Planetary Science MS/PhD Positions Starting Fall 2020
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InstitutionAdvisorContact InfoAdvisor websiteDept/Program WebsiteTopic Area
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PhDStanford UniversitySonia Tikoosmtikoo@stanford.edusoniatikoo.wordpress.comhttps://earth.stanford.edu/geophysics#gs.oolm8cPaleomagnetism, Planetary Magnetism, Impact Cratering
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PhDPurdue UniversityMike Sorimichael.sori@gmail.comwww.michaelmsori.comwww.eaps.purdue.eduPlanetary geophysics, cryovolcanism in the outer solar system, ices on Mars/Moon/Mercury
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PhDPurdue UniversityAli Bramsonbramsona@purdue.eduhttp://www.lpl.arizona.edu/~bramson/https://www.eaps.purdue.edu/Martian ice, planetary surface processes, spacecraft remote sensing, radar
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PhDPurdue UniversityStephanie Olsonstephanieolson@uchicago.eduhttp://www.stephanieocean.com/https://www.eaps.purdue.edu/astrobiology, planetary biogeochemistry, exo-oceanography, exoplanet habitability & biosignatures
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MS/PhDBaylor UniversityPeter JamesP_James@baylor.eduhttps://www.baylorplanetary.com/https://www.baylor.edu/geosciences/Planetary geophysics
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Arizona State UniversityJoseph O'Rourkejgorourk@asu.eduhttps://josephgorourke.com/https://sese.asu.edu/Planetary interiors (geodynamics, dynamos), & how interiors control surface conditions; Venus geology & geophysics; terrestrial exoplanets
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PhDUniversity of ChicagoEdwin Kitekite@uchicago.eduhttp://planetarygeoscience.uchicago.edu/https://geosci.uchicago.edu/prospective_students/Solar system and exoplanet habitability. Planetary geoscience. Terraforming.
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MSTexas Christian University Rhiannon Mayner.g.mayne@tcu.eduhttps://ensc.tcu.edu/staff/rhiannon-mayne-ph-d/https://geology.tcu.edu/Meteoritics (petrology and geochemistry), spectroscopy
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PhDGeorgia Institute of TechnologySven Simonsven.simon@eas.gatech.eduhttps://svensimon.gatech.edu/https://www.eas.gatech.edu/Space Plasma Physics/Moon-Plasma Interactions
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PhDStanford UniversityMathieu Lapotremlapotre@stanford.eduwww.epsp.stanford.eduhttps://pangea.stanford.edu/gsPlanetary surfaces, physical sedimentology, geomorphology
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PhDUniversity of Canterbury, New ZealandMichele Bannistermichele.t.bannister@gmail.comhttp://www.astro.uvic.ca/~micheleb/
https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/science/schools-and-departments/phys-chem/
Trans-Neptunian objects, the characteristics and population of interstellar objects, planet formation, LSST's discovery surveys in the Solar System
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PhDUniversity of Florida Steve ElardoSelardo@ufl.eduwww.steve-elardo.comhttps://geology.ufl.edu/Planetary Petrology and Isotope Geochemistry
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MS or PhDUniversity of Florida Amy Williamsamywilliams1@ufl.eduwp.towson.edu/ajwilliams/https://geology.ufl.edu/Geobiology and Astrobiology
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PhDUC Santa CruzMyriam Telusmtelus@ucsc.eduhttps://ucscplanetaryscience.comhttp://eps.ucsc.edumeteorites, cosmochemistry, planetary science
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PhDTulane UniversityColin Jacksoncjackson2@tulane.eduhttp://colinjackson.wp.tulane.edu/https://www2.tulane.edu/sse/eens/experimental geochemistry
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PhDUniversity of IdahoErika Radererader@uidaho.eduhttps://erikarader.weebly.com/https://www.uidaho.edu/sci/geologyVolcanology, spectroscopy, remote sensing, Mars
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MS or PhDDartmouth CollegeMarisa PalucisMarisa.C.Palucis@Dartmouth.eduhttps://earthsciences.dartmouth.edu/people/marisa-c-palucishttps://earthsciences.dartmouth.edu/Planetary geomorphology; Analog studies
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PhDThe University of Texas at AustinTim Goudgetgoudge@jsg.utexas.eduhttp://www.jsg.utexas.edu/goudge/https://www.jsg.utexas.edu/dgs/Planetary surface processes; terrestrial analogs; remote sensing
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BothRutgers UniversityLujendra Ojhaluju@email.arizona.eduwww.lujendraojha.comhttps://eps.rutgers.edu/Planetary Geophysics
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BothStanford Geological SciencesLaura Schaeferlkschaef@stanford.eduhttps://earth.stanford.edu/people/laura-schaefer?bounce=pangea2earth#gs.xrstqthttps://pangea.stanford.edu/gs/graduatePlanetary differentiation, magma oceans, atmosphere formation, rocky exoplanets
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PhDQueen's University BelfastMeg Schwambm.schwamb 'at' qub.ac.ukwww.megschwamb.comhttps://star.pst.qub.ac.uk/wiki/doku.phpsolar system small bodies
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BothUniversity of ArizonaBetul Kacarbetul@arizona.eduancientbiology.orglpl.arizona.eduAstrobiology, origins of life, astreoid biogeochemistry
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PhDJohns Hopkins UniversitySarah Horstsarah.horst@jhu.eduwww.sarahhorst.comeps.jhu.eduPlanetary atmospheric chemistry (observations, modeling, experiments)
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MS and PhDMichigan State UniversitySeth Jacobsonseth@msu.eduwww.sethajacobson.comhttps://ees.natsci.msu.edu/Asteroids, Planet Formation, Exoplanets, Moon, Early Earth
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PhDMichigan State UniversitySeth Jacobsonseth@msu.eduwww.sethajacobson.comhttps://ees.natsci.msu.eduPlanet formation, asteroids, comets, small bodies, early Earth, Venus, Moon, exoplanets, planetary dynamics, cosmochemistry
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PhD (MS required)
ETH Zürich
many researchers (Khan, Schönbächler, Giardini, Schmidt, etc)
amir.khan@erdw.ethz.ch, staehler@erdw.ethz.ch
insight.ethz.chinsight.ethz.ch7 funded PhD positions on the interiour of Mars. Connecting InSight observations with laboratory experiments and numerical modelling (geophysics, geochemistry, petrology, mineral physics)
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PhDPurdue UniversityMichelle Thompsonmthompson@purdue.eduhttps://www.eaps.purdue.edu/people/faculty-pages/thompson.html
https://www.eaps.purdue.edu/for_students/graduate/grad-research-opp.html#plan
Planetary Materials
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PhDGeorgia Institute of TechnologySven Simon sven.simon@eas.gatech.eduhttps://svensimon.gatech.edu/https://www.eas.gatech.edu/Space Plasma Physics/Moon-Plasma Interactions
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PhDUniversity of OxfordVivien Parmentiervivien.parmentier@physics.ox.ac.ukhttps://www2.physics.ox.ac.uk/contacts/people/parmentier
https://www2.physics.ox.ac.uk/study-here/postgraduates/atmospheric-oceanic-and-planetary-physics/planetary-exoplanetary-physics
Modelling of exoplanets atmospheres.
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MS or PhDObservatoire de la Côte d'Azur (France)Mark Wieczorek mark.wieczorek@oca.euhttps://www.oca.eu/fr/mark-wieczorek
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PhDBrigham Young UniversityDarin Ragozzinedarin_ragozzine@byu.eduhttps://www.physics.byu.edu/department/directory/ragozzinehttps://www.physics.byu.edu/graduate/aboutDynamics of Exoplanets or Kuiper Belt Objects
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PhDThe University of ArizonaPierre Haenecourpierre@lpl.arizona.eduhttps://www.lpl.arizona.edu/faculty/pierre-haenecourhttps://www.lpl.arizona.edu/admissionsCosmochemistry, Meteorites, Planetary Materials
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PhDNorthern Arizona UniversityWill Grundyw.grundy@lowell.eduhttps://lowell.edu/staff-member/will-grundy/https://nau.edu/astronomy-and-planetary-science/Studies of low temperature volatile ices that enable distinctive geology on Pluto and elsewhere in the outer solar system
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PhDNorthern Arizona UniversityMultiple facultyastronomy.grad@nau.eduhttps://nau.edu/astronomy-and-planetary-sciencehttps://nau.edu/astronomy-and-planetary-scienceplanetary surfaces; spacecraft missions; telescopes and small bodies; exoplanets; astrobiology; laboratory studies
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PhDNorthern Arizona UniversityMark Loefflermark.loeffler@nau.eduhttp://www.physics.nau.edu/~loeffler/https://nau.edu/astronomy-and-planetary-science/laboratory studies, astrochemistry, planetary science, physics, chemistry
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PhDUniversity of TennesseeBradley Thomsonbthom@utk.eduhttps://lunatic.utk.edu/https://eps.utk.edu/Planetary surface processes, geologic mapping, remote sensing
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PH.D.Stony Brook UniversityTimothy Glotchtimothy.glotch@stonybrook.educpex.labs.stonybrook.edu/tglotchwww.stonybrook.edu/geosciences/index.htmlInfrared/Raman spectroscopy, remote sensing, Moon, Mars, small bodies
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PhD CUNY Jackie Fahertyjfaherty17@gmail.comJackiefaherty.comhttps://www.amnh.org/research/physical-sciences/astrophysicsBrown dwarf and giant Exoplanet atmosphere characterization
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PhDUniversity of RochesterMiki Nakajimamnakajima@rochester.eduhttps://www.mikinakajima.com/http://www.sas.rochester.edu/ees/Planetary Science, Earth Sciences, Geophysics, Astrophysics
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BothColumbus State Univerity Dr. Rosa Williams rosanina@ccssc.orghttps://ess.columbusstate.edu/facstaff.phpEarth and Space Science Astrophysics and Planetary Geology
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