2002-Present: Senior Scientist LOV (CNRS)
1988-2002: Research scientist LOV (CNRS)
1984-1986: Post-Doc Inria Sophia-Antipolis
1995: HDR, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
1982 PHD in Oceanography, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
Antoine Sciandra has specialized in the study of the ecophysiology of microalgae, notably through a laboratory experimental approach, with two objectives: 1) to understand its response to global change and the consequences on ocean biogeochemical cycles and 2) to optimize the production of target metabolites. To this end, he has developed a highly sophisticated culture system, the PhytoPulse, that produces high-frequency data needed to validate mathematical growth models. He has also set up a platform (Full Spectrum) that allows experiments to be carried out on l microalgae culture ponds. He has supervised about 15 PhD students, produced 68 papers (H-index 25), participated in 10 oceanographic campaigns, and contributed to various projects on the valorization of microalgae (ANR : Shamash, Factor4, Purple Sun, Ctrl-AB, Photobiofilm Explorer; PIA : OPALE; FUI : Salinalgue). He is also associated with 4 patents, and was director of LOV for 10 years.