Philippe Miron is an Assistant Scientist at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (University of Miami).
He turns geoscience data into scientific results using nonlinear dynamic techniques. He completed his undergraduate studies in Mechanical Engineering and his Ph. D. in Experimental Fluid Dynamics at Polytechnique Montréal.
He is interested in the dispersion of floating matters (such as plastics and sargassum), the analysis of the overturning circulation, the applications of machine learning techniques for prediction and clustering, and the combination of model and observations data sets. See also the Nonlinear Dynamics’ website for more information on the latest projects of our group.
When he is not in front of the computer, he can be found enjoying the beach, running, cycling, or exploring new places.