Robert Wysocki April 9 2021

Robert Wysocki portrait.School of Art Director Robert Wysocki, associate professor of studio arts and the Doris E. Klein Endowed Professor of Art, co-authored the article “Imagining and constraining ferrovolcanic eruptions and landscapes through large-scale experiments,” which was published on Large-scale experiments carried out at the Syracuse University Lava Project offered insight into ferrovolcanism, a long-theorized idea of metallic lava flows on planets and moons in the solar system, yet to be observed in nature.

Wysocki is a co-investigator of the project with Jeff Karson, the Jessie Page Heroy Professor and Department Chair of Earth and Environmental Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences. Read more about how the Syracuse lava is being used to understand metal worlds.