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PhD position in computational modelling of asteroid collisions Closing date: 2022-05-15
Contact: Martin Jutzi
The aim of this project is to study the origin and collisional evolution of asteroids and their precursors - the planetesimals - using realistic rheological models based on advanced laboratory and space mission impact experiments. Data from the upcoming NASA DART mission impact will be used for validation and calibration of the numerical models. These studies will be the basis for a general framework of collision outcomes, as required in planet formation models. They will also include investigations of possible formation scenarios of asteroid (16) Psyche, target of NASA's 'Psyche' mission.

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