Ken Ferrier


Ken Ferrier is an assistant professor of sea-level geophysics and surface processes in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech. He holds an AB in Physics from Cornell University and a PhD in Earth and Planetary Science from the University of California, Berkeley.

At Georgia Tech, he teaches undergraduate and graduate students and conducts research on a number of processes that shape the Earth’s surface.  His group’s research is centered on two broad themes: 1) the physics of sea-level change, and 2) the topographic and chemical evolution of the Earth’s surface.

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