I am a mathematician and a glaciologist working on the mechanical motion of ice in a broad sense. My research interest spans from the mathematical aspects of ice flow models to the observation of glacial processes using drones. In more details, my research topics are:

  • Mathematical analysis and development of numerical methods for solving ice flow problems.
  • Development of computationally-efficient deep-learning aided models for ice flow.
  • Modelling Alpine glacier evolution, and tracking of ice particle trajectories.
  • Paleo ice flow modelling with focus in the European Alps.
  • Remote-sensing of dynamical processes on marine-terminating glaciers using drones.

I am currently devoting large efforts to develop the Instructed Glacier Model (IGM).

You can find my papers on my Google Scholar profile or ORCID.

Simulation of Aletsch Glacier under climate scenario RCP4.5
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Prof. Guillaume Jouvet