S.-H. Dan Shim, 심상헌, 沈相憲
I am a mineral physicist. I study materials under extreme conditions of the planetary interiors through experimental and computational methods. I then model the planetary interiors based on my experiments.
I am interested in comparative planetology from mineralogy perspective. I collaborate with planetary scientists and astrophysicists to understand how materials in the deep interiors of planets can affect the chemical and physical evolution of planets.
ASU is an exciting place to conduct such research because of collaborative environment at School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE), a new initiative in Materials of the Universe (MOTU), and a NASA-supported NExSS group. I am also a PI of a NExSS team for water-world exoplanet research.
I also develop education contents in open-source computational framework. I am particularly interested in linking research and education. Please find related materials posted in the resource section of this website.
Associate Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration, Arizona State University, USA, 2012-present.
Visiting Scientist, Yonsei University, Korea, 2019.
Visiting Scientist, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France, 2014.
Associate Professor, Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, 2008-2011.
Assistant Professor, Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, 2003-2007.
Miller Research Fellow, University of California at Berkeley, USA, 2001-2003.
Ph.D. Geosciences, Princeton University, USA, 2001.
M.S. Geological Sciences, Seoul National University, Korea, 1994.
B.S. Geological Sciences, Seoul National University, Korea, 1992.
Planetary Materials, Structure of Earth Materials, Introduction to Mineral Physics
Coding for exploration, Python for Earth Science, Python for Graduate Research
Introduction to Geology
Mineral spectroscopy and crystallography, Phase Transitions in the Mantle
The Core-Mantle Boundary, Volatiles and Ices in Earth and Planets, Hydrogen: From Planetary To Energy Sciences