Centre Européen de Recherche et d’Enseignement
des Géosciences de l’Environnement
Centre Européen de Recherche et d’Enseignement
des Géosciences de l’Environnement
Dibacto Stephane
Dibacto Stephane
ATER-Temporary Teaching and Research Assistant

TP-Earth and Planets

Contact details
Email. : dibacto@cerege.fr
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My main research focus is to analyse and quantify the evolution of volcanic morphologies in relation to the geodynamic constraints of their emplacement. These aspects are most often approached through the study of the topography and geomorphology of volcanic surfaces, including geostatistical methods, leading to models of quantitative geomorphology. Geochronology, for its part, intervenes to situate the evolution of these volcanic objects in time and to quantify their dynamism.

  • 2022-2023 - ATER - CEREGE; University of Aix-Marseille (France)
  • 2021-2022 - ATER - CEREGE; University of Aix-Marseille (France)
  • 2016-2020 - PhD student - GEOPS; University of Paris-Saclay (France)
  • 2015-2016 - Research Assistant - GEOPS; University of Paris-Sud (France)
  • 2014-2015 - Research - PVRG; University of Perugia (Italy)
  • 2016-2020 - PhD thesis in Earth Sciences - University of Paris-Saclay
  • 2014-2015 - Master 2 in Earth Sciences. Volcanic and Sedimentary Environments option - Université Paris-Sud
  • 2013-2014 - Master 1 Earth Sciences. Volcanology option - Blaise Pascal University; Magmas and Volcanoes Laboratory
  • Geomorphic signature of the history of volcanic buildings
  • Topographic analysis using Geographic Information Systems
  • Evolution through construction, erosion and destabilisation processes in volcanic environments
  • Phase separated K-Ar and Ar/Ar geochronology, 36Cl and 14C in situ
  • Textural, petrographic and mineralogical analysis of volcanic deposits
  • Experimental reproduction of magma mixing laws by chaotic approach
  • Line calibration 14C in situ
  • Reconstruction of the eruptive history of the potentially active recent volcanism of the Andean ZVC by geochronological and geomorphological approaches