Welcome to the Geoselenic Research Project
The Geoselenic Research Project was established and funded by alumnus Stephen Cheeseman in 2020 to address fundamental questions about the interactions within the Earth-Moon system.
The project will focus on the integration of multi-disciplinary research as it pertains to improving our understanding of the relevance of the Moon for Earth processes including plate tectonics, core and mantle convection/geochemistry, magnetohydrodynamics, the geodynamo and the evolution and future of life on Earth.
The project is collaborative in nature and will give postdoctoral fellows and PhD students opportunities to continue existing and establish new collaborations with international research groups in geodynamics and planetary sciences. The project is expected to conduct fundamental research and serve as an integrator of geoselenic research.