CURRICULUM

Research


2017-present: Assistant Professor at Princeton University.

2014-2016: Post-doc at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD (USA). Ralph Keeling's group.

2012-2013: Post-doc at LSCE - CEA (France). Laurent Bopp's group.

2010-2011: Post-doc at National Oceanographic Center (UK). Adrian Martin's group.

2006-2010: PhD in Oceanography at LOCEAN (France). Advisor: Marina Lévy.

2005-2006: Junior geoscientist at Schlumberger. Geochemical modeling of carbon storage.
 

Teaching


2017-present: Undergraduate courses on Earth System Modeling, Oceanography and Climate. Princeton University.

2015: Graduate seminar course on Carbon-Climate Controversies. Scripps UCSD.

2006-2010: Teaching assistant at Paris Sorbonne University. ”Geophysics: solid earth, ocean and atmosphere.”

2008: Invited teacher at the EGU Geosciences Information For Teachers (Austria). ”Learning from ocean color: biophysical interactions.”

2005-2006: Teaching assistant at l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Géologie (France). Department of Engineering and reservoir hydrodynamics. ”Carbon storage in aquifers, physical and chemical aspects.”
 

Education


2010: PhD in Oceanography at Paris Sorbonne University. Biogeochemical impacts of small-scale ocean processes.

2002-2006: Undergraduate and Master in geophysics at Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris (ENS Paris).
 

Awards


2019 Sloan Research Fellowship

Field Work


2008: AMOCINT cruise (Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation during INTerglacials) on board Marion Dufresne. Calypso sediment coring in the North Atlantic.

2006: 3-month visiting student at the National Institute of Oceanography (India).

2004: 6-month visiting student at the Instituto Antartico Argentino (Argentina). ARGAU cruise in Southern Ocean on board the Argentinean ice-breaker ”Almirante Irizar”. Phytoplankton, pigments, lipids and CO2 measurements.