My research is highly inter-disciplinary, with a strong emphasis on time series analysis and methodological approaches for the analysis of environmental data. My current research interests span different fields in the general domain of geophysics, reflecting i) my strong interdisciplinary background (a first degree in astronomy, a master degree in computing methods, and a PhD thesis on sea level change), ii) my interest in the earth system, planets in general, and space-earth interactions, and iii) my expertise in data and time series analysis.
Current research interests
- Coastal climate change, sea-level variability and extremes
- Radon and its use as a tracer and geophysical proxy, with emphasis on coastal and deep sea marine environments
- Environmental radioactivity, atmospheric electricity, and space-atmosphere-surface interactions.