New Candidates for Postdoc Representatives
A year and a bit has past, it is time to elect new MARUM Postdoc representatives. Two candidates have volunteered to take over the job. Please scroll down to see their short profile and to complete the vote.
Noémi and Gauvain would like to thank you for the trust thoughout the year and for the experience being your representative has brought them.
I am a postdoctoral researcher in the EarthSequencing Project at AG Pälike. My main research focus lies on the changing imprint of astronomical forcing on paleoclimate throughout the Cenozoic. As a postdoc representative, I want to help other postdocs getting most out of their passage at MARUM. Currently, my office is in the MARUM Pavillion, but I will soon move to the GEO-building. If you want to grab a coffee together, just drop me an email, and I'll tell you where to find me.
After having moved around in Europe for some years, I’ve been a postdoc in the marine micropaleontology and paleoceanography group at MARUM since early 2016. I’m working on paleoclimate data synthesis focussing on both long-term climate evolution (glacial-interglacial timescales) and more recent (common era) climate dynamics. In addition, I have a keen interest in understanding proxy systems in order to reduce the uncertainty of paleoclimate reconstructions. To this end I study the influence of ecology on the climate signal preserved in planktonic foraminifera.
My work is almost exclusively computer based, so you can find me in my office most of the time (2050; MARUM II). Pop round or drop me an email if you want to get in touch.
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