Exetended team, PhD
After completing at KU Leuven his PhD on the Norwegian continental slope, the Luxembourgish geoscientist Dr. Romain Meyer has been a researcher at the renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and at the Geo-Forschungs-Zentrum-Potsdam. After a professorship at the Washington and Lee University (Virginia, USA), he refocused his scientific interest on the Arctic. While working as scientist at the Norwegian Center of Excellence for Geobiology and as a lecturer at the University of Bergen, he led, as co-chief, several geological-geochemical expeditions in Arctic waters. Today he works in the Service géologique du Luxembourg and deals with interactions between rocks and fluids.