PTYS/LPL Faculty

Richard Greenberg

Professor Emeritus
Planetary sciences, Orbital dynamics, Theoretical astrophysics
Ph.D., 1972, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Years with LPL: 1972 to present

Former Spacecraft Involvement

  • Member of the Imaging Team for NASA's Galileo spacecraft mission

Student Collaborations/Advising

  • Melissa Dykhuis, 2015 (Ph.D. PTYS)
  • Christa L. Van Laerhoven, 2014 (Ph.D. PTYS)
  • Brian Jackson, 2009 (Ph.D. PTYS)
  • Sarah Frey, 2005 (Ph.D. Applied Mathematics)
  • Terry Hurford, 2005 (Ph.D. PTYS)
  • James Richardson, 2005 (Ph.D. PTYS)
  • David O'Brien, 2004 (Ph.D. PTYS)
  • Joseph Spitale, 2001 (Ph.D. PTYS)
  • Greg Hoppa, 1998 (Ph.D. PTYS)
  • Chris Schaller, 1998 (M.S. PTYS)
  • William Bottke, 1995 (Ph.D. PTYS)
  • Michael Nolan, 1994 (Ph.D. PTYS)

Former Postdocs

  • Rory Barnes
  • Dan Durda
  • Paul Geissler
  • Greg Ojakangas

Complete Publications list available from: http://www.lpl.arizona.edu/people/faculty/greenberg/publications.html

Selected Publications

Published Books
Unmasking Europa: the Search for Life on Jupiter's Ocean Moon, R. Greenberg, Copernicus/Springer/Praxis Books, New York, 2008.
Europa, the Ocean Moon, by R. Greenberg, Springer-Praxis, 2005.
Planetary Rings, R. Greenberg and A. Brahic, editors, Univ. of Arizona Press, 1984

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