Theoretical molecular spectroscopy
My research focuses on the study of the interaction of radiation with molecules for Earth and planetary atmospheres. Theoretical and experimental studies of spectral parameters (widths and shift, and their temperature dependence).
Ph.D. in Science (Physics), 2016, University of Namur, Namur - Belgium
Thesis: Study by diode-laser spectroscopy of collisional parameters of methane infrared absorption lines at low and high temperatures
Master's Degree in Science Physics, 2011, University of Namur, Namur - Belgium
Master dissertation: Collisional shift of lines of methane perturbed by nitrogen
Advisor and jury member Master Thesis (2015), University of Namur, Namur - Belgium
Vispoel, B., Dhyne, M., Populaire, J.-C., Blanquet, G., Lepère, M. (2014) "N2-shift coefficients in the V3 band of 12CH4 at room temperature", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 298, pp. 7-10