SPEAKING

A large part of my work in communicating science involves giving talks to peers and to the general public. This is an exercise that I thoroughly enjoy and hope to do more and more in the future. I have given talks at schools, high schools, universities, on cruise ships, on glaciers, in ice caves and even spinning icebergs in the middle of a Greenlandic fjord. My audiences have ranged from 6-year-old pupils, to ambassadors, ministers and heads of States. My topics are all pretty much focused on glaciers, climate change, geography and field adventures 😊
Please get in touch if you are interested in organising a talk !

SCIENCE TALKS

At the European Geophysical Union, presenting my latest research on surging glaciers.

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IMPROVISING A TALK IN THE FIELD

Probably what I love the most! Sharing my passion in the middle of the Arctic.

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SCICOMM IN ACTION

I had the honor to meet HRH The Queen of Norway. My talk was about the research in glaciology done in the Arctic and glacier caves.

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PRIME MINISTER OF NORWAY

Another talk surrounded by snowmobiles on the importance of good logistics in order to teach and do the best research in the Arctic.

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