Engineering team

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Engineering Team

Patrick Brockmann
Patrick Brockmann is a scientific software engineer who has worked at LSCE (Laboratory of Sciences of the Climate and Environment) since 1998. He has master degrees in both computer science and remote sensing. He has worked extensively on model intercomparison projects and on earth system model infrastructure in climate modelling research. His research interests include data visualization, geo-spatial web applications, geo-services architectures and data processing in high performance computing environments. He coordinates the project and the technical architecture of the Research applications developped for the Global Carbon Atlas.

Vanessa Maigné
Vanessa Maigné is a development engineer who has worked at LSCE (Laboratory of Sciences of the Climate and Environment) since 2013 after 5 years at the IPSL (Pierre Simon Laplace Institute). She has a master degrees in computer science and physics and is an expert in Java/J2EE development and front-end new technologies. She is a developer for Research applications of the Global Carbon Atlas.

Pascal Evano
Pascal Evano is an assistant researcher at LSCE (Laboratory of Sciences of the Climate and Environment) since 2012. He has a degree in Geography, and a master in Remote Sensing and GIS. He belongs to the european project GeoViqua which intends to add rigorous data quality representations to visualisation tools of Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS). He is a developer for Research applications of the Global Carbon Atlas.

Acknowledgements

 

 

Special thanks to Dr Jon Blower, Technical Director of Reading e-Science Centre and Dr Guy Griffiths for their work on ncWMS and their precious pieces of advice.
Thanks to Michel Pierre-Jacques from Kogitae  for administration and optimisation of  the dedicated server of production.

Thanks to Franck Corsini and Philippe Weill (ISIS, Informatique fédérative IPSL - Services et Infrastructures) for the server development facility.