Maryame El Moutamid
Maryame El Moutamid is an expert in orbital dynamics and celestial mechanics, especially orbital resonances and mechanisms of capture into mean motion resonances for satellites and exoplanets.
Her current research concerns planetary ring dynamics and satellite orbital dynamics, and their connections with giant planet interior structure. She completed her PhD at Paris Observatory in September 2013 and is currently a Research Associate at Cornell University.
2016: Qualification for Lecturer Functions, French Ministry of Advanced Education
2013: Ph.D., with Honors (Celestial Mechanics), Paris Observatory
2010: Master Thesis (Dynamics of Gravitational Systems), Paris Observatory
2008: B.A. (Sciences For Engineers), Denis-Diderot University
M. El Moutamid, P. D. Nicholson, R. G. French, M. S. Tiscareno, C. D. Murray, M. W. Evans, C. McGhee French, M. M. Hedman and J. A. Burns. How Janus' Orbital Swap Affects the Edge of Saturn's A Ring?: Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2015.10.025 (2015)
F. Braga-Ribas et al. A ring system detected around the Centaur (10199) Chariklo: Nature 508:72-75 (2014)
M. El Moutamid, B. Sicardy and Renner, S. Coupling between corotation and Lindblad resonances in the presence of secular precession rates: Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical
Astronomy 118:235-252 (2014)
P. Robutel, N. Rambaux and M. El Moutamid. Influence of the coorbital resonance on the rotation of the Trojan satellites of Saturn: Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy
S. Renner, N.J. Cooper, M. El Moutamid, B. Sicardy, A. Vienne, C.D. Murray and M. Saillenfest. Origin of the Chaotic motion of the Saturnian satellite Atlas: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1602.01967.pdf