Jevardat de Fombelle Gregory - Gaia
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Grégory Jevardat de Fombelle
Data Processing Centre of Geneva
Gregory Jevardat de Fombelle joined the Gaia team in the Data Processing Center of Geneva in 2015.
He is currently the deputy manager of DPCG and mainly works on the development and maintenance of the software pipeline and hardware platform that supports the CU7 variability analysis work packages. He is also responsible of the software integration and releases, and provide support to the scientific software developers.
Gregory obtained his PhD in computer science in 2007 from the University of Paris VI. He then worked for big companies in the military, financial and insurance sectors as a software developper, technical leader and trainer.
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