📍 Copenhagen, Denmark
+45 99 44 24 98 (Work)
Scientist and science communicator
Based in Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark, I am a researcher for the INOS Project, an EU-funded Erasmus+ project that aims to modernise Higher Education curricula by integrating Open Science and Citizen Science. I therefore design and implement educational Open Science and Citizen Science Activities.
My professional life is driven by my interests in the Environment, Geography and Science Communication. I have a PhD in Physical Geography and a Masters in Environmental Science, which involved a lot of outdoor fieldwork in rural areas, taking measurements along rivers, lab work, and spatial data analysis.
I also remained active in science communication, as I believe that science is truly impactful when there is public awareness, interest and engagement. Previous to my current position with the INOS Project, I taught students, I volunteered to give talks in schools, participated in science communication contests, designed infographs, and joined citizen science activities.
I am fortunate that I am able to combine my passion for science and public outreach. I hope to continue to help bridge science and society in my career.
In addition to my home country of Malaysia, I have lived in Australia, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Singapore. I have also spent significant amounts of time in Thailand and India for research activities.
Science and environment
Open and citizen science
Doctor of Philosophy (Geography) – National University of Singapore
Thesis: Fluvial change and the development of the Ping River, Thailand: sedimentological and chronological evidence. View here.
Master of Environment (Environmental Science) – The University of Melbourne, Australia
Thesis: The geomorphological evolution of Corryong Creek, Australia. View here.
Bachelor of Science (Geography) – The University of Melbourne, Australia