MSc in Planetary Science
eravanis@hawaii.edu
+1 808 956 9237
POST 544B

Overview

I am a PhD student and Graduate Research Assistant at HIGP, and student collaborator for the Mastcam-Z instrument onboard the NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover. My research interests are the geomorphology and geology of Mars, in particular Martian caves, lava tubes, and volcanic processes. As part of my research assistantship, I work on the science support team for Mastcam-Z operations and help to characterize the geology of Jezero crater. Before moving to Hawaiʻi, I worked for the European Space Agency for 2 years on the Mars Express mission. My role there was in science operations, data processing and data archiving for the Visual Monitoring Camera instrument. I have an MSc in Planetary Science and a BSc in Geography.

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