Reto Sterchi – PhD student
Reto joined SARP in the fall of 2015 as a PhD student. His research examines how professional guides use terrain selection to control avalanche risk. After his MSc in Geography at the University of Berne he worked as a natural hazards consultant in Switzerland. In this position he conducted hazard assessments of avalanches, debris flows and flooding processes as well as risk analyses for traffic corridors and municipalities threatened by natural hazards. He is interested in risk communication and evaluation of appropriate strategies, mitigation measures and safety concepts for risk management.
Your can reach Reto at email@example.com.