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I study the chemical and physical properties of materials under high pressure and high temperature conditions, to better understand the constitution, structure, and evolution of the Earth's interior. I am interested in the role of carbon in the deep Earth, and how it affects and explains the chemical properties of the Earth's interior. Specifically, I am investigating carbon-rich core compositions, carbonate redox reactions at the core mantle boundary, and the role of carbonatite melt at D''.
|University of Chicago||Ph.D. student||Geophysical Sciences|
Thompson E.C., Davis A.H. , Bi W., Zhao J., Alp E.E., Zhang D., Greenberg E., Prakapenka V.B., Campbell A.J. (In Press) High-pressure geophysical properties of fcc phase FeHx. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems.
|2016||Elaine K. Bernstein Women in Science Award|
|2014||Saul and Joan Cogen Memorial SURF Fellow|
|2013||Donald S. Clarke SURF Fellow|