Ryan Ogliore

Ryan Ogliore received his Ph.D. in 2007 from the California Institute of Technology. His past research includes the study of galactic cosmic rays and solar energetic particles.

Ryan’s current research interests include the analysis of samples from NASA’s Stardust mission to comet Wild 2, surface regolith of asteroid Itokawa, and the Genesis solar wind samples, in order to learn about the formation and evolution of the Solar System.

Office Contact Info

Degree: Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 2007
Office: Compton 455
Mailbox:
Ryan Ogliore
Laboratory for Space Sciences
Physics Department, CB 1105
Washington University
1 Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899, USA
Phone: (314) 935-6140
Fax: (314) 935-6219
Email: rogliore@physics.wustl.edu

Selected Publications

Ogliore R. C., Butterworth A. L., Gainsforth Z., Huss G. R., Joswiak D., Nagashima K., Stodolna J., Tyliszczak T., and Westphal A. J. (2012) Incorporation of a late-forming chondrule into comet Wild 2.The Astrophysical Journal 745, L19–L23, 2012.

Ogliore R. C., Floss C., Stadermann F. J., Kearsley A. T., Leitner J., Stroud R. M., and Westphal A. J. (2012)Automated searching of Stardust interstellar foils.Meteoritics and Planetary Science 47, 729–736.

Ogliore R. C., Huss G. R., and Nagashima K. (2011)Ratio estimation in SIMS analysis. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 269, 1910– 1918.

Ogliore R. C., Butterworth A. L., Fakra S. C., Gainsforth Z., Marcus M. A., and Westphal A. J. (2010) Comparison of the oxidation state of Fe in comet 81P/Wild 2 and CP-IDPs.Earth and Planetary Science Letters 296, 278–286.

Ogliore R. C., Butterworth A. L., Fakra S., Gainsforth Z., Marcus M. A., and Westphal A. J. (2009) Nebular mixing constrained by the Stardust samples. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 44, 1675–1681.

Ogliore R. C., Stone E. C., Leske R. A., Mewaldt R. A., Wiedenbeck M. E., Binns W. R., Israel M. H., von Rosenvinge T. T., de Nolfo G. A., and Moskalenko I. V. (2009) The phosphorus, sulfur, argon, and calcium isotopic composition of the Galactic cosmic ray source. The Astrophysical Journal 695, 666–678.