The committee is composed of volunteers nominated for eight-year terms to represent as diverse as possible a group of scientists who can represent the full range of people working in the area of thermochronology. Organizers of Thermo meetings are included on the committee membership in order to gain from their experiences with meeting organization.

Typically the committee meets at the Thermo workshops, and otherwise works mainly on-line.

The committee also has an awards subcommittee that handles the nomination process for prizes and the selection of prize winners. This committee, which can include members of the thermochronology community, also works with the local organizing committee for each meeting to select student awards.

Current Members and terms:

Chair: Stéphanie Brichau (new 2023 chair), IRD, France, 2027

Peter Zeitler, Lehigh Univ., USA, former Chair 2014-2023

Ulrich Glasmacher, Univ. Heidelberg, Germany, 2023

Cornelia Spiegel, Univ. Bremen, Germany, 2023
Kerry Gallagher, Univ. Rennes, France, 2023
Peter van der Beek, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes, France, 2023
Suzanne Baldwin, Syracuse Univ., USA, 2023
Isabella De Oliveira Carmo, Petrobras, Brazil, 2023
Barbara Carrapa, Univ. of Arizona, USA, 2023
Rebecca Flowers, Univ. of Colorado, USA, 2023
Cécile Gautheron, Univ. Paris-Sud, France, 2023

Maria-Laura Balestrieri, Inst. of Geology and Earth Resources, Italy, 2025
Norike Hasebe, Kanazawa Univ., Japan, 2027

Richard Ketcham, Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA, 2027

Danny Stockli, Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA, 2027

Max Zattin, Univ. of Padova, Italy, 2029

Marissa Tremblay, Purdue Univ., USA, 2031

Mauricio Parra, Univ. de São Paulo, Brazil, 2031

Rong Yang, Zhejiang Univ., China, 2031

Matthew Fox, Univ. College London, UK, 2031

Georgina King, Univ. de Lausanne, switzerland, 2031

Eva Enkelmann, Univ. of Calgary, Canada, 2031

Martin Danisik, Curtin Univ., Australia, 2031