About Me

You may have seen this face on ClimateSnack

Me excited to be at sea

I am:
– a physical oceanographer and climate (early career) researcher;
– most interested in polar and/or deep water masses;
– a Marie Curie research fellow at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden;
– a regular author on the EGU Cryosphere Division blog;
– in the CLIVAR/CliC Northern Ocean Regional Panel;
– French (in case you wondered).

I am involved in a variety of projects about global deep waters, from the variability of their formation at high latitudes to their interaction with sea ice and floating glaciers. My favourite tools are global climate models, but I also work with remote sensing and in-situ measurements, including some that I myself collect at sea. I am currently supervising one Master’s students and co-supervising two PhD students, one from my department in Gothenburg University and one from Chalmers University of Technology.

You can read more about my work on this website, including the full text of my publications. Alternatively you can download a compacted version of my CV here and consult my ResearchGate profile.

Otherwise, I genuinely enjoy writing and outreach. I am notably a regular author for the EGU blog of the Cryospheric division, and when at sea, I blog and post pictures on Polarfever. And I do water tank demonstrations in and around Gothenburg when I can.

I am busy with pedagogics courses and expedition planning, but feel free to contact me if you want more information about me and/or offer me a tenure track position 🙂