My research focuses on understanding the transport of subsurface fluid systems with noble gases. The transport of subsurface fluids is an essential factor for the understanding of natural resources, such as the formation of helium reservoirs, and the assessment of environmental projects, such as carbon capture and storage and nuclear waste respiratory. Noble gases, due to their chemical inertness, are a useful suite of tracers for identifying and quantifying physical processes in the subsurface.
In my researches, I combine numerical models that characterise noble gas migration with the analysis from natural samples collected from different geological settings. My Dphil research emphasises on gas samples from sedimentary basins and my post doc research focuses on rock samples from crystalline basement.