Clément Fleury

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Clément Fleury
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PhD university Colorado School of Mines

Biography 2012

Clément Fleury joined the Center for Wave Phenomena at the Colorado School of Mines as a visiting scholar in Spring 2009. He completed his Master of Science research project in collaboration with Professor Roel Snieder, while working towards both his "Ecole d'Ingenieur" degree from ESPCI (Ecole Superieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielles) and his Master of Science degree in Physical Acoustics from the University Paris Diderot, in France.

Following the successful defense of his thesis in France, Clément returned to CWP in Fall 2009 as a Ph.D. Candidate under Professor Roel Snieder. After completing his first year, he went to the University of Edinburgh during the summer of 2010 for collaborative research. After this fruitful experience, Clément came back to Golden, completed his thesis proposal, and actively worked on advancing his Ph.D. research. During the summer of 2011, he interned at Schlumberger Cambridge Research in England.

Back to CWP in Fall 2011, Clément has been focusing his efforts towards the completion of his Ph.D. thesis, while maintaining close collaborations with some industry and academic partners. (Clément graduated in Fall 2012.)

His hobbies include various sports (volleyball, handball, rugby and skiing, to name a few), live music (including jazz and blues music), traveling, and good food of course!

Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 2012

Clément Fleury and Ivan Vasconcelos share a 2012 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper Imaging condition for nonlinear scattering-based imaging: Estimate of power loss in scattering.

Link

Fleury, C. and Vasconcelos, I. (2012). ”Imaging condition for nonlinear scattering-based imaging: Estimate of power loss in scattering.” GEOPHYSICS, 77(1), S1–S18. doi: 10.1190/geo2011-0135.1 [1]