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Over the past few months, 3 PhD students have joined our research group. Read on to see what projects they’ll be working on during the next 3 years and to find out about upcoming PhD projects starting in 2019. Marissa … Continue reading
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A new paper by Paul Tar et al. published in Advances in Space Research looks at training computers, rather than people, to identify features on planetary landscapes. The story of our solar system’s evolution encoded in the landscapes of planets, … Continue reading