PTYS/LPL Postdocs

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Andrew Ryan

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Planetary Surfaces

Ph.D. Geological Sciences, 2017, Arizona State University

Advisor(s): Dante Lauretta

Ryan, A.J., Pino-Munoz, D., Bernacki, M., and M. Delbo, 2020, Full-Field Modeling of Heat Transfer in Asteroid Regolith: Radiative thermal conductivity of polydisperse particulates, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 125, e2019JE006100. 

DellaGiustina, D.N., Emery, J.P.,…Ryan, A.J.,… and D.S. Lauretta, 2019, Properties of rubble-pile asteroid (101955) Bennu from OSIRIS-REx imaging and thermal analysis, Nature Astronomy 3, p. 341–351.

Walsh, K.J., Jawin, E.R.,… Ryan, A.J.,… and D.S. Lauretta, 2019, Craters, boulders and regolith of (101955) Bennu indicative of an old and dynamic surface, Nature Geoscience 12, p. 242–246.

Cambioni, S., Delbo, M., Ryan, A.J., Furfaro, R., and E. Asphaug, 2019, Constraining the Thermal Properties of Planetary Surfaces using Machine Learning: Application to Airless Bodies, Icarus 325, p. 16–30.

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