Print this page

Eirini Poulaki's Profile Picture

Eirini Poulaki (she/her)
Postdoctoral Scholar
Office: JHN 427
Email: [javascript protected email address]
Interests: Subduction zones, geochronology, thermochronology, metamorphic petrology, fluid/rock interactions, microstructural geology,

Education: BS The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (2011-2015) MS Jackson School of Geosciences at The University of Texas at Austin (2016-2018) PhD Jackson School of Geosciences at The University of Texas at Austin (2018-2022)
Current Research:
For my postdoc research, I am conducting apatite geochronology, geochemistry, and microstructural analyses to date and characterize the timing of fluids and deformation of subduction-related rocks from various depths along the ancient subduction interface.
I will also be working on developing a virtual field video game to create an inclusive online field module.
Recent Publications:
[6] Anfinson O., Odlum M., Piepjohn K., Poulaki E., Shephard G., Stockli D., Levang D., Jensen M. (2022) Provenance Analysis of the Devonian Andrée Land Basin, Svalbard (in press: Tectonics)

[5] Poulaki E. and Stockli D., (2022) Paleotectonic evolution of the Western Mediterranean: Provenance insights from the Internal Betics, Southern Spain

[4] Laskari S., Soukis K., Lozios S., Stockli D., Poulaki E., Christina Stouraiti (2022) Provenance analysis and structural study of the Iraklia island from Paleozoic basement unroofing to Cenozoic exhumation.

[3] Poulaki E. M., Stockli D. F., Flansburg M. E., Gevedon M. L., Stockli L., Barnes J., Soukis K., Kitijima K., and Valley J.W. (2021) Zircon U-Pb and geochemical signatures in high-pressure metamorphic rocks as recorders of subduction zone processes, Sikinos and Ios islands, Greece, Chemical Geology, 582, 120447.

[2] Poulaki, E. M., Stockli, D. F., Flansburg, M. E., & Soukis, K. (2019). Zircon U-Pb Chronostratigraphy and Provenance of the Cycladic Blueschist Unit and the Nature of the Contact with the Cycladic Basement on Sikinos and Ios Islands, Greece

[1] Flansburg, M. E., Stockli, D. F., Poulaki, E. M., & Soukis, K. (2019). Tectono-Magmatic and Stratigraphic Evolution of the Cycladic Basement, Ios Island, Greece. Tectonics.