The science sessions of the workshop will take place from Wednesday morning to Friday evening (ending around 5:00 pm).
The workshop will gather researchers studying different aspects of the physics of comets and discuss about the heritage of the Rosetta mission with special emphasis on the remaining issues, unresolved problems, and unexpected findings. Special attention also will be paid to the interrelation of the Rosetta findings at Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko with results obtained in other comets in situ as well as in ground-based and space-born astronomical observations. Another important aspect of the workshop will be to examine disagreements between Rosetta findings and predictions of existing theoretical models, numerical simulations, and/or laboratory experiments. If you believe Rosetta has raised more questions than it has provided answers, you are very welcome at the workshop.