Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability
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Jood Al Aswad
Ph.D. Student in Geological Sciences, admitted Autumn 2019
BioI am interested in the coevolution of marine invertebrates and their environment, especially in relation to mass extinctions.
Ph.D. Student in Geological Sciences, admitted Autumn 2017
BioPhD candidate in Basin and Petroleum Systems Modeling group, School of Earth, since September 2017. Holds MS degree in oil and gas geology. Anatoly has a 12 years of experience in fossil fuels industry as an exploration geologist and seismic interpreter in Schlumberger and Rosneft.
Current research focused on subsurface faults and evolution of their properties through geological time. Anatoly uses basin and geologic modeling tools in a combination with recent developments in machine learning for geological processes simulation and understanding of faults behavior. He is advised by Steve Graham, Tapan Mukerji and Allegra Hosford Scheirer.
Professor of Geology in the School of Earth Sciences, Emeritus
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsFormation, geometric patterns and fluid flow properties of fractures and faults in a broad range of scales.
Director of Finance and Operations, Department of Geological Sciences
Current Role at StanfordDirector of Finance and Operations, Department of Geological Sciences, School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences.
Professor of Geological Sciences, Emeritus
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsTheoretical geochemistry of reactions among aqueous solutions and minerals in magma-hydrothermal systems; environmental geochemistry of toxic metals in the Mother Lode Gold region, CA, and the emergence of life in the aftermath of the Moon-forming impact, ca. 4.4Ga.
Research and Development Scientist and Engineer, Department of Geological Sciences
Current Role at StanfordI manage the Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Laboratory in the Mitchell Building, part of the Environmental Measurements Facility 2 (EMF2) at Stanford's School of Earth Sciences. The lab houses 8 analyzer systems interfaced with 5 mass spectrometers which are used for high-precision stable isotope measurements of a wide variety of materials from terrestrial as well as marine environments. My role there is to ensure smooth operation of the instrumentation, to closely monitor the quality of the generated data, and to work with students and researchers to optimize existing or develop new methods for both sample preparation and analysis.