My research interests include the study of ice-ocean-solid Earth interactions and their lasting impact on the Earth system, with a specific focus on modelling the Glacial Isostatic Adjustment (GIA) process and on sea level/ice sheet evolution from the Late Quaternary to the present. Understanding the patterns of sea level evolution and variability through time is particularly important in the context of anthropogenic climate change, in order to constrain estimates of future sea-level change and understand the response of ice sheets to climate change. I also have a strong interest in the communication of climate change science, and in the interface between science and policy-making.
2010-2017 Ph.D., Physics (Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Physics), Environmental Studies Collaborative Program: University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
2009-2010 M.Sc., Physics (Geophysics): University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
2006-2009 B.Sc., Physics (Honours): McGill University, Montréal, Canada