Combining Multi-Satellite Observations, Modeling, and Earth System Data Assimilation for Understanding Observed and Projected Sea-Level Change
My research focuses on understanding ice sheet dynamics, ice sheet mass balance changes, and geologic control on ice flow using remote sensing and geophysical observations. A particular interest of mine is developing new approaches for obtaining long-time series of ice sheet changes from multisensor observations. I have been on the science teams of NASA’s ICESat, OIB and ICESat-2 missions. I received my PhD in geophysics from the University of Miskolc in Miskolc, Hungary, and worked as a research scientist at the Byrd Polar Research Center at the Ohio State University.