According to Wikipedia,
Pr. Sébastien Charnoz is a planetary scientist who studies planetary dynamics at the Université Paris Cité and Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris. He also works for the CEA in France. His work covers problems relating to collisional dynamics such as the physics of planetary rings and the formation of the Solar System. He specializes in numerical simulations. Along with André Brahic he is involved in the imaging team of the Cassini mission, led by Carolyn Porco. Using numerical code he wrote for automatic satellite detection , he helped the Imaging Team discover the two smallest known moons of the Saturn system in 2004,,,: Methone and Pallene.
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