Research Interests:

I am a PhD student in the planetary science department, working on meteoritic samples, specifically using the Rb-Sr isotopic system to investigate the timing of aqueous alteration in the early Solar System. A second project is to investigate Calcium-Aluminum-rich inclusions, some of the earliest condensates of the solar nebula, to precisely determine the initial Solar System 87Sr/86Sr isotope ratio.

Education and Employment:

2023 – today PhD MPS, Planetary Science Department
2022 – 2023 research assistant, Institut für Geowissenschaften, Goethe University Frankfurt
2022 M.Sc. in Geoscience, Goethe University Frankfurt

Selected Publications:

(1) T. Nakamura, […], M. Lindner, […], and Y. Tsuda (+218 authors) (2023), Formation and evolution of carbonaceous asteroid Ryugu: Direct evidence from returned samples, Science 2023, Volume 379, Issue 6634.  [ADS:]

(2) M. Lindner, D. C. Hezel, A. Gerdes, H. R. Marschall, and F. E. Brenker (2022), Young magmatism and Si-rich melts on Mars as documented in the enriched gabbroic shergottite NWA 6963, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 2022, Vol. 57, Issue 11.  [ADS:]

(3) P. Tack, […], M. Lindner, […], and L. Vincze (+35 authors) (2022), Rare earth element identification and quantification in millimetre-sized Ryugu rock fragments from the Hayabusa2 space mission, Earth, Planets and Space, Volume 74, Issue 1.  [ADS:]

(4) T. Koch, D. Spahr, B. J. Tkalcec, M. Lindner, D. Merges, F. Wilde, B. Winkler and F. E. Brenker (2021), Formation of chondrule analogs aboard the International Space Station, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Volume 56, Issue 9.  [ADS:]

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