Geochemistry

The phenomenon of magnetic resonance was first revealed in the classic Stern-Gerlach experiment in 1922. Over the nearly 100 years and 10 Nobel Prizes that followed, magnetic resonance has developed into one of the most powerful a

Geochemistry, Materials, Mineralogy

Shuang received his Ph.D. from the Department of Geology and Geophysics at Yale University. He is an interdisciplinary geochemist, modeler and data scientist.

Geochemistry

Henderson "Jim" Cleaves is a Visiting Investigator working with George Cody and Andrew Steele.

Geochemistry

Dr. Shanan E. Peters presented on "Unsteady growth of the continental sedimentary reservoir: implications for the Earth-life system."

Geochemistry

Dr. Longjian Xie of Bayerisches Geoinstitut presented on "Viscosity of magma ocean and the primordial structure of Earth's silicate mantle."

Geochemistry

Ming Tang from Rice University presented on "The missing iron in the continental crust."

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. 

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