FlowTrans Early Stage Researcher
Institut des Sciences de la Terre (ISTerr), Universite Joseph Fourier, France
The FlowTrans research at the Universite Joseph Fourier is mainly concerned with experimental and numerical study of fluid flow, fracturing and permeability evolution in tight rocks.
My research will focus on studying the interplay between creep/aseismic deformation, earthquakes and fluids in fault zones mechanical properties, with a special emphasis on the North Anatolian fault zone in Turkey.
I have a Bachelor Degree in Physics and Chemistry from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and I did my Master of Science Degree in Geologoy under the supervision of Professor Einat Aharanov. The focus on my research here was on the physical processes related to the stylolite network formation.
I am particularly interested in structural geology and rock deformation using both modelling and field work in a broad range of scales. My aim is to develop my career in sciences.
My favourite hobbies are hiking, cycling, drinking beer and reading books