Jean Baptiste Filippi is a Researcher at CNRS since 2006. He receives his Phd from the University of Corsica in 2003. He was a Japanese Society for the promotion of Science Post doctoral fellow at the University of Tokyo where he performed research on drifting seaweeds, using discrete events simulation. In 2005 he worked in data processing for the European Center for Medium Range Weather Forecast in Reading (UK). He is now focusing his research on forest fire and atmosphere simulation, developing methods, softwares and frameworks (from raw data storage and retrieval to front propagation simulation and result analysis). Coordinator of two national project on wildfire forecasting tools, and received the 2nd prize ATOS/Fourier in 2014 for his work on fire weather computation.
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