Coline Lili Mathy Bouchayer

Doctoral Research Fellow - Section of Physical geography and Hydrology

Academic interests

  • glacier friction
  • dynamic and mechanic of glacier
  • subglacial processes
  • modeling glacier

Courses taught

GEO4420 – Glaciology

Background

2019-present: PhD student on glacier friction (Supervision: Prof. Thomas Vikhamar Schuler)

2017-2018:  Winter-over as Glaciologist, Chemist of the atmosphere at Concordia station (Dôme C, Antarctica)

2016-2017: MsC in Atmosphere, Climate,  Continental surfaces

2012-2017: Geological engineering diploma

Publications

  • Bouchayer, Coline Lili Mathy (2019). A year on ice.
  • Bouchayer, Coline Lili Mathy (2019). Modeling transient velocity variations in glaciers.
  • Bouchayer, Coline Lili Mathy; Peyaud, Vincent; Gagliardini, Olivier; Georges, David; Gillet-Chaulet, Fabien; Laarman, Olivier; Six, Delphine & Vincent, Christian (2019). Past, present and future evolution of Mer de Glace glacier Mont-Blanc massif (France).
Published Oct. 3, 2019 2:22 PM - Last modified Oct. 16, 2019 4:04 PM