Alice Adenis, PhD

Data Scientist

After my PhD in Geophysics, I started working as a Data Scientist. I first applied machine learning to industrial problems. I currently work on diabetes as a research engineer in Grenoble (France).

My hobbies are painting and drawing. I am also cartoonist for Did This Really Happen project, that promotes gender equality in science.


  1. Bocher, M., Ulvrova, M., Arnould, M., Coltice, N., Mallard, C., Gérault, M., & Adenis, A. (2020). Drawing everyday sexism in academia: Observations and analysis of a community-based initiative. Advances in Geosciences (Vol. 53, pp. 15–31). Presented at the Diversity and equality in the geosciences (EGU2019 EOS6.1 & US4, AGU2018 ED41B, JpGU2019 U-02) -, Copernicus GmbH. Retrieved May 6, 2020, from https://www.adv-geosci.net/53/15/2020/
  2. Adenis, A. (2019, May 21). Insight in Inverse Methods—A Simple Example—Dataswati-garage—Medium. Retrieved May 6, 2020, from https://medium.com/dataswati-garage/insight-in-inverse-methods-a-simple-example-8403d24c7486
  3. Adenis, A. (2018, December 14). A Kernel for Mapping with Gaussian Processes—Dataswati-garage—Medium. Retrieved May 6, 2020, from https://medium.com/dataswati-garage/a-kernel-for-mapping-with-gaussian-processes-1769fe56af93
  4. Adenis, A. (2017, July 6). Imagerie tri-dimensionnelle de l’atténuation sismique du manteau terrestre (thesis). Lyon. Retrieved February 5, 2019, from http://www.theses.fr/2017LYSEN037
  5. Adenis, A., Debayle, E., & Ricard, Y. (2017a). Attenuation tomography of the upper mantle. Geophysical Research Letters, 44(15), 7715–7724.
  6. Adenis, A., Debayle, E., & Ricard, Y. (2017b). Seismic evidence for broad attenuation anomalies in the asthenosphere beneath the Pacific Ocean. Geophysical Journal International, 209(3), 1677–1698.