Office: Room 201, Lothar-Meyer-Bau
- Stable isotope geochemistry
- Paleoenvironmental reconstruction
The objective of my research is to investigate the coevolution of Earth and life to better understand questions such as Earth surface evolution through time and how Earth became the only known habitable planet. Currently my work revolves around how the Earth system responded to the mode and size of the first significant accumulation of oxygen in the atmosphere. This happened during the “Great Oxidation Event” (GOE), which took place some time between 2.4 and 2.1 billion years ago. I am combining several geochemical approaches such as trace element systematics, traditional stable isotopes (e.g. carbon, oxygen, sulphur) and non-traditional isotope systems (e.g. molybdenum, selenium) to achieve a better understanding of the geochemical interactions and temporal evolution of Earth’s surface reservoirs.
|Since April 2019|| |
PhD candidate at the Department of Geosciences, University of Tübingen, Germany
|2019||MSc in Geology, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark|
|2016||BSc in Geology, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark|