My name is Nina Hećej and I am a geologist from Croatia. I have finished my bachelor's and master's degrees at the Faculty of Mining, Geology, and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. Over the past five years, I have been working at the Croatian Geological Survey where I was involved in researching geohazards through implementation of remote sensing techniques.
In addition to this, I have been actively involved in researching Quaternary paleosols in Croatia to gather data about the past climates and conduct paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatic reconstruction.
Recently I joined the GEO team at the University of Bergen, where I am pursuing a Ph.D. under the guidance of Professor Mathilde Bøttger Sørensen. My research aims to identify and analyze landslides and their triggering mechanisms using seismological and remote sensing data.
PhD Research fellow
Institutt for geovitenskap, UiB / Department of Earth Sciences, UiB
Dept. of Earth Science, UiB