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geophysicist

Arwen Fedora Deuss, Dutch geophysicist. Achievements include discovery of first observation of inner core shear waves. Recipient Doornbos Memorial award, Committee on Studies of Earth's Deep Interior, 2004, Fowler prize in Geophysics, Royal Astronomical Society, 2005. Member of Seismological Society of America, American Geophysical Union.

Background

Deuss, Arwen Fedora was born on April 11, 1975 in Tilburg, Noord Brabant, Netherlands. Daughter of Joannes Nicolaas Wilhelmus Deuss.

Education

Master of Science in Geophysics (honorary), Utrecht University, The Netherlands, 1998. Doctor of Philisophy in Seismology, University Oxford, England, 2002.

Career

Junior research fellow University Oxford, 2001—2004. North American Electric Reliability Corporation research fellow Oxford University, 2003—2004. Lecturer theoretical geophysics University Cambridge, since 2004.

Fellow, director studies, tutor Pembroke College, Cambridge, since 2004.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of first observation of inner core shear waves.

Membership

Member of Seismological Society of America, American Geophysical Union.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Raqs sharqi, travel, piano, dance.

Connections

Life partner Almar Arie de Ronde.

father:
Joannes Nicolaas Wilhelmus Deuss Deuss