Biography

I am currently working on Modeling climate trends and variability in the Himalaya to understand cryosphere changes at the Institute of Environmental Geosciences (Grenoble, France). My supervisors are Martin Ménégoz and Gerhard Krinner. We are in close collaboration with IPSL in Paris using the LMDZ model.

Interests

  • Mountainous Area
  • High Mountain Asia
  • Global Climate Models
  • CMIP6
  • Snow Cover Parameterization

Education

  • PhD, 2019-2022

    Institute of Environmental Geosciences

  • MSc in Atmosphere, Climate, and Continental Surfaces, 2019

    Université Grenoble Alpes

  • BSc in Physics, 2014

    Université Grenoble Alpes

  • BSc in Earth Science and Environment, 2013

    Université Grenoble Alpes

Skills

Python

70%

Jupyter Notebok

70%

Linux

60%

GitHub

50%

LMDZ

20%

Fortran

10%

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

PhD

Institute of Environmental Geosciences

Oct 2019 – Present Grenoble, France

Modeling climate trends and variability in the Himalaya to understand cryosphere changes (supervised by Martin Ménégoz and Gerhard Krinner)

CMIP6 - LMDZ/ORCHIDEE (IPSL GCM) - Snow Cover Parameterization

Project

 
 
 
 
 

MSc Research Internship

MEOM Research Group IGE (Institute of Environmental Geosciences)

Feb 2019 – Jul 2019 Grenoble, France

Identification and filtering of oceanic chaos by Machine Learning (supervised by Thierry Penduff and Redouane Lguensat)

Oceanography - Chaos - Deep Learning - Spatial Altimetry

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MSc Research Internship

GLACE Research Group IGE (Institute of Environmental Geosciences)

Apr 2018 – Jul 2018 Grenoble, France

The impact of Arctic sea ice variability on the northern latitude in the hydrological cycle in models and reanalyses (supervised by Olga Zolina, Maria SANTOLARIA-OTIN and Ambroise DUFOUR)

Hydrological cycle - Models - Reanalyses

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Projects

Medias

Compiles all media content.

Tutorials

Some tutorials about random stuff.

Science et Climat

Chaine YouTube de vulgarisation autour de la science et du climat !

PhD (2019-2022)

Modeling climate trends and variability in the Himalaya to understand cryosphere changes

Recent Posts

Réchauffement exacerbé dans les Hautes Montagnes d’Asie

Suite à la sortie de mon premier article scientifique sur le changement climatique en Himalaya et sur le Plateau Tibétain (en utilisant la dernière génération de modèles CMIP6), voici un résumé grand public publié par mon laboratoire : https://www.

FLASH | Le réchauffement climatique en cours est-il dû à l'Homme ?

La réponse en moins de 2 min avec Mickaël Lalande, doctorant à l’Institut des Géosciences de l’Environnement

Validation of HMASR with snow depth stations

Personal work in progress. Do not take as is, there has been no peer validation and there may be errors.

Recent & Upcoming Talks

EGU2022: Adaptation of a snow cover scheme for complex topography areas

Snow cover strongly modulates the energy fluxes between the atmosphere and the Earth’s surface. Indeed, snow has generally a much …

SnowHydro2022: Adaptation of a snow cover scheme for complex topography areas: regional calibration over High Mountain Asia and application in global models

Snow cover strongly modulates the energy fluxes between the atmosphere and the Earth’s surface. Indeed, snow has generally a much …

Comite de Thèse - 2ème année

Modélisation de la variabilité climatique et de ses liens avec la cryosphère dans les Hautes Montagnes d’Asie

Recent Publications

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Climate change in the High Mountain Asia in CMIP6

Climate change over High Mountain Asia (HMA, including the Tibetan Plateau) is investigated over the period 1979–2014 and in future …

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