Global Geodynamics and Seismology

Our group studies the structure and dynamics of the Earth, planets and stars using observational, computational and theoretical methods. Areas of research include:
  • Core-mantle coupling (Dumberry)
  • Lithosphere structure and mantle dynamics (Currie, Gu, Heimpel)
  • Seismic velocity, reflectivity and anisotropy of the Earth's mantle (Gu)
  • Zonal winds of gas and ice giants (Heimpel, Dumberry)
  • Subduction zone dynamics and evolution (Currie)
  • CRANE broadband seismic network (Gu)
  • Magnetohydrodynamics of planetary fluid cores (Heimpel, Dumberry)
  • Crustal stress and microseismicity (Gu, Currie)
  • Libration dynamics of Mercury (Dumberry)
  • Earthquake physics (Heimpel)

Graduate Student Positions

Now accepting applications for M.Sc. and Ph.D. students. Please contact individual researchers to discuss potential projects. For information about graduate studies, visit the Department of Physics Graduate Studies page

Postdoctoral Fellowships

Projects are also available for postdoctoral fellows. Interested researchers are encouraged to contact our group.

In addition, the following programs are taking applications: