Many PhD students have participated in the progress of UnivEarthS by working within the Labex research teams.
You will find here the list of these students, as well as their thesis for those who have already defended their PhD.
Some PhD have been funded mainly by Labex UnivEarthS. Find here the thesis topics and the manuscripts of the students who were able to support their PhD in this context.
PHD passed :
- Henri Inchauspé – PhD defended on November 25, 2015
LISA Pathfinder: Development of a dynamic simulator for the space mission Elisa
- Laura Fernandez Cascales – PhD defended on September 27, 2017
Laura Fernandez-Cascales PHD : Contribution of the mechanisms of dune growth to the resolution of planetary climates
- Theodoros Avgitas – PhD defended on December 15, 2017
Optical Module studies for underwater neutrino telescopes
- Valerie Domcke
- Lucille Fayon
Seismologic space instrumentation: transfer function of the 6 axes InSight seismometer and development of a picometric interferometric displacement sensor
PHD in progress :
- Hyodo Ryuki
- Mélanie Thiriet
Build thermal models for the Martian crust and mantle to be used to predict both heat flow and seismological data
Even if not funded mainly by UnivEarthS, a lot of PhD students have worked within us as membre of our work package :