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PhD, Remote sensing scientist, Cirad

Louise Leroux is a researcher at the CIRAD institute in the AÏDA unit. She is geographer with a strong background in remote sensing applied to agricultural monitoring. Her researches are focused on the use of remote sensing technologies combined with statistical or biophysical modelling to (1) improve the cropping systems descriptions and (2) improve the assessment of agronomical and environmental performances of smallholder cropping systems. Over the last years she worked mainly in West Africa, with a focus on agroforestry systems. She was previously seconded to Centre de Suivi Ecologique in Senegal and she is now based at IITA Nairobi in Kenya where she conducts her research on yield gap assessment in Ethiopia .


  • –present
    PhD, Remote sensing scientist, Cirad


  • 2015 
    AgroParisTech, PhD / Environmental Sciences