Alastair is investigating potential habitats for microorganisms on Mars
Dr Alex Bevan is Head of Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences at the WA Museum
Andy leads meteorite recovery expeditions to Australia's deserts.
Professor Brian O’Brien orchestrated the only experiments to measure lunar dust on the Moon
Chris is studying volcanic gases on Earth and from the Moon
Ellie is working on an automated system to determine orbits and mass of meteoroids from the Desert Fireball Network camera images
Eriita studies Mars environments through multivariate statistical analyses of remote sensing data, and thermal modelling.
Frank is uncovering the chemistry of Venus' atmosphere
Dr Fred Jourdan is Associate Professor and director of the Argon-Argon (40Ar/39Ar) noble gas laboratory at Curtin University since 2007
Graziella is Associate Professor in Space Science at the University of South Australia
Gretchen is the lead on initial Mineralogy/ Petrology of the meteorites found by the Desert Fireball Network.
Hadrien Devillepoix is using the Desert Fireball Network to detect new discoveries in astronomy.
Helen is a beamline scientist on the powder diffraction beamline at the Australian synchrotron.
Dr Helen Maynard-Casely is an instrument scientist for the WOMBAT high-intensity powder diffractometer at the Bragg Institute.
Jay Ridgewell is an Outreach Officer at Curtin University
Jonathan Paxman is a mechatronic engineer and works on the Desert Fireball Network team
Dr. Jonti Horner is an astronomer and astrobiologist
Jonty works on planet formation processes through links between stars, their attendant planets, and remnant dusty debris.
Katarina Miljkovic is a planetary scientist with expertise in numerical and experimental impact physics.
Lucy's primary focus is detecting extralunar fragments in lunar soils collected on the Apollo 14 mission to the Moon
Luke joined the Australian Desert Fireball Network in March 2013 to undertake his PhD as part of the sample analysis team.
Dr Marc Norman is Emeritus Fellow at The Australian National University in Isotope Geochemistry as well as the Executive Editor at Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.
Marion is a planetary geologist & first year coordinator at the School of Geosciences, Monash University
Dr Marion Grange is a geologist and geochemist working on planetary material from the Moon and Mars.
Martin works on the Desert Fireball Network developing software and keeping things running.
Martin is project manager of the Desert Fireball Network and a senior research fellow
Martin is a geologist and astrobiologist, working on some of the world’s oldest rocks and the record of life trapped therein
Nick researches structural and microstructural geology and the shock deformation of minerals, particularly zircons
Noreen uses laser ablation ICPMS to better understand meteorites and event horizons
Assoc Prof Penny King uses geochemistry and petrology to understand planetary processes.
Professor Phil Bland heads the Desert Fireball Network which aims to record, collect and extract orbits of meteorites
Rachel’s PhD focuses on the role of gas-solid-melt reactions in the formation of Early Solar System materials.
As the Outreach Officer for SSERVI Australia, Renae focuses on community and capacity building to raise the profile of Australian Planetary Science
Renaud is an isotope geochemist and geochronologist in the Research School of Earth Sciences at the Australian National University.
Robert's working on the Desert Fireball Network automated cameras
Professor Russell Boyce holds the position of Chair for Space Engineering at UNSW Canberra, where he leads the UNSW Canberra Space Research effort.
Shannon's PhD, ‘Formation of Sulfates on a Dry Mars’, focuses on the impact formation of sulfates on Mars and the implications this has for the history of water on Mars
Professor Simon George is working on the geochemical record of the early evolution of life and astrobiology
Professor Simon Ringer is a materials scientist specialising in the relationships between micro and nanostructure of materials
Siobhan (Sasha) uses the crystal chemical and isotopic information preserved within minerals to study biogeochemical element cycling at planetary surfaces
Steve Reddy is science leader of the Geoscience Atom Probe facility and is interested in micro- to nano-scale structural and geochemical processes recorded in meteorites and impacts.
Tara is studying her Masters of Philosophy in early life and hydrothermal fluids in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Dr Tim Johnson is interested in early Earth processes
Tracy is Associate Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Macquarie University in Sydney.
Trent Jansen-Sturgeon is using the Desert Fireball Network for satellite orbital determination and tracking.
Trudi is a geologist with a life-long interest in planetary science and astronomy.