paule (P2-34) : Organic Microstructures
Brückner, Hans (P2-11) : Screening of filamentous fungi for peptides containing Aib and D,L-Iva
Chacón B., Elizabeth (P2-12) : Marine Cretaceous Stromatolites from the Cupido Formation in northeast México
Chacon, Elizabeth (P2-13) : Biomineralization in Fossil and Recent Stromatolites from Bahia Concepcion, México
Chassefière, Éric (P2-15) : Clues to a possible biological origin of methane on Mars
Conley, Catharine (P2-35) : Planetary Protection and the Search for Life
Couradeau, Estelle (P2-21) : Early fossilization process of Cyanobacteria associated with modern stromatolites of Alchichica alkaline lake (Mexico)
Dachwald, Bernd (P2-10) : Development and Testing of a Subsurface Probe for Detection of Life in Deep Ice
Derveni, Mariliza (P2-5) : Detecting Molecular Signatures of Life on Mars: The Life Marker Chip (LMC) Instrument
Dobrijevic, Michel (P2-36) : Relevance of antibodies and aptamers based instruments for planetary exploration
Feuillie, Cécile (P2-18) : Specific DNA detection by SERRS: toward older biosignatures
Foucher, Frédéric (P2-19) : Raman spectroscopy of Precambrian microfossils from the Draken formation: a useful tool for identifying biosignatures in ancient materials.
Freissinet, Caroline (P2-20) : Looking for clues of extinct or extant Martian life: elaboration of an experimental device for the in situ enantiomeric separation of chiral organic molecules of exobiological interest
Gérard, Emmanuelle (P2-28) : Three dimensional Raman/molecular fluorescence imaging of modern stromatolites as a tool to link species identification and associated carbonates
Gourier, Didier (P2-14) : 1H, 13C and 31P Nuclear Magnetic Biosignatures in Precambrian Cherts
Guerrero, Julia (P2-24) : Characterization physico-chemical and biological of minerals obtained from Rio Tinto’s water (Martian analog)
Hu, Renyu (P2-32) : Can Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Be a Biosignature in a Habitable Exoplanet?
Kawai, Jun (P2-16) : Phosphatase activity as a biomarker for extant life in extreme environments
Kornacka, Ewa Maria (P2-22) : Radiation Chemistry of DNA as Origins of Life Connection
Kral, Timothy (P2-23) : Methanogens: A Model for Martian Life
Le Campion, Paul (P2-26) : Bio-enhanced mineralization: the case of Ca-Mg carbonates to trace life.
Léger, Alain (P2-4) : Is the presence of oxygen on an exoplanet a reliable biomarker?
Mejía Guamán, Christian Fernando (P2-1) : Ion desorption from frozen CH­4 and N­2 after irradiation by MeV heavy ions
Miura, Yasunori (P2-27) : Fossil Materials at Air- and Fluid-Bearing Earth-Type Planets
Monga, Mukesh (P2-2) : The Quantitative analysis of the effect of Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) on the rate of formation of Hydroxyls & Water on Moon’s Surface
Noblet, Audrey (P2-6) : Possible oxidants at Mars surface and their impact on organic matter
Pinti, Daniele (P2-8) : Anomalous 15N-rich ammonium in 3.5 Ga cherts from South Africa: pristine biological or post-depositional altered signal?
Poch, Olivier (P2-7) : Mars Organic Molecules Irradiation and Evolution (MOMIE): assessing the processes impacting organic matter at Mars surface and subsurface.
Rodrigues, Fabio (P2-31) : The Role of Carotenoids as Spectroscopic Biosignatures
Rull, Fernando (P2-25) : Analysis and absorption-interaction of Amino-acids on basaltic mineral surfaces under Martian Atmospheres conditions
Sparks, William (P2-30) : Circular Polarization as a Remote Sensing Diagnostic of Chirality
Stalport, Fabien (P2-9) : Detecting organic compounds in Mars analogue materials using chemical derivatization and gas chromatography mass spectrometry
Sterzik, Michael (P2-3) : Probing Chiral Signatures with Astronomical Instrumentation: Life on Earth as Benchmark
Wallis, Max (P2-33) : Siliceous Fragments in Space Micro-dust: evidence on the Diatom Hypothesis

P3. Early Earth Processes

Bourbin, Mathilde (P3-8) : Biogeochemical study of Silurian and Precambrian cherts : reassessing the use of EPR for the dating of kerogen in Precambrian cherts
Claire, Mark (P3-12) : Earth’s atmospheric evolution as constrained by sedimentary sulfur deposits
Hamilton, Trinity (P3-7) : Environmental Constraints on the Distribution, Diversity, and Activity of Biological Nitrogen Fixation in the Yellowstone Geothermal Complex
Horvath, Jorge E (P3-6) : Quantifying the biological damage of Gamma-Ray Bursts on the Earth and rocky planets
Kasting, James (P3-3) : Availability of O2 and H2O2 on the Pre-photosynthetic Earth
Lennie, Alistair (P3-15) : Structures and properties of metal sulfites: possible phases on the early Earth
Lyons, James (P3-14) : Mass-independent fractionation of sulfur by SO2 photolysis
Maadi, Hamid (P3-13) : Early Ozone Production on the Earth
Miura, Yasunori (P3-9) : Progressive Dynamic Formation of Three States in Life Formation on the Earth-Type Planets
Nguyen, Duc Thanh (P3-10) : Evaluation potential of abiotic and biotic methane formation fueled by olivine dissolution.
Ohmoto, Hiroshi (P3-2) : Geochemical Cycles of Bio-essential Elements on Early Earth
Serozhkin, Yuriy (P3-11) : Lightning’s Discharges in Earth’s Early Atmosphere
Souza, Valeria (P3-1) : The Cuatro Cienegas Bolson in Coahuila, Mexico: an astrobiological Precambrian park
Tian, Feng (P3-4) : HCN formation in Archean Earth’s Atmosphere [poster cancelled]
Westall, Frances (P3-5) : First direct evidence of photosynthesis in a 3.3 Ga-old microbial mat

P4. Exoplanets and Habitability

Allard, France (P4-1) : Model Atmospheres for Stars and Brown Dwarfs : A Big Step Forwards !
Allard, France (P4-2) : Global Simulations of a Young Extrasolar Planet in Presence of Cloud Formation and Rotation : Implications for Their Spectral Signatures.
Arnold, Luc (P4-12) : The Moon to see our Earth as a single dot or in transit: biosignatures from atmosphere and ground in the visible spectrum
Azua-Bustos, Armando (P4-5) : The Amazing Atacama Desert: How to Survive with no Water
Cosmovici, Cristiano (P4-6) : Search for the Water 22 GHz MASER Line in Planetary Systems ( The ITASEL project)
Coudé du Foresto, Vincent (P4-19) : EChO, the Exoplanet Characterization Observatory
de Vladar, Harold P. (P4-3) : Breaking the “Great Silence”: the game of active SETI
Domagal-Goldman, Shawn (P4-14) : The Organic-Mediated Habitable Zone
Galante, Douglas (P4-7) : Microphysics of the Deposition of Energy by Cosmic Rays on Microorganisms
Grenfell, John Lee (P4-21) : Potential Biosignatures in Super-Earth Atmospheres: Photochemical Responses
Hamilton, Timothy (P4-22) : Can Quasar Host Galaxies Support Life?
Hébrard, Éric (P4-23) : Hot Jupiters photo-thermo-chemistry: from experimental measurements to numerical modelling
Heller, René (P4-18) : Tidal equilibrium and the habitability of extrasolar planets
Kissler-Patig, Markus (P4-4) : Exoplanet characterisation with (future) ground-based telescopes
Ksanfomality, Leonid V. (P4-8) : Looking for Life in High Temperature Worlds
Leitner, Johannes (P4-9) : Metallicities of planet-hosting G-stars and their implications for terrestrial-like planets – a statistical analysis
Meadows, Victoria S (P4-13) : Detecting Extrasolar Planetary Habitability: Sensitivity to Surface Temperature
Méndez, Abel (P4-15) : Measuring the Habitability of Earth and Earth-like Exoplanets from Diurnal and Seasonal Light Curves
Robinson, Tyler D. (P4-10) : Once in a Pale Blue Dot: Simulated Observations of an Extrasolar Earth-Moon System
Rojo, Patricio (P4-17) : Extrasolar Planet Research at U de Chile
Schneider, Dana (P4-20) : Extremophile Desiccation Resistance: Thermally Stable Proteins in Rotifer Resting Eggs
Segura, Antigona (P4-11) : Habitability of Gliese 581d: atmospheric models and spectra
Wordsworth, Robin (P4-16) : Evaporating exoplanets as cradles for the development of microbial life

P5. Early and Minimal Life

Allen, Michelle A. (P5-15) : Lipid biomarker profiles of microbial mats and stromatolites from Hamelin Pool, Shark Bay, Western Australia
Allen, Michelle A. (P5-27) : A role for genome plasticity in the evolution and cold adaptation of the psychrophilic archaeon Methanococcoides burtonii
Altamura, Emiliano (P5-39) : In Vitro and in Silico Study of the Enzymatic Lipid Vesicles Time Behaviour
Attwater, James (P5-7) : Ice as a medium for RNA replication
Balleza, Daniel (P5-30) : An experimental study on the ‘lipid divide’: phase behavior of mixtures of n-acyl and polyprenyl lipids
Bernhardt, Harold S (P5-41) : The ribonucleic acid world: did it evolve at low pH?
Bernhardt, Harold S (P5-42) : Small RNAs illuminate the dawn of coded protein synthesis
Biondi, Elisa (P5-33) : Substrate interactions by metabolic RNA: a double-site acting kinase ribozyme
Blain, J. Craig (P5-44) : 2′-Amino-Threose Nucleic Acids as Potential Self-Replicating Polymers
Boswell, Nicholas William Bradford (P5-45) : The Positive Cooperation of a GTPase and an Fe-S Protein: The Interaction of Two Functions Likely Present During Abiogenesis
Bowman, Jessica C. (P5-34) : Domain Structure of the Ribosomal Large Subunit: The Search for Coopted RNA Structures in the Ribosome
Briones, Carlos (P5-25) : A stepwise, modular evolution-based model for the origin of the RNA World
Budin, Itay (P5-6) : The physical basis for the early evolution of cell membranes
Carrara, Paolo (P5-24) : Colonies of giant vesicles as models of primitive cell communities.
Carrara, Paolo (P5-36) : Quantitative study and stochastic modeling of the physical and chemical heterogeneity in a population of cell-like compartments
Damer, Bruce (P5-49) : CREATR: a complex, multistage model for the origin of life
Danelon, Christophe (P5-3) : A Discontinuous Protocellular Life Scenario in a Porous Mineral Matrix
de Vladar, Harold (P5-5) : Early determinants of the genetic code
Feuillie, Cécile (P5-11) : Adsorption of DNA on Fe-Mg rich phyllosilicates characteristics of early oceanic environments
Gill, Zann (P5-9) : LUCA (Last Universal Common Ancestor): A cross-platform, open-source software coding model
Goldman, Aaron David (P5-4) : Reconstructing the Enzymatic and Metabolic Capabilities of Early Lifeforms Through Bioinformatic Metaconsensus
Guimaraes, Romeu (P5-2) : The self-referential genetic code becoming experimental for synthetic biology
Haines, Thomas (P5-28) : Proton Pumping: Life’s Energy Machine from Prebiotic Times to Today.
Hernandez-Morales, Ricardo (P5-19) : The Role of Paralogous Duplications in Early Protein Evolution
Ikehara, Kenji (P5-8) : Significance of Protein 0th-order Structure for the Origin of Life
Islas, Sara (P5-22) : Determination of the gene complement of the last common ancestor: a critical comparison of different bioinformatic methodologies
Kaddour, Hussein (P5-52) : The Hammerhead Ribozyme, a “living fossil” of the RNA world
Kakegawa, Takeshi (P5-10) : New evidence of early life found in >3.74 Ga meta-sedimentary rocks of Isua Supracrustal Belt, Greenland
Leitner, Johannes (P5-12) : What can we learn from GFAJ-1 for defining life?
Lombard, Jonathan (P5-16) : Lipid membranes in the cenancestor: did they exist and how were they?
Malkin, Vladimir (P5-51) : Bacterial Plasmids – Relicts of RNA World?
Markovitch, Omer (P5-14) : High Self-Catalysis Leads to Evolutionary ‘Dead-End’
Mattia, Elio (P5-29) : Product inhibition-free autocatalysis leads to competition between self-assembling replicators emerging from a dynamic combinatorial library
Maurel, Marie-Christine (P5-46) : Replication of the Avocado sunblotch viroid in the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Mavelli, Fabio (P5-38) : Ribocell Population Modelling
Nikkanen, Lauri (P5-18) : Evolutionary history of ATP-synthases provides clues for the origin and early function of membranes and membrane proteins
Ortiz Aldana, Daniel Dario (P5-20) : Evolution of Lipid Metabolism in Archaea
Pepi, Milva (P5-23) : Arsenic as an electron acceptor for bacterial metabolism, as an example of bacterial adaptation
Prywes, Noam (P5-47) : In vitro evolution of an RNA polymerase ribozyme
Rajamani, Sudha (P5-53) : The prebiotic evolutionary advantage of transferring genetic information from RNA to DNA
Rapoport (-Agal’tsov), Victor (P5-50) : Stable Stacked Aggregates of Nitric Bases — First Genetics Matrixes
Ricardo, Alonso (P5-43) : Self-replicating Darwinian chemical systems
Rivas, Mario (P5-21) : The iron-sulfur autotrophic theory of the origin of life: a critical assessment based on transition metal binding signatures in protein components of the translation machinery
Schneider, Dana M. (P5-37) : Resurrection of Prebiotic Assemblies: Interactions of Ancestral rRNA with Ancestral Peptides
Southgate, Christopher (P5-13) : Interpretation in Proto-biotic Systems: proposal for a minimal molecular semiotic entity
Stano, Pasquale (P5-35) : Spontaneous concentration and crowding of ribosomes and proteins inside liposomes: A model for the origin of primitive cells
Strazewski, Peter (P5-1) : Amphiphilic Peptidyl-RNA Anchored to (Glyco)Lipidic Vesicles [poster cancelled]
Oishi, Tadashi (P5-26) : Simultaneous Cognitive Origin of Life and Information : Origin of Life as a ‘‘Minimum Cognitive System’’ [formerly presented by Koji Ohnishi]
Taran, Oxana (P5-17) : Microbial mats from alkaline hot springs in Barguzin basin (Baikal Rift Zone) as a model for studying early ecosystem and mineral formation
Vaidya, Nilesh (P5-31) : Can a cooperative network of RNA replicators meet criteria for a hypercycle?
Vergenz, Robert (P5-48) : Convergence Pathways from Primordial Stochastic Origins to Primitive Genome-Directed Synthesis
Wartell, Roger M. (P5-32) : Formation of Intermolecular RNA Complexes in Frozen Solution
Williams, Loren (P5-40) : Ribosomal Paleontology: Macromolecular Fossils from before Coded Protein

P6. Prebiotic Chemistry

Adam, Pierre (P6-56) : A novel C-C bond forming reaction of prebiotic interest: The reductive coupling of aldehydes by H2S in aqueous solutions
Adrian-Scotto, Martine (P6-107) : Amino acids : new results in computation of Electronic Circular Dichroism Spectra
Aguilar-Ovando, Ellen Yvette (P6-42) : Influence of Mineral Surfaces in the Development and Stabilization of Organic Molecules in Prebiotic Conditions
Albarède, Francis (P6-105) : A Niche for Early Life in Early Archean Serpentine Mud Volcanoes at Isua, Greenland
Albarran, Guadalupe (P6-2) : Radiolytic products from carbonates: Implications for the prebiotic Earth.
Aldersley, Michael F. (P6-60) : The Role of Montmorillonite in its Catalysis of RNA Synthesis
Aldersley, Michael F. (P6-61) : Catalysis of an exclusive RNA Dimer Synthesis by Montmorillonite
Bacchus, Marie-Christine (P6-3) : Radiation action in biomolecular systems: direct and indirect processes in ion-biomolecule collisions
Barge, Laura M. (P6-67) : Pyrophosphate Generation Via an Ambient Proton-Motive Force: Laboratory Tests of an Alkaline Hydrothermal Origin-of-Life Scenario
Beard, Trevor (P6-34) : An Evaluation of the Inefficiency Objection in Origin of Life Theories: A Lesson from Simpson’s Paradox
Bellini, Tommaso (P6-7) : Liquid-crystalline self-assembly of nucleic acids: a new pathway for the prebiotic elongation of RNA?
Bertrand, Marylène (P6-45) : Effects of VUV photochemistry on prebiotic organic molecules in low Earth orbit and in laboratories
Black, Roy (P6-48) : Adenine, a component of nucleotides, interacts with decanoic acid, a possible component of the first cellular membranes
Blank, Jennifer (P6-89) : Impact Delivery of Prebiotic Molecules to Planetary Surfaces: Chemical Modeling
Bryant, David (P6-8) : Anaerobic Corrosion of Iron Meteorites on the Early Earth. Routes to high energy intermediates.
Caprioli, Francesca (P6-20) : Self-propagation of amino acids: further step towards the chemical origin of Life
Cleaves, Henderson (P6-36) : A Search for Maillard Products in the Murchison Meteorite
Cocho, Germinal (P6-86) : Chiral nanotubes in the interstellar medium and the origen of biological chirality
Colin-Garcia, Maria (P6-41) : Cyanide complexes formation and their role in chemical evolution processes
Cooper, George (P6-88) : Citric acid, pyruvic acid, and homologs in carbonaceous meteorites: identifications and possible synthetic origins
Cooper, George (P6-92) : Enantiomeric Excesses in Meteoritic Sugar Acids
Damer, Bruce (P6-25) : The EvoGrid: in silico simulation grid for origin of life endeavours
Danger, Grégoire (P6-11) : A chemical reactor for peptide formation, elongation and accumulation on the Primitive Earth, and its implication for the emergence of homochirality.
Das, Ankan (P6-30) : Formation of complex molecules on the Interstellar grain under various Interstellar conditions
Daugey, Nicolas (P6-106) : Photochemistry of coronene and pyrene adsorbed on or trapped in water ices
de la Escosura Navazo, Andres (P6-64) : A ‘Systems Chemistry’ Perspective on the Origins of Life
de Marcellus, Pierre (P6-40) : Prebiotic Significance of Extraterrestrial Ice Photochemistry: Detection of Hydantoin in Organic Residues
del Gaudio, Rosanna (P6-87) : Complexity, self-organization and catalytic activities of peculiar (life-like) metallorganic entities generated on Earth from or below mineral iron surfaces.
Delidovich, Irina (P6-29) : Photoinduced catalytic synthesis of biologically important metabolites from formaldehyde and ammonia
Demina, Olga Victorovna (P6-95) : Peptides Synthesis under Thermal Synthesis Mode
Doerr, Mark (P6-69) : Template Directed Oligomer Ligation in Eutectic Phases in Water-Ice
Dondi, Daniele (P6-94) : Parity violation effects in heavy atom containing compounds.
Dondi, Daniele (P6-99) : Plasma spark discharge promoted prebiotic reaction of CO2 / sea water aerosol
Ferus, Martin (P6-104) : The Dissociation of Formamide and Simple Molecular Fragments as the Origin of Life
Furukawa, Yoshihiro (P6-76) : Oligomerization of valine under high temperature and high pressure conditions
Gasda, Patrick J. (P6-35) : Raman Microscopy: a Technique for Monitoring Pre-Biotic Reactions on Mineral Surfaces
Gautier, Thomas (P6-32) : Nitrile reactivity in Titan’s atmosphere
Gautier, Thomas (P6-33) : Prebiotic solid material from a Titan’s atmospheric simulation
Gontareva, Natalia (P6-84) : Extraterrestrial and Terrestrial Minerals in « BION » Flight Experiment: Selection of the Best Matrix for Photochemical Processes
Groen, Joost (P6-59) : Effects of the incorporation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons into fatty acid membranes on vesicle size, stability and permeability
Guillemin, Jean-Claude (P6-57) : Phase Transitions of Non-Racemic Mixtures of Enantiomers: A Path towards Homochirality
Herschy, Barry (P6-97) : Chemical Processing of Meteorites : Implications for Abiogenesis
Higgs, Paul (P6-100) : Comparison of the Roles of Nucleotide Synthesis, Polymerization, and Recombination in the Origin of Autocatalytic Sets of RNAs.
Jheeta, Sohan (P6-1) : The irradiation of methyl cyanide (CH3CN) ice at 15 K with 200 keV protons
Joshi, Neelambari (P6-91) : Iron-sulfur cluster biosynthesis – understanding the transition from the nonliving to the living Earth
Joshi, Prakash (P6-66) : Progress towards Demonstrating Homochirality in Prebiotic RNA Synthesis
Kamaluddin, Kamaluddin (P6-14) : Role of Iron Oxides in the Oligomerization of Glycine and Alanine: Implication in Chemical Evolution
Kamaluddin, Kamaluddin (P6-17) : Adsorption of Ribose Nucleotides on Manganese Oxides with Varied Mn/O Ratio: Implication in Chemical Evolution
Kanamaru, Hiroshi (P6-74) : Analyses of thermal proteinoid from monoammonium malate and formation of proteinoid microsphere.
Karasawa, Shinji (P6-22) : The chemical evolution that was caused by adaptability of electronic structure on carbon atom
Kawamura, Kunio (P6-43) : The role of minerals for the formation of oligopeptide using a newly developed mineral-mediated hydrothermal reactor system
Kobayashi, Kensei (P6-72) : Formation of amino acid precursors and their aggregates in possible primitive Earth environments including submarine hydrothermal systems
Kompanichenko, Vladimir (P6-37) : Organic matter in Kamchatka hydrothermal systems and its application to the origin-of-life scenario
Kompanichenko, Vladimir (P6-38) : South-Kamchatka hydrothermal model for the origin of life
Kubelík, Petr (P6-103) : The Formation and Chemistry of Reactive Species Produced in a Formamide Pulse Discharge: a Study of the Possible Precursors of Biomolecules
Kumar, Anand (P6-18) : Interaction of Metal Octacyanomolybdates with Ribose Nucleotides: Implications in Chemical Evolution
Lambert, Jean-François (P6-85) : Prebiotic scenarii and surface science
Larson, Brian (P6-82) : Interpretation by the DSNL-0 ribozyme and its implications to origins of life
Lindsey, Jonathan (P6-5) : Chemical model for the prebiogenesis of tetrapyrrole macrocycles
Majumdar, Liton (P6-31) : Formation of prebiotic molecules during the collapse of molecular cloud: A time dependent study
Mamajanov, Irena (P6-16) : Nucleic Acids in Non-Aqueous Environment
Marloie, Gaël (P6-63) : Theoretical approach to the emergence of homochirality
Marriott, Katie (P6-9) : From Simplicity to Complexity: Reduced Oxidation State Phosphorus in Prebiotic Chemistry.
Mateo-Marti, Eva (P6-65) : Surface science approach for molecular self-assembly in prebiotic chemistry
Maury, C. Peter J. (P6-24) : Formation of self-propagating amyloid-like fibrillar structures from EGGSVVAAD, a prebiotically plausible nonapeptide: Implications for the origins of life
Meierhenrich, Uwe (P6-10) : Formation and chiroptical properties of amino acids in simulated interstellar ices
Mellersh, Anthony (P6-15) : Why are we failing to make RNA?
Menor-Salvan, Cesar (P6-50) : A tholin with lactate dehydrogenase enzyme-mimic activity
Merli, Daniele (P6-93) : Photodegradation of Acetonitrile Under Simulated Prebiotic Anoxic Conditions
Mita, Hajime (P6-75) : Organic compounds exposure and organic compounds analyses of captured particles in TANPOPO mission.
Monnard, Pierre-Alain (P6-51) : Eutectic phases in water-ice : an efficient medium for biopolymerization
Mulkidjanian, Armen (P6-13) : Habitats of the first organisms
Munegumi, Toratane (P6-81) : Effect of Dissociation of Water Molecule by Plasma on Chemical Evolutionary Formation of Carbon Compounds
Munegumi, Toratane (P6-96) : Asparagine in Chemical Evolutionary Process
Negron-Mendoza, Alicia (P6-73) : Prebiotic Peptide Formation
Olasagasti, Felix (P6-47) : Non-enzymatic information transfer in a prebiotic environment
Osuna-Esteban, Susana (P6-52) : Magnetically induced enantioselective crystallization of sodium chlorate with hydrophobic amino acid impurities at the water-air interface
Otake, Tsubasa (P6-68) : Stability of amino acids and their oligomerization under high pressure conditions
Pienton, Cedric (P6-98) : Iron-sulfur cluster biosynthesis – understanding the transition from the nonliving to the living Earth
Ruiz-Mirazo, Kepa (P6-90) : Stationary reproduction in model protocells
Sakata, Kasumi (P6-101) : Effects of pH and temperature on dimerization rate of glycine: Evaluation of favorable environmental conditions for chemical evolution of life
Saladino, Raffaele (P6-46) : Photochemical processes based on Titanium dioxide produce intermediates of the citric acid cycle
Shanker, Uma (P6-12) : Role of Iron Oxides in the Formation of Nucleobases from Formamide: Implication in Chemical Evolution
Simakov, Michael (P6-21) : Abiogenic synthesis of oligopeptides in open space conditons
Singhal, Abhishek (P6-102) : Towards a Prebiotic Model of Peptide Nucleic Acid (PNA) Directed Translation
Smith, Karen E. (P6-70) : Exploring the Fate of Nitrogen Heterocycles in Complex Prebiotic Mixtures
Springsteen, Greg (P6-108) : Mechanisms of Formamide Condensation to Purine Nucleobases
Sponer, Judit (P6-39) : Prebiotic chemistry of nucleic acids – as seen from quantum chemical calculations
Stich, Michael (P6-62) : Motif frequency and evolutionary search times in RNA populations
Summers, David (P6-83) : The abiotic fixation of nitrogen on mars and other terrestrial planets: conversion of nitrogen, through NO, into nitrate, nitrite, ammonia, and nitrous oxide.
Telegina, Taisiya A. (P6-58) : Photophosphorylation of ADP to ATP on Supramolecular Organo-silicate Matrices
Tian, Ge (P6-4) : Finding the clues for prebiotic acidic hydrothermal phosphorylations
Trixler, Frank (P6-80) : Self-assembly under dry conditions: the growth of PAH chains between two crystal solids
Vladilo, Giovanni (P6-27) : Delivery of prebiotic material on the first generations of Milky Way planets: Was it possible ?
Walker, Sara Imari (P6-79) : Emergence of Population Structure and Functional Evolution in Simulations of Environmentally Driven Replication
Wang, Haiyan (P6-26) : A Model for the Origin of Amino acid Homochirality
Weber, Arthur (P6-23) : Sugar-driven prebiotic synthetic processes supporting abiogenesis
Wieczorek, Rafał (P6-54) : Peptide catalysed prebiotic polymerization of RNA
Wilde, Richard (P6-6) : Nanopore Origin of Life
Wilson, Michael A. (P6-71) : The Earliest History of Ion Channels
Yamagishi, Akihiko (P6-44) : Tanpopo: Astrobiology Exposure and Micrometeoroid Capture Experiments
Zagorski, Zbigniew Paweł (P6-53) : Ionizing Radiation Assisted, Abiotic Formation of Methane
Zagorski, Zbigniew Paweł (P6-55) : Ionizing Radiation Assisted, Abiotic Formation of Methane
Zaia, Dimas (P6-77) : Interaction of adenine with Na, Ca, Mg, Fe, Cu, Co-montmorillonite
Zaia, Dimas (P6-78) : A study of adsorption of cysteine on forsterite 91: Implications for prebiotic chemistry
Zhao, Yufen (P6-49) : Peptide Formation and Phosphate Transfer Mediated by N-phosphono-amino acids (NPAAs)
Zieboll, Gerhard (P6-28) : Nucleotide Formation under Prebiotic Conditions via Paterno-Buchi Reaction and Stepwise Nucleobase Formation
Zubkov, Anton Stanislavovich (P6-19) : Model of one-electron transport. Thermodynamic parameters calculation of electron attachment to bound proton of oxyacids A-OH

P7. Past and Present Solar System

Bailer-Jones, Coryn (P7-18) : Bayesian time series analysis of terrestrial impact cratering
Brouet, Yann (P7-16) : Atmospheric entry of fluffy cometary particles under early Earth’s conditions.
Brucato, John Robert (P7-20) : MarcoPolo-R Near Earth Asteroid Sample Return Mission
Capalbo, Fernando Javier (P7-13) : Titan’s higher atmosphere composition from EUV solar occultation measurements
Cataldo, Franco (P7-5) : Radioracemization of 20 Amino Acids from the Beginnining of the Solar System
Chuang, Yo-Ling (P7-11) : Methanol Outgassing in the Jupiter-Family Comet 103P/Hartley 2
Dworkin, Jason P. (P7-22) : OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission: Exploring Our Past, Securing Our Future Through Pioneering Asteroid Science
Fornasier, Sonia (P7-19) : Aqueous alteration on minor bodies of the Solar System
Gourier, Didier (P7-6) : Deuterium-rich Magnetic Nanographenes in Carbonaceous Chondrites
Haghighipour, Nader (P7-15) : Origin Of Earth’s Water: A Comparison Between Delivery By Planetary Embryos And Local Adsorption From Primordial Nebula
Nna Mvondo, Delphine (P7-8) : Study of Meteoritic Impact-induced Chemistry in Titan Icy Surface using laser Thermal Shock laboratory Experiments
Pizzarello, Sandra (P7-1) : Molecular asymmetry in prebiotic chemistry: The lesson of meteorites
Ramírez, Sandra Ignacia (P7-10) : Titan’s atmospheric chemistry at low temperature
Simakov, Michael (P7-2) : Internal water ocean on Titan: Place for prebiological and biological activity
Simonia, Irakli (P7-3) : Frozen Organic in Comets as Task for Bioastronomy
Simonia, Tsitsino (P7-4) : Frozen Organic in Comets as Task for Bioastronomy (Additional data)
Strazzulla, Giovanni (P7-7) : Production of Oxidants by Ion Bombardment of Icy Moons in the Outer Solar System
Tornow, Carmen (P7-9) : Water ice mixed with various molecules and formed in the solar nebula
Vázquez, Roberto (P7-17) : Could terrestrial pollen grains be transported to other planets?
Wallis, Max (P7-21) : Icy Morphologies of Comet Tempel-1 imply past lake-habitats for Life
Wright, Katherine E (P7-12) : Exploring the habitability of Mars and Europa using a glacial, sulphur-rich terrestrial analog
Yabuta, Hikaru (P7-14) : More aromatic macromolecule in carbonaceous chondrite: an attempt to detect the intact composition of meteoritic organics without isolation

P8. Evolutionary Perspectives…

Anderson, Rika (P8-2) : Wide host range and extensive metabolic potential in a hydrothermal vent viral assemblage revealed through metagenomics
Anella, Fabrizio Maria (P8-15) : Random folded RNAs. Implication for the RNA-World.
Campbell, John (P8-9) : Exoarchaeology and evolution
Dunér, David (P8-10) : The Evolution of Cognitive Processes in the Universe
Jose, Marco (P8-1) : Symmetrical thermodynamic representation of the Standard Genetic Code in three dimensions: Evolutionary implications
Karouia, Fathi (P8-7) : Detection of metabolic activity by125I-Iododeoxyuridine incorporation into DNA in Colwellia psychrerythraea over a temperature range from 8 °C to -40 °C
Lozada-Chavez, Irma (P8-11) : The evolution of RNA genomes from a “quasispecies” perspective
Malaterre, Christophe (P8-3) : On the Many Processes of Chemical Evolution
McGown, Linda (P8-17) : Sequence: A new dimension in rapid metagenomic profiling
Mielke, Steven P. (P8-6) : Efficiency of Oxygenic Photosynthesis in the Far Red Light-Utilizing Cyanobacterium, Acaryochloris marina
Moelling, Karin (P8-12) : Do todays viruses reflect evolution and origin of life?
Persson, Erik (P8-5) : Interplanetary implications of the evolution of ethics
Peters, John (P8-13) : Origin of Life in an Iron-Sulfur World
Pratt, Andy (P8-16) : Phosphates, Iron and the Prebiological Evolution of Metabolism
Sanroma Ramos, Esther (P8-8) :
How clouds and continental distribution affect on the Earth reflectance?

Tewari, Brij (P8-4) : Interaction of Aromatic Amines with Metal Ferrocyanides and its Relevance to Chemical Evolution and Origins of Life
Tomitani, Akiko (P8-14) : Photosynthetic activity and community structure in intertidal microbial mats revealed by stable-isotope probing combined with magnetic-bead capture of taxon-specific rRNA

P9. Outreach, Education, History of Sciences

Adler, Antony (P9-3) : Science in Remote, Confined Space: The Development of Laboratories on Exploration Vessels During the 19th C.
Bandyopadhyay, Prasanta (P9-6) : The Status of Astrobiology as an Emerging Science
Brozinski, Ari (P9-8) : Time Trek: a 13.7km Long Nature Trail Leading Through the History of Earth and Universe
Bueno, Jorge (P9-12) : A New Memeber in Astrobiology : Instituto de Astrobiología de Colombia (IAC)
Dumre, Bishal Babu (P9-1) : Development of Astronomy in Nepal
Intemann, Kristen (P9-4) : Assessing the risks of protocells: Why precaution may not be the best principle
Jheeta, Sohan (P9-17) : New Definition of Life
Kress, Monika (P9-2) : Teaching Astrobiology to Science Majors
Moreno, Andres (P9-13) : Astrobiology in Colombia: A science that Promises
Núñez, Patricia (P9-14) : Astrobiological resources in Spanish
Persson, Erik (P9-10) : Philosophical aspects of astrobiology
Ramos, Sandra (P9-11) : Pragmatic ideas in the Origin of Life
Raulin Cerceau, Florence (P9-18) : The Pioneer Concepts of Planets Habitability
Raulin, François (P9-16) : SFE: The French Society of Exobiology
Salaita, Meisa (P9-9) : Using the Arts to Help Explain Origins
Segura, Antígona (P9-15) : Astrobiology in Mexico: The Mexican Society of Astrobiology (SOMA)
Valderrama, Ninel (P9-5) : The concept of the origin of life and evolution from an artistic viewpoint: the portrait of evolution in Velasco’s series
Walter, Malcolm (P9-19) : Pathways to Space – a new unique multi-million dollar astrobiology and space robotics education and research project
Wright, Katherine E (P9-7) : The Astrobiology Primer : an outreach process

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