Geochemistry

Professor Murray Hitzman, Director of the Irish Center for Research on Applied Geoscience and Professor at the University College Dublin in Ireland, is a Senior Visiting Investigator working with Bob Hazen. 

Geochemistry

In shock-wave experiments, high-powered lasers or guns are used to send a supersonic pressure wave through a sample. This type of dynamic compression can generate immense pressure and allows for the study of impact phenomena in real time.

Geochemistry, High Pressure, Materials

Dr. Piotr Guńka will be a Visiting Investigator for the next year from the Warsaw University of Technology. He will be working with Timothy Strobel on hydrogen and helium inclusion compounds of main group elements oxides formed under high pressure. 

Geochemistry

Mathieu Roskosz will present on "Structural controls on iron and tin isotope variations in differentiated planetary bodies: A nuclear resonant inelastic X-ray scattering approach."

Geochemistry, High Pressure, Matter at Extreme States

Carnegie Postdoctoral Fellow, 

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory is pleased to announce the arrival of new Postdoctoral Researcher, 

Geochemistry

The research of Associate Professor at Brown University Stephen Parman focuses on the chemical evolution of the Earth, moons, and planets. He will deliver a seminar titled "Tracing volatile recycling in the mantle with noble gases."

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Denis Andrault of Université Blaise Pascal. He will present:"“On thermal state of the deep Earth during its history.”

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Paolo Sossi of the Institute of Physics of the Globe of Paris. He will present: "Evaporation of moderately volatile elements from silicate melts: experiments and theory".

 

Geochemistry, Planetary Science

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Joe Michael of Sandia National Laboratory. He will present, "Electron backscatter diffraction in materials and planetary sciences: From welds to iron meteorites."

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