Sarah Stewart working with a giant gun used to shoot lexan bullets into ice as part of different experiments in her lab.

Sarah Stewart working with a giant gun used to shoot lexan bullets into ice as part of different experiments in her lab.

Sarah T. Stewart

Professor
Ph.D., California Institute of Technology (2002)
Planetary Science, Geophysics

Planet formation and evolution with focus on collisional processes, including giant impacts and impact cratering. Laboratory measurements of the equation of state and rheological properties of planetary materials using shock wave techniques. Experimental and computational studies of impact processes to interpret the formation, resurfacing history, physical properties, and internal structure of planets and small bodies.

sts@ucdavis.edu
(530) 794-8689

http://sarahtstewart.net