Mineralogy

Dr. Natalia Solomatova of the École Normale Supérieure (ENS) de Lyon in France will deliver a seminar on "The fate of volatiles after the moon-forming impact."

Geochemistry, High Pressure, Materials, Mineralogy, Planetary Science

Dr. Elena Bykova is a new Carnegie Postdoctoral Fellow at GL.

Geochemistry, Materials, Mineralogy

Dr. Nico Küter (Kueter) is a Carnegie Postdoctoral Fellow who will be working with Dr. George Cody on investigating molar volume isotope effects on hydrogen incorporated as water in silicate melts.

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.

Mineralogy

Dr. Joshua Coyan of the U.S. Geological Society presented on "Mineral Resource Assessments - An Overview from Qualitative to Quantitative, Including Mineral Potential Modeling, the Three-Part Method, and Probabilistic Estimates."

Mineralogy

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Inge Loes ten Kate of the Utrecht University, in the Netherlands. She will present: "On the role of extraterrestrial organics in the origin of life.

Mineralogy

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Peter C Burns of  University of Notre Dame. 

Geochemistry, Matter at Extreme States, Mineralogy

Blue diamonds—like the world-famous Hope Diamond at the National Museum of Natural History—formed up to four times deeper in the Earth’s mantle than most other diamonds, according to new work by Carnegie’s Steven Shirey, Emma Bullock, and Jianhua Wang and published on the cover of Nature.

Mineralogy
Olivier Gagné is a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow working on elucidating the compositional and structural aspects underpinning the functional properties of inorganic materials. He uses large data resources to facilitate identification, quantification and particularly, prediction of anomalous bonding behavior in inorganic solids. Gagné further strives to improve the accuracy of inferring the oxidation state of redox-active cations for the thriving class of chalcogenide materials (compounds with S2-, Se2- and/or Te2- as the main anion), which he uses as a proxy to study the Earth's changing near-surface conditions through geological time.
Mineralogy

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Joshua F. Einsle.  He will present, "Unmixing deep time: Multiscale microscopy, microanalytics and machine learning."

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