Preliminary list of invited speakers

Nadia Balucani
Univ. of Perugia, Italy
Gas-phase chemistry and molecular complexity in space: how far do they go?

Jason W. Barnes
University of Idaho, USA
The Dragonfly Mission Proposal: Prebiotic Chemistry and a Search for Biosignatures on Saturn's Moon Titan

Rory Barnes
Univ. of Washington, USA
After the Habitable Zone

Steve Dick
former NASA and AAS Historian of Science
Societal Aspects of Astrobiology and the Impact of Discovering Life Beyond Earth

Cecile Favre
Osservatorio di Arcetri, Italy
Organic molecules in protoplanetary disks

Manuel Gudel
Univ. of Vienna, Austria
The role of the host star: Astrophysical constraints on planetary habitability

Viviana Guzman
ALMA, Chile
Astrochemistry of protoplanetary disks

Sun Kwok
University of British Columbia, Canada
Abiotic synthesis of complex organics in the Universe

Aya Higuchi
RIKEN, Japan
The molecular contents of debris disks

David Hughes
INAOE, Mexico
Status of the Large MillimeterTelescope-Alfonso Serrano

Antonio Lazcano
FC-UNAM, Mexico
An Universe teeming with life?

Jorge Melendez
USP, Brazil
In search of Earth analogs around solar twins

Mikhail Sachkov
Institute of Astronomy Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Instruments onboard the World Space Observatory – Ultraviolet

Peter Schloerb
UMASS-Amherst, USA
Observations of Comets with the Large Millimeter Telescope

Antigona Segura
ICN-UNAM, Mexico
Planetary habitability around M dwarfs: lessons from Proxima and Trappist-1

Giovanni Vladilo
INAF-OATrieste, Italy
Exploring the habitability of exoplanets with climate models

Luis Zapata
IRyA-UNAM, Mexico
Complex Molecules in Hot Molecular Cores: Are we getting closer to the dectection of Amino Acids?