Short Bio of Mathieu Dumberry

Education

B. Sc. in Physics, 1994, Université de Sherbrooke.

M. Sc. in Geophysics, 1998, University of British Columbia, principal advisor: Bruce A. Buffett.

Ph. D. in Geophysics, 2004, Harvard University, principal advisor: Jeremy Bloxham.

Academic Employment

2004 - 2007: NERC postdoctoral research fellow at University of Leeds.

January 2008 - July 2014: Assistant professor at University of Alberta

February 2015 - July 2015: Professeur invité, Université Grenoble-Alpes

July 2014 - present: Associate professor at University of Alberta

Research Interests

Earth and planetary magnetic fields

Flows in the core of Earth and planets

Rotation dynamics of Earth and planets

Interactions at fluid-solid interior boundaries of planets

Angular momentum exchanges between the cores and mantles of planets

Planetary Convection dynamics

Thermal evolution of planetary bodies

Interior structure of planets

Zonal winds of Gas planets

Variations in Earth's gravitational field

Geomagnetism and Archaeomagnetism

Geodynamics

Dynamo theory

Turbulence

Continuum mechanics

Inverse theory.