I am working as a physicist scientist at the Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique. I had my PhD in atmospheric pollution modeling from the Ecole Polytechnique in October 2009. My research interests include:
City-scale air quality modeling, subgrid scale parametrizations, spatial heterogeneity of emissions, urban meteorology
Air-quality and climate change interactions, air quality under changing conditions, adaptation to climate change
Human exposure modeling, indoor/outdoor air pollution transfer, population dynamics, hierarchical modeling, bayesian inference
Health impact assessment, exposure-response functions, time-series analysis
Menut, L., Bessagnet, B., Khvorostyanov, D., Beekmann, M., Blond, N., Colette, A., Coll, I., Curci, G., Foret, G., Hodzic, A., Mailler, S., Meleux, F., Monge, J.L., Pison, I., Siour, G., Turquety, S., Valari, M., Vautard, R. and M.G. Vivanco (2013), CHIMERE 2013: a model for regional atmospheric composition modelling, Geoscientific Model Development, 6, 981-1028, doi:10.5194/gmd-6-981-2013.
Assessment of Changing Conditions, Environmental Policies, Time-activities, Exposure and Disease (ACCEPTED)
The research project started in December 2012 and is planned to be finished in 2015. ACCEPTED involves 11 different partners and is funded by the European ERA-ENVHEALTH network. Description:ACCEPTED is a research program that aims to improve our understanding of future exposure situations in cities and their impact on health, from an interdisciplinary approach. This will be achieved by using various state-of-the-art atmospheric models and measurements describing effects on exposure together with epidemiological studies and reviews.
Air Quality and Climate Change Health Impact Assessment(ACHIA) The project started in December 2011 and is planned to be finished in December 2013. It involves 9 different partners and is funded by GIS-Climat. Description: The overall objective of this project is to apply state of the art climate, air quality, and health impact modeling tools to assess future health impacts of air pollution under different IPCCs scenario of climate change, focusing specifically on the evolution over time of ozone- and PM2.5-related health co-benefits which could be achieved under alternative climate mitigation pathways.
Title: Atmospheric pollution modeling and health impact