I am a PhD Student at Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique and Sorbonne Université (Faculté des Sciences) in Paris, France; under the supervision of François Forget.

My research focuses on the evolution of the Martian climate within the last million years in response to obliquity changes. To do so, I'm creating innovative climate models which will enable the simulation of any planet's climate for very long periods. Our goal is to be able to explain the traces of the past Martian climate (glaciers, river flows, ice deposits) based on our new model.

I am also interested in the recent evolution of the Martian climate; the surface processes related to the CO2 cycle and the thermal properties of the terrain on the moon Europa.

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lucas.lange @ lmd.ipsl.fr
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