During my Ph.D., I will investigate how disturbances like droughts and fires affect tundra ecosystems in the Siberian tundra. For that I collect data in the field, from airborne instruments and analyze spaceborne observations. My Ph.D. contributes to the upcoming TRISHNA mission that will provide high-resolution thermal remote sensing data of the earth’s surface. My main interests are earth observation, time series analyses of remote sensing data and geospatial programming.
Education and Professional Positions
|2021 - present||Ph.D. student, Department of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies & Remote Sensing Laboratories, Department of Geography, University of Zurich, Switzerland|
|2018 - 2021||M.Sc. Climate Sciences, University of Bern, Switzerland (specialization Climate and Earth System Science, thesis title: Seasonal glacier mass balance estimation using AVHRR imagery)|
|2015 - 2018||B.Sc. Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland|