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Biographical entry Müller, Dietmar

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Geophysicist

Summary

Dietmar Müller is a geophysicist is renowned for his work on merging conventional geological and geophysical data into global digital data sets, and coupling global tectonic models with kinematic and dynamic process models. At the University of Sydney he founded the Institute of Marine Science and established the EarthByte e-research group which pursues collaborative development of open-source palaeogeographic information system software. He is Professor of Geophysics at the University.

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1993 -
Career position - Lecturer in Geophysics, University of Sydney
2000
Award - Fresh Science Prize, British Council
2004
Award - S. W. Carey Medal, Geological Society of Australia
2006 -
Award - Fellow, American Geophysical Union
2009 -
Award - ARC Laureate Fellowship
2017 -
Career position - Director, Sydney Informatics Hub
2017 -
Award - Fellow, Australian Academy of Science
2018
Award - New South Wales Premier's Prize for Excellence in Mathematics, Earth Sciences, Chemistry or Physics
2019
Award - Excellence Professor Award, Petersen Foundation, Germany

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Helen Cohn