Main Focus

Topics: stellar evolution, binary systems, stellar rotation, planetary atmospheres and interiors.
Techniques: photometry, high-resolution spectroscopy

Curriculum Vitae

Education and employment

2017 –  Research Scientist at Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research

2011 – 2017: Staff Scientist and Research Astronomer at New Mexico State University (USA)

2008 – 2011 Staff Scientist at Institut d’Astrophysique Spatiale (France)

2007 – 2008 Temporary Associate Professor at Observatoire de Paris (France)

2006 – 2007 Postdoc at Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis (France)

December 2005: PhD in Astrophysics, University Pierre et Marie Curie, Observatoire de Paris/LESIA, France. Supervisor: Pr. Benoît Mosser

Selected publications

Gaulme et al. Active red giants: Close binaries versus single rapid rotators, A&A 639, A63 (2020)

Gaulme & Guzik  Systematic search for stellar pulsators in the eclipsing binaries observed by Kepler, A&A 630, A106 (2019)

Gaulme et al.  Atmospheric circulation of Venus measured with visible imaging spectroscopy at the THEMIS observatory, A&A 627, A82 (2019)

Gaulme et al. Testing the Asteroseismic Scaling Relations for Red Giants with Eclipsing Binaries Observed by Kepler, ApJ 832, 121 (2016)

Gaulme, Mosser, Guillot, and Schmider. Seismology of Giant Planets, Extraterrestrial Seismology, Chapter 14, Editors Tong & Garcia, Cambridge U. Press (2015)

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