Arthur D. Storke Memorial Professor , Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (DEES) , Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) , The Earth Institute
Marc Spiegelman holds a joint position in the Departments of Earth & Environmental Sciences and Applied Physics & Applied Mathematics at Columbia University. He obtained a BA in Geology (1985) from Harvard University and a PhD in Geology and Geophysics from Cambridge University (1989). He was then a Lamont Post-doctoral Fellow in Columbia University, and a Research Scientist and also Lecturer at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. He joined the faculty of Columbia University in 2000 and became full Professor in 2008.
Professor Spiegelman’s research interests include understanding the dynamics and observable consequences of fluid flow in strongly deformable porous media. His current computational research focuses on methods and software for more flexible exploration and solution of multi-physics problems including using tools for automatic code generation for multi-physics problems (FEniCS) and rapid composition of physics-based preconditioners using PETSc.
- A Combined Experimental and Theoretical investigation of reactive flow in brittle media with applications to solid Earth geodynamics
- Collaborative Research: Advanced modeling for understanding fluid and magma migration in subduction zones
- Collaborative Research: Advanced Models of Magma Migration at Convergent MARGINS
- Collaborative Research: Alteration of mantle peridottie: Geochemical fluxes and dynamics of far from equilibrium transport
- Connecting lava rheology and flow dynamics using novel field and modeling techniques
- Dynamical coupling of deformation and melt transport in the Earth: A combined theoretical and experimental study
- Earth Microbiology Initiative at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
- Extreme Physics and Chemistry of Carbon: Forms, Transformations and Movements in Planetary Interiors
- Modeling of reactive fluid-solid systems for H2O and carbon transport in subduction zones
- Physics and Chemistry of Carbon at Extreme Conditions
- SI2-SSI: Collaborative Research: ENKI: Software infrastructure that Enables Knowledge integration for Modeling Coupled Geochemical and Geodynamical Processes
- The Extreme Physics and Chemistry Community of the Deep Carbon Observatory