Stanislav Sinogeikin
Associate Director of HPCAT
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tanislav (Stas) Sinogeikin is the Associate Director of HPCAT. His diverse research interests include mineralogy of the upper mantle and transition zone of the Earth, physical (especially elastic) properties of materials at high pressures and temperatures, applications of high-pressure mineral physics to the dynamics of the Earth’s interior, time-resolved studies of materials at high pressure, and development of x-ray microdiffraction and spectroscopic techniques and supporting facilities and sample environment devices for at high pressure and temperature studies.

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