PhD Physics, Research & Development
His experience relates to modelling of atmospheric composition (aerosols in particular), data assimilation and interaction between aerosols and meteorological processes. He is in charge of global aerosol modelling at HYGEOS.
He is currently involved in the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service, coordinating the CAMS2_35 project, in the continuation of the CAMS 43 project, which aims at improving the global aerosol and chemistry forecasts provided by the European Center for Medium-range Weather Forecast (ECMWF).
- Since 2019 : Researcher at HYGEOS
- 2016-2019 : Researcher at Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace
- 2014-2016 : Researcher at Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique
- 2013-2014 : Researcher at ECMWF
- 2009-2012 : Deputy director of Forecasts for the Ile-de-France and Centre regions, Météo-France
- 2009 : PhD, improving the assimilation scheme of 1D boundary-layer model used for fog forecasting at airports (Université Toulouse 3)