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Cedric GILLMANN

Postdoc at ROB, Belgium

Royal Observatory of Belgium
Ringlaan 3
1180 Brussels

phone :+32 23730625

E-mails:
c.gillmann@free.fr
cedric.gillmann@observatoire.be

Born: 16 Mai 1982
Nationality: French
Married

 

2013

Postdoctoral position at the Royal Observatory of Belgium, Brussels

2012

Qualified at the competitive examination for Assistant professor positions in France.
(“qualification aux responsabilités de maître de conférences”)
2010/2012 Postdoctoral Fellow at ETHZ, Institüt für Geophysik, Department of Earth Sciences.
2009/2010 ATER (temporary postdoctoral teaching/research position) at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)
2005/2009 Phd at Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris « Long Term Habitability of Terrestrial Planets ». Space Geophysics and Planetology Team (GSP)
2004/2005 ENS (Ecole Normale Supérieure) Paris third year of the « Magistère des Sciences de la Terre »  Master II Paris 6
2003/2004 ENS Paris second year of the « Magistère des Sciences de la Terre » Maitrise Paris 7 (Master I)
2002/2003 ENS Paris first year of the « Magistère des Sciences de la Terre » Licence (Earth Science degree B.S.c) Paris 7
2001/2002 Maths Spé PC* (class which prepares students for the entry exams to the Grandes Ecoles) Cours Ourania (Paris 15th)
  Accepted in the « Ecole Normale Supérieure de Géologie de Nancy »
2000/2001 Maths Spé PC* Cours Ourania (Paris 15th)
  Eligible for the « Concours Polytechniques » (rank 1888)
1999/2000 Maths Sup PC Cours Ourania (Paris 15th)
1998/1999 Bac S Mention AB Ensemble Scolaire Saint-Sigisbert NANCY
1999 (Juin) First Certificate in English Grade B University of Cambridge

 

March-June 2008 Numerical modelling of the formation of the Tharsis volcanic province and its consequences on the volatile inventory of the Martian atmosphere. University of Utrecht (A. Van den Berg)
From March/June 2005 Long term habitability of terrestrial planets: atmosphere/planetary interior coupling
Planetology Laboratory in Saint Maur. (Philippe Lognonné)                                               
March-July 2004 Numerical analysis of Titan’s magnetic field
Planetology Laboratory Munster University (Germany).
June/July 2003 Numerical analysis of Adakit formation in slab break-off conditions
Planetology and geodynamics Laboratory, Nantes University
19 to 30 July 1999 European archaeological centre at the Mont Beuvray (Bibracte)      
06 to 17 July 1998 Initiation and advanced training in Archaeology.
14 to 18 April 1997 - Theoretical training: from prospecting to reconstruction
- Experimental archaeology
- Recording of archaeological sites.
18 to 24 April 1992 Initiation and training centre for space life
European Space Camp in Cannes - Mandelieu

 

 

Planet TOPERS member 2012-2013

 

ETH fellow 2010-2012

 

PNP Grant 2006-2008 (French National planetology program)

 

Member of the science board of Mars Society Switzerland

 

Member of “association Planète Mars”

 

Member of the Mars Society (US)

 

Reviewer for EPSL and Icarus

 

 

 

Good knowledge of Fortran

 

Notions in C++, Gibiane, MPI

 

Graphics software: Paintshop Pro, Photoshop, Powerpoint

 

Matlab, IDL, Paraview, Sepran

 

Good knowledge of office computing (Internet, Word, Excel…)

 

Experience with different operating systems, Windows, Linux, Mac OS

 

Experience with multi core super computers (Brutus, Switzerland)

 

 
  • English: fluent
 
  • German: High school level
 
  • Modern Greek: notions
 
  • Ancient Greek and Latin : High school level

 

 

 

Scuba diving (International certificate level  2)

 

Spelunking

 

Kendo

 

First-aid certificate

 

Literature

 

Archeology

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  • C. Gillmann, E. Chassefière and P. Lognonné. A consistent picture of early hydrodynamic escape of Venus atmosphere explaining present Ne and Ar isotopic ratios and low oxygen atmospheric content.. Earth and Plant. Sci. Lett. 2009.
  • C.Gillmann, P.Lognonné and E.Chassefière, The Present-Day Atmosphere of Mars: Where Does it Come From?, Earth and Plant. Sci. Lett. (2009), volume 277, 384-393.
  • P. van Thienen, K.Benzerara, D. Breuer, C.Gillmann, S.Labrosse, P. Lognonné and T. Spohn, 2007. Water, Life and Planetary Geodynamical Evolution. Space Sci. Rev. 129, 167-203. In Geology and Habitability of Terrestrial Planets, K.E. Fishbaugh, P. Lognonné, F. Raulin, D.J. Des Marais and O. Korablev (Eds), Space Sciences Series of ISSI.
  • C.Gillmann, 2009. Habitabilité à long terme des planets telluriques (Thèse). Directed by Philippe Lognonné and Eric Chassefière.
  • C. Gillmann, P. Lognonné and M. Moreira, Volatiles in the atmosphere of Mars: the effects of volcanism and escape constrained by isotopic data.EPSL.
  • Leblanc F., E., Chassefière, C. Gillmann and D. Breuer, 2012. Mars’ atmospheric 40Ar: A tracer for past crustal erosion. Icarus, Volume 218, Issue 1, March 2012, Pages 561–570
  •  C. Gillmann and P. Tackley (2013 submitted at JGR Planets), Atmosphere/mantle coupling and feedbacks on Venus. (Journal impact factor 3.174 in 2012).

  •  C. Gillmann and G. Golabek (in preparation)

          Other publications:

  • C.Gillmann, 2012. Evolution of the Martian Atmosphere: a Short Review. In « Mars Transaction » (Mars Society Italy publication)

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International Meetings

2013 AGU Fall Meeting USA San Fransisco Pending Late Coupled Evolution of Venus’ Atmosphere and the Effects of Meteoritic Impacts.
2013 Venus Workshop Italy
Catania
Talk Long term evolution of Venus through Mantle/atmosphere coupling.
2013 Alliance Meeting Germany
Berlin
Talk Atmosphere/mantle coupling on Venus and long term planetary evolution.
2013 EGU Autria
Vienna
Talk Atmosphere/mantle coupling on Venus and long term planetary evolution.
2012 AGU Fall Meeting USA San Fransisco Talk Venus as illustration of the importance of atmospheric evolution when modeling terrestrial planets and their surface conditions.
2012 EGU Autria
Vienna
Poster Mantle dynamics and the atmospheres of Mars and Venus: implications for surface conditions and interactions
2011 AGU Fall Meeting USA San Fransisco Talk Geodynamic evolution and the history of the atmospheres of Mars and Venus
2011 EPSC-DPS France Nantes Talk The effects of mantle dynamics and atmospheric escape on the atmosphere of terrestrial planets
2011 EMC11 Suisse Neuchatel Talk invited The long term effects of volcanism and atmospheric escape on the evolution of Mars surface conditions
2011 12th International Workshop on Modeling of Mantle Convection and Lithospheric Dynamics Allemagne Berlin Poster The effects of mantle dynamics and atmospheric escape on the atmosphere of terrestrial planets.
2011 EGU Autriche Vienne Talk The effects of degassing on the long term evolution of the Martian atmosphere.
2010 Swiss Geoscience Meeting Suisse Fribourg Talk Volatiles in the atmosphere of Mars: the effects of volcanism and escape.
2010 EPSC Italie Rome Talk invited Water on Venus: Implications of the Early Hydrodynamic Escape.
2010 AGU Fall Meeting USA San Fransisco Talk Long Term Evolution of volatiles in the Martian Atmosphere Constrained by Isotopic Ratios: Degassing and Atmospheric Escape
2010 International Venus Conference France Aussois Talk invited The early evolution of Venus controlled by hydrodynamic escape
2010 Goldschmidt conference USA Knoxville Talk Atmospheric Evolution of Terrestrial Planets Constrained by Isotopic Data: The Effects of Degassing on Mars
2009 AGU Fall Meeting USA San Fransisco Talk The history of water on Venus: a scenario accounting for present Neon and Hydrogen isotopic ratios.
2009 ESLAB (ESA) Hollande Noordwijk Talk Aspects of the Evolutions of Mars and Venus
2008 AGU Fall Meeting USA San Fransisco Talk Volcanism and Young Atmosphere
2008 Europlanet Allemagne Münster Talk Late evolution of the Martian atmosphere
2007 AGU Fall Meeting USA San Fransisco Poster The Evolution of the Past Atmosphere of Mars
2007 ESA Mars Express/ ExoMars conference Hollande Noordwijk Poster The Impact of Degassing on the Evolution of the Atmosphere of Mars
2006 AGU Fall Meeting USA San Fransisco Poster Evolution of the atmospheres of terrestrial planets: Focus on Mars and Venus.

National meetings and local conferences:

2013 ETHZ Conference

ETHZ
Zürich

Switzerland
Talk (invited) Why are Earth and Venus so different?
2012 Planet TOPERS

ROB
Brussels

Belgium
Talk (invited) Long term evolution of surface conditions governed by volatile fluxes
2012 University of Lafayette USA
Louisiana
Talk invited Evolution of surface conditions and habitability on solar system planets
2010 ETHZ Conference ETHZ Zurich Suisse Talk invited Overview of the habitability and evolution of the surface conditions of terrestrial planets in the solar system
2009 Soutenance de thèse IPGP Paris Talk Habitabilité à long terme des planètes telluriques
2008 Congrès des doctorants IPGP Paris Poster  
2007 Congrès des doctorants IPGP Paris Talk  
2006 PNP (Programme National de Planétologie) Nancy Poster Atmospheric evolution of terrestrial planets and History of water abundance on Mars.
2006 SF2A Paris Poster Long term Habitability of terrestrial planets
2006 Paris VI Paris Talk Inner Dynamics/Atmosphere coupling for terrestrial planets.
2004 DLR (institut de recherche spatiale allemand) Berlin Allemagne Talk Titan’s Mantle convection and magnetic field generation

Workshops:

2005 Workshop ISSI   ayant donné lieu à une publication Suisse Berne auditeur Geology and Habitability of Terrestrial Planets

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(at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris and ETHZ)

2011-2012 Introduction to gravimetry field work  ETH
2011-2012 Physics and chemistry of planetary atmospheres
2010-2011 Physics and chemistry of planetary atmospheres
2010-2011 Introduction to Gravimetry Field work
2009-2010 General Planetology (Master 1)
2008-2009 Introduction to Geosciences (Licence 1/First year)
2008-2009 Applied Mathematics/Numerical methods (Licence 3/third year)
2008-2009 Hydrodynamics (Licence 2/second year)

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