CV

Employment


Education

  • 2010–2013, PhD Fellow in Oceanography, CNRS, Perpignan
  • 2008–2010, MSc, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris
  • 2005-2008, BSc, Maths-Physics-Chemistry, Université de Strasbourg


Technologies and Languages

Python

NumPy, Pandas, Xarray, Matplotlib, Holoviews, scikit-learn, networkx, sphinx, Django

Other Languages

Shell, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, MATLAB, Markdown, LATEX, SQL

Technologies

Docker, Git, Jupyter, jupyter-book, gitlab-ci, Django, Websocket, WebRTC

Analytical Skills
  • Statistics: Covariance, Cross-correlation, Confidence intervals, Monte Carlo methods
  • Time-series: Spectral & Wavelett analysis, auto-correlation, detection of patterns & trends
  • Spatial: Geostatistics, Kriging, Objective Analysis
  • Supervised and Unsupervised Learning: Classification, Regression, Clustering


Personal Skills

Leadership
  • Responsible for the data acquisition, processing & storage for the UK research program UK-OSNAP
  • Supervised and trained MSc and PhD students to data analysis methods in oceanography
  • Organiser of the Oceanography and Climate seminars at the National Oceanography Centre
Communication
  • Published 27 scientific articles in peer review journals (>700 citations), 7 reports
  • Delivered regular presentations in international and national conferences (60 incl. 12 invited)
  • Engagement with public and stakeholders on climate change
Teamwork
  • Inter-disciplinary and international scientific collaborations with physicists, chemists, biologists, geologists, statisticians from UK, US, Netherlands, France, Germany and China
  • Close collaborations with scientists, technicians, IT-experts and mariners. particularly during research cruises


Fieldwork

  • 12 oceanographic cruises, 200 days at sea in the North Atlantic and in the Mediterranean. Planned and led fieldwork activities, liaise with mariners, cruise reports redaction
  • 9 ocean glider missions (underwater robot) [2014-2018]: piloting, data processing and analysis