Lecoeur-Taibi Isabelle - Gaia
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INTEGRAL Science Data Center (ISDC)
Isabelle Lecoeur-Taibi graduated as a Computer Science engineer in France. After 17 years in scientific software development in various fields at the French Atomic Commission (CEA), she has been working as project controller at the INTEGRAL Science Data Center(ISDC - isdc.unige.ch), attached to the Geneva Observatory, since 2001. In the INTEGRAL mission (launched in October 2002), she has been in charge of planning and is responsible for the data analysis software releases including software integration, testing, documentation production and software distribution to the scientific community.
In Gaia, Isabelle has been a member of CU7 (Variability Processing) (see the web page) since mid-2006 and will mostly focus on Quality Assurance and Configuration Management within CU7 and the Data Processing Center (DPC) located at the ISDC. CU7 is in charge of characterizing photometric and spectral variability and will contribute to the variable objects classification.
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