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Sara Walker
Associate Professor

Walker is a theoretical physicist and astrobiologist. Her work focuses on the origin of life, chemical evolution and the physics of living systems.

480-727-2394
Associate Professor

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.

480-965-0612
School of Earth and Space Exploration ISTB4 - room 577
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.

Maitrayee Bose
Asst Professor

Bose investigates stardust and organics in extraterrestrial materials to understand their cosmochemical origins. She measures water and other volatiles in asteroidal regolith to probe their evolution in the solar system.

480-965-4244
Craig Hardgrove
Assistant Professor

Craig Hardgrove is a planetary scientist who studies the Moon, Mars, and asteroids using nuclear remote sensing datasets to determine water and ice abundance and evolution. Hardgrove is PI of the LunaH-Map cubesat mission.

480-727-2170
ISTB4-667
Assistant Professor

Jacobs is a interdisciplinary scientist with interests low frequency radio cosmology, development of space-based instrumentation, and the future of humans in space.

480-727-2227
ISTB4 673
Mingming Li
Asst Professor

Li uses numerical simulations to investigate the structure, dynamics and evolution of the Earth and other planets, and the surface expressions of deep mantle processes.

480-965-1733
Michael Line
Asst Professor

Michael Line studies the atmospheres of extra-solar planets and brown dwarfs with the goal of understanding their compositions, climate, and origins.

Allison Noble
Asst Professor

Noble is an observational astronomer specializing in galaxy evolution and formation. Her research focuses on the interplay of stars, gas, and dust in galaxies when the Universe was 4 billion years old.

480-965-2552
ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration PO Box 871404

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