Florent BESSON

Marine Optics, Remote Sensing and Biogeochemical Applications




Areas of interest within OAO

NoctiluCam: development of an intelligent camera system for jelly-fish (Pelagia Noctiluca) detection, and integration on gliders and profiling floats

VASQUE: Autonomous vehicle for Water Quality Control (Sea Explorer)Integration of Nitrate spectrometers on gliders



ST-Microelectronics :
Internship (December 2008- August 2009) “Design and integration of gradient index lenses on micro camera devices”

Institute of Photonics (Glasgow)

Internship (May 2007- August 2008)

Experimentation on laser diodes (VECSELS)



Graduated Engineer in Physics-Optics
SupOptique – 2009
Institut d’Optique Graduate School, Orsay, France

MSc in Optics, Image & Vision 2009
University Jean-Monnet, Saint-Etienne, France

Dissertation topic: Optical Coherent Tomography and polarimetric imagery of human cornea


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