Benjamin Gabriel Rene Bultel
My research interest:
- Mars surface mineralogy by spectro-imagery data analysis
- Morphological analysis on Mars by combination of orbital data & DTM analysis
- Geochemical modelling of fluid-rock interaction applied to Mars and icy satellites
- Solar System habitability with a focus on serpentinization and carbonation processes
- Impact cratering via crater statistics analysis to date terrestrial surfaces
My research experiences:
Since 2016: Postdoctoral Researcher at Center for Earth Evolution and Dynamics (CEED), Oslo, Norway.
#1: Crater Clock (PI: Stephanie Werner at CEED).
#2: PTAL: Planetary Terrestrial Analogues Library (PI: Stephanie Werner at CEED).
#3: WINE-Mars (Water-rock Interactions in Noachian Environments, Mars).
#4: MARGARITAS (more on that soon…)
2012-2016: PhD candidate: Lyon Geology Laboratory, France: Serpentinization & Carbonation of the Martian crust. My supervisors were Cathy Quantin-Nataf and Muriel Andréani.
2012: Lyon Geology Laboratory, France. Master internship: Serpentine detection with CRISM data between Hellas and Isidis basins, Mars. My supervisors were Cathy Quantin-Nataf, Muriel Andréani and Harold Clenet.
2011: Nantes Geodynamic and Planetology Laboratory, France. Internship Past glacial landscape in Candor Chasma, Valles Marineris, Mars. My supervisors were Daniel Mège, Olivier Bourgeois and Marine Gourronc.