About Me

My deep interest in life beyond Earth has led me to research four aspects of astrobiology: the habitability of planetary interiors, the elemental requirements of life, prebiotic synthesis, and atmospheric biosignature detection. While trained in astrophysics and space instrumentation, I have chosen to get a grasp, uniquely obtained through research, on biology, geology, and chemistry. In the Desch group, my research focuses on modeling the geophysics and geochemistry of dwarf planet interiors to assess their habitability.

Contact Details

Arizona State University
School of Earth & Space Exploration
ISTB4 Building - Room 548
781 E Terrace Mall
Tempe, Arizona
mneveu@asu.edu
http://marcneveu.wordpress.com
https://github.com/MarcNeveu