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2009 - 2012 : Ph.D. Planetary Sciences and Physics, The Open University, Planetary and Space Sciences Research Institute, UK and The University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, Côte d’Azur Observatory, France

2002-2007 : MPhys Astrophysics (1st Class), University of Edinburgh, School of Physics, UK

 Professional and Research Experience

Since 2016 : Faculty Researcher (Planetary Science, Space Instrumentation), ISAE-SUPAERO, Toulouse, France

2013 – 2015 : Post-doctoral Researcher in Planetary Instrumentation, ISAE-SUPAERO, Toulouse, France

May 2012 – Nov 2012 : Consultant, General Studies Programme, European Space Agency, Paris, France

Mar 2012 - Oct 2012 : Post-doctoral Researcher in Planetary Science, Côte d’Azur Observatory, Nice, France

Sep 2008- Jan 2009 : Consultant, General Studies Programme, European Space Agency, The Netherlands

June 2008- Aug 2008 : S4P Group Member, NASA Ames, California, U.S.A.

July 2007-June 2008 : Young Graduate Trainee, The Advanced Concepts Team, European Space Agency, The Netherlands

 Involvement in Space Missions and Planetary Instrumentation

Since 2021 : Co-Investigator, The Asteroid Surface Process and INterior (ASPIN) mission

Since 2019 : Principal Investigator for the WheelCams on the Phobos Martian Moons eXploration (MMX) rover

Since 2019 : Science Team Member, Martian Moons eXploration (MMX) mission

Since 2019 : Co-Investigator, Main-belt Asteroid and NEO Tour with Imaging and Spectroscopy (MANTIS) mission

Since 2017 : Collaborator for the Mars Microphone on SuperCam, Mars 2020 mission

Since 2016 : Investigation Team Member, DART mission

Since 2014 : Co-Investigator and Working Group co-lead, Hera mission (previously AIM), ESA

Since 2013 : Project and Science Team Member, InSight space mission

2013 : Scientist and coordinator, AIDA mission spatiale ‘Call for Experiment Ideas Review Panel’, ESA

2011-2013 : Working Group Member, MarcoPolo-R Asteroid Sample Return Space Mission

2011 : Invited Scientist, ESA Near-Earth Exploration Minimum System (NEMS) Mission Study, ESA

2008 : Instrument Scientist, Marco Polo and Laplace mission studies, ESA Concurrent Design Facility (CDF)

2008 : Managed and organised ESA Call for Ideas “NEO Encounter 2029”

2007-2008 : Review Panel Member, Planetary Society Apophis Mission Design Competition (ESA representative)

 Selected Professional Awards

2020 : NASA Honor Group Achievement Award, “For excellence in developing the process, characterizing the instrument deployment area and selecting locations to place the InSight instruments on the surface of Mars”, NASA, USA

2020 : CNES Award, “In recognition of outstanding performance and contribution to the success of SEIS on Mars”

2020 : Elsevier of Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 1st best paper published in 2019 (Chide et al., 2019)

2017 : Toulouse Tech Integration Award

2012 : Asteroid (8463) Naomimurdoch named in recognition of my work in the field of small-body science

2011 : Highly commended research student presentation, The Open University, U.K.

2011 : NASA Sponsored Student, 2011 NASA Astrobiology Winter School, Hawaii, U.S.A

2010 : Nominee, Sir Arthur Clark Student Award, U.K. Space Conference 2010

2009 : ESA Sponsored Student, 60th International Astronautical Congress, South Korea

2009 : Recipient of a Royal Astronomical Society Grant for the AstEx parabolic flight experiment, U.K.

2009 : ‘Fly your Thesis’ winner, ESA 51st Microgravity Flight Campaign

2006 : Recipient, Nuffield Foundation Undergraduate Research Bursary, U.K.

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