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Frédéric Schmidt

Doc. Frédéric Schmidt
Associate Professor (Habilitation)
Earth Science Departement
UMR CNRS-UPS 8148 (GEOPS)
Science Faculty Orsay (bât. 509)
University Paris-Sud
F-91405 Orsay Cedex (France)
Tel : (+33) 1 69 15 61 52
E-mail : frederic [.] schmidt [@] u-psud [.] fr

En français


Research area

My research are focused on planetary geology and especially volatiles exchanges between surface and atmosphere on Mars using geomorphology, photometry and spectroscopy approach. I am also interested by advanced signal treatment methods and statistics of geological field.

Geysers and spiders on Mars

CO2 cycle on Mars

Hyperspectral image classification toolkit


Scientific communication

Almost complete list of internationals publications and communications


Teaching

Responsible for the Licence 2nd year unit Geos 233 Photo-interpretation

Responsible for the Licence 3rd Modelization for Geosciences

Responsible for the Master 1st year unit Geos 411 Surface remote sensing

Responsable for the Master 2nd year unit Geos 559 Geological cartography

Responsible for the Master 2nd year unit Geos 577 / UE 7 Physiography of the Planets


Scientific and administratives responsabilities

In charge of the Master STU Planetary Science at University Paris-Sud

Elected member from the Earth Science Department Council of University Paris-Sud

Elected member CCSU Council of University Paris-Sud

Co-Investigator of OMEGA instrument (Mars Express/ESA)

Co-Investigator of PFS instrument (Mars Express/ESA)

Guest Investigator of ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (ESA)


Planetary Science courses online

Master 2nd year (in french)


Links to other interesting planetary Sciences courses online

Planet Terre : Geology (in french)

Shane Byrne : Planetary Scince

Solar System School of Braunschweig and Göttingen


Internship

The list of students that I had the chance to supervised is available in this link.





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