Centre for Star and Planet Formation
Øster Voldgade 5-7
1350 København K
I am Associate Professor for Geochemistry at the Globe Institute at the University of Copenhagen. My research is focused on understanding the earliest evolution of our Solar System through the use of high-precision isotope ratio measurements in extraterrestrial materials. In particular, my main areas of interest is the application of major element isotope systematics to link the meteoritic record to astrophysical theories and models of terrestrial planet formation and the short-live isotope chronology of early Solar System solids. I am also interested in the application of high precision isotope measurements in terrestrial samples such as magnesium and calcium isotope records in speleothems.