B.S., Physics Major, Lycée Pasteur, Paris, France (1998)
M. Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Ecole Centrale Paris, Paris, France (2001)
Ph. D., Mechanical Engineering, Ecole Centrale Paris, Paris, France (2005)
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (2005-present)
Editor The Cryosphere (2011-Present)
Member of NASA Sea Level Rise Science Team
Member of the JPL CIO Technology Advisory Board (CTAB), standing board for IT expertise to the Office of the CIO (OCIO).
Co-Chair for WCRP ISMIP6 (Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Project) modeling and intercomparison project for inclusion of ice sheet models in the next CMIP6 climate runs.
Member of Steering Committee for The Polar Research Coordination Network (which aims to connect the Polar Science, Data and High-Performance and Distributed Computing (HPDC) polar sciences communities.
Projections of sea-level rise using dynamically consistent Earth models, constrained by satellite data.
Data assimilation of remote sensing observations into projections of ice sheet mass balance and sea level rise.
Forward modeling of polar ice caps using large-scale, high-resolution, multi-physics, multi-model based finite element ice flow models.
Uncertainty propagation in sea-level rise projections.
Couplings and feedbacks between ice/solid-Earth/ocean and implications for sea-level rise projections.
NASA Group Honor Award, ISSM (2019)
Associate Project Scientist (II) at the Joint Institute for Regional Earth System Science and Engineering (JIFRESSE) at UCLA
NASA Early Career Achievement Medal for developing the Ice Sheet System Model (2015)
JPL Ed Stone Award for Outstanding Research Publication (2015)
JPL Team Award for Earth Ventures Proposal (2014)
JPL Research Poster Conference Award Winner for ":a prototype coastal sea-level rise projection system for the next century." (2013)
NASA Cryospheric Sciences Most Valuable Player (2012)