- Ph.D. Geosciences, Colorado State University, 2018
- M.Sc. Marine Geosciences, University of Haifa, Israel, 2016
- B.Sc. Geology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 2010
Tectonic geomorphology, landscape evolution and biodiversity, tectonic/climate signals on fluvial and glacial topography, quaternary geology.
• 2018-2022- PhD graduate research student, Colorado State University: Research thesis: “Landscape Evolution of the Colorado Front Range during the Late Cenozoic”. In this research, I investigate the tectonic geomorphology of the Colorado Front Range since the late Cenozoic using a blend of field mapping, digital topographic analysis, river analysis, geochronology, and numerical modeling.
• 2018- Geological consultant, Ecolog Engineering Ltd: Geological consultancy, including field mapping and measurements, natural hazards mapping, GIS, report writing, collaborations with engineers, hydrologists, and governmental staff.
• 2014-2016- MSc graduate research student, University of Haifa: Research thesis: “The Geomorphology and Morphotectonics of the Jordan Valley Fault”. In this research, I explored the relationship between landscape changes and tectonic activity using photogrammetry, remote sensing, and GIS tools on aerial photographs, satellite images, and high-resolution imagery.
• 2013 - Geological consultant, Dr. Uzi and Boaz Saltzman Geology and Rock Engineering Ltd: Drilling and boreholes oversight, geological and environmental analysis (logs, field trips, site map planning, spatial correlation), work collaborations with contractors, engineers and site managers during managing construction sites.
• 2010-2012- MSc research graduate student, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: In this research, I explored dry and wet granular media dynamics in earthquakes and fault gauges. The study was conducted at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with an internship at Texas A&M University, and included numerical modeling, geophysical simulations and statistical analyzes.
The role of Climate on Topographic Form as seen from Global Erosion Rates and Channel Steepness Data (in revision for Geology).
Late Cenozoic Deformation in the Southern Colorado Front Range Revealed by River Profile Analysis and Fluvial Terraces (in revision for GSA Bulletin).
Searching for a Climate Signal in Fluvial Topography Using a Global Analysis of Long-Term Erosion Rates and Channel Steepness Data. AGU Fall Meeting, USA, 2021.
New Evidence for Westward Tilting in the Southern Colorado Front Range. GSA Connects Annual Meeting, USA, 2020.