Recent months havebeen quitebusyat a personal leveland Ididn’t tookthe time to update my website. Here are some news anyway:
my contract at EPFL ends in November and I’m now looking for a new position in remote sensing from space or drone.
I’m working on the SOLVE project as science leader. SOLVE study will design a constellation of small satellites, carrying innovative hyperspectral camera to monitor water and vegetation at hourly timescales.
with some colleagues from IRISA, we are finalizing the writing of a paper on an algorithm combining anomaly detection and non-linear unmixing, with application to Vesta’s dataset.
I’m involved in the preparation of a proposal dealing with the monitoring of salads using remote sensing. Two innovative startup companies are involved in this project, especially one working on hyperspectral (Gamaya).
Today, CQFD special broadcast dedicated to Mars and its exploration. I speak briefly of landing sites and ressources, which is somewhat related to what we do in the course Living on Mars. Unlike my first time in CQFD, no live session this time: the interview has been recorded few days ago at EPFL.
The website of the broadcast is available here and to listen only the part with me (in French), just play on “read” below and move forward up to 25:30 (but the whole broadcast is quite interesting!).
A little more than two weeks ago, I attended the 1st Chinese-Swiss workshop on space sciences. This workshop, organized by the Swiss Space Center, was held in Lenk in the Swiss Alps. It has been a great opportunity to meet scientists and to discover Chinese projects regarding space missions…
In a different kind, last Friday I had the opportunity to do a flight in ultralight. This flight was part of the Leman-Baikal project that use hyperspectral remote sensing. The idea is to investigate the possibilities that exist to use the dataset for mapping terrestrial surfaces…