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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2014-present.   Research Professor, CNRS, France

2014-2016.        Honorary Professor (Oceanography), Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

2009-2013.        Professorial Fellow, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

2008-2014.        Senior Research Scientist, South Australian Research and Development Institute, West Beach, Australia

2008-2009.        Senior Lecturer, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

2004-2008.        Senior Research Scientist, CNRS, France

2001-2004.        Research Scientist, CNRS, France

1999-2000.        JSPS Research Fellow, Tokyo University of Fisheries (now The Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology), Japan

1996-1999.        Lecturer in Biostatistics, University of Lille I, France

1995-1996.        Research Assistant, University of Lille I, France

  

EDUCATION

2005.    DSc. (Biological Oceanography), University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille, France

1999.    Ph.D. (Biological Oceanography), University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille, France (obtained with honours)

1995.    Master in Science (Biological Oceanography, Modelling & Data Analysis), University P. & M. Curie, Paris, France (obtained with honours)

1992.    Batchelor of Science (Biology of Organisms and Populations), University of Sciences and Technologies de Lille, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France (obtained with honours)

 

KEY RESPONSABILITIES

2013-present.        Leader of the northern node of the SOMLIT network (National Observation network of coastal waters), France

2013-present.        Leader of the Observation scheme of the Laboratory of Oceanography and Geosciences, France

2010-2011.            Deputyleader (strategic) of the Southern Australia Node of the Integrated Marine Observing

2008-2010.            Leader of the Southern Australia Node of the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS); IMOS is a National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) project.

2008-2010.            Research Mentor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Flinders University, Australia.

2008-2009.            Leader of the Ecosystems Services Node of Marine Innovation South Australia (MISA).

2008-2009.            Member of MISA Working Group.

2008-2009.            Member of IMOS Steering Committee.

2008-2011.            Leader of the SARDI Biological Oceanography sub-program.

2008-2009.            Leader of the Ecosystems Services Node of Marine Innovation South Australia (MISA).

2007-2009.            Coordinator of the School Seminars, School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University, Australia.

 

HONOURS AND AWARDS

2015.     Research Excellence Award, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France

2014.    Research Excellence Award, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France

2013.    Research Excellence Award, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France

2013.    Research Quality Award, University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille, France

2010.    Visiting Scholar, Center for Polymer Studies, Boston University (2010-2013)

2009.    Visiting Scholar, Center for Polymer Studies, Boston University (2009)

2009.    Australian Professorial Fellowship, Australian Research Council, Australia

2008.    Research Mentor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Flinders University, Australia

2007.    CNRS Bronze Medal, Young Scientist Career Achievement Award, France

2007.    Adjunct Associate Professor, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

2006.    Research Quality Award, University of Littoral Côte d’Opale, France

2004.    Senior Adjunct Lecturer, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

2004.    Research Quality Award, University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille, France

2003.    Research Quality Award, University des Sciences and Technologies of Lille, France

2003.    Adjunct Lecturer, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

2002.    Research Quality Award, University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille, France

2002.    Visiting Research Fellow, November 2002-March 2003 (Faculty of Science and Engineering, School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University, Australia)

2001.    Young Scientist Researcher Award, French Ministry of Research

2001.    Research Quality Award, University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille, France

2000.    Monbusho Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Japan

1999.    Monbusho Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Japan

1999.    Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science Postdoctoral Fellowship (1999-2000)

1997.    French Ministry of Research Doctoral Fellowship, France (1998-1999)

1996.    French Ministry of Research Doctoral Fellowship, France (1996-1998)

1995.    Award of the French Oceanographic Institute for best student oral presentation, France

 

COMPETITIVE GRANTS

2016.   In situ and ex situ simulation of the effects of global warming on the diversity of natural and anthropogenic intertidal rocky substrates along the Nord – Pas de Calais shoreline: towards a local remediation to global change (CI). Biodiversity Research Fund, 150,000€ (2016-2018).

2015.   A flexible underwater distributed robotic system for high-resolution sensing of aquatic ecosystems (with A Martinoli, A Wüest, B Ibelings; PI). Swiss National Science Foundation; 1,500,000€ (2015-2018).

2014.   Role of thermal stress in the behavioural ecology of intertidal gastropods (co-CI with N Spilmont). University of Sciences and Technology, France; 6000€ (2014).

2013.   Seasonal and spatial variability of offshore/slope plankton, and micronekton communities of the Great Australian Bight (with R Kloser, M Doubell, A Richardson, P van Ruth, T Ward and J Young; CI). British Petroleum, Australia; 2,160,000 AUD (2013-2016).

2012.   Colonisation of the English Channel and North Sea coasts by two species of the genus Hemigrapsus: origin, state of the art and interspecific competition (with N. Spilmont, L. Denis and JC Dauvin; CI).  National Program EC2CO (Continental and Coastal Ecosphere), France;33,000 € (2012-2013).

2009.   Beyond Oceanography: behaviour as a tool to uncover ocean complexity (sole CI). Australian Research Council; 1,005,000 AUD (2009-2013).

2009.   Carrying capacity of Spencer Gulf (CI). PIRSA Initiative II; 1,168,000 AUD (2009-2011).

2008.   Development of a biogeochemical modelling facility for South Australian shelf waters (CI). Marine Innovation South Australia, Australia; 335,000 AUD (2008-2011).

2008.   Behavioural ecology and habitat of bottlenose dolphins (CI). Flinders Collaborative Research Grant Scheme; 8,000 AUD (2008-2009).

2008.   Identification of the behavioural ecology of bottlenose dolphins in relation to habitat type, and environmental water properties and assessment of the role of temporal variability (sole CI). Department of Environment and Heritage, Australia; 8,000 AUD (2008-2009).

2007.   Study of dinoflagellates cysts survival and germination in port source water (CI). Flinders Collaborative Research Grant Scheme, Australia; 15,000 AUD.

2007.   Complexity of breathing patterns as a quantitative indicator of stress in coastal dolphins (CI). Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment, Australia; 5,000 AUD.

2007.   Effect of viscosity on the motion behaviour of calanoid copepods (CI). Bonus Qualité Research, University du Littoral-Côte d’Opale, France; 12,000 €.

2006.   Spatial heterogeneity and temporal variability of primary and secondary production of intertidal rocky shores (CI). National Programme EC2CO (Ecosphère Continentale et Côtière), France;20,000 € (2006-2008)

2006.   The Physical and Ecological Structure at the Base of Ocean Food Webs (CI). Australian Research Council, Australia; 185,000 AUD (2006-2008).

2006.   High-resolution three-dimensional mapping and biophysical coupling in the plankton microenvironment (sole CI). Australian Research Council, Australia; 296,000 AUD (2006-2008).

2005.   Heterogeneity and ecosystem function: The role of microphytobenthos and macrofauna in inducing spatial variability in biogeochemical processes and fluxes (PI). Australian Research Council, Australia; 240,000 AUD  (2005-2007).

2004.   Three-dimensional microscale distribution and production of plankton populations (CI). Australian Antarctic Division, Australia; 36,000 AUD (2004-2007).

2003.   Impact of viscosity on the morphology and swimming behaviour of motile bacterioplankton, phytoplankton and protozooplankton (CI). Australian Antarctic Division, Australia; 21,000 AUD  (2003-2006).

2003.   Effects of global changes on aquatic ecosystems (CI). Institut Français pour la Biodiversité, France; 55,000 €  (2003-2005).

2003.   Monitoring the quality of the Seine estuary: Eurytemora affinis as a biological indicator (CI). Progamme National Seine-Aval 2, France; 10,000 €  (2003-2005).

2003.   Modeling of the food web of the Seine estuary: development of synthesis, prediction and inference tools (CI). Progamme National Seine-Aval 2, France; 2,500 €.

2003.   Observation, analysis and modelling of zooplankton behavior: effects of turbulent processes (CI). Programme National d’Environnement Côtier, France; 3,500 €.

2003.   Impact of hydroclimatic fluctuations on zooplankton distribution and behaviour (CI). Bonus Qualité Research, Université des Sciences and Technologies de Lille, France. 30,000 €.

2002.   Effects of microscale turbulence on the dynamics of Phaeocystis (sole CI). Contrat de Plan Etat-Région “Study and observation of the coastal ecosystem of the Eastern English Channel: the Phaeocystis bloom and its effects on the ecosystem. 10,000 €  (2002-2005).

2003.   Three-dimentional in situ observations of microscale plankton distribution (sole CI). Programme National d’Environnement Côtier ‘Phaeocystis’ (Determinism of the Phaeocystis  bloom and its consequences on the ecosystem in the Eastern English Channel and the  Southern Bight of the North Sea);  France; 9,800 €.

2002.   Space-time complexity in costal ecosystems: multiscale analyses (CI). Programme Nation d’Environnement Côtier, France. 10,000 € (2002-2003).

2001.   Space-time heterogeneity and plankton dynamics at micro-scales (sole CI). Action Concertée Incitative Jeunes Chercheurs, Ministère de la Recherche et de l’Enseignement Supérieur, France; 55,000 €  (2001-2003)

2001.   Development of Computational Capabilities of Wimereux Marine Station. Research Quality Award, University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille, France (23,000 €)

1999.   Micro-scale physical/biological couplings and Lagrangian modeling perspectives in highly heterogeneous environments (sole CI). Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan; 300,000 ¥ (1999-2001).

 

RESEARCH CONSULTANCY

2009.    Management of flows to the Southern Ocean to provide diatoms for off-shore cockle community-Summer Conditions; Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board, Australia ($15,000)

2008.    Management of flows to the Southern Ocean to provide diatoms for off-shore cockle community-A Preliminary Approach; Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board, Australia ($12,900)

2007.    Study of dinoflagellates cysts survival and germination in ballast waters ; PIRSA, Australia ($15,000)

2007.    Stygofauna and microbial communities at the Cowirra bore; SA Water, Australia ($4,000)

2006.    Impacts of industrial runoff on the pelagic ecosystem, Tioxide Europe S.A.S, France (€15,000)

2005.    Impacts of industrial runoff on the pelagic ecosystem, Tioxide Europe S.A.S, France (€15,000)

2004.    Impacts of industrial runoff on the pelagic ecosystem, Tioxide Europe S.A.S, France (€15,000)

2003.    Impacts of industrial runoff on the pelagic ecosystem, Tioxide Europe S.A.S, France (€15,000)

2002.    Impacts of industrial runoff on the pelagic ecosystem, Tioxide Europe S.A.S, France (€15,000)

2001.   Impacts of industrial runoff on the pelagic ecosystem, Tioxide Europe S.A.S, France (€15,000)

 

ORGANIZATION OF SPECIAL SESSIONS AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

10.    Seuront L & Chapperon C (2013) Special Session “Behaviourally-mediated impact of anthropogenic forcing and global change: a case from the downside”, Australian Marine Science Association Golden Jubilee Conference, 7-11 July 2013, Jupiters Hotel, Gold Coast, Australia.

9.      Richarsdon AJ, McKinnon D, Swadling K & Seuront L (2009) Special session “Zooplankton connectivity: environmental and trophic linkages”, Marine Connectivity, Australian Marine Science Association International Conference, 5-9 July 2009, Adelaide, Australia.

8.      Middleton J, Seuront L & Mitchell JG (2008) Special Session “Integrating Oceanography and Environmental Monitoring for South Australian waters”, 16 May 2008, South Australian Research and Development Institute, Aquatic Sciences, West Beach, Australia.

7.      Richards K, Clercx H, Seuront L & Berdalet E (2008) Special Session “Coupling biogeochemistry and ecology to fluid dynamics in aquatic ecosystems”, General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, 13-18 April 2008, Vienna, Austria.

6.      Berdalet E, Battin T, Clercx H, Piera J, Richards K & Seuront L (2007) Special Session “Coupling biogeochemistry and ecology to fluid dynamics in aquatic ecosystems”, General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, 15-20 April 2007, Vienna, Austria.

5.      Seuront L & van Duren L (2007) Special Session “Turbulence and the marine ecosystem”, 39th Liège Colloquium “Marine Turbulence Re-Revisited”, 7-11 May 2007, Liège, Belgium.

4.      Berdalet E, Battin T, Clercx H, van Duren L, Friend P, Marrasé C, Piera J, Richards K, Seuront L (2006) Special Session “Coupling biogeochemistry and ecology to fluid dynamics in aquatic ecosystems”, General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, 2-6 April 2006, Vienna, Austria.

3.      Seuront L, Schmitt FG & Souissi S (2004) Special Session “Biophysical couplings in aquatic ecosystems”, 1st General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union. 25-30 April 2004, Nice, France.

2.      Seuront L & Mitchell JG (2004) Special Session “Biological Microscale Patterns and Processes in the Ocean: Towards a Seascape Topology”, American Society for Limnology and Oceanography/The Oceanography Society Ocean Research Conference. 15-20 February 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.

1.      Seuront L & Strutton P (2001) Special Session “Dealing with scales in aquatic ecology: structure and function in aquatic ecosystems”, Annual meeting of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. 12-16 February 2001, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States.


ORGANIZATION OF INTERNATION CONFERENCES

1.      Dittmann S, Seuront L, Vanderklift M, Condie S, Sheaves M, Pandolfi J, Gladstone W & Volkman J (2009) Marine connectivity, Australian Marine Science Association International Conference, 5-9 July 2009, Adelaide, Australia.

 

EDITORIAL WORK

Referee for the following international journals:

African Journal of Biotechnology; Aquaculture; Aquatic Biology; Aquatic Ecology; Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology; Biogeosciences; Biological Journal of the Linnean Society; Bulletin of Marine Science; Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences; Canadian Journal of Zoology; Deep-Sea Research I; Deep-Sea Research II; Ecology and Evolution; Ecological Complexity; Ecotoxicology; Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science; Europhysics Letters; Fundamental and Applied Limnology (Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie); Geoderma; Geophysical Research Letters; Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters; Hydrobiologia; ICES Journal of Marine Science; ISRN Oceanography; International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management; Journal of Experimental Biology; Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans; Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom; Journal of Marine Systems; Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical; Journal of Plankton Research; Journal of Sea Research; Journal of Theoretical Biology; Journal of Thermal Biology; Landscape and Urban Planning; Limnologyand Oceanography; Limnologyand Oceanography: Fluids and Environments; Limnologyand Oceanography: Methods; Marine Biology; MarineEcologyProgressSeries; Marine Mammal Science; Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics; Open Journal of marine Science; Physica A – Statistical Mechanics and its Applications; PLoS One; Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences; Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences; Water Resources Research; Water Science and Engineering

 

Referee for the following international organizations:

Australia

    Australian Antarctic Division; Australian Research Council; CSIRO Marine National Facility; Endeavour Awards; Griffith University

Canada

    University of British Columbia

China

    Research Grant Council of Honk Kong

Georgia

    Georgian National Science Foundation

Israel

    Israel Science Foundation

    US-Israel Binational Science Foundation

Netherlands

    Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

United Kingdom

    National Environmental Research Council 

United States of America

    National Science Foundation, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of Hawai’I at Manoa; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee