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 !
At the European Geophysical Union, presenting my latest research on surging glaciers.
IMPROVISING A TALK IN THE FIELD
Probably what I love the most! Sharing my passion in the middle of the Arctic.
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.
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.