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     Date Submitted:19-02-2015
     Last Modified:02-03-2019 (06:58)
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     Current job:Atmospheric remote-sensing research engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAtmosphere, remote-sensing, data processing, LIDAR, spectrometer, meteorology, climate, performances
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    RESEARCH ENGINEER – SPACEBORNE ATMOSPHERIC REMOTE SENSING

     

    Skills

    Scientific : Remote-sensing, radiative transfer, meteorology, atmospheric composition, climate, water an carbon cycles

    Technical : Scientific computing, data and signal processing, instrumentation, LIDAR, spectrometer, optical engineering

    Project : Project management (team up to 5 persons), pre-sales activities (call for tenders), project delivery, logistics

    Computer Skills: Scientific programming: Python, Matlab, I.D.L, Labview and Scientific programming: Python, Matlab, I.D.L, Labview

    Languages: French: Mother tongue, English: Fluent (Common European Frame of Reference level: C.1), German: Intermediate (C.E.F.R level B.1)

     

    Work experience

    Since 04 2015 : Engineer Capgemini Technology Services – Scientific Office - Consultant for CNES - Atmospheric Sounding department, Toulouse

    - since 2018: Engagement manager. in charge of Capgemini "atmospheric sounding" projects for CNES: MicroCarb, IASI-NG, MERLIN, MESCAL missions: concept studies, L1, L2 processor and mission simulator developments, system performance studies, CAL/VAL preparation

    - 2015-2017 MERLIN: Development of the Level 2 processor and sensitivity studies on L2 products - part of “ground segment” and “performances” working groups - development of an end to end spaceborne simulator. Expert for development of High Spectral Resolution LIDAR (HSRL) simulator in the frame of MESCAL

    02-2012 – 01-2014 : Research engineer CNRS - CNRS/IPSL/LSCE (Laboratory:Climate Sciences and Environment), Paris area

    - Development of a new mobile Ultra-Violet Raman Water-vapor, Aerosol LIDAR (WALI) and associated data retrieval algorithm: field deployment during Mediterranean project (HyMeX/ChArMEx): study of aerosol/water-vapor cycles and validation of IASI H2O level 2 product

    - In charge of instrumentation and field operations for Léman-Baïkal project: aerosol characterization over Europe/Russia

     

    02-2011 – 01-2012 : Post-doctoral researcher CNRS- CNRS/IPSL/LATMOS (Laboratory: Atmosphere, Media, Space Observations), Paris

    - In charge of instrumentation and field operations (aircraft, ground-based) and data processing for FENNEC project: Saharan dust sounding

    11-2005 – 12-2009  : PhD student funded by CNES / Thales Alenia Space- CNRS / IPSL / LMD (Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory), Paris area, France

    0 phase: ESA’s A-SCOPE (Advanced Space Carbon and Climate Observation of Planet Earth) mission:  preparation of a DIAL LIDAR mission for atmospheric CO2

    - Responsible of Work Package “Spectral Characterization” of ESA project PULSNIR (Pulsed Laser Source in NIR): metrology of a 2 µm  OPO laser source developed at ONERA (French Aerospace Laboratory)

    - Development of numerical model of space-borne CO2 DIAL: error budget

    03-2005 – 09-2005 : Engineer in training LEOSPHERE S.A.S, Paris, France

    Development of LIDAR performance assessment and inversion algorithms

     

    Education :

    2005-2009 : Ph.D. in Physics: Optics and Atmospheric Physics - Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France - With honours - “DIAL LIDAR measurement of atmospheric CO2: preparation of a future space-borne mission” under the supervision of Dr. Pierre. H. FLAMANT

    2003-2005 : M.Sc. in Fundamental Physics and Engineering Sciences: Laser and Materials (Currently MIO: Master in Optics Engineering) - University PARIS VII Denis Diderot, Paris, France - Cum Laude

    1999-2003: B.Sc. in Physics - University PARIS XII Val-de-Marne (Currently UPEC), Créteil, France

     

    Field campaigns :

    2013 Léman-Baîkal project: 5 weeks road campaign from Europe to Siberia

    2012 HyMeX project: 6 weeks, Menorca, Spain

    2011 FENNEC project : Airborne campaign : 4weeks, Fuerteventura, Spain and ground campaign: 3weeks, Marbella, Spain

    2006 AMMA project : 5weeks, Tamanrasset, Algeria

     

    10 co-authorships in peer-reviewed publications


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