Thank you for taking a look at my homepage. I am a computational geoscientist with a passion for glacial landscapes. I have a ten-years experience with Python programming, high-performance computing (of glaciers dynamics) and fieldwork in remote environments (of the North American Cordillera and Greenland). I obtained my doctorate at Stockholm University, and had the luck to work and teach at other influential institutions such as ETH Zürich and Hokkaido University.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, I have been unemployed. Driven by the conviction that scientific methods need to be better communicated outside universities, I try and continue my research and science communication work, independently and at my own glacial pace. When I get bored about it, I take my bike and cycle the world. I am always on the lookout for cool projects and especially funding, so don’t hesitate to contact me.
This website is built with Jekyll and hosted on Github Pages. It is powered by Keels, which is my custom fork of Jekyll theme Sleek and an attempt to teach myself a little something about web development.
|2015–2020||Research associate, ETH Zürich, Switzerland|
|2018–2019||Visiting researcher, Hokkaido Univ., Sapporo, Japan|
|2014||Visiting student, GFZ Potsdam, Germany|
|2010–2014||Ph.D. candidate, Stockholm Univ., Sweden|
|2009||Intern, Univ. Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France|
|2008||Intern, Geological Survey of Norway, Trondheim, Norway|
|2007||Intern, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France|