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Dr. Lukas Keller

Dr. Lukas Keller

Dr. Lukas Keller

ZHAW School of Engineering
Forschungsschwerpunkt Multiphysics Modeling and Imaging
Wildbachstrasse 21
8400 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 77 78

Persönliches Profil


Leitung Microstructure Analysis and Property Prediction Group

Tätigkeit an der ZHAW

Principal Investigator


Aus- und Fortbildung

2005 Paul-Niggli medal from the Swiss Society of Mineralogy and Petrology. The award given for my contributions to the understanding of mineral reactions during the metamorphic cycle of the European Alpine collisional orogen.



Beiträge in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift, peer-reviewed
Weitere Publikationen

Publikationen vor Tätigkeit an der ZHAW

L. M. Keller & M. K. D. Stipp (2011). Crystal preferred orientations of sheared quartz aggregates: a new
comparison between nature and numerical simulations. Journal of structural geology, 33, 1491-1500.

L. M. Keller, L. Holzer, R. Wepf & P. Gasser (2011). 3D geometry and topology of pore pathways in Opalinus clay: Implications for mass transport. Applied Clay Sciences, 52, 85-95.

L. M. Keller, L. C. Götze, E. Rybacki & R. Abart (2010). Enhancement of solid-state reaction rates by non-
hydrostatic stress effects on polycrystalline diffusion kinetics. American Mineralogist, 95, 1399-1407.

L. C. Götze, R. Abart, E. Rybacki, L. M. Keller, E. Petrishcheva & G. Dresen (2010). Reaction rim growth in the
System MgO - Al2O3 - SiO2 under uniaxial stress. Mineralogy and Petrology, 99, 263-277.

J. Prenzle, R. Abart & L. M. Keller (2009). Complex chemical zoning in eclogite facies garnet reaction rims: the
role of grain boundary diffusion. Mineralogy and Petrology, 95, 303-313.

L. M. Keller, B. Wunder, D. Rhede & R. Wirth (2008). Component mobility at 900°C and 18 kbar from
experimentally grown coronas in a natural gabbro. Geochimica Cosmochmica Acta, 72, 4307-4322.

L. M. Keller, R. Wirth, D. Rhede, K. Kunze & R. Abart (2008). Asymetrically zoned reaction rims: assessment of
grain boundary diffusivities and growth rates related to natural diffusion controlled mineral reactions.
Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 26, 99-120.

L. M. Keller, C. A. Hauzenberger & R. Abart (2007). Interphase boundary diffusion rates and their effect on
retrograde zoning patterns of metamorphic minerals. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 154, 205-216.

L. M. Keller, R. Abart, R. Wirth, D. Schmid & K. Kunze (2006). Enhanced mass transfer through short circuit
diffusion: growth of garnet reaction rims at eclogite facies conditions. American Mineralogist, 91, 1024-1038.

L. M. Keller, B. Fügenschuh, M. Hess, B. Schneider & S. M. Schmid (2006). The Simplon fault zone in the
Western Alps: The mechanism of neogene faulting and folding revisited. Geology, 34, 317-320.

L. M. Keller, R. Abart & C. De Capitani (2005). Phase relations and chemical composition of phengite and
paragonite in pelitic schists during decompression: A case study from Monte Rosa nappe and Camughera – Moncuccounit, Western Alps. Journal of Petrology, 46, 2145-2166.

L. M. Keller, C. De Capitani & R. Abart (2005). A quaternary solution model for white micas based on natural
coexisting phengite-paragonite pairs. Journal of Petrology, 46, 2129-2144.

L. M. Keller, M. Hess, B. Fügenschuh & S. M. Schmid (2005). Structural and metamorphic evolution of the
Camughera-Mocucco and the Monte Rosa units southwest of the Simplon line. Eclogae geol. Helv.
(Swiss journal of Geosciences), 98, 19-49.

L. M. Keller, R. Abart, H. Stünitz & C. De Capitani (2004). Deformation, mass transfer and mineral reactions in an eclogite facies shear zone in a polymetamorphic metapelite (Monte Rosa nappe, western Alps).
Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 22, 97-118.