Postdoc at Paris-Meudon Observatory, France

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Currently postdoc at LESIA at Paris-Meudon Observatory (Meudon, France), I am interested in understanding the planetary atmospheres and climates of exoplanets, Titan and the early Earth.

Short Vitae
  • - Since July 2016, I am a postdoc at LESIA at Paris-Meudon Observatory (Meudon, France).
  • - From April 2014 to June 2016, I was a postdoc at the Virtual Planetary Laboratory in the University of Washington (Seattle, USA).
  • - In 2014, I completed the PhD degree from the University Pierre et Marie Curie in Planetary Science under the supervision of François Forget and Sébastien Lebonnois at Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique (Paris, France). I received the 2015 award for the best thesis from the Comité National Français de Géodésie et Géophysique.
  • - In 2010, I obtained a MSc degree from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon and the University Pierre et Marie Curie in fundamental physics and atmospheric science.

Contact

benjamin.charnay"@"lmd.jussieu.fr