In 2023 I graduated from Eindhoven University of Technology with master's degrees in Applied Physics and Industrial and Applied Mathematics. During my studies, my primary focus was on oceanic research from a mathematical-analytical perspective. I delved into topics such as the movement of plastic in oceans and the behavior of internal waves near a bathymetric coast.

Since then I have been working at Utrecht University under the guidance of Robbin Bastiaansen in both the Mathematical Institute and the Institute for Marine and Atmospheric research in Utrecht. My current research is centered around predicting tipping points in ecosystems and developing mathematical models to describe these systems. Through this research, we aim to move closer to understanding the dynamics of climate systems, enabling us to provide earlier and more accurate warnings for climate-related risks.

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