Sylvain Lenoir

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Professional Experience


Aug. 2013 - Post-doctoral fellow with As.Pr. Wang at the Marine Ecology & Fisheries Dept.
: Fish population Dynamic under both climate and fishery forcing.
Institute of Oceanography (IONTU)
National Taiwan University
Taipei, Taiwan
Aug. 2012 - Jul. 2013 Post-doctoral fellow with As.Pr. Wang at the Marine Ecology & Fisheries Dept.
Title: Influences of age structure on American plaice (Hippoglossoides platessoides) under both environmental and fishery forcing.
Institute of Oceanography (IONTU)
National Taiwan University
Taipei, Taiwan
Jan. 2012 - Jul. 2012 Post-doctoral fellow with As.Pr. Hsieh at the Ecoinformatics Lab.
Title: Impact of fishery induced age-truncation on marine fish stocks and its potential effects on the fish populations sensitivity to climate changes.
Institute of Oceanography(IONTU)
National Taiwan University
Taipei, Taiwan

Education


Jan. 2008 - Jan. 2011 Ph.D. in Marine Ecology at the Laboratory of Oceanography and Geosciences with Dr. Beaugrand and Prof. Dauvin in Laboratoire of Oceanography and Geosciences
Title: Impact of climate warming on the spatial distribution of marine fish: observation and scenario.
LOG UMR8187
Staion Marine de Wimereux
Wimereux, France
Sept. 2006 - Jul. 2008 Master degree in Earth and Environmental Sciences
Title: Functioning and Dysfunctioning of Aquatic Systems
Distinction: cum laude
University of Sciences Bordeaux 1
Bordeaux, France
Sept. 2007 - Jul. 2008 Licence of Sciences, Technologies and Health
Title: Biology of Organisms
University of Sciences Bordeaux 1
Bordeaux, France

Teaching Experience


Sept. 2012 Guest speaker
Title: Climate-induced changes in the spatial distribution of marine fish species and the consequences for higher trophic levels. Example of the changes in the breeding success of seabirds in the North Sea.
Institute of Oceanography
National Taiwan University
Taipei, Taiwan
Feb. 2012 Guest speaker
Title: Climate-induced changes in the spatial distribution of marine fish species and the consequences for higher trophic levels. Example of the changes in the breeding success of seabirds in the North Sea.
Institute of Oceanography
National Taiwan University
Taipei, Taiwan
Jun. 2011 Guest speaker
Title: Projections of changes in the spatial distribution of zooplankton for the end of this century: Consequences for higher trophic levels.
GEOMAR-Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research
Christian-Albrechts-Universität
Kiel, Germany

Field Work


Ap. 2008 Fishery Observer
Campaign SELECTMER: Test of the selectivity of the French standard trawl to reduce catches of undersized whiting (min: 27cm) in the English Channel and South North Sea.
Tasks: species identification, length measuring, and biomass estimation.
CRPMEM Nord/Pas de Calais
IFREMER, CME
Boulogne sur Mer, France

Language Proficiency


French Mother tongue
English Internet-Based TOEFL, score 2011: 85
Chinese (Mandarin) Beginner
German Beginner