Rodrigo Correa Rangel
Assistant Professor (April 2024)
Ph.D. Geophysics, University of Wyoming, United States, 2022
M.Sc. Geophysics, University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2018
B.Sc. Geophysics, University of São Paulo, 2010
University of Toronto
Department of Earth Sciences
22 Ursula Franklin St., Toronto
Ontario, Canada M5S 3B1
My research focuses on studying cryosphere (e.g., permafrost, lake ice, and snow) and groundwater processes using near-surface geophysical methods, including ground penetrating radar (GPR), transient electromagnetics (TEM), electrical resistivity tomography (ERT), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), and seismic reflection and refraction. It also includes field observations, laboratory measurements, remote sensing, and numerical modeling.
I am actively recruiting graduate students to join my research group in Fall 2024. If you are interested, please contact me at email@example.com.
Looking for motivated graduate students to work on environmental geophysics projects related to cryosphere (e.g., permafrost dynamics, lake ice properties, and snow hydrology) and groundwater processes using a combination of non-invasive field geophysical methods, geophysical modeling, remote sensing, and laboratory measurements. For more information, please contact Prof. Rodrigo Rangel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please note that the Department of Earth Sciences is not currently accepting international masters students. Information about application procedures and deadlines can be found here: https://www.es.utoronto.ca/programs/graduate/how-to-apply/.