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     Date Submitted:05-06-2014
     Last Modified:05-06-2014 (03:16)
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     Current job:Confirmed researcher (SESAR project)
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsRadar, Signal processing, data analysis, mathematic methods, programming, reseeach and development, meteorology
    CV

    CURRENT SITUATION : Since April 2013
    Confirmed Researcher at Météo France, SESAR Project.
    R & D :
    Research and Development of a 3D high resolution reflectivity field above the main European airports and then above all of Europe :
    – Develop and Validate a 3D reflectivity prototype for European radars (Using ODIM-HDF5 format).
    – Compare the current 3D reflectivity approach of Météo France with a 3D prototype developed at UK Met Office.
    – The validation part is to compare the results of both approaches in two 400km² areas above Charles de Gaulle and London Heathrow Airports using satellite and simulation data.
    – Ajust an approach to advect the radar data.
    – The resolution of the final product will be 1km² each 5 minutes.
    – Develop a visualization tool of the 3D reflectivity results with HTML and JavaScript.
    – Continue some research works in polarimetric radar.
    Teaching : Meteorological Radar : Principle and Application course at ENM (the National School of Meteorology for Météo France).
    Reviewing Reviewer for the Jornal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology.

    PROFESSIONNAL EXPERIENCE
    May 2013 : Training in Weather forecasting
    Title : Concept and methodology for weather forecasting in Météo France.
    April 2013 : Visit to the MetOffice (UKMO) in Exeter, United Kingdom
    Title : Collaboration and study on the development of a 3D high resolution reflectivity field.
    October 2010 - March 2013 : Post Doc at Météo France, RYTHMME Project (Risques HYdrométéorologiques en Territoires de Montagnes et MEditerranéens).
    Tasks : – Research in hydrometeor classification of different bandwidths in the Météo France radar network (X, C and S).
    – Development of a new approach for the hydrometeor classification.
    – Modelling and simulation of the radar reflectivity and the polarimetric parameters using the T-Matrix algorithm.
    – Detection and distinction the different types of Hail.
    – Intercomparison between radars data for microphysics studies and validation.
    – Devolopment of an approach of hydrometeor classification mosaïcking.
    – Development of a 3D temperature scheme from AROME data.

    Teaching : Meteorological Radar : Principle and Application course in ENM (the National School of Meteorology for Météo France).
    October and November 2012 : Radar Seminars
    Title : Seminar on Meteorological Radar at four Lebanese universities :
    – Lebanese University, Faculty of Engineering, Branch III, Beirut.
    – American University of Beirut (AUB), Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, FEA.
    – The Doctorate School of Science and Technology (EDST), AZM center for Research in Biotechnology and its Applications, Tripoly.
    – Université Libano Française, Tripoly.
    September 2012 : Visit to the University of Helsinki, Finland and The FMI (Finnish Meteorological Institute)
    Title : Collaboration and study on snow using polarimetric radars.
    October 2009 - September 2010 : Temporal Teaching and Research post at University of Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris VI), Electronic Section.
    Teaching : Analog Electronics (level Master 1, L2 and L3), Numerical Methods (level Master 1),
    (Finite Elements), Electrical Machines and Electromagnetism (level L2) where I prepared the course.
    Research : Application of CURIE radar to detect the atmospheric turbulences.
    October 2006 – December 2009 : PhD student at LATMOS-IPSL (CNRS) laboratory, Vélizy, France.
    Title : Contribution to the study of boundary layer under clear sky and precipitation from the X-band radar, CURIE (Urban Canopy Radar for the Study of Interactions and Exchanges).
    October 2006 – June 2009 : Instructor at the IUT of Vélizy
    Department : N & T (Network and Telecommunication)
    Teaching : Math and Programming (CC++ and Matlab).
    Analog Electronics.
    February 2006 – September 2006 : Masters Training / Final year project
    Title : Verification of the positioning integrity data using multi-sensor.
    Laboratory : HEUDIASYC (HEUristique et DIAgnostic des SYstèmes Complexes) UMR CNRS 6599 of UTC (University of Technology of Compiegne).
    July 2005 – September 2005 : Training of the 2nd Engineering year
    Title : Study of fixed network server traffic "Ericsson Server".
    Company : Ogero, Lebanon
    July 2004 – September 2004 : Training of the 1st Engineering year
    Title : Maintenance and Audit.
    Company : South For Construction, Liban.

    SKILLS
    – Radar (Polarimetric and Doppler), Lidar, Sodar and Meteorology.
    – Mathematics : Algebra, Analysis, Statistics.
    – Weather forecasting.
    – Theory and Processing of signal and images, data analysis.
    – Electronic : analogue, digital, biomedical electronics, DSP, FPGA.
    – Programming language :
    – C, C++, Python, R : Advanced (5 years).
    – Java, Javascript, Html, Labview : Intermediar (2 years).
    – Visual Basic, VHDL : Beginner (a couple of months).
    – Matlab, Scilab : Expert (8 years).
    – Operating Systems :
    – Windows : Expert (+10years).
    – Linux : Advanced (5 years). Mac : Intermediar (3 years).
    – Scripts : Intermediar (3 years).
    – Telecommunications : analog and digital.
    – Networks : Network Architecture and Interconnection, TCP/IP, Unicast and Multicast routing, Quality of Service, Network Security, Mobile Networks,Wireless Networks.
    – Electricity, Electromagnetism, Electric Machines, Electro-technics.
    – Automatic : Linear, Non-Linear, and Numeric.
    – Windows Pack Office : Word, Excel, PowerPoint.

    EDUCATION
    2006 - 2009 DOCTORATE FROM UNIVERSITÉ DE VERSAILLES SAINT QUENTIN EN YVELINES
    Specialty : Atmospheric Physics, Meteorology, Radar, Signal Processing and Data Analysis.
    LATMOS UMR CNRS 8190 - Université de Saint Quentin en Yvlines (UVSQ) - France.
    2005-2006 RESEARCH MASTER IN INFORMATION AND SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY
    Université de Technologie de Compiègne (UTC)- France.
    2001-2006 ENGINEERING DIPLOMA IN TELECOMMUNICATION AND COMPUTERS
    Lebanese University, Faculty of Engineering III, Lebanon.
    2005 MCSE (MICROSOFT CERTIFIED SYSTEM ENGINEERING) COURSES. ACT INSTITUTE
    ACT Institute, Gobeiry, Lebanon.

    LANGUAGES
    Arabic Mother Tongue
    French Bilingual
    English Fluent

    REFERENCES
    M. Frédéric Barbaresco Senior Scientist & Advanced Studies Manager at THALES AIR SYSTEMS
    email : frederic.barbaresco(at)thalesgroup.com
    M. Pierre Tabary Météo France, 42 Avenue Coriolis, 31057 Toulouse France
    email : pierre.tabary@meteo.fr
    M. Jacques Parent du Châtelet Météo-France. LATMOS,11 Boulevard d’Alembert, 78280 Guyancourt CEDEX France.
    email : Jacques.Parent-du-Chatelet(at)latmos.ipsl.fr
    M. Stephen Frasier Microwave Remote Sensing Laboratory ; Dept. Electrical& Computer Engineering.
    University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA 01003 USA
    email : frasier(at)ecs.umass.edu

    ACTIVITES EXTRA PROFESSIONALS
    Sport Ping-Pong, Volleyball, Bike.
    Leisure Cooking, Reading, Taste for travel, Cinema.
    Other Former member of the Lebanese Red Cross (5 years as a volunteer).


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