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     Date Submitted:22-09-2011
     Last Modified:22-09-2011 (03:07)
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     Current job:Research Fellow
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
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    Personal data

    1. Born on the 28th of June 1977 in Saint-Maurice, France.
    2. Nationality : French.

    Education

    2004-2008

    Doctor Degree in Planetary Science (Ph.D), about the geochemical diversity of the Martian surface, CESR (Centre d’Etude Spatiale des Rayonnements), Toulouse, France.

    2003-2004

    DEA (Master of Advanced Studies) ‘Earth Science and Environment’, UPS (Université Paul Sabatier), Toulouse, France.

    Speciality : Dynamics of Earth and telluric planets.

    1998-2001

    Engineer’s Degree ENSICA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs en Constructions Aéronautiques), Toulouse, France.

    Speciality : Space.

    1995-1998

    CPGE (Preparatory Classes to the Grandes Ecoles), Lycée Chateaubriand, Rennes, France.

    Speciality : MPSI-MP (focus on Maths and Physics), with Computer Science option.

    June 1995

    French Baccalaureate S (Scientific)-Maths (high honours), Lycée Félix Le Dantec, Lannion, France.

     

    Competences

     

    Languages

    French : Mother tongue.
    English : Fluent.
    Spanish : Good.
    German : Basic level.
    Japanese : Basic level (JPLT N5: 160/180).
    Russian : Notions.

    Computer
    Skills

    OS

    Windows, UNIX, Linux.

    Software

    Office Suite, Maple, Visual C++, ENVI, ArcGIS.

    Programming

    IDL, C, Matlab, Visual Basic, Pascal, ADA, Fortran, Caml.

     

    Activities and centres of interest

    1. Tennis and other racquet sports, trekking, cycling, swimming.
    2. Space, volcanoes.
    3. Nature, travels, reading.

     

    Additional Information

    1. French driving licence (Category B).

     

    Scientific activities

    - Postdoctoral research fellow at ESA (since November 2008).

    Speciality

    Planetary science

    Research
    topics
    and activities

    Composition (mineralogy & chemistry) of the Martian surface, modelisation of alteration processes, in order to understand better Mars' geological history.

    Use of statistical data analysis tools to investigate various datasets, such as planetary hyperspectral data (Mars, Venus).

    - Supervision of Master's-level trainees.
    - Successful application for the awarding of a 3rd year extension.

    Affiliation

    European Space Agency (ESA).

    European Space Astronomy Center (ESAC), Villanueva de la Cañada, Spain.

     - Ph.D Thesis (2004-2008).



    Speciality

    Planetary science

    Title

    Study of the geochemical diversity of the surface of Mars, based on X-ray spectrometry data from the Mars Exploration Rover mission; Modelling of the alteration of Martian rocks.

    Affiliation

    Doctoral School ‘SDU2E’ (Universe, Environment and Space Science),
    Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse III).

    2 laboratories of the OMP (Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées) in Toulouse :
    - CESR (Centre d’Etude Spatiale des Rayonnements),
    - DTP (Dynamique Terrestre et Planétaire).

    - DEA traineeship (2004, 4 months).

    Topic

    Comparative study of the first geochemical analysis results from the MER rovers (Spirit & Opportunity).

    Affiliation

    CESR (Centre d’Etude Spatiale des Rayonnements).

     

    Work experience in enterprise

    - Orbital Mechanics Engineer at CS (Communication & Système), Toulouse
    (2001-2003).

    Participation to various projects, e.g. :

    ODS

    Development of several specific versions of ODS (Orbital Dynamics Software), a software used for the station keeping of geostationary (single or collocated) satellites (orbit restitution, computation of manoeuvre cycles) :development of space mechanics modules, integration of these modules into the CNES (Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales) environment, redaction of technical documentation and user manual.

    BIBMIS
    (Confidential Defence)

    Evolution of the Mission Algorithm Library (BIBMIS) of Helios II (heliosynchronous observation satellites) to take into account the integration of a new instrument (very high resolution imaging) within the handling of image acquisition requests.

    - Engineer traineeship (ENSICA) at CS (Communication & Système), Toulouse
    (2001, 4 months).

    Topic

    Intelligent automation of ODS processes :

    Creation of an automatic sequence of space mechanics modules during a nominal station keeping cycle for a geostationary satellite.



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