Line Rouyet


2017 - : Ph.D. candidate, Norut.

2013 - 2016 : Research scientist at Norut

2011 - 2013: Assistant for soil & rock laboratory characterization, courses & fieldwork assistance. Center for Research on Terrestrial Environment (former: Institute of Geomatics and Risk Analysis), University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

2010 - 2013: Master in Environmental Geosciences, University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Specialization: Analysis, Monitoring and Representation of Risk. Thesis title: Monitoring and characterization of rock slope instabilities in Norway using Ground-Based Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (GB-InSAR).


Work areas: 

Satellite- and ground-based radar remote sensing. Radar interferometry processing and interpretation for ground deformation on permafrost features, slope instabilities and infrastructures.

Fieldwork experience from Switzerland, Norway and Svalbard. Main focus and interest on mapping, monitoring and dynamics interpretation of geohazards, glacial and periglacial processes.