My research interests lie in understanding our environment in term of climate change, societal issues and mobility using tools of data visualization and geospatial information system, machine learning and and cartography. I enjoy studying the critical human/cultural and physical geography of all landscapes, with a specific interest in mountainous and island nations. My goal is to create social impacts through applied applications of my knowledge.
As Griffiths Rev. in A world in a grain of sand puts it: ‘The advancing coastline pushed people inland, forcing local crowding, the mixing of cultures, and, most likely, causing conflict’.
My hobbies can be summed up in 3 words: trying new things. I do believe that life is like a box of chocolate, you never know what you’re going to get.