Laboratory of Glaciology, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
I analyse ice cores that have been drilled in a coastal region of Antarctica. Through these analyses, I study how the snow in this region has accumulated over the last three centuries, and more specifically since the industrial revolution. Studying how this snow accumulation varies in space and time allows us to better understand Antarctica's contribution to sea level rise and therefore to better predict its future evolution.
I joined APECS Belgium because I love doing outreach and working with a group of young scientists has been really great.