Earth Science and Engineering: understanding planets’ systems and processes

Professor Mark Sephton, Head of Department of Earth Science and Engineering,  Imperial College London

Professor Sephton welcomes Members and guests of Friends of Imperial to the Department of Earth Science and Engineering to share their research on Earth and other planets. 

The research in the department covers a breadth of fields across interdisciplinary teams. They look to other planets for signs of life, use computational modelling to mitigate environmental risks, and study the paleoclimate of Antarctica to understand current climate change.

Professor Sephton and his team are at the cutting edge of understanding how Earth systems work, how natural resources and energy can be sustainably extracted, using a combination of pure and applied research.

This event is part of an exclusive programme of Member-only visits. Each event gives Members of Friends of Imperial College and their guest’s unique access to facilities and research departments with our Behind-the-Scenes events in Imperial and beyond!

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