communication (in french) on my last article 'Impact of the dust on the
synoptic components of the West African monsoon.'
Short CV (detailed here)
Present : Visitor scientist (Dust impact on MCS over West Africa) at MMM - NCAR, Boulder (CO), USA and LATMOS, Paris, France
2012 : Research Associate (Surface - Atmosphere interactions) at McGill University, and Environment Canada, Montreal, Canada
2009 : Postdoctoral position (Statistical and Numerical downscaling methods) at LMD, Palaiseau, France
2008 : Postdoctoral position (West African Heat Low) at LATMOS, Paris, France
2006 : PhD in Atmospheric Sciences (West African Monsoon) at LTHE, Grenoble, France
2002 : MSc (Atmospheric Physic and Chemistry), Grenoble and Clermont Ferrand, France
2000 : BSc (Physics) Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France
Research interests :
Tropical mesoscale convective systems (MCS) and their environments (synoptic and local conditions).
Interannual and intra-seasonal variabilities of rainfall.
Statistical and numerical downscaling methods.
Present research :
Impacts of the dust on the pulsation of the West African Heat Low during FENNEC project