Springe direkt zu Inhalt

Julia Schmidt, M.Sc.

CV Julia Schmidt

Geodynamics and Mineral Physics of Planetary Processes group

Doctoral student - TRR170 Late Accretion onto Terrestrial Planets (C06)

Malteserstr. 74-100
Room D207, Building D
12249 Berlin

The aim of my PhD thesis is to develop a global model on crustal formation on early Earth. For this, I investigate the early evolution of Earth’s interior and surface by linking mineralogical, chemical, and thermodynamic properties. With this information, a statistical overview of crustal formation and recycling mechanisms will be created.

For my research, following topics are of particular interest:

-Varying melt compositions and the impact of partition coefficients

-different formation processes of oceanic and proto-continental crust

-crustal and lithospheric erosion and delamination.


In revision:

Ortenzi G., Noack L., Sohl F., Guimond C. M., Grenfell L., Dorn C., Schmidt J. M., Vulpius S., Katyal N., Kitzmann D., and  Rauer H. (2020): Redox state of mantle drives chemical speciation of volatiles during outgassing for rocky planets, Nature Scientific Reports.


Schmidt, J., Noack, L., Plesa, A.-C. (2020): Thermal evolution of terrestrial planets - implications and relevance of partition coefficient modeling. Presentation at the (virtual) Goldschmidt conference, Honolulu.

Schmidt, J. and Noack, L. (/2019)/: The influence of K, Th, and U partition coefficients on the thermal evolution of a planet. Oral presentation at the /Paneth Kolloquium/, Nördlingen.

Schmidt, J. and Noack, L. (2019): Modelling the redistribution of radioactive elements from the mantle to crust. Poster presentation at the /Goldschmidt conference,/ Barcelona.

Schmidt, J. and Noack, L. (2019): Understanding and comparing calculations of partition coefficients: how P-T conditions affect the enrichment of trace elements in the crust. Poster presentation at the /EGU conference,/ Vienna.