Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Emmanuel Claude Devred PhD

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Nationality: French, Canadian
Marital Status: Married
Languages: French, English and some German

EDUCATION

Ph.D. 2001 Physics, specializing in remote sensing of oceans, radiative transfer modelling at University du Littoral Côte d'Opale, France
Masters 1995 Applied Physics, specializing in ocean and atmosphere at University of Toulon, France

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2011 – Present Research Associate, Department of Biology, Joint International Laboratory, Takuvik, Québec, Québec, Canada
2010 - 2011 Research Scientist, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Canada
2006 - 2010 Research Associate, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Dartmouth, Canada
2001 - 2006 Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
2001 - 2001 Scientist, Maison de la Recherche en Environnement Naturel, University of Littoral Côte d'Opale, Wimereux, France

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2010 Invited Lecturer for the Ocean Optics short courses about remote sensing of phytoplankton functional groups
2009 Supervision of A. Gabellini during her second year engineer school work term (two months). The project dealt with the remote sensing of an ecosystem on the Scotian Shelf, Northwest Atlantic Ocean. Supervision of M. Laugac (undergraduate) during a three months training period on remote sensing of diatoms.
2008 Supervision of H. Augereau during her second year engineer school work term (two months). The project dealt with remote sensing of diatoms.
2003-2007 Co-supervision of Ph.D. Students (M.H. Forget and A. Nair), Supervision of graduate student (S. Wu)
2007 Coordinator of training school in ocean colour remote sensing at Memorial University in Newfoundland. Lectures: 'Introduction to Marine Optics 1 and 2' and 'Ecosystem Identification', and leading practical sessions on satellite data processing during the International Ocean Colour Coordinating Group training course (graduate students)
2005 Lecture: 'Phytoplankton bloom recognition' and leading practical sessions on satellite data processing during the International Ocean Colour Coordinating Group training course (graduate students), Italy
2004 Supervision of N. Duval during his second year engineer school work term (3 months)
2000 University du Littoral Côte d'Opale: Lectures and leading practical sessions in physics for undergraduate students in electricity, electromagnetism, optics and mechanics

OTHER PROFESSIONNAL ACTIVITIES

Manuscript Reviewer: Deep Sea Research I, Applied Optics, Limnology and Oceanography, Remote Sensing of Environment, Optic Express, Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, Biogeochemical Cycles, Journal of marine Systems, Geophysical Research Letter, Journal of Plankton Research, Physics in Canada

Participation in scientific sea expeditions in France and Canada (September 1998-November 2003), including collection of radiative measurements, water samples and CTD profiles and on-board processing (e.g., filtrations) and analysis (e.g., measurement of absorption properties of marine components)

Proposal writing for the Canadian Space Agency (GRIP program, Grants and Contribution Program). French space agency (TOSCA Program) and French Agence National pour la Recherche

Proposal reviewer: National Science Foundation (NFS) Antarctic Program 2007; and NFS in situ detection of grazing zooplankton 2004

INTERESTES AND OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

Certified Emergency Adult and Child Care and Level D CPR by Saint John's Ambulance

Mandatory service in the French Air Force, November 1996 to August 1997, aspirant lieutenant at Military Instruction Center of Cambrai Air Force Military Base (France)

Certified Paddle Canada flat-water kayaking guide and instructor

Member of Nova Scotia Windsurfing Association and Triathlon Nova Scotia