Mathieu Le Breton (S’17 M’21) received the M.S. degree in applied physics and in geophysics from Toulouse Institute of Applied Sciences in 2008, and from Sorbonne University in Paris in 2015, respectively. In 2019, he received the Ph.D. degree in geophysics from ISTerre, Grenoble University, France.
He works since 2019 as an applied researcher in geophysics in the company Géolithe, and as an invited researcher at ISTerre, Grenoble University. Earlier he worked as undergraduate research assistant at the University of Oxford (2007), as marketing engineer in the Petals Link company (2008-2011) and as research assistant in geophysics at the Colorado School of Mines (2015). His research interests include the monitoring of ground instabilities using both geophysical methods and passive RFID tags. He has authored 6 papers in peer-reviewed journals and holds one patent. In 2018 he received the Outstanding Poster Award of the European Geoscience Union General Assembly, and the Best Poster Award at the Rock Slope Stability Symposium. In 2020 he received the Jean Goguel Award for young researchers in engineering geology .