Mylène Jacquemart

Postdoctoral Research Fellow


I am a physical geographer and remote sensing specialist with an interest in understanding how climate change is altering the disposition, magnitude, and frequency of natural hazards in alpine and polar regions. My research interests include: alpine mass movements, glacier instabilities, the effect of glacier debutressing on potential tsunamigenic landslides in coastal regions, the role of remote sensing in operational hazard management, early warning and alarm systems, and knowledge co-production and co-design in natural hazard research and management.