Helene Piet

Asst Research Scientist (FSC)
Academic Professional
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
6004

Biography

I am a mineral physicist and postdoctoral researcher in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University. I study the behavior of planetary relevant materials under high pressures and high temperatures. My current research mainly focuses on hydrogen and water storage in planetary interiors. 

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Publications

S.S. Lobanov, N. Holtgrewe, J. Badro, H. Piet, F. Nabiei and A.F. Goncharov, in review. No radiative heat transport through pyrolitic lower mantle, Science.

H. Piet, J. Badro and P. Gillet, 2017. Geochemical constraints on the size of the Moon-forming giant impactor, Geophysical Research Letters.

T. Dennenwaldt, F. Nabiei, D. Alexander, J. Badro, P. Gillet, H. Piet and C. Hébert, 2017. Electron energy loss near edge structures as a tool to elucidate natural and artificial minerals structures, Microscopy & Microanalysis.

H. Piet, J. Badro, F. Nabiei, T. Dennenwaldt, S.-H. Shim, M. Cantoni, C. Hébert and P. Gillet, 2016. Spin and valence dependance of iron partitioning in Earth's deep mantle, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

J. Badro, J.P. Brodholt, H. Piet, J. Siebert and F.J. Ryerson, 2015. Core formation and core composition from coupled geochemical and geophysical constraints, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

 

Research Activity

Hydrogen Gas Loading System.