Miss Camille Visinand
Profiles

Miss Camille Visinand

Teaching and Support Assistant

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Role

PhD Student in Environmental Science

Qualifications

Education 


From October 2017 onwards: PhD in Environmental Science, Plymouth University

2015-2017: Master's Degree in Marine Environmental Chemistry, European Marine Institute, France

2012-2015: Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry, University of Pau, France

Internships

January-June 2017: Climate and oceanographic change in the Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean during the Holocene, University of Otago, New Zealand

January-February 2016: Organic geochemical analyses of suspended particulate organic matter, particles entrained in sea-ice and sediments in the Arctic Ocean; Investigations toward the occurrence of GDGTs in sea-ice influenced systems and its implications for the TEX86 proxy, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany

Professional membership

Association of Polar Early Career Scientists

Grants & contracts

2017: Travel Grant, LabexMER (1900€)

2016: Travel Grant, LabexMER (600€)