Instituto Dom Luiz
Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa
Campo Grande, Edf. C8, Piso 3, Sala 8.3.15
Amélie SIMON received her PhD degree from Ecole Centrale de Lyon (France) in Fluid Dynamics on shallow-water models. With the motivation to take part in climate research, Amélie SIMON became a Postdoctoral Researcher at LOCEAN-IPSL (Paris, France). She investigated the role of sea-ice on ocean and climate dynamics for scales ranging from interannual to thousands of years. Recently, Amélie joined the Institute Dom Luiz (IDL), Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon as a Postdoctoral Researcher where she continues to work on ocean-atmosphere interactions in the North Atlantic but with a particular focus on extreme events.
Amélie SIMON has participated in several international projects (Blue-Action, Archange, Gotham, Roadmap). She also won a project grant to study the troposphere-stratosphere interactions in the Arctic (ROQBAR project, 5 collaborators). Besides, she embarked on two oceanographic cruises (MOOSE-GE in 2018 (2 weeks) and PIRATA in 2021 (2 months)) and was involved in outreach climate events (Festival of Science, Train du Climat, French Science Academia…).
2014-2017: PhD. Student, Ecole Centrale de Lyon and R&D EDF, (France) under the supervision of Michel Lance, Meryem Marcelet et Jean-Marc Hérard
2009-2013: Engineer School/Master 2, National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) and Erasmus exchange program, (Rouen, France & Luleå, Sweden)
2017-2021: Postdoctoral researcher, LOCEAN-IPSL/ Sorbonne University/ CNRS (Paris, France), under the supervision of Guillaume Gatineau and Claude Frankignoul