- Geomagnetic field variation
- Unravelling complex magnetic signals
- Anthropogenic pollution
- Mineral magnetism applied to hydrocarbon research
- Evolution of volcanic processes
- Magnetotactic bacteria
- Meteoritic magnetism (with IARC)
I head the Natural Magnetism Group at Imperial, am a member of the Geodynamics: Core to Surface group and the EPSRC funded SPIN-lab, and am a Principal Investigator at the London Centre for Nanotechnology.
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Adrian is a Professor of Earth and Planetary Magnetism at Imperial College London, where he heads the Natural Magnetism Group. He was a Royal Society University Research Fellow from 2004 to 2012. Before that he held post-doctoral research positions at the University of Edinburgh, University of Toronto, Univ. München and the GFZ Potsdam. He completed his D.Phil. at the University of Oxford, and was an undergraduate at the University of Edinburgh. He spent a year at the GFZ Potsdam whilst a Royal Society URF.
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