Student Profile

Jackson School of Geosciences

Emily Bamber

B.S., Earth Science, University of Oxford, UK, 2017
M.S., Earth Science, University of Oxford, UK, 2018

Office: EPS

Supervisor


I am a PhD student in the Planetary Surface Processes lab My current research addresses the past hydrological evolution of impact crater lakes on Earth, Mars and elsewhere with fieldwork, satellite observations and modelling.

Graduate Fellowship - Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas, Austin (2020 - 2021)

USRA Travel Grant - Universities Space Research Association, USA (2018)

Royal Astronomical Society Travel Grant - Royal Astronomical Society, London, UK (2018)

Royal Astronomical Society Travel Grant - Royal Astronomical Society, London, UK (2018)

Royal Astronomical Society Travel Grant - Royal Astronomical Society, London, UK (2017)

Best Performance in Geochemistry - Shell / University of Oxford (2017)

St Peter's College, Fieldwork Grant - St Peter's College, University of Oxford, UK (2017)

Anjool Malde Scholarship - St Peter's College, University of Oxford, UK (2017)

St Peterís College Collection Prize - St Peter's College, University of Oxford, UK (2016)

Department of Earth Sciences, Fieldwork Grant - University of Oxford, UK (2016)

St Peter's College, Fieldwork Grant - St Peter's College, University of Oxford, UK (2016)

Christian Deelman Travel Fund - St Peter's College, University of Oxford, UK (2016)

Sediment Transport and Aqueous Alteration in a Mars-Analog Glacial System, 49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, Texas (2018)

Investigating the nature of crystalline and shocked anorthosite on the moon, 48th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, Texas (2017)

Sediment transport and aqueous alteration in a mars-analogue glacial system, 33rd Lunar & Planetary Institute Summer Intern Conference, Houston, Texas (2017)