Laborie Anouk - Gaia
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Anouk Laborie is leading the team at EADS Astrium in charge of the Gaia "CCD and Focal Plane Technology Demonstrators". This Gaia Technology Development Activity mainly encompasses the development of CCDs and associated proximity electronics, an extensive radiation testing programme, and the development of two ASTRO focal plane demonstrators dedicated to the validation of electro-optical performances and thermo-mechanical design respectively.
Since 1990, Anouk Laborie has been involved in various Earth Observation & Science programmes: Helios (Stellar Measurement Unit), Envisat (GOMOS), Meteosat Second Generation (SEVIRI) and ROCSAT 2 for the development of the Remote Sensing Instrument focal plane.
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