PTYS/LPL Graduate Students

Maria Steinrueck

Exoplanets, Planetary atmospheres
M.S. Technical Physics, 2015, Vienna University of Technology
B.S. Technical Physics, 2013, Vienna University of Technology
MS (en route) Planetary Sciences, 2018, The University of Arizona

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Major Advisor(s): Adam Showman
Minor Field(s) of Study: Astronomy

My research focuses on studying the atmospheres of exoplanets with three-dimensional numerical simulations (so-called General Circulation Models or GCM). In my current project I try to understand the effect of including CO/CH4 disequilibrium chemistry in the General Circulation Model that our group is currently using to simulate the atmospheres of Hot Jupiters (SPARC/MITgcm).

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