Geophysics


Geophysics faculty, students and alumni at Colorado School of Mines are looking below the surface to enable innovation in energy, infrastructure, space exploration — and beyond.
The special award recognizes individuals who have made a specific technical contribution to exploration geophysics, such as an invention or a theoretical or conceptual advancement.
A new geoscience makerspace has opened on the Mines campus, giving undergraduate and graduate students a place where they can experiment with novel forms of instrumentation and try out their designs
Colorado School of Mines is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Universidad Nacional de Trujillo in Peru.
Two Mines professors contributed to a new study, led by a Mines alum and published May 6 in the journal Science, that proves value of electromagnetic techniques in a new polar environment.
The Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees has awarded promotions and/or tenure to 19 Mines faculty members for the 2022-2023 academic year. Additionally, five Mines faculty members were granted
The prestigious program — the oldest continuous graduate fellowship of its kind — provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated potential for significant achievements in the STEM disciplines.
"With access to Frontera, publicly available data from all around the world, and the power of our modeling tools, we've started approaching the continental-scale resolution in our global full wave inversion models," said Ebru Bozdag, assistant professor of geophysics at Mines.
More specifics – and more participation in the burgeoning field of CCUS – are still needed to meet the challenge of climate change, said the director of Colorado School of Mines’ first-of-its-kind online graduate certificate in CCUS.
Ebru Bozdag, assistant professor of geophysics, is part of a team of researchers from five universities across the U.S.