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Stephanie is a physical oceanographer, with expertise in nearshore hydrodynamics. She studied physics as part of a Master diploma, and complemented her skills studying remote sensing and numerical imagery techniques.
She spent several years working as an engineer (at LOCEAN and IFREMER), contributing to SMOS (Sea surface salinity satellite measurements) and Coriolis (in-situ data for operational oceangraphy) projects.
She then became a data manager at the British Oceanographic Data Centre, where she was responsible for the real-time management of Argo data for the UK.
She joined CSIRO in 2009 and since has been interested in nearshore processes and started a PhD in 2018 on long waves generation mechanisms.

Academic Qualifications

  • 2000

    MSc remote sensing and numerical imagery
    Universite Paul-Sabatier Toulouse

  • 1999

    MSc Physics
    Universite Rennes II

Professional Experiences

  • 2005-2009

    Marine data scientist
    BODC, Liverpool, UK

  • 2004-2005

    Research assistant

  • 2000-2003

    Research Assistant

  • 2000-2000

    Institut Maurice Lamontagne, Mont-Joli, Canada