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Frederik J. Simons - About Me

Frederik Simons at the Dziewonski Symposium

Frederik J. Simons joined the faculty as an Assistant Professor of Geosciences in 2006 and was promoted in 2013 to Associate Professor, with continuing tenure. Between 2010 and 2013 he was the Dusenbury University Preceptor of Geological & Geophysical Sciences. Currently he is also an Associated Faculty member in the Program in Applied & Computational Mathematics, and he serves on the Executive Committee of the Program in Archaeology. Since 2017, Frederik has been a Professor of Geosciences.

Previously, he was a Lecturer at University College London, a Princeton Council of Science & Technology Beck Fellow and a Department of Geosciences Hess Post-doctoral Fellow. His Ph.D. in Geophysics is from M.I.T. and his M.Sc. in Geology from the KU Leuven in Belgium, of which he is a native.

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