PI's

Alex Copley

PI

Alex is a professor at the University of Cambridge and a PI in the iTECC project. Within this framework he is involved with investigating the deformation and geodynamics of the northern Tibetan Plateau.

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Yani Najman

PI

Yani is a professor at Lancaster University as well as a PI within the iTECC research group. Her research involves using the detrital record and techniques such as isotopic geochemistry and thermochronology to understand tectonics, climate and erosion in the Himalaya, Tibet and Pamirs.

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Christian France-Lanord

PI
Tel: +33 03 83 59 42 20

Christian is the director of Centre de Recherches Pétrographiques et Géochimiques (CRPG) in Nancy, France. His research focuses on the stable isotope geochemistry side of things applying it to a number of different localities to learn about erosion, climate change, the carbon cycle among many others.

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Jan Wijbrans

PI
Tel: +31 20 598 7296

Jan is a professor at the VU University in The Netherlands where he is the director of the Argon Geochronology Lab. His research interests include the determination of rates of various processes, the timing of absolute events, plate motion, young volcanism, early crustal genesis, the geological timescale and the time scales of earth systems science.

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Mike Bickle

PI
Tel: +4401223333484

Mike is a professor at the University of Cambridge where his research interests include studying the weathering, erosion and chemical fluxes in Asian rivers and their implications for long-term climate change.

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Cornelia Spiegel

PI
Tel: +4942121865280

Cornelia is a professor at the University of Bremen in Bremen, Germany where she uses fission track and (U-Th)/He analysis of apatite and zircon, analysis of cosmogenic nuclides, petrology and other methods to constrain rates of erosion, exhumation and denundation.

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Yannick Donnadieu

PI
Tel: +33016908 8666

Yannick is a professor at the Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement (LSCE) in Paris, France where he investigates global climate change and the global carbon cycle using various numerical modeling methods.

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Pierre Sepulchre

PI
Tel: +330169086549

Pierre is a researcher at Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement (LSCE) in Paris, France where he investigates and models the evolution of the climate over the last 50 million years in places like Africa, South America and the Himalaya.

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Manfred Strecker

PI
Tel: +493319775811

Manfred is a professor at the University of Potsdam in Potsdam-Golm, Germany where he investigates the evolution of tectonic stress field, the relationships between climate, erosion and tectonics as well as earthquake related hazards and paleoseismology.

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Dirk Sachse

PI
Tel: +493319775841

Dirk is a research scientist/workgroup leader at the University of Potsdam in Potsdam-Golm, Germany where he investigates interactions of the geo-, bio- and hydrosphere through the geological time and their influence on climate - and vice versa. He also specialises in the development and refinement of novel molecular and stable isotope based proxies for the reconstruction of paleoclimates.

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Thermo Scientific

PI

The industrial partner PI's consist of Doug Hamilton and Claudia Bouman at Thermo Scientific in Bremen, Germany where they are developing new noble gas analytical techniques.

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Stephen Goodlad

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Jean Braun

PI
Tel: +330476514074

Jean is a professor at Institut des Sciences de la Terre in Grenoble, France where he uses various numerical modeling techniques to investigate a large range of topics such as tectonics, geomorphology, climate, erosion, among others.

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Peter van der Beek

PI

Peter is a professor at the Institut des Sciences de la Terre (ISTerre), Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France where he investigates tectonism, erosion and climate in various mountain terranes.


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