We are hiring!

Updated 16/02/22: We are currently seeking for a PhD candidate to work on modelling glacial landscape evolution in the ICE group.

Updated 16/02/22: In the framework of the Swiss National Science Foundation entitled “Reconciling geological and modelled reconstructions of Alpine glacier evolution from the Last Glacial Maximum into the Holocene”, we are looking to fill one 2-year-long PostDoc position in the ICE group, please contact Guillaume Jouvet (guillaume.jouvet@unil.ch) for more information.

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Welcome to Kejdi, Daniel and Samuel

We are happy to welcome three new group members working on glacier modelling with the “Instructed Glacier Model” :

Kejdi Lleshi has a master in Geophysics obtained at Universite Grenoble Alpes, France, and did a master’s thesis in Grenoble on “Icequake localization using full wavefield time reverse imaging”. Kejdi starts his PhD on paleo glacier modelling using new Machine Learning emulation techniques.

Daniel Bonser has a master’s in physics obtained at the University of Exeter, UK, and did a master’s thesis on “Quantum Optimal Control to Decipher Avian Magnetoreception”. Daniel starts also a PhD in paleo glacier modelling that includes new ML acceleration techniques to explore long-time scales.

Samuel Cook has a PhD in Glaciology obtained from Cambridge in November 2020. Samuel got a 2-year-long postdoc from the faculty and will work on ML-aided inverse modelling to infer the basal conditions of glaciers, having spent the last two years working on data assimilation as a postdoc at IGE in Grenoble.