As an international multidisciplinary research and teaching centre and a centre of excellence in terms of human and technical resources, CEREGE covers almost the entire field of environmental geosciences.
My research aims to better understand the links between tectonic loading, the seismic cycle of faults, landscape formation and the movement of large tectonic plates.
I seek to acquire quantitative data on tectonic displacement by identifying from the morphotectonics morphological markers deformed by the faults and dating them from the cosmonuclides, in particular the 36Cl. I have developed original methods to constrain the size and age of the cumulative slip over the last 1-300 ka. 36Cl for the study of surface processes and theimpact of chlorine 36Anthropogenic Cl on the environment by developing the extraction of 36Cl from rainwater, soil and plants.