Titan & Rhea

Benoît Seignovert

PhD Student in Astrophysics

About Me

I’m currently a PhD student in the Molecular and Atmospheric Spectrometry Group (GSMA) at the University of Reims (FR) working with the ISS images of Titan taken by Cassini. I mainly develop radiative transfer models to analyse on Titan’s upper atmosphere and espacially the detached haze layers observed at high altitude.

I also work with the VIMS and RADAR instruments on geo-signature of the lakes, evaropites, dunes and yardangs observed on Titan’s surface. In the past I also spent quite some time in the lab to make analysis on carbon condrites and iron meteorites.

My Work

Rannou et al. (2017) - PSS, Transparency of 2 µm window of Titan's atmosphere. doi:10.1016/j.pss.2017.11.015Seignovert et al. (2017) - Icarus, Aerosols optical properties in Titan’s Detached Haze Layer before the equinox. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2017.03.026Paillou et al. (2016) - Icarus, Radar scattering of linear dunes and mega-yardangs: Application to Titan. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2015.07.038
ORCID: 0000-0001-6533-275X
ArXiv: seignovert_b_1
ADS: Seignovert B.
Scopus: 56780240300
Research-ID: N-9805-2016
Google Scholar: m9FzMxMAAAAJ

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