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     Date Submitted:19-02-2015
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     Current job:LIDAR research engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
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     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsLIDAR remote sensing - optical sensors - data processing
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    RESEARCH ENGINEER:

    LIDAR REMOTE-SENSING AND EARTH OBSERVATION

     

    Personal Data

    Date and place of birth:

     

     

    27.08.1981 in Maisons-Alfort (France)

    Nationality:

    French

     

    Skills

     

    Technical:

     

    Scientific:

    Active (LIDAR) and passive remote-sensing, atmospheric sounding, in-situ measurements, laser and electro-optic engineering, molecular spectroscopy, spaceborne data analysis

    Water and carbon cycles, aerosols, atmospheric dynamics, radiative transfer

    Project:

    Research and Technology proposal, replies to call for tenders, activity reports

     

    Work Experience

     

    02/2011-01/2014

     

     

    Research Engineer CNRS

    IPSL: Institut Pierre Simon Laplace / LSCE, Saclay, France

    Optical experimental development for LIDAR remote sensing

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    2005-2009

     

     

     

     

     

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    1999-2003

     

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    -          Project leader: development of mobile Ultra-Violet Raman Water-vapor, Aerosol LIDAR (WALI) and data retrieval algorithm : preparation of ADM-Aeolus mission validation

    -          Mediterranean project (HyMeX /ChArMEx): field deployment of WALI system: study of aerosol/water-vapor cycles and validation of IASI H2O level 2 product

    -          Development of an airborne canopy LIDAR as space demonstrator

    -          Léman-Baïkal project: field measurements and analysis of aerosol optical properties over Europe and Russia

    -          FENNEC project: analysis of saharan dust properties: in charge of ground and airborne LIDAR measurement and processing/analysis of ground-based, airborne and spaceborne LIDAR, passive remote sensing and ancillary data

     

    Ph.D. Student CNES / Thalès Alenia Space

    IPSL: Institut Pierre Simon Laplace / LMD, Palaiseau, France

    Preparation of a space-borne DIAL LIDAR mission for atmospheric CO2 measurement

    -          Responsible ofWork Package “Spectral Characterization” of European Space Agency project PULSNIR (Pulsed Laser Source in NIR):

    -          metrology of an OPO laser source developed at ONERA (aerospace laboratory) and development of an Infra-Red tunable Tm,Ho:YLF laser cavity at 2 microns 

    -          Link with ESA and partners

    -          CO2 high precision molecular spectroscopy (absorption/photoacoustic) at 2 µm

    -          Development of laser spectral shift correction method based on photoacoustic cell

    -          Numerical model of a space-borne DIAL LIDAR for CO2 remote-sensing: error budget and sensitivity study

    -          Field operator (supersite AMMA, Tamanrasset, Algeria) for validation of CALIOP mission

    Engineer in training LEOSPHERE, Paris, France

    -          Backscatter LIDAR: development of a performance assessment algorithm

    -          Development of optical properties retrieval algorithms for backscatter LIDAR

     

     

     

    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

    Master of Science in Fundamental Physics and Engineering Sciences: Laser-Materials

    Université PARIS VII Denis Diderot, Paris, France - Cum Laude

    Bachelor of Science in Physics

    Université PARIS XII Val-de-Marne (Currently UPEC), Créteil, France

     

    Operating Systems: Windows, LINUX,

    Programming Language: Matlab, I.D.L

    Graphical Language Software: Labview

    Optical Design: ZEMAX

     

    French: Mother tongue

    English: Fluent (C.E.F.R level: C.1)

    German: Intermediate (C.E.F.R level B.1)

     

    “Laser accreditation” by CEA: French atomic and alternative energies research center

    Driving license category B

     

    2013: Léman-Baïkal Project (5 weeks), from France to Siberia

    2012: HyMeX: Hydrological cycle in Mediterranean eXperiment (6 weeks), Menorca, Spain

    2011: FENNEC airborne campaign (4 weeks), Fuerteventura, Spain

    2011: FENNEC ground campaign (3 weeks), Marbella, Spain

    2006: AMMA: African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analysis (5 weeks), Tamanrasset, Algeria

     

    Consulting for start-up CLS: optical design for navigation LIDAR

    Consulting for CS: Pre-sales activities: reply to call for tenders: spatial image processing: spaceborne DIAL LIDAR

     

    2011: FENNEC Science Meeting, Brighton, University of Brighton, Royaume Uni

    2009: 3rd International Workshop on CO2 DIAL, NASA LARC, Virginia, U.S.A

    2009: PULSNIR final meeting, ESA ESTEC, Noordwijk, Pays-Bas

    2007: 1st International Workshop on CO2 DIAL, Université Pierre&Marie Curie, France

     

    Sahara, Indonesia, La Reunion; Europe, U.S.A

    Football (in charge of an ass

    Sahara, Indonesia, La Réunion, Europe, U.S.A

    Football (in charge of an association), Table tennis (national level for 5 years)



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