rojo.maxence [at] hotmail.fr
Maxence Rojo is a postdoctoral researcher at University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ) for the project ICE-ISCEN. In October 2011, he started his interdisciplinary thesis project research at Cultures, Régulations, Institutions et Territoires (CRIT) doctoral school, guided by Alexandra Lavriller (CEARC) and Chantal Claud (LMD). He studies extreme weather events and climate change in arctic and subarctic regions. These researches are one part of the BRISK project, a program of French National Agency for Research focused on building synergies between scientific and indigenous knowledge about Global Change in the Arctic by elaborating cutting-edge transdisciplinary methodologies to better understand the vulnerabilities and adaptive capacities of Arctic societies and environments. He did field research in Greenland (Uummannaq) and in Republic Tuva, Russia (Kyzyl and Tožu regions).
- Since 2017: Paris-Saclay Project MOMENTOM
- 2013-2016: ANR Project BRISK
- 2011-2016: PhD in anthropology and meteorology at CRIT/UVSQ.
- 2011: Training « Influence of sudden stratospheric warming on troposhere ». Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique (LMD), Palaiseau, France.
- 2010-2011 : Master 2 Arctic Studies, UVSQ, France.
- 2010: Training at the NGO Codesosur-Sinergias, Puerto Montt, Chili.
- 2009-2010 : Master 1 Sciences of the Environment, Territory and the Economy (SETE), UVSQ, France.
Last revision date: April 2018