Dr Benoit Crouzy PhD BSc

Institute of Environmental Engineering, 

Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Dr. Benoît Crouzy studied physics at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, (EPFL) and obtained a PhD in theoretical physics in 2009. He then worked five years as a modeler for the institute of environmental engineering at EPFL. His research interests include time series analysis, stochastic modeling and machine learning techniques. He is the author of 20 peer-reviewed publications in theoretical physics and mathematics applied to environmental sciences. He is currently responsible at MeteoSwiss for testing, developing and implementing automatic measurements in biometeorological networks. In addition he keeps a lecturing activity at EPFL on environmental transport phenomena. Accordingly, he will help transposing the methods developed at MeteoSwiss to Australia in order to monitor in real time the grass pollen season.

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