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Dr Julie Prytulak

Associate Professor, Director of Postgraduate Studies


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Associate Professor, Director of Postgraduate Studies in the Department of Earth SciencesRm 316+44 (0) 191 33 42328

Biography

2018 - Associate Professor, University of Durham

2011 - 2018: NERC Research Fellow, Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London

2008 - 2011: PDRA, NERC Research Fellow, University of Oxford

2004 - 2008: PhD, University of Bristol

2002 - 2004: Master of Science, Washington State University, USA

1998 - 2002: B.Sc. Honors, Carleton University, Canada

*** I am actively looking to recruit PhD students on the below topics for October 2021 start ***

  • Tracking element transfer during subduction initiation using the isotopic composition of 'chalcophile' elements. Durham supervisors: Julie Prytulak, Geoff Nowell
  • Melting, remobilisation and chemical cannibalism in long-lived mushy systems. Durham supervisors: Julie Prytulak, Madeleine Humphreys
  • Using metal stable isotopes to investigate chemical weathering of anthropogenic deposits. Durham supervisors: Julie Prytulak, Bob Hilton (Geography) and Mathieu Dellinger (Geography)

These projects could be funded through the IAPETUS2 DTP (https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/), Durham Doctoral Scholarships, or other means.

Do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss any projects that interest you

Supervises
  • Madeleine Stow (Durham)
  • Josh Brown (Durham)
  • Sophie Page (Durham)
  • Toby Boocock (St. Andrews)
  • Alex Brett (Imperial)

Research groups

  • Geochemistry Research Group

Publications

Journal Article

Supervision students