Armstrong, Katherine (M.Sc. 2014, Portland)
Oxidation state of the early mantle
left on: 2018-12-03
new address: Armstrong, Katherine
Department of Chemistry
University of California, Davis
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
email: katarmstrong(at)gmail.com
Yoshioka, Takahiro (M.Sc. 2014, Kyoto)
Solubility of carbon in silicate melts and of nitrogen in mantle minerals
left on: 2018-11-27
new address: 11-20 Goban-cho, Kamo-shi
Niigata-ken, 951353
Japan
email: takahiro1101(at)gmail.com
Liu, Zhaodong (Ph.D. 2015, Matsuyama)
Phase relations of minerals in the lower mantle; High pressure synthesis of high-quality minerals. High pressure generation techniques in the multianvil apparatus
left on: 2018-11-23
new address: State key laboratory of superhard materials
Jilin University
Changchun, Jilin Province
China
email: lzd.0520(at)163.com
San José Méndez, Alba (M.Sc. 2014, Madrid)
Experimental study of planetary ices at high pressure and high temperature
left on: 2018-10-31
new address:
Posner, Esther (Dr. rer. nat. 2017, Bayreuth)
Experimental and computational geochemistry; transport and structural properties of melts and minerals; core and planetary formation
left on: 2018-10-19
new address:
Guo, Haihao (Dr. rer. nat. 2017, Bayreuth)
Fluid in upper magma chambers and in subduction zones
left on: 2018-10-15
new address: Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
McGill University
3450 University Street
Montreal, Quebec H3A 0E8
Canada
Chang, Jia (M.Sc. 2016, Wuhan)
Magmatic controls on porphyry copper genesis
left on: 2018-10-10
new address:
Buchen, Johannes (Dipl.-Min. 2013, Mainz)
Structure and elasticity of mantle minerals at high pressure and temperature
left on: 2018-09-30
new address: California Institute of Technology
1200 East California Bvd.
Pasadana, CA91125
USA
email: jobuchen(at)caltech.edu
Schulze, Kirsten (M.Sc. 2014, Kiel)
Structure and elasticity of mantle minerals at high pressure and temperature
left on: 2018-09-30
new address:
email: kirsten.schulze(at)uni-bayreuth.de
Wang, Lin (Dr. rer. nat. 2018, Bayreuth)
Water dependence of dislocation creep rate of olivine
left on: 2018-09-24
new address: Geophysical Laboratory
Carnegie Institution of Washington
5251 Broad Branch Rd. NW
Washington, DC 20015
USA
email: liwang(at)carnegiescience.edu

   
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