Geophysics in the Mines Newsroom
- “Bat vision” isn't just for comic book heroes any more
Developing machine learning-enabled acoustic imaging for first responders will represent a major advancement in mine rescue, which is surprisingly low-tech in some ways.
- Partnership with Peru's Universidad Nacional de San Agustín puts sustainable mining best practices front and center
The new Center for Mining Sustainability will address the environmental and societal concerns surrounding small-scale mining and promote the practice in a way that sustains the industry, supports loca …
- Antarctic glacier melting faster than previously estimated
Newly digitized vintage film has doubled how far back scientists can peer into the history of underground ice in Antarctica, and revealed that an ice shelf on Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica is be …
Sarah Alhumaidan, who graduated on Friday with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geophysical Engineering, and recipient of the John C. Hollister Award by nomination of the Geophysics Faculty, gave an amazing Student Address before her peers, faculty, and attendees at the 2019 Mines Spring Undergraduate Commencement.
Congratulations to three members of our Geophysics faculty, who continue a long tradition of outstanding work on the Mines campus. At the April Faculty Forum this week, Diane Witters and Kamini Singha each received the W.M. Keck Mentorship Award, and Andrei Swidinsky received the Outstanding Teaching Award for Geophysics.
The CSM Chapter of Sigma Xi has recently inducted Geophysics PhD Candidate Jared Atkinson as its newest member.