Climate change has revealed an urgent need for efficient, robust ways of observing glaciers and ice sheets. The SpecUFEx Group is developing ways to combine seismology, machine learning, and data visualization to understand complex fluid-driven dynamics at an Alpine glacier.
My work focuses data visualization and machine learning techniques to analyze volcanic time-series data. Along with a multidisciplinary team of volcanologists from Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and across the globe, we undertake research to better understand all aspects of volcanic behavior, with impacts ranging from protecting cities near volcanoes to answering the question of what killed the dinoaurs.
|American Geophysical Union
(Virtual and in New Orleans)
|13-17 December 2021|