A variety of PhD opportunities are now available
Instrument and data technician in the air-sea exchange group
I am an oceanographer mainly interested in studying meso- and submesoscale processes and their impact on biogeochemical dynamics by combining remote sensing and in situ observations.
Originally from Italy (where I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Bologna), I have also worked in the US (PhD in Oceanography at the University of California Santa Barbara) and in France (postdocs in Marseille and Brest).
At PML I am currently involved in the activities of the Sentinel-3 Mission Performance Center (satellite altimetry) as well as those of the Atlantic Meridional Transect cruise (in situ optical observations).
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