About me ...

My research focuses on the physics of Earth surface processes and how they impact the shape and dynamics of landscapes. I investigate these processes using laboratory experiments, mathematical modeling and field observations with the goal to identify the minimum number of ingredients necessary to model them. I am particularly interested in the extent to which small scale physics may control the evolution of large scale features of the Earth surface.

I also supervise the «Observatoire de l’Eau et de l’Erosion aux Antilles (ObsERA). This observatory, located on Basse-Terre Island, Guadeloupe archipelago, in the lesser Antilles arc, consists of several experimental watershed instrumented to investigate the dynamics of erosion and weathering.

Eric Lajeunesse

Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris

Equipe de Dynamique des Fluides Géologiques

1 rue Jussieu

75238 Paris cedex 05