Cyril’s work aims to characterize the environments of planetary bodies in the solar system and to understand their fundamental evolution processes, especially with space-born radar instruments. His research interests are focused on planetary analogs (Antarctica/Arctic), surface properties inversion, planetary landing site selection, and radar wave propagation in planetary ionospheres. He is an active member of the SHARAD (Mars), RIME (Ganymede), Cassini RADAR (Titan), and REASON (Europa) radar instruments.
planet, cryosphere, radar
Ph.D., Université Grenoble, France
M.S., Geophysics, Université Grenoble, France
M.S., Space technologies, Université Toulouse, France
A.D., Mechanical engineering, Université Poitiers, France