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10 January 2012: Farewell to the Americas, Thomas and Philippe !
Our two long lasting collaborators, Thomas Fiolleau and Philippe Chambon who both achieved their PHDs in the MT French group are now heading for postdoctoral experiences. Thomas has recently joined the CEMADEN, in Brazil where he works on the fusion of multisource observations of convective systems in a operational forecasting environment. There he is working with Drs Carlos Frederico Angelis and Luis Augusto Machado. Philippe is about to join the NASA Goddard to investigate the assimilation techniques developped in the GPM framework. He will work there with Drs Arthur Hou and Sarah Zhang.

Thomas's contribution to the MT mission corresponds to the MCS tracking and compositing products  and Philippe developped and implemented the TAPEER-BRAIN product, our 1degre/1day surface accumulated rainfall (and errors estimates) product.

We all wish you a fantastic experience in your respective new and exciting work enviroment !
6 January 2012: Presentation of MT to french students
Dr Rémy Roca gave a (long) presentation on the MT mission to a vast audience of french under and graduate students for the Paris Graduate School of Enviromental Sciences. The presentation took place at the Esclangon amphitheater in UPMC Jussieu Campus and followed the invitation of Hervé Le treut and Laurence Picon who are leading the school. It was a unique opportuniy to share with the upcoming generation of young scientists, the intense last 10 years of work that the french team has under taken. It was also a good way to showcase the broad spectrum of activity that such a mission is dealing with, from climate change interrogations to airborne microphysical measurements and heavy processing  computers sciences. Finally it was a nice way to start 2012, and to wish to all a fruitful year of scientific investigations with the MT Data that we all eargerly await and expect very soon.
Last Updated ( Friday, 13 January 2012 )
5 January 2012: Megha-Tropiques on Radio France International (RFI)
Nicolas Viltard, member of the Megha-Tropiques french science team, will discuss about the water cycle on RFI (Radio France International). More informations are available here (in french) .
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 January 2012 )
December 2011: ScaRaB images
See the CNES web site for example of Level1 ScaRab images after geometry corrections
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 January 2012 )
2 december 2011: CNES-JAXA workshop, Tokyo
 For more informations, see (in french):
Atelier Franco-Japonais sur l'observation de la terre à Tokyo
origine: BE Japon numéro 597 (12/12/2011) - Ambassade de France au Japon / ADIT
Last Updated ( Thursday, 01 March 2012 )
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