Delle Luche Céline - Gaia
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Observatoire de Paris-Meudon
Céline Delle Luche joined GEPI (Observatoire de Paris-Meudon) and the Gaia team in january 2006 as a research engineer, to work on image simulation and mostly development of spectroscopic processing in CU6. She is working on algorithms of determination of radial velocity, and she is also involved at system level, for example she is co-responsible of the CU6 data model.
She graduated in 2003 from CPE, a french engineer school in electronics and information technology. But she developed a taste in astronomy and made a studentship in Nice observatory in 2001, and then at ESO Chile in 2003-2005.
Her main interest in science is image and signal processing applied to astronomy, and in her free time she enjoys hiking, photography, music and cooking!
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