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    Personal information
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     Date Submitted:21-04-2015
     Last Modified:10-11-2015 (02:21)
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     Current job:Scientist & Manager Project
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
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    CV

    COMPUTER SKILLS

    Langages :

    C, Labview, Mathematica, IDL, Fortran, Origin. LATEX

    Tools:

     NAUTILUS (gas-grain numerical astrophysical code).

    Methods :
    Data analysis software

    Environement :

    Windows, UNIX, Mac OS.

     TECHNICAL SKILLS

    • Surface physics techniques.

    • Mass spectroscopy and temperature programmed desorption (TPD) thechnique.

    • Atomic and molecular beam lines.

    • Ultra-high vacuum (UHV) systems.

    • Cryogenic systems.

    • Infrared, Visible and UV spectroscopy.

    • Laser systems, REMPI.

     

     FUNCTIONAL SKILLS

    •  Team management up to 5 persons.

    • Coordination up to 8 persons.

    • Project management:

    - Reports of needs,

    - Technical and scientific specifications,

    - Experiment,

    - Modoling,

    - Writing scientific papers and reporting.

    • Animation team.

    • Strategic organization.

    • Co-supervision of doctoral thesis and supervision of internship of undergraduates students.

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES / PROJECTS

     2012 – 2014 Scientific Researcher in the AMOR team, Laboratory of Astrophisics, Bordeaux (LAB), Bordeaux Observatory and Bordeaux University, France.

     Doctoral thesis codirection and direction of several research internships, PI of several projects.

    • Implementation and project management.

    •  Participation of a development of an astronomical database ''KIDA'', which is a database of kinetic data of interest for astrochemical (interstellar medium and planetary atmospheres) studies. In addition to the available referenced data, KIDA provides recommendations over a number of important reactions.

    • Using NAUTILUS code for modeling with Fortran&IDL the molecules desorption energies in the IRAS16293 protostar (one article in preparation for ApJL).

    • Leading a team of 8 project managers and 3 trainees. Coordinating 10 annual projects (LAB).

    • Coordination, animation, drafting of reports, redaction and publication ofarticles in refereed journals.

    • Animation steering committees (project managers, pos-PhD, PhD, Finance Department, General Directorate).

    • Ability to seek funding.

    •  Elaboration of theories for understanding the physical chemistry in interstellar environments.

    •  Writing and project submission to the French organizations (CNRS) and other international organizations such as Simon Foundation, Marie Curie, NWO,...

    •  Buying and Installing Parts for experiments in physics.

    •  Oral presentations of results in conferences and symposiums, seminars and international working groups.

    •  Co-supervision of PhD students and mentoring of several research internships.

    •  Using a numerical code "NAUTILUS" for modeling with FORTRAN 90 & IDL molecules desorption eneregies in protostar IRAS16293 (an article was published in a refereed journal).

    •  despoliation and analysis of scientific data.

    •  Participation and presentation of results obtained in different conferences, seminars, in France and abroad (France, Netherland, UK, Germany, USA, Canada)

    • Planning of projects; long, medium, and short term.

    • Principal Investigator (PI) of several scientific projects.

    2007-2011 Project manager in laboratory astrophysics at Paris Observatoy &Cergy University,France.

    • Expert in the various physical techniques of surfaces in space conditions.

    • Discovery and confirmation for the very first time with the experimental method theorems and theoretical predictions H2O formation in interstellar environments (one article were published in ApJL)

    • Project management of isomers problems, in my case; dimethyl ether and the ethanol and preferential observation of DME in interstellar environments (2 articles have been published in largest newspaper as A&A, ApJ) &Supervision of a Master internship and several ungraduate courses.

    • Study of deuteration NH3 in interstellar environments.

    •  Proposed models for understanding the formation, deuteration of the molecules in interstellar environments.

    •  articipation and submission of projects with the CNRS (french organisation of research).

    •  Purchase and installation and maintenance of equipment of the FORMOLISM experiment.

    •  Writing and publication of scientific articles in peer refereed journals.

    •  Oral presentation of the results at the international conferences and working groups.

    • Supervision of two ungraduates students.

    • Several administrative and teaching.

     

     OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

    2015 -Now Professor of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry in high school, academy of Creteil, National Education, France.

     2012-2014 Supervision of a final year study projects & teaching physics (courses, exercises and experiments), University of Bordeaux 1, Bordeaux, France :

    • Optics 1st year of engineering and 2nd year of Licence (undergraduates students), Electromagnetic 2nd year of licence, fondamentale physics, preparatory school in physics and chemistry section, 2nd year.

    intense preparation program for competitive exams to get into the french ”Top schools”, specialization in physics and chemistry.

    • Mechanics for preparatory school in physics and chemistry section, 2nd year, Bordeaux, France.

    2007-2011 Supervision of a final year study projects & teaching :

    • Mathematics, 3rd year of engineering (courses, exercises and experiments), at university of Cergy,France.

    • Computing, 1st year of Licence (Undergraduate education) at university of Nanterre, Paris X, France.

    2007-2009 MEMBER of the Council of the Physics Department of physics, the faculty of Sciences and

    Technology, university of Cergy-Pontoise, France.

    2003-2012 Tutor aiming at providing remedial courses to disadvantaged high school students, Paris Sud 11 University, FRANCE.

     

     QUALIFICATIONS & DIPLOMAS

    2007 – 2011 Ph.D. in ASTROPHYSICS at university of Cergy-Pontoise and Paris observatory, team

    LERMA/LAMAp. Title of Thesis : Adsorption, Formation and Interaction of molecules at the surface of water ice simulating interstellar grain, summa cum laude.

    2006-2007 MASTERS Degree in Physical Chemistry from University of Paris 11, Orsay, France.

    2007 Internship (january - june) at University of Paris 11, Orsay and CNRS, France.

    Title: New nonlinear optical method for studying the role of water ice in atmospheric chemistry.

     

    LANGUAGE AKILLS

    French : fluent, English : Complete professional capacity.

    AUTRES QUALIFICATIONS

    Qualified for Assistant Professor competitive exams in :

    • Dense media and materials sciences, (section 28), 02/2015.

    • Dilute media and optic section (section 30), 02/2013.

    • Astronomy & Astrophysics section (section 34), 02/2012. :

     

     LIST OF THESIS AND PUBLICATIONS

    • Adsorption, formation et intéraction de molécules a la surface de la glace d'eau simulant les grains interstellaires,

    • 02-2011, mention très honorable.

    • influence of desorption energies on the abundances of molecules in the protostar IRAS

    16293-2422, Mokrane H, Wakelam V, et al., ApJ.

    • Adsorption behavior of two complex organic molecules isomers (Ethanol and Dimethyl-ether), Mokrane H, et al. 2015 A&A. (soumis à Astronomy & Astrophysics).

    • Differential adsorption of complex organic molecules isomers at interstellar ice surfaces M. Lattelais, M. Bertin, H. Mokrane, F. Pauzat, J. Pilmé, C. Minot, Y. Ellinger, C. Romanzin, X. Michaut, P. Jeseck, J.-H. Fillion, H. Chaabouni, E. Congiu, F. Dulieu, S. Baouche, J.-L Lemaire. A&A 532, A12, 2011.

    • Changes in the morphology of interstellar ice analogues after hydrogen atom exposure, M. Accolla, E. Congiu, F. Dulieu, G. Manico`, H. Chaabouni, E. Matar, H. Mokrane, J. L. Lemaire and V. Pirronello, PCCP 2011, 13,

    8037–8045.

    • Nuclear Spin Conversion of Molecular Hydrogen on Amorphous Solid Water in the presence of O 2 traces; M. Chehrouri, F. Dulieu, H. Chaabouni, H. Mokrane, E. Matar, J.L. Lemaire and X. Michaut, J.-H. Fillion. PCCP, 2010. DOI: 10.1039/c0cp01322f.

    • Competing Mechanisms of Molecular Hydrogen Formation in Conditions Relevant to the Interstellar Medium, Lemaire, J. L.; Vidali, G.; Baouche, S.; Chehrouri, M.; Chaabouni, H.; Mokrane, H. 2010ApJL...725L.156L.

    • Experiemental evidence for water formation via ozone hydrogenation on dust grain at 10k ; H. Mokrane, H. Chaabouni, M. Accolla, E. Congiu, F. Dulieu, M. Chahrouri and J. L. Lemaire. ApJ, 705:L195-L198, 2009 November 10.

     ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONS

    Personels interests and sport :

    Regular practice jogging and Piano, Reading scientifics journals and books, regular travel.


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