I am a geophysicist who applies physics and math to solve geologic problems.

My broad research interests are in the dynamics of Earth's tectonic plates. Recently, I have been working on how magma-rock interaction can alter continental lithosphere.

Prospective students: I am always looking for motivated graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in using physics, math, and numerical modeling to solve geologic problems. Please send me an email.

Announcements - Fall 2022: Congratulations to PhD student Katherine Cosburn for succesfully defending her thesis in May and to undergraduate honors student Will Crockett on completing his honors thesis!

Spring 2022: Congratulations to undergraduate honors student Will Crockett on being accepted to the Santa Fe Institute summer program on complexity research! and also for winning a 2022 Water GC Communication Scholarship for his work on modeling soil moisture

Mousumi Roy

Associate Professor

Ph.D., Geophysics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997

mroy at unm.edu

Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of New Mexico
MSC 07-4220, 210 Yale Blvd NE,
Albuquerque, NM 87106
USA


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