MSCA Fellow, University of Glasgow, UK
Dr. Wong is a volcanologist who uses computational models to understand the movement of gases in volcanic systems and how gases control eruption style. Growing up in Singapore, she was always amazed by the natural hazards (earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunami) impacting nearby countries. This led her to pursue the Earth Sciences and subsequently Geophysics because she enjoys working with computational models. She obtained her PhD in Geophysics from Stanford University, USA in 2020, and is now a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow, UK.