Sasha is a geophysicist and glaciologist. His research combines marine geophysical data with sediment cores and numerical modelling to reconstruct past interactions between ice sheets, ocean and solid earth.
- Research Interests
Sasha's current research interests encompass ice-sheet evolution and interactions between ice, ocean, atmosphere and solid earth on multiple temporal and spatial scales.
He uses interdisciplinary field- and laboratory-based approaches including the acquisition, processing and interpretation of high-resolution bathymetric, 2D and 3D seismic data; analysis of deep-drilling and sediment cores; and implementation of large-scale and targeted ice-sheet simulations.
The geography of Sasha's projects span both hemispheres, including East and West Antarctica, the Eurasian Arctic and the subarctic Pacific.
- Research Students
- Rachel Timbs (London NERC DTP PhD student)
- Research Grants, Prizes and Awards
- 2019: Schmidt Science Fellowship
- 2018: Junior Research Fellowship, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge
- 2015: Gates Cambridge Scholarship