Researcher Profile

Jackson School of Geosciences

Nicholas W Hayman

Nicholas W Hayman
Research Scientist, Institute for Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences
Lecturer, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences

Work: +1 512 471 7721
Office: ROC 3.220
Mailcode: R2200
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Areas of Expertise

Currently active projects include studies of ocean-crustal faulting, the dynamics of continental rifting, evolution of forearc basins and accretionary prisms, and mudrock microstructure. Also many projects involve sailing on research vessels to study active spreading centers in various corners of the globe.


Jacqueline Reber, 2013 - 2015, University of Texas, Austin

Graduate Students

Jennifer Harding (Co-supervisor)
I am using wide-angle refraction tomography to study the role of magmatism and tectonics in crustal accretion at the Mid Cayman Spreading Center, an ultra-slow spreading center in the Caribbean Sea.

Rodrigo D Lima (Supervisor)

Sebastian Ramirez, Ph.D., 2016 (Co-supervisor)
University of Texas, Austin
Sebastian was formally supervised by Brian Horton and Sean Gulick. He and I did a lot of work together on the Japan Margin.

Anna Eliza Svartman Dias, Ph.D., 2015 (Co-supervisor)
University of Texas, Austin

2016Spring GEO 338T Marine Tectonics
2016Spring GEO 381T Marine Tectonics
2015Fall GEO 338J Marine Geology
2015Fall GEO 391 Marine Geology
2015Spring GEO 338T Marine Tectonics
2015Spring GEO 381T Marine Tectonics
2014Fall GEO 191 Tpcs In Marine Geol & Geophys
2014Spring GEO 338T Marine Tectonics
2014Spring GEO 381T Marine Tectonics

Nick's UTIG website

Nick Hayman's Publications
An externally hosted (wordpress) site to present a selection of my research products.