I am a Research Fellow working in tectonic geomorphology and paleoseismology. My research focuses on the characterisation of tectonic deformation in the landscape from the scale of the earthquake to the scale of the mountain building. My current project is to quantitatively document the primary surface rupture associated with the 1950 Assam earthquake, one of the largest continental earthquake recorded, and identify the occurrence of previous large earthquakes around the Eastern Himalayan Syntaxis, NE India.
I had the opportunity to work for one year as Adjunct Professor at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP) and another year at the «Geosciences Environnement Cergy» science department at Cergy Pontoise, in France. Here, I list some of the classes I have been teaching.
03/2012 PhD degree from IPGP and Paris Diderot - Paris 7 University
2011-2012 Research assistant at Geosciences and Environnement Laboratory (Cergy Pontoise - FRANCE)
2010-2011 Research assistant at IPGP (Sorbonne Paris Cité - FRANCE)
2007-2012 PhD thesis (IPGP institute - FRANCE)
2005-2007 M.Sc in Earth Sciences Geophysics and Geology (IPGP institute - FRANCE)
2004-2005 B.Sc of Vulcanology (Clermont-Ferrand University - FRANCE)
2002-2004 Preparatory Classes (Dijon - FRANCE)
Andean growth and monsoon winds drive landscape evolution at SW margin of South America. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 414, 87-99. (2015).
Coupled tectonic evolution of Andean orogeny and global climate. Earth-Science Reviews. 143, 1-35. (2015).