Evelise Bourlon, PhD
Currently, Evelise is working on large-scale emission measurement problems in the energy sector using various remote sensing techniques (i.e. truck, airborne, or satellite devices) on a wide range of scales. She has deep expertise in large and multidimensional database management, data visualization, information extraction and programming, and her past experience encompasses various aspects of solid-earth geophysics, paleoclimate, and greenhouse gases in the surface environment. Her main lab projects have involved satellite detection of methane (direct and proxy), and refinement of our atmospheric transport data products using AERMOD and other models. She completed her undergrad in Structure and Matter Sciences, Physics and Marine Geosciences in France, and PhD in Solid-Earth Geophysics in Montreal at UQAM.