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inventor , radio astronomy engineer

Thierry Hubert Fayard, French radio astronomy engineer, inventor. Achievements include patents in sharp audiovisual electronic system with piezo electric components and digital signal processing technics for audio studio recording; first development precise reliable location of pulsar 1937 + 214 by VLBI; set up a solar energy workshop in India for refugees. Recipient award European Space Agency, 1985.

Background

Fayard, Thierry Hubert was born on January 17, 1960 in Dakar, Senegal. Son of Jean Marc and Elizabeth (Bucquet) Fayard.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Montgeron Lycee, 1979. Master in Theoretical Physics, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris, 1984. Doctor in Astronomy, Paris Observatory, 1989.

Career

Teacher College Bellevue, Yerres, 1982-1983, Lycee St. Pierre, Brunoy, 1983-1984. Scientist Institute Geographique National, Paris, 1985-1989. Project manager Centre National Etude Spatiale, Toulouse, since 1989.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents in sharp audiovisual electronic system with piezo electric components and digital signal processing technics for audio studio recording. First development precise reliable location of pulsar 1937 + 214 by VLBI. Set up a solar energy workshop in India for refugees.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals including Astronomy & Astrophysics, Proceedings European VLBI, and Transputer Application & Systems.

Membership

Member Connaissance Echange Development (president 1990), Franco Tibetan Help.

Connections

father:
Jean Marc Fayard

mother:
Elizabeth (Bucquet) Fayard