My Ph.D is aimed at elucidating and quantifying conduit erosion during active volcanism. Understanding conduit dynamics is of prime importance to volcanology and associated hazard assesment, however, conduit erosion remains very poorly understood and often is not included in conduit process models. Through a combination of field work and finite element analysis, I aim to change that.
2011-present: Ph.D., University of Bristol, UK
2008-2010: M.Sc., LMU Munich, Germany
Thesis: Rheology of the 2006 Plinian and effusive eruption of Tungurahua volcano, Ecuador
2002-2007: B.Sc., McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Major: Earth and Planetary Sciences; Secondary major: Humanistic Studies
2004-2005: University of Oslo, Norway
Year-long exchange: including a field course at the University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)
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