2018

Welcome!

Thank you for visiting my homepage. Here you'll find a summary of my past, present and future geophysical research activities. I am an assistant professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at University of California, Berkeley, exploring global scale geodynamical problems across many time scales. This includes solid Earth and ocean tides (acting on hours to years), the deformation of the Earth due to the melting of large Pleistocene ice sheets (years to tens of thousands of years), and mantle convection, the process that drives plate tectonics (millions to billions of years). The theme of all of this work is to understand how we can coherently characterize the Earth's behavior across these vastly different time scales.



If you have any interest in working with me as part of your undergraduate, graduate or post-doctoral research, I encourage you to get in touch.






Contact

Earth and Planetary Science
University of California, Berkeley
307 McCone Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-4767
telephone: +1 (510) 642-3993
email: hcplau (at) berkeley (dot) edu










 
 
Harriet Lau
Earth and Planetary Science
University of California, Berkeley
307 McCone Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-4767

tel: +1 (510) 642-3993
email: hcplau (at) berkeley (dot) edu