Julie M. Korsmeyer

PhD Student, University of Chicago


Research Focus:

Presolar grains, Genesis, Chicago Instrument for Laser Ionization (CHILI)


MS Chemistry, 2021, University of Chicago

LEAPS Research Intern, summer 2019, University of Leiden

BA Chemistry, 2019, Scripps College

USRA Research Intern, summer 2017 and summer 2018, NASA Ames Research Center

Selected Publications and Abstracts

Stephan T., Bloom H. E., Hoppe P., Davis A. M., Korsmeyer J. M., Regula A., Heck P. R., and Amari S. (2022) Molybdenum, ruthenium, and barium in presolar silicon carbide and graphite: s-, r-, and p-processes and the role of contamination (abstract). Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 57.

Bloom H. E., Stephan T., Davis A. M., Heck P. R., Hoppe P., Korsmeyer J. M., and Amari S. (2022) s-Process molybdenum, ruthenium, and barium in high-density presolar graphite (abstract). Lunar Planet. Sci. 53, #2624.

Korsmeyer J. M., Stephan T., Davis A. M., Bloom H. E., MacPherson G. J., and Ivanova M. A. (2022) Molybdenum and ruthenium isotopic composition of a metal grain in a calcium–aluminum-rich inclusion from the Efremovka CV3 chondrite (abstract). Lunar Planet. Sci. 53, #2795.

Korsmeyer J. M., Ricca A., Cruz-Diaz G. A., Roser J. E. , and Mattioda A. L.. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 2022 6 (1), 165-180. DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.1c00337

de Barros A. L. F. , Mattioda A. L. , Korsmeyer J. M., and Ricca A. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2018 122 (9), 2361-2375. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpca.7b11467