Koemets, Egor (M.Sc. 2015, Novosibirsk)
Oxygen behaviour at conditions of Earth's lower mantle and core
left on: 2020-05-29
new address:
Khandarkhaeva, Saiana (M.Sc. 2015, Novosibirsk)
Chemical reactions at ultra-high pressures and temperatures
left on: 2020-04-30
new address: Saiana Khandarkhaeva
Laboratory of Crystallography
University of Bayreuth
Universitaetsstrasse 30
D-95447 Bayreuth
email: saiana1.khandarkhaeva(at)uni-bayreuth.de
Eichheimer, Philipp (M.Sc. 2016, Mainz)
Numerical modelling of volatiles in the deep mantle and salt tectonics
left on: 2020-01-31
new address:
Blanchard, Ingrid (Ph.D. 2016, Paris)
Differentiation of the Earth; element distribution between mantle and core
left on: 2019-12-31
new address: University of Oslo
Center for Earth Evolution and Dynamics
Sem Sælands vei 2A
0371 Oslo
Druzhbin, Dmitry (M.Sc. 2014 Novosibirsk)
Measurement of Si self-diffusion coefficient of high-pressure minerals as a function of water content.
left on: 2019-12-31
new address:
Immoor, Julia (Dipl.-Geol. 2012, Kiel)
Deformation behaviour of ferropericlase in Earth's lower mantle at simultaneously HP-HT
left on: 2019-10-31
new address:
Siersch, Nicki (M.Sc. 2015, Bayreuth)
Elasticity of mantle minerals at HP/HT
left on: 2019-10-31
new address: Sorbonne Université
4 place Jussieu
75005 Paris
email: nicki.siersch(at)upmc.fr
Shcheka, Svyatoslav (Dr. rer. nat. 2006, Tübingen)
Carbon and noble gases in the Earth''s mantle, experimental study of diamond formation, thermal conductivity of the mantle minerals
left on: 2019-09-27
new address: Macquarie University
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
12 Wallys Walk
North Ryde 2109
email: slava.shcheka(at)mq.edu.au
Bykova, Elena (Dr. rer. nat. 2015, Bayreuth)
High-pressure crystallography in laser-heated diamond anvil cells
left on: 2019-08-31
new address: Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron DESY
Photon Science P02.1 HRPD
61 / 121
Notkestr. 85
22607 Hamburg
email: elena.bykova(at)desy.de
Bykov, Maxim (Dr. rer. nat. 2015, Bayreuth)
High-pressure crystallography; incommensurate crystallography; light elements in the core of a habitable Earth
left on: 2019-07-15
new address:

Bayerisches Geoinstitut, Universität Bayreuth, 95440 Bayreuth, Deutschland
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