Doctor in marine biology (IUEM, Brest, 1997) and professional diver (Class 1B), Sylvain Chauvaud has been managing the consulting companies TBM environnement (2000) and SOMME (2012) since their creations. Sylvain has been leading fundamental and applied research activities for 25 years in the fields of marine, coastal and terrestrial ecology.
Delphine studied engineering at ENSIETA (Brest) and obtained her doctorate at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography (San Diego, USA) in 2012. R&D engineer specialized in underwater acoustics, signal processing and acoustic propagation, she brings specific expertise in the monitoring of marine mammals and their environment by passive acoustics and in experimental methods (instrument deployments and protocols).
After completing a master’s degree in marine ecology at the European University Institute of the Sea (Brest), Elie specialized in the monitoring of the marine fauna by passive acoustics. Through his experiences through various research structures, he studied the sound production of various marine organisms including benthic invertebrates, fish, and marine mammals. Working as research engineer within the SOMME company, he brings his expertise for the implementation, processing and analysis of passive acoustic monitorings
Gaetan obtained a master’s degree at University Claude Bernard and ENS of Lyon, before achievieng his PhD at the Centre d’Etudes Biologiques de Chizé (UMR 7372 CNRS-La Rochelle Université) and ENSTA Bretagne (Brest). His research focused on behavioural ecology of marine mammals and interactions wih human activity, through bio-logging and passive acoustic monitoring. R&D engineer at SOME, he contributes to experimental methods and data processing.
Graduate of the European University Institute of the Sea (Brest) and professional diver (Class 1 Mention B), Arthur is responsible within the SOMME company for instrumentation and field activities. His maritime experience has allowed him to develop strong skills in the deployment of scientific equipment at sea. Arthur also conducts R&D on the response of benthic marine organisms (bivalves) to anthropogenic pressures.