|Name / Contact||Host / Education / Research|
|Margaret Averymsavery@berkeley.eduMcCone 257||
Paleomagnetism and geomagnetism, and study of Earth’s deep interior
|Sergio Carrero Romero|
|Spencer Diamondsdiamond@berkeley.eduEnergy Biosciences Building 4th Floor||
Host: Prof. Jillian Banfield
Previously worked on Cyanobacterial metabolism and genomics. Currently working on how soil microbes affect global biogeochemical cycles and greehnouse gas turnover via multi-omics techniques.
Our Lab Website: http://nanogeoscience.berkeley.edu/
|Michael Diazmichaeldiaz@berkeley.edu McCone 257||
Host: Professor William Boos
|Matthew Foxmatthew.firstname.lastname@example.org Ridge Road||
Host: David Shuster
|Daniel Frostdafrost@berkeley.edu215 McCone Hall6028107064||
deep Earth structure, mantle heterogeneity across scales, inner core anisotropy, outer core stratification, composition and chemistry of Earth materials, array methodology, Earth evolution.
|Felipe Javier Gonzalez Cataldof_gonzalez@berkeley.edu485 McCone Hall||
Host: Burkhard Militzer
Research Interests: Planetary interiors; high pressure physics; first-principles computer simulations techniques; molecular dynamics; equations of state.
|Doug Hemingwaydjheming@berkeley.edu177 McCone||
Host: Michael Manga
Research Interests: Planetary geophysics; shapes, gravity fields and interiors of planetary bodies, especially icy satellites; planetary magnetism, especially lunar magnetic anomalies and their interactions with the solar wind; space weathering.
Personal website: http://eps.berkeley.edu/~djheming/
Host: William Dietrich
Research Interests: Quantitative geomorphology and earth surface processes, climatic, lithologic, biotic and abiotic controls on geomorphology and Critical Zone processes, paleoclimate influence on modern earth surface processes, landscape evolution modeling, lidar analysis
|Paula Matheus Carnevali|
|Janire Prudenciojanire@berkeley.edu355 McCone Hall||
Host: Michael Manga
Seismic tomographies in velocity, attentuation and scattering. Volcano-seismology. Study of seismic attenuation in heterogeneous regions.
|baptiste email@example.com McCone Hall||
Host: Roland Bürgmann
I am interested in geodetic observations (GPS and InSAR) to characterise the crustal deformation around subduction zones and large strike slip faults. I mainly focus on aseismic transient processes such as slow slip events and postseismic relaxation. For more informations about my research, please visit my webpage.
|Daniel Ruttedrutte@bgc.org@ Berkeley Geochronology Center||
Host: Paul R. Renne
- application and development of 40Ar/39Ar geochronology, using nuclear physics as a geologist
- continental tectonics, metmorphism, brittle and ductile structures, petrochronology, India-Asia collision, syntax formation, subduction initiation, exhumation in subduction zones
|Sarah Slotznicksslotz@berkeley.edu355 McCone||
Host: Nicholas Swanson-Hysell
Earth history, Precambrian geology, geobiology, paleoenvironments, diagenesis, paleomagnetism, rock magnetism, X-ray spectroscopy, in-situ microbeam techniques.
Personal website: http://eps.berkeley.edu/~sslotz/
|Alka Tripathy-Langat7@berkeley.edu2455 Ridge Road||
Host: David Shuster
Research interests: Noble gas thermochronology; geochronology; detrital studies; Himalayan tectonics; remote sensing; LA-ICPMS<
|Alexander Turneralexjturner@berkeley.edu301 McCone/B47 Hildebrand||
Hosts: Ron Cohen & Inez Fung
|Michael Whittakerwhitta@berkeley.eduMcCone 419||
Clay self assembly and defects
Carbon Capture and Storage
|Da Yangyangdapku@gmail.com177 McCone Hall||
My research is to develop a unified understanding of how the tropical atmosphere works, and the key is to understand moist convection‒deep cumulus clouds and thunderstorms. My Ph.D. thesis was focused on the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO), a planetary scale month-long rainfall pattern in the tropics. I am now thinking about convective phenomena at other temporal and spatial scales, including the mesoscale cloud clusters and the intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ)
Personal website: http://web.gps.caltech.edu/~dyang/