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Research experience

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2015-2019 : IRD researcher posted at USTH, Hanoi, Vietnam

Founding of the international joint laboratory LOTUS

Research topic: Role of ocean dynamics in the cycle of water and matter in the regional climate system.

Tools : Atmosphere-ocean and physical-biogeochemical modeling and coupling.

 

Since Dec. 2010 : IRD researcher at LEGOS, France

Research topic: Influence of mesoscale and submesoscale oceanic dynamics on phytoplankton ecosystems.

Tools : Atmosphere-ocean and physical-biogeochemical modeling and coupling.

 

Sept. 2008 - Nov. 2010 : Post-doc at CNRM/GAME, France

Research topic: Representation of extreme events in the Mediterranean circulation. ANR project MEDUP

Tools : Air-sea modeling and coupling, ocean modeling.

Supervisors: S. Somot, M. Déqué

 

Feb. - Aug. 2008 : Post-doc at ENEA, Italy

Research topic: Impact of increasing the complexity of regional ocean-atmosphere models on the representation of the Mediterranean present and future atmospheric and oceanic circulation. European project CIRCE.

Tools : Air-sea coupling, ocean modeling

Supervisors: V. Artale, P. Ruti, G. Sannino

 

Sept. 2004 - Dec. 2007 : PhD student at LA, France

Research topic: Impact of climate change on marine circulation and planktonic ecosystems in North-Western Mediterranean Sea

Tools : Hydrodynamical and biological modeling and coupling.

Supervisors: C. Estournel, F. Diaz

 

Jan. - May 2004 : Master student at Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory, MIT, USA

Research topic: Optimization, water resources. How many people can China feed? Assessed the impact of land and water constraints using optimization tools.

Supervisor: D. McLaughling

 

Sept. 2002 - Dec. 2003 : Master student at Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory, MIT, USA

Research topic: Effect of stratification due to suspended sediment on velocity and concentration profiles in turbulent flows.
Investigated and parameterized the effect of stratification due to suspended sediment on velocity and concentration profiles.

Supervisor: O. S. Madsen

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