Sébastien Motreuil is Engineer (CNRS) at Biogéosciences laboratory (UMR CNRS 6282) in Dijon since 2004. He is specialized in zootechnics (CNRS level 3) that concerns with animal field sampling, animal handling, animal experiment, and animal housing facilities. In 2012 he received the special prize of zootechnicians (INSB – CNRS) rewarding work enhancement acts in animal housing facilities. After 10 years spent at Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche-sur-Mer as service engineer (CNRS) in charge of aquariums as well as field sampling and instrumentation operations at sea, he is currently in charge of living animal field sampling, experiment, and housing facilities at Biogéosciences laboratory. With more than 2,000 dives since he started diving in 1987, Sébastien is also Advanced European Scientific Diver (European Scientific Diving Panel) and Leader Scientific Diver (CAH B II & CPS CNRS) in charge of Biogéosciences laboratory diving service. He recently co-authored several scientific papers. Underwater photographer, his underwater pictures were published in two recent books devoted to marine science.
- Location: Dijon