Current Group Members
- Markos Hankin, Shock Compression Laboratory Manager
- Lee Wizda, Lab Technician
- Gal Sarid, Postdoctoral Research Associate.
- Dylan Spaulding, Origins Fellow.
- Dr. Richard Kraus, 2013 Ph.D.!, EPS (on his way to the Lawrence Fellowship at LLNL)
- Will Steinhardt, Graduate Student, EPS
- Simon Lock, Graduate Student, EPS
- Matthew Newman, Undergraduate, Engineering (on his way to grad school at Caltech)
Former Group Members
- Matija Cuk, Daly-Clay Postdoctoral Fellow in EPS and Astronomy (2008-2012), now a research scientist at SETI.
- Zoe Leinhardt, Postdoc in EPS (2005-2007), now a STFC Advanced Fellow at U. of Bristol
- Karin Louzada, Graduate student, EPS (Ph.D. 2009); now the Acting Science Counselor at the Dutch embassy in D.C.
- Laurel Senft, Graduate student, EPS (Ph.D. 2009), now a faculty member in the Physical Sciences department, Westchester Community College
- Rachel Zucker, Graduate Student, EPS (2010), now a graduate student at MIT
- Wade Henning, Graduate Student, EPS (Ph.D. 2011), Now a postdoc at NASA Goddard
- Robert Marcus, Graduate Student, Astrophysics (Ph.D. 2011), now at Northrop Grumman in Colorado.
- Gregory Kennedy, Shock Compression Laboratory Manager (2006), now staff at Georgia Tech's Impact Facility
- Lee Farina, Shock Compression Laboratory Manager (2010), now lives in Wisconsin
- Benjamin Black, Undergraduate Student, EPS (2005), former Fulbright Fellow, now a graduate student at MIT in EAPS
- Gregory Valiant, Undergraduate Student, Math (2007), now a postdoc at Microsoft Research, New England
- Kate Scheider, Research Assistant in EPS
- Andrea Peterson, Undergraduate, Chemistry and Physics
- Firth McEachern, Undergraduate, Earth and Planetary Sciences and Astronomy and Astrophysics (2009), now working in the City Environment and Natural Resources Office, San Fernando, Philippines
- Peter Hedman, Undergraduate, Earth and Planetary Sciences (2010), now a research and teaching assistant at Harvard
- Sonya Mollinger, Undergraduate, Physics (2011), now a graduate student at Stanford in Applied Physics
- Individuals interested in planetary topics should email Sarah for more information.