Institute of Astronomy

- Sean Jordan

E-mail: saj49@ast.cam.ac.uk

Office: Obs O27
Office Tel: (01223) 337540
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Preprints
Publications

Research Themes: Star Formation and Exoplanets

Research Keywords: Planets, Solar System

Research

Atmospheric chemistry and climate, surface-atmosphere interaction, and bio-chemistry of Venus and warm rocky exoplanets.

Selected papers

Proposed energy-metabolisms cannot explain the atmospheric chemistry of Venus
Jordan, S., Shorttle, O., Rimmer, P.B.

Photochemistry of Venus-like Planets Orbiting K- and M-dwarf Stars
Jordan, S., Rimmer, P.B., Shorttle, O., Constantinou, T.

Hydroxide Salts in the Clouds of Venus: Their Effect on the Sulfur Cycle and Cloud Droplet pH
Rimmer, P.B., Jordan, S., Constantinou, T., Woitke, P., Shorttle, O., Hobbs, R., Paschodimas, A.

Growth and evolution of secondary volcanic atmospheres: I. Identifying the geological character of warm rocky planets
Liggins, P., Jordan, S., Rimmer, P.B., Shorttle, O.

Growth and evolution of secondary volcanic atmospheres: II. The Importance of Kinetics
Liggins, P., Jordan, S., Rimmer, P.B., Shorttle, O.

Direct Evidence of Photochemistry in an Exoplanet Atmosphere
(JWST ERS Tier 1 authors:) Shang-Min Tsai, Elspeth K. H. Lee, Diana Powell, Peter Gao, Xi Zhang, Julianne Moses, Eric Hébrard, Olivia Venot, Vivien Parmentier, Sean Jordan, Renyu Hu.

 

Qualifications

PhD: Astronomy - Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge (2020 - present)
MSci: Natural Sciences (Astrophysics) - University of Cambridge (2016-2020)

Awards and Prizes

Murdin Prize 2022
Proposed energy-metabolisms cannot explain the atmospheric chemistry of Venus

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