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Anaïs Ferot

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Science Coordinator for the National Science Foundation GeoPRISMS Program
Since 2016 | GeoPRISMS NSF Program University of Michigan
2013-2016 | GeoPRISMS NSF Program University of Michigan
2012-2013 | GeoPRISMS NSF Program - Rice University
 
  • Website manager and graphic designer
Designer and Editor of the semi-annual newsletter
Responsible for the website content management, development, and administration
Developing scientific and educational materials for the GeoPRISMS website
  • Science Communication
Reporting Program activity, working groups, and the annual Steering & Oversight Committee
Scientific interaction with scientists around the world to promote the Office activities
Implementing education and outreach components of the program
  • Assistant to the Chair of the Program
Responsible for the day-to-day Office operations
National and International Meeting logistics, on-site support

Education

2011 | PhD Thesis, Earth Science. Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans, Blaise Pascal University, France.
2007 | Master of Science, Earth Science. Paul Sabatier University, France.
2006 | Bachelor of Science, Earth Science. Blaise Pascal University, France.
2004 | Associate of Science, Earth Science. François Rabelais University, France.

Research

2007-2011 | Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans, Clermont-Ferrand, France.
High pressure and high temperature experimental study on water storage capacity and distribution in the earth upper mantle
  • High pressure and high temperature experiments using Kawai-type multi-anvil press apparatus
  • FTIR spectroscopy, electronic microprobe, SEM, XANES spectroscopy in synchrotron facility (ESRF, Grenoble, France)
Summer 2007 | Misasa International Student Intern Program. Misasa, Japan.
Si self-diffusion in stishovite at high P-T
  • High pressure and high temperature experiments using Kawai-type multi-anvil press apparatus
  • SIMS, X-ray diffraction, SEM
2006-2007 | Laboratoire des Mécanismes et Transferts en Géologie, Toulouse, France.
Isotopic diffusion of hydrogen in Fo-rich olivine
  • 1-atm annealing experiment performed in horizontal furnace
  • FTIR spectroscopy
2006 | Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans, Clermont-Ferrand, France.
High pressure and high temperature experimental study on the effect of Al on water solubility in periclase
  • High pressure and high temperature experiments using Kawai-type multi-anvil press apparatus
  • FTIR spectroscopy, microprobe, SEM

 

Publications

2012 | A. Férot, N. Bolfan-Casanova. Water storage capacity in olivine and pyroxene to 14 GPa: Implications for the water content of the Earth’s upper mantle and nature of seismic discontinuities. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 349-350, 218-230.
2012 | N. Bolfan-Casanova, M. Munoz, C. Mccammon, E. Deloule, A. Férot, S. Demouchy, L. France, D. Andrault, S. Pascarelli. Ferric iron and water incorporation in wadsleyite under hydrous and oxidizing conditions: A XANES, Mossbauer, and SIMS study. American Mineralogist, 97, no.8-9, 1483-1493.
2010 | A. Shatskiy, D. Yamazaki, Y.M., Borzdov, T. Matsuzaki, K.D. Litasov, T. Cooray, A. Férot, E. Ito, T. Katsura. Stishovite single-crystal growth and application to silicon self-diffusion measurements. American Mineralogist, 95, 135-143.

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