Tracing Sulfur From Molecular Clouds To The Origin Of Life

19 - 23 September 2022

Venue: Lorentz Center@Oort

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This workshop brings together experts in the fields of star- and planet formation, astrochemistry, planetary science, our Solar System, and prebiotic chemistry to discuss current knowledge and questions relating to the role of sulfur in the formation of minor bodies, planetary systems, exoplanets, and prebiotic chemistry. The main topics of the meeting are: (1) sulfur chemistry in molecular clouds, (2) sulfur chemistry in planet- forming disks, (3) formation of rocky planets: geophysical importance of sulfur, (4) role of sulfur in prebiotic chemistry, (5) sulfur in our Solar System. The workshop aims to review the latest knowledge on the sulfur trail from molecular clouds to the formation of planets and to highlight the key questions to be answered in the next decade.

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    Rens Waters, Radboud University  

    Romane Le Gal, Institute for Planetary sciences and Astrophysics of Grenoble (IPAG)  

    Maria Drozdovskaya, Center for Space and Habitability (CSH), Universit├Ąt Bern  

    Dougal Ritson, MRC - Laboratory of Molecular Biology  

    Mihkel Kama, R., University College London  

    Conel Alexander, Carnegie Institution for Science  

    Herma Cuppen, Radboud University  

    Oliver Shorttle, University of Cambridge  

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