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MS or PhDInstitutionAdvisorContact InfoAdvisor websiteDept/Program WebsiteTopic Area
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PhDUniversity of RochesterMiki Nakajimamnakajima@rochester.eduhttps://www.mikinakajima.com/http://www.sas.rochester.edu/ees/Planetary impacts, planetary formation and evolution, planets and moons in the solar system, exoplanets, exomoons, shock experiments
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PhDCurtin UniversityNick Timmsn.timms@curtin.edu.auhttps://staffportal.curtin.edu.au/staff/profile/view/N.Timms/https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=6245Geosciences (Sample Return Mission Analysis)
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PhDCurtin UniversityMartin TownerMartin.Towner@curtin.edu.auhttps://staffportal.curtin.edu.au/staff/profile/view/Martin.Towner/https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=6339Machine Learning (Meteorite Search and Recovery)
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PhDCurtin UniersityAnthony LagainAnthony.Lagain@curtin.edu.auhttps://staffportal.curtin.edu.au/staff/profile/view/anthony-lagain-371c3e27/https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=6128Computer Science (Automatic detection of landforms on extraterrestrial worlds)
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PhDCurtin UniversityDr Hadrien Devillepoix Hadrien.Devillepoix@curtin.edu.auhttps://staffportal.curtin.edu.au/staff/profile/view/Hadrien.Devillepoix/https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=6250Astronomy, Physics, Planetary Science and Data Science
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PhDCurtin UniversityDr Ellie SansomEleanor.Sansom@curtin.edu.auhttps://staffportal.curtin.edu.au/staff/profile/view/Eleanor.Sansom/https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=6312Astronomy, Physics, Planetary Science and Data Science (Rate of Impact on earth and other planets)
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PhDCurtin University
Professor Gretchen Benedix
G.Benedix@curtin.edu.auhttps://staffportal.curtin.edu.au/staff/profile/view/G.Benedix/https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=6338Geology, Planetary Science, Physics, Chemistry (Trace element chemistry of iron meteorites)
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PhD
University of Arizona, Lunar & Planetary Laboratory | Department of Planetary Science
Sukrit Ranjansukrit@arizona.edusukritranjan.github.iohttps://www.lpl.arizona.edu/admissionsModeling of surface-atmosphere systems of rocky planets, with emphasis on early Earth, temperate terrestrial exoplanets.
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PhDUT San AntonioXinting Yuxinting.yu@utsa.eduwww.xintingyu.com
https://www.utsa.edu/physics/ Or https://www.utsa.edu/sciences/earth-planetary-sciences/
Titan, Exoplanet atmospheres, laboratory experiment, theoretical modeling
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BothMississippi State University Kelsey Cranekelseycrane@geosci.msstate.eduhttps://cranekelsey.wixsite.com/geologyhttps://www.geosciences.msstate.edu/Structural geology, tectonics, earth analogues
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PhDUCF
Yan Fernandez & Charles Schambeau
yan@ucf.edu, charles.schambeau@ucf.eduhttps://planets.ucf.edu/people/dr-yanga-fernandez/https://planets.ucf.edu/academics/phd/Telescopic studies of comets and related icy bodies
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PhDPurdue UniversityMike Sorimsori@purdue.eduwww.michaelmsori.comwww.eaps.purdue.eduPlanetary geophysics, planetary surfaces, Mars polar science
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PhDYale UniversityMalena Ricemalena.rice@yale.eduhttp://www.astro.yale.edu/malenarice/https://astronomy.yale.edu/Exoplanets, solar system, dynamics
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PhDUniversity of Texas-San AntonioThayne Curriethayne.currie@utsa.eduhttps://subarutelescope.org/staff/currie/index.htmlhttps://www.utsa.edu/physics/Extrasolar planets, direct imaging, adaptive optics, exoplanetary and brown dwarf atmospheres
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PhDPurdue UniversityBriony Horganbriony@purdue.eduhttps://www.eaps.purdue.edu/horgan/https://www.eaps.purdue.edu/Mars 2020 rover mission
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PhDBrown UniversitySam Birchsambirch@brown.eduhttps://geomorph-sbirch.com
DEEPS (https://www.brown.edu/academics/earth-environmental-planetary-sciences/)
geomorphology and planetary surface processes (Titan, comets, Mars, icy moons)
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PhDUniversity of ChicagoEdwin Kitekite@uchicago.edusseh.uchicago.edugeosci.uchicago.eduSolar system and exoplanet habitability. Mars rover (science + operations), Early Mars modeling and data analysis, Mars terraforming, icy moons, rocky exoplanets / sub-Neptunes, basic physical and chemical modeling of atmosphere evolution and climate stability.
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PhDBoston UniversityChuanfei Dongdcfy@bu.eduhttps://sites.google.com/site/chuanfeidong/https://www.bu.edu/astronomy/admissions/graduate/
Solar wind interaction with planets and other bodies (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Uranus, the Moon, Ganymede, and Psyche) and beyond (rocky exoplanets), focusing on atmospheric losses and planetary habitability as well as magnetosphere dynamics including interior-magnetosphere coupling.
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BothUniversity of IowaValerie Payrévalerie-payre@uiowa.eduhttps://valeriepayre.weebly.com/https://clas.uiowa.edu/ees/graduate-programPlanetary Science- Planetary magmatism - remote sensing - rover - experiment
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PhDUniversity of IdahoJason W. Barnesjwbarnes@uidaho.eduhttp://barnesos.net/prohttp://www.uidaho.edu/sci/physicsTitan
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PhDUniversity of Texas at San AntonioKurt RetherfordKRetherford@swri.eduwww.linkedin.com/in/kurt-retherfordhttps://grad.space.swri.edu/Lunar Volatiles and Icy Moons
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PhDUniversity of MarylandChristine Hartzellhartzell@umd.eduhartzell.umd.eduaero.umd.edudust-gas interactions on Titan related to the Dragonfly mission. dust and plasmas (and sometimes gases) on the Moon, comets and asteroids. Looking for students interested in regolith, non-gravitational forces, and spacecraft-surface interactions.
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PhDGeorgia Institute of TechnologyJames Wrayjwray@gatech.eduhttps://wray.eas.gatech.eduhttps://eas.gatech.edu/graduate/prospective-graduate-studentsPlanetary surface processes and compositions
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PhDPurdue UniversityBrandon Johnsonbcjohnson@purdue.edubrandoncjohnson.comhttps://www.eaps.purdue.edu/Impact cratering - modeling
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Ph.D.University of Central FloridaRamses RamirezRamses.Ramirez@ucf.eduhttps://habitableplanets.wordpress.com/https://planets.ucf.edu/Atmospheric Modeling of Potentially Habitable Planets/Exoplanets (climate, atmospheric escape..etc)
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PhDMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)Gaia Stucky de Quaygaias@mit.eduhttps://thegaialab.comhttps://eapsweb.mit.edu/graduate-admissionsGeomorphology (Earth, Mars, + more), surface processes (fluvial, lacustrine, sedimentary, cratering), earth analog fieldwork (e.g. volcanic islands), erosion rates and climate/tectonic linkages.
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BothGeorgia Tech
Frances Rivera-Hernández
friverah@gatech.eduhttps://planetas.eas.gatech.edu/https://eas.gatech.edu/graduate/prospective-graduate-studentssurface processes, sedimentology, geomorphology, remote sensing
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