Hans Joachim Mueller
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Hans Joachim Mueller has completed his PhD in Geophysics at the Academy of Sciences Berlin, Germany in 1988. During the last 30 years he published multiple papers in reputed journals about high pressure geophysics, mineral physics and the deep interior of terrestrial planets. The international program Deep Carbon Observatory was link and cause for starting to care about special aspects of climate change few years ago.
Geophysical large volume high pressure research in conjunction with light and neutron sources, High pressure ultrasonic interferometry, High pressure falling sphere viscosimetry, Seismic attenuation, Elastic and inelastic properties of natural rocks and its artificial representatives under extreme conditions, Experimental investigation of elastic properties in the seismic frequency range by the LVP deformation technique, Multi-staging in DIA-type LVPs – bridging the pressure gap between large volume and diamond anvil cell hp technology, Comparative study of long term climate development of terrestrial planets and Earth, Development and political enforcement of real negative emissions on planet Earth before the ongoing climate change gets irreversibly.