Theia facilitates national networking among the satellite community through the implementation of regional animation networks (RAN – ART in French), mainly in France but also abroad in Southern Countries and since May 2019 also in one French oversea territory : New Caledonia.

RAN’s objectives

  • Unite and coordinate users (scientists and public stakeholders) at regional level,
  • Participate in community training efforts, particularly concerning added-value products developed by the thematic SECs.

Existing RAN and their facilitators

7 metropolitan RAN and 2 dedicated to overseas and Southern countries

In September 2019, Theia Regional Animation Network has nine members :

  • seven in metropolitan France and
  • two dedicated to Southern countries and overseas territories.

Aquitaine

Jean-Pierre Wigneron
INRAE
@J-P.Wigneron
Contributions FR | EN

Alpes

Fatima Karbou
Météo France
@F.Karbou

Grand Est

Bernard Allenbach
Unistra
@B.Allenbach

Anne Puissant
U. de Strasbourg | Live
@A.Puissant
Contributions FR | EN

île de France


Bernard Rosier
Onera
@B.Rosier

Sud

Claire Ajouc
CRIGE
@C.Ajouc

Philippe Rossello
GeographR
@geographr

Bretagne

Marie Jagaille
IMT Atlantique
@M.Jagaille

Occitanie

Samuel Alleaume
INRAE | TETIS
@S.Alleaume
Contributions FR |EN

Jean-François Dejoux
CESBIO
@F.Dejoux

Amélie Lombard
Cerema
@A.Lombard

GeoDEV

Jean-François Faure
IRD
@JF.Faure

GeoDEV New Caledonia

Jean Massenet
INSIGHT SAS
@J.Massenet

More in-depth informations on Theia RAN in Theia biannual Bulletin n°3