Selected Publications

Peer-Reviewed Published Publications

  1. Stamenković, V., et al. The next frontier in planetary and human exploration, Nature Astronomy, January 14 2019. Find on:
  2. Lewis, W., Stamenković, V., Mischna, M., Fischer, W., 2019. Follow the oxygen: comparative histories of planetary oxygenation and opportunities for aerobic Life. Astrobiology, 19. Find on:
  3. Airapetian, V. et al. (incl. Stamenković, V.), 2019. International Journal of Astrobiology, 1-59. Find on:
  4. Stamenković, V., Ward, L. M., Mischna, M., Fischer, W. W., 2018. O2 solubility in martian near-surface environments and implications for aerobic life, Nature Geoscience, published online Oct 22 2018. 11, 905-909. Find on:
  5. Yuk, Y. et al. (incl. Stamenković, V.), 2018. Methane on mars and habitability: challenges and responses. Astrobiology, 18, DOI: 10.1089/ast.2018.1917.
  6. De Wit, J., et al. (incl. Stamenković, V), 2018. Atmospheric reconnaissance of TRAPPIST-1’s Habitable Zone Exoplanets. Nature Astronomy, doi:10.1038/s41550-017-0374-z. Fin on:
  7. Bourrier, V., de Wit, J., Bolmont, E., Stamenković, V., + 12 co-authors, 2017. Temporal Evolution of the High-energy Irradiation and Water Content of TRAPPIST-1 Exoplanets. The Astronomical Journal, 154, 121-137. Find on:
  8. Stamenković, V., Höink, T., Lenardic, T., 2016. The importance of temporal stress variation for the initiation of plate tectonics. JGR Planets, 121, 1–20. Find on:
  9. Stamenković, V., Seager, S., 2016. Emerging possibilities and insuperable limitations of exogeodynamics: the example of plate tectonics. The Astrophysical Journal, 825, 78-95. Find on:
  10. Demory, B., Gillon, M., de Wit, J., Madhusudhan, N., Bolmont, E., Heng, K., Kataria, T., Lewis, N., Hu, R., Krick, J., Stamenković, V., Benneke, B., Kane, S. Queloz, D., 2016. A map of the large day–night temperature gradient of a super-Earth exoplanet. Nature 532, 207-209. Find on:
  11. Stamenković, V., Breuer, D., 2014. The tectonic mode of rocky planets, Part 1: driving factors, models & parameters. Icarus 234, 174-193. Find on:
  12. Zsom, A., Seager, S., De Wit, J., Stamenković, V., 2013. Towards the minimum inner edge distance of the habitable zone. The Astrophysical Journal, 778, 109-126. Find on:
  13. Stamenković, V., Noack, L., Breuer, D., Spohn, T., 2012. The influence of pressure-dependent viscosity on the thermal evolution of super-Earths. The Astrophysical Journal, 748, 41-63. Find on:
  14. Stamenković, V., Breuer, D., Spohn, T., 2011. Thermal and transport properties of mantle rock at high pressure: applications to super-Earths. Icarus, 216, 572–596. Find on:
  15. Stamenković, V., Keller, G., Nesic, D., Cogoli, A., Grogan, S.P., 2010. Neocartilage formation in 1 g, simulated, and microgravity environments: implications for tissue engineering. Tissue Engineering: part A, 16 (5), 1729-1736. Find on:

Peer-reviewed Book Contributions

  1. Stamenković, V., 2011, 2015. Serpentinization (Mars). In: Gargaud, M., et al., (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Part 19. Springer, 1505-1506. Find on:
  2. Stamenković, V., Frank, S., 2011, 2015. Rheology of planetary interiors. In: Gargaud, M., et al., (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Part 19. Springer, 1452-1455. Find on:

Technology Publications

  1. Stamenković, V., & Keller, G., 2003. CHONDRO, ESA Erasmus Experiment Archive.
  2. Keller, G., & Stamenković, V., 2002. Study of the process of cartilage structure formation in microgravity, ESA Erasmus Experiment Archive.
  3. Stamenković, V., Keller, G., Walser, S., Fuchsberger, G., 2001. LYMPHOSIG – LIDIA3 Hardware test and behavior of two fluids mixing for T-Lymphocyte investigation on MASER, ESA Erasmus Experiment Archive.

Selected Conference Proceedings

  1. Sohl, F., Noack, L., Stamenković, V., Breuer, D., Wagner, F.W., 2010. Thermal state of Earth-like exoplanets: Implications for CoRoT-7b. In: Eos Trans. AGU, 91 (26). The Meeting of the Americas, 8-12 Aug. 2010, Brazil.
  2. Stamenković, V., & Breuer, D., 2009. Hades: Habitability of the deep subsurface, In: Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, Springer.