Alice Alex joined Life Cycle Geo in May 2021. She recently earned her Ph.D. in geochemistry from the University of Toronto. The primary focus of her research was to study the effect of oxygen fugacity on the solubility of Cu, Au and Ag in sulfur-bearing magmatic fluids to better understand the genesis of porphyry Cu-Au deposits. She was involved in designing and constructing novel experimental techniques to overcome current technological drawbacks for studying crustal process in the laboratory. In addition to working with us, she is also pursuing a data science certification to grow her skillset in data analytical techniques such as multivariate statistics, dashboards and machine learning.
Alice enjoys spending cold nights with a book from her home library and warm days hiking in Ontario.