Joseph Ghilarducci O’Rourke joins ASU as an assistant professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration in January of 2020. He’s a planetary scientist specializing in understanding how dynamic processes deep within planets control their surface conditions over geologic time, including volcanism, tectonics, and magnetism. His research covers many planetary bodies including Earth, Venus, Mars, large asteroids and exoplanets. He’s increasingly involved in proposing spacecraft mission and instrumentation development for solar system exploration.
Ph.D. California Institute of Technology
M.S. California Institute of Technology
B.S. Yale University
|Course Number||Course Title|
|SES 100||Introduction to Exploration|
|SES 492||Honors Directed Study|