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François Landais

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Géosciences Paris Sud (GEOPS) Bâtiment 504, Rue du Belvédère Campus Universitaire d’Orsay 91405 Orsay Cedex, FRANCE mail : francois.landais@u-psud.fr

This thesis aims to characterize the statistical structure of planetary topographies in the solar system.

Publication :

- Universal multifractal Martian topography, Landais, F., F. Schmidt, S. Lovejoy, 2015, Nonlin. Processes Geophys. Discuss., 2, 1007–1031, doi:10.5194/npgd-2-1007-2015.

- Landais, F., Schmidt, F., & Lovejoy, S. 2017 (Under review). Multifractal topography of several planetary bodies in the Solar System

Axes of research :

- statistical analysis of surfaces
- fractal and multifractal geometry
- numerical simulation of surface evolution
- comparative planetary science

keywords :

Topography, Solar system, statistics, fractal

Conference :

- 2017 : LPSC, Multifractal Analysis of the Martian Topography (poster presentation)
- 2016 : DPS-EPSC : Statistical analysis of the Planetary topography (oral presentation)
- 2016 : EGU, Comparative statistical analysis of surface scaling properties (oral presentation)
- 2016 : 31st IUGG CMG, topography and scaling laws (Oral presentation)
- 2015 : EPSC, Statistical analysis of the Martian surface, global behavior (oral presentation)
- 2015 : EGU, Comparative analysis of planetary surfaces (oral presentation)
- 2015 : EPSC, Anisotropy of topography (poster presentation)

Workshop and seminar

- 2016 : Workshop imageIN (GEOPS), multifractal analysis and spherical simulation (oral presentation)
- 2015 : Workshop imageIN (GEOPS), multiscale approache to describe roughness (oral presentation)
- 2015 : Univerité de Lille, seminar on multifractal topography (oral presentation)

Teaching at IUT of ORSAY

- 2015-2016 : Optique (1st year), Acoustic (2nd year), Electromagnetism (1st year)
- 2016-2017 : Optique (1st year), Acoustic (2nd year and Licence Pro), Electronics (1st year)

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