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					                                  CURRICULUM VITAE
PERSONAL DETAILS:

Name:                        Lidunka Vočadlo
Address:                     Department of Earth Sciences
                             University College London
                             Gower Street
                             London
                             WC1E 6BT

                              020 7679 7919
                             email: l.vocadlo@ucl.ac.uk
                             http://www.bowfell.geol.ucl.ac.uk/~lidunka

Date of Birth:               6th November 1966

Present Appointment:         Professor of Mineral Physics



EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:

      1988 BSc. Hons. Physics and Astronomy, UCL

      1989 PGCE Institute of Education, London

      1993 PhD in Geophysics, UCL


POSITIONS HELD:

      1993-1996     NERC PDRA

      1996-1999     UCL Research Fellow

      1999- 2008    Royal Society University Research Fellowship

      2004- 2009    Reader in Mineral Physics

      2009-         Professor of Mineral Physics


OTHER APPOINTMENTS/AFFILIATIONS:

      Member of the Institute of Physics, Chartered Physicist 1995-
      Member of the American Geophysical Union 1996-
      Committee of the Mineral Physics Group of the Mineralogical Society 2003-2007
      NERC Peer Review College 2003-2006


AWARDS:

      Doornbos Memorial Prize 1998
      Co-author on paper (Mao et al., 2001) selected as one of best five from APS, USA.
      Mineralogical Society of Great Britain Max Hey Medal 2004
RESEARCH FUNDING:

     NERC grant GR9/04220 of £27,309 for The Melting Curve of Iron via ab initio free
      energy calculations (1999-2001)

     Royal Society URF £381,468 (1999-2008)

     NERC grant NER/O/S/2001/01260 "The deep Earth system - understanding the
      composition, chemistry and dynamics of the deep Earth through an interdisciplinary
      study of the core-mantle and inner-outer core interfaces". Part of a consortium lead
      by Prof. D. Gubbins totalling £805,325.00 of which UCL was awarded £253,069
      (2002-2005)

     PPARC grant PP/C501992/1of £238,512 for "The properties of planetary forming
      materials and the evolution of the icy moons" (2005-2008)

     NERC grant NE/C519662/1 of £163,562 for "The structure and anisotropy of the
      inner core " (2005-2008)

     NERC grant NE/H003541/1 of £806.917 for “New models for the Earth's core: the
      neglected role of nickel - ab initio calculations and high P-T experiments on Fe-Ni
      alloys" (2010-2013).



PHD STUDENTS:

     Paula Martin - the Martian interior (NERC funded, awarded 2002)

     Dominic Fortes - Experimental and theoretical studies of ammonium hydrates to high
      pressure (UCL Graduate School Scholarship, Ph.D. awarded 2004)

     Emily Baldwin - Studies of lunar crustal evolution using the AUTODYN
      hydrodynamics code and D-CIXS data on SMART-1 (2004-)

     Helen Brand - Thermal evolution of the Jovian Moons (2005-)

     Alex Lindsay-Scott – Structures and properties of post-perovskite analogue phases
      (2007-)

				
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