|Name / Contact||Host / Education / Research|
|Margaret Averymsavery@berkeley.eduMcCone 257||
Paleomagnetism and geomagnetism, and study of Earth’s deep interior
|Nathan Brownnathan.email@example.com McCone||
Host: Prof. David Shuster
Research Interests: Low-temperature thermochronology, luminescence dating, geomorphology, active tectonics
Personal website: http://nathandbrown.wixsite.com/
|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
|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.
|Xiaojing Furubyxfu@berkeley.eduMcCone 177||
I am a geoscientist who is interested in understanding how multiphase fluid mechanics shape our natural environment. In pursuit of such knowledge, I pay special attention to the roles of fluid instability and thermodynamic-driven phase transitions.
My work is applied to a wide range of geoscience problems, including gas hydrate systems, volcanology, geologic carbon sequestration and hydrology.
Host: Michael Manga
|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.
|Daniel Ibarradibarra@berkeley.edu485 McCone||
Host: Daniel Stolper
I am a geochemist and climate scientist working on the water and carbon cycles in terrestrial environments. My work includes studying the response of past and present terrestrial landscapes to changes in climate using modeling approaches, geochemical measurements, and field observations. Broadly, I am interested in the role that Earth's continents play in modulating habitable surface conditions over geologic time and in using sediments to reconstruct past changes in weathering and hydrologic fluxes over Plio-Pleistocene to Phanerozoic timescales.
|Max Lloydmklloyd@berkeley.edu485 McCone||
Host: Professor Daniel Stolper
|Paula Matheus Carnevali|
|baptiste firstname.lastname@example.org McCone Hall||
Host: Roland Bürgmann
I am interested in geodetic observations (GPS and InSAR) to characterize 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. 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/
|Alexander Turneralexjturner@berkeley.edu301 McCone/B47 Hildebrand||
Hosts: Ron Cohen & Inez Fung
|Sean Wahlswahl@berkeley.edu407 McCone||
Host: Burkhard Militzer
Planetary interiors and evolution. Simulation of planetary materials at extreme conditions. Gravity field and tidal response of giant planets.
|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/