Reid F. Cooper Professor of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences

Professor Cooper pursues research in experimental geophysics and experimental petrology.  The research pursued in his group encompasses experimental approaches to seismic attenuation; transient and steady-state flow of minerals and rock; structure and dynamics of silicate melts and glasses; phase equilibria; solid-state reactions; non-equilibrium thermodynamics; and application of petrology/geochemistry to the design and analysis of engineering materials.  Professor Cooper has held faculty positions in both engineering and Earth sciences and, too, has experience in industrial materials science research.

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