My PhD background is in large scale glacier modelling focused on ocean-glacier interaction. I worked developing the calving parametrisation for the Open Global Glacier Model written in Python.
Now as a member of the Cryosphere group, I will working in a project called QUoRUM and focusing my research in ice sheet modelling, carrying out ice sheet model inversion and uncertainty quantification in some parts of the Antarctic Ice Sheet. I will be testing and developing FEniCS-ice: A new ice sheet model also written in python, that uses machine learning and bayesian statistics, to understand how uncertainties in basal drag and the temperature dependent creep parameter affect the model forecast of ice mass loss.
But originally I am from El Salvador, Central America. The land of the sun!
So... how did I end up in the UK and studying the cryosphere!? well... with lots of motivation and for more info. you can look at my CVClick to view my resume.