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Mark Meier

Mark Meier

Research Professor
Department of Physics

Office: Science & Research 1, 605A
Contact: markameier@uh.edu - (713) 743-6195

Education:Ph.D.,Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, May 1998, Dissertation: The Time-Domain Triple-Probe Method, Master of Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, August 1992, Thesis: Langmuir Probe Investigation of the Effect of Electron Cyclotron Resonance Heating on the Edge Plasma of the Texas Experimental Tokamak

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Exploration seismology, Sensors and seismic source technology, Plasma physics, thermonuclear plasma confinement

  • THEORY FOR A LOW FREQUENCY MARINE DIPOLE SEISMIC SOURCE, MA Meier, RE Duren, JOURNAL OF SEISMIC EXPLORATION 25 (3), 285-298, 2016
  • Low frequency seismic acquisition using a counter rotating eccentric mass vibrator, MA Meier, SE Heiney, J Tomic, P Ibanez, CN Byrne, US Patent 9,310,499, 2016
  • Resonant transducers for solid-state plasma density modulation, GA Hallock, MA Meier, Review of Scientific Instruments 87 (4), 04490, 2016
  • A marine dipole source for low frequency seismic acquisition, MA Meier*, RE Duren, KT Lewallen, J Otero, S Heiney, T Murray, SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2015, 176-180, 2015
  • Low Frequency Seismic Acquisition Innovations Approaching One Hertz, M Meier, K Lewallen, J Otero, S Heiney, T Murray, Offshore Technology Conference, 2015
  • Converted-wave resolution, MA Meier, PJ Lee, Geophysics 74 (2), Q1-Q16, 2009
  • Adiabatic electron thermal pressure fluctuations in tokamak plasmas, MA Meier, RD Bengtson, GA Hallock, AJ Wootton, Physical review letters 87 (8), 085003, 2001
  • Time-domain triple-probe measurement of edge plasma turbulence on the Texas Experimental Tokamak Upgrade, MA Meier, GA Hallock, RD Bengtson, Review of scientific instruments 68 (1), 369-37, 1997
  • The time-domain triple-probe method, MA Meier, GA Hallock, HYW Tsui, RD Bengtson, Review of scientific instruments 66 (1), 437-439, 1995

Society of Exploration Geophysicists
Geophysical Society of Houston
American Geophysical Union
American Physical Society
Division of Plasma Physics
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Journal of Seismic Exploration Editorial Board
Letter to the Editor Physics Today: http://doi.org/10.1063/1.1839352