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Fukushima-Daichii modelling results for the atmospheric dispersion of radionuclides
Dossier recherche du CEREA sur l'assimilation de données en situation de crise
I am deputy director of CEREA, a research laboratory of Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (member of Paris-Est University and ParisTech) and EDF Research and Development. CEREA is focussed on the modelling of air quality, from the local scale (including computational fluid dynamics and boundary layer physics) to aerosol physics at regional scale, through data assimilation and forecasting.
I am working as a researcher in atmospheric physics with a strong focuss on data assimilation and inverse modelling , on theoretical aspects as well as applications to atmospheric dispersion and air pollution. I am also the scientific co-director of the INRIA / Ecole des Ponts ParisTech CLIME project.
I have been formerly working for five years in theoretical physics. I was specialised in condensed matter theory and had been working in the fields of quantum spin systems and localisation theory of low-dimensional quantum disordered systems.
My PhD (granted by the Ecole Polytechnique) was performed in the Service de Physique Théorique du CEA at Saclay (1997-2000).
I have spent one year in the Theoretical Physics Group of the University of Warwick (2000-2001) as a postdoctoral fellow. I have then been for one year in the Theoretical Physics Sub-department of the University of Oxford (2001-2002) as a postdoctoral assistant fellow.
I have then started a new chapter of my career in science and entered the realm of Atmospheric Physics from the geo-statistical and applied maths side (2002-).
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