Inge obtained her B.Sc. in Oceanography, Marine biology and Environmental and Geographical Science at the University of Cape Town, South Africa from 2010 till 2012. She then furthered her marine science studies with a B.Sc. Honours in Ocean and Atmospheric Science from the same university where she was introduced into ocean modelling for her project where she worked with the APECOSM model. She then did her M.Sc. through the EMBC+ program where her thesis was modelling the influence of tides on Celtic Sea herring larvae. This instilled her passion for modelling and its ability to assess how the physical environment impacts and affects the biological environment. She then started her Ph.D. at Université Laval, in 2016, where she is creating a nitrogen and carbon based biogeochemical model that will be use to assess the impacts of Climate Change and river regulation on the biogeochemistry of the Hudson Bay Complex in Canada.
Ongoing research projects