I have held a maĂ®tre de conférences (Associate Professor) position at UniversitĂ© de Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines (UVSQ) and at Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations Spatiales (LATMOS) since September 2008.

My research domain deals with atmospheric science in telluric atmospheres. Among solar system objects, I have mostly worked on the Venus' atmosphere in order to constrain its chemistry, dynamics and volcanic activity. To do so, I mainly used spectroscopic remote-sensing (UV, IR) from both ground-based facilities and Venus Express (2006-2014) ESA orbiter, and have been involved in related instrumental development for future missions towards Venus. I also have some experience in atmospheric modeling, having used the LMD-IPSL general circulation model of both early Mars and present day Venus, as well as developed a 1D radiative-convective model for hot and dense H2O-CO2 atmospheres around young magma ocean planets.

Aside from research, I teach general physics, statistical physics, thermodynamics, radiative transfer and planetary atmospheric science for undergraduate and graduate students.

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emmanuel.marcq @ latmos.ipsl.fr
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Twitter: @MarcqPlanets

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