Curriculum Vitae

 French,  married, 2 children

POSITION

  • 2014, Professor, Univsersité lyon 1
  • 2007-2014, Assistant Professor, Univsersité lyon 1
  • 2007 Post-doctorat IDES Université Paris 11, Orsay,  France
  • 2006 Post-doctorat Center of Earth and Planetary sciences (CEPS) Wahsington D.C., USA
  • 2002-2005 PhD Laboratoire des Sciences de la Terre, Université lyon1

EDUCATION

  • 2012 Habilitation in research direction
  • 2002-2005 Ph.D. in Planetary Sciences, Université Lyon1 Advisor : P. Allemand
  • 2000-2002 Master in Geosciences, (Magna Cum Laude), Université Lyon1, Lyon, France

RESEARCH INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES

  • Geological analysis of planetary surface based on multiple remote sensing data (Images, Elevation….)
  • Geological history of Mars
  • Mineralogical composition of Martian surface: analysis of hyperspectral data.
  • Planetary age estimates from crater density

 TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2007-Present, 192 hours per year on the flowing topics:

  • Remote sensing
  • Geographic Information Systems G.I.S. (for geologists and biologists)
  • Planetary sciences

 Scientific Advising

  • Post-Doctorants
    • Damien Loizeau (2013-2017) 100% Martian alteration and Habitability
    • Anouck Ody (2014-2015) 100% Martian Crust composition
    • Jennifer Fernando (2015) 100% Martian Mid-latitude processus
    • Pu Pan (2017-2020) 100% Martian crust structure and composition in the framework of d’INSIGHT Mission.
    • Melissa Martinot (2019-2020) 100%
  • Ingénieur
    • Loic Lozac’h (Depuis 2012-2017 ) 100% Web-plateforme of Martian orbital data processing and diffusion proto-type.
  • PhD students
    • Lucia Mandon (2017-), 50%,  Infra-red spectroscopy of martian landing site and Mars analogs
    • Cédric Millot (2017-), 50%, Thermal properties of the surface of Mars
    • Sylvain Breton, (2016-2019) 100% Quantifying surface processes from impact crater statistics.
    • Clément Brustel, (2016-) with University of Amsterdam, 40%, on Martian crust heterogeneities
    • Melissa Martinot, (2015-) with University of Amsterdam,  10%, on lunar crust heterogeneities
    • Benjamin Bultel, (2012-2015) 90% Serpentinization and Carbonatation of the martian crust
    • Bertrand Trey, 90% Age of the Lunar Rayed Craters and their consequences on the recent impact rate (2010-2013)
    • Jessica Flahaut (90%), Mineralogy of Valles Marineris (Mars) by hyperspectral imaging (2008-2011)
    • Emilie Gardin (50%), Martian Dunes fields (2007-2010)

 PUBLIC OUTREACH

  • Print interviews: Scientific Press (Ciel et Espace, la recherche… ), French newspapers (Le monde, Liberation…)
  • Public lectures  :Rêve-t-on de devenir une femme planétologue ? Sexes égaux, Sciences égales,2018; 2020, objectif Mars, Lycée Ampère, 2017; Les rovers Martiens (accueil de classes de CE1), 2017; Explorer le système solaire (Classe de CM2), 2016;  »les paysages Valles Marineris, Mars » (2016) , planétarium de Vaulx en Velin;  »Chronique martiennes » (Musée des confluences, juin 2016)
  •  »Curiosity explore Mars » (Renault Truck, 2015);  »Atterrir et Piloter un rover sur Mars » (portes ouvertes de l’observatoire, 2014);  »Mars une planète habitable ? » (La nuit de l’Equinoxe, Amphithéâtre de Fourviere, 2014); -Quantin C., En direct de Mars, sur les traces de Curiosity, Soirée scientifique de  l’Université Ouverte Lyon1, Centre culturel de Villeurbanne (2013); -Quantin C., Mars vue par les rovers, fête de la science-Observatoire (2012) Quantin C., Les mystères de la planète Mars, Société Astronomique de Lyon, Médiathèque de St Genis Laval, 2005 -Quantin C., A la découverte de Mars, Espace Pierres Folles, Saint Jean des Vignes,  2005

 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  • Proposer of Oxia Planum landing site for ExoMars Mission (2014- )
  • Proposer of Coprates Chasma landing site for Mars2020 mission (2012-)
  • Proposer of Melas Chasma landing site for Mars Science Laboratory rover, next NASA mission (2006-2008)
  • Reviewer: Nature, Nature Geoscience, Science, Geology, Icarus, EPSL, JGR-Planet
  • Reviewer : NASA Mars Data Analysis Program
  • Seminars: IPGP (Paris), Septembre 2016; CALTECH (Pasadena, USA), August 2015; Weizmann Institute (Israel), June 2015; LESIA (Meudon), March 2015 ; IAS (Orsay), January 2015 ; LPGNantes, December 2014; Institut de Planétologie et d’Astrophysique de Grenoble, le 20 juin 2013 ; Observatoire de Lyon, le 14 juin 2013; Laboratoire Dynamiques Terrestres et Planétaires, Toulouse, France, 5 Février 2009 ; Center of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC., USA, 22 Février 2006; Planetary Science Institute, Tucson, USA, 23 Mars 2005;  Laboratoire des Sciences de la Terre, ENS-lyon, France 15 novembre 2004 ; Biogeosciences,  Dijon, France, 13 avril 2004.

GRANTS AND FOUNDING ID

  • PI ANR T-ERC Rock’n Mars 2018-2020  (200 ke)
  • P.I. of ERC starting grant, Project No 280168 – e-Mars, 2011-2016 (1.4 M euros)
  • P.I. of a grant of National Planetology program (INSU-CNRS) 2011 on dating techniques using small impact craters on the Moon (3ke)
  • Co-I grant of National Planetology program National Planetology program (INSU-CNRS) 2011 on the lunar flashs  (21ke)
  •  P.I. of a grant of National Planetology program (INSU-CNRS) 2008, on the geometry of Interior layered deposits in Valles Marineris (5ke)
  •  P.I. of a grant of National Planetology program (INSU-CNRS) 2009 on the mineralogy of Interior layered deposits in Valles Marineris (5ke)
  •  P.I. of a grant of National Planetology program (INSU-CNRS) 2010 on hydrated minerals in Valles Marineris Area (5ke)
  •  Marie curie fellow 2006-2007 (150 ke)
  • Co-I : International Space Science Institute (ISSI) granted international  team, 2010-2011, ID205, Utilizing the smallest Martian Craters to analyze Surface Ages and Geological Evolution
  • Co-I : International Space Science Institute (ISSI) granted international  team, 2009-2010, ID186, Martian Interior Layered Deposits
  •   Co-I : International Space Science Institute (ISSI) granted international  team, 2007-2008, ID130, Study Formation of Secondary Ejecta Craters and their Effects on Measurements of Planetary Chronology
  • Sponsored student of the sixth international conference on Mars (2003), Pasadena, USA (1 ke)