FlowTrans ITN Early Stage Researcher
Institut für Mineralogie, Universtität Münster, Germany
I am one of two Early Stage Researchers at the University of Munster. One project involves investigating porosity generation and evolution during mineral replacement reactions and my colleague Elisabete Pedrosa will be doing this research. I am involved in the other project, investigating the interplay between chemical and textural evolution across a shear zone.
My FlowTrans research will investigate the relation between chemistry and texture across shear zone. For this, I study rocks from Norway in the transition granulite-eclogite and granulite-amphibolite.
Previously, I did my Bachelor degree in Poitiers (France) and my Master in Rennes (France). My Master thesis subject was the Structure and the metamorphic evolution of the Ile de Groix (France). This small island is characterized by high pressure and low temperature rocks (blueschist-eclogite).
I have been doing karate for 17 years. I like sports in general. I like spending time to watch films, to read comics and mangas.