SESE Directory

Name
Amanda Clarke
Associate Professor

Amanda Clarke is an associate professor whose research focuses on the physics of volcanic eruptions.

480-965-6590
ISTB4 767
Christopher Groppi
Associate Professor

Christopher Groppi is an experimental astrophysicist interested in the process of star and planet formation and the interstellar medium.

480-965-6436
ISTB4 Room 697 781 Terrace Rd.
Hilairy Hartnett
Associate Professor

Hartnett has joint appointments in the School of Earth and Space Exploration and in the School of Molecular Sciences. Her current research interests are in the areas of biogeochemistry and organic geochemistry.

480-965-5593
ISTB4 765 ISTB4
Evan Scannapieco
Associate Professor

Scannapieco is an astrophysicist whose research is focused on achieving a better understanding of the feedback processes in galaxy formation and the evolution of the elements across cosmic time.

Sang-Heon Shim
Associate Professor

Dan Shim's research interests are centered on the physical and chemical properties of materials at high pressures and temperature, and the structure and evolution of Earth and planetary interiors.

480-727-2876
Heather Throop
Associate Professor

Throop is an ecosystem scientist who studies how global-scale changes influence arid and semi-arid ecosystems. She is co-director of the Environmental Life Sciences PhD program.

480-727-2617
Associate Professor

Patrick Young is an astrophysicist and astrobiologist who simulates stellar evolution, supernovae, and the synthesis of elements. He also studies planetary habitability and target selection for future life-detection missions.

520-241-7080
PSF 638
Melanie Barboni
Assistant Professor

Melanie Barboni is an isotope geochemist/igneous petrologist whose research focuses on understanding magmatic systems, both on Earth and other planetary bodies.

Sanchayeeta Borthakur
Asst Professor

Borthakur is an observational astronomer specializing in extragalactic astronomy. Her research focuses on understanding how galaxies exchange matter and energy from their surroundings and grow via such processes.

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