MAPPEM Geophysics (established in 2015) is an innovative French company specialising in marine electromagnetics. We develop state-of-the-art electromagnetic instruments and methods and carry out electromagnetic site investigations and surveys for nearshore and offshore projects. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with new insight into the characteristics of the marine subsurface, the location of potential buried hazards and objects, and the measurement of ambient electromagnetic fields in the marine environment.
From our workshop based near the rugged coast of Brittany, France, our dedicated team is always on deck to help deliver greater knowledge about your marine subsurface or environmental challenge.
MAPPEM Geophysics is an independent, innovative company, developing its unique expertise and putting it at the service of various offshore industrial projects. We help our clients by providing new insights through the high quality electromagnetic and resistivity data we provide.
Our human-sized company carefully considers customer needs and provides them with the best suited solutions to their problematics. We are characterized by an innovative mind, our passion about the sea, the habit of thinking outside the box.
A time travel through the key dates which marked the MAPPEM Geophysics company.
Development of a mobile electromagnetic imaging tool.
Creation of the Mappem Geophysics company University of Brest's spin-off.
Development of a 3D imaging system.
Development of a fixed system for passive measurement of electromagnetic fields.
Development of an electromagnetic imaging system for shallow waters.
Development of a high-speed inversion algorithm.
Co-founder - CEO
Doctor in physics and electronics, Jean-François has led the development of various innovative projects in marine instrumentation.
Pascal is a university professor in marine geophysics at the University of Brest in Brittany, France. He is an expert in electromagnetism applied to geosciences.
Doctor in marine geosciences and EOST engineer, Florent has strong knowledge in processing and interpretation of underwater geophysical data.
Anne is a scientific computing engineer. She is developing inversion and modeling software for electromagnetic data.
Quentin is a creative engineer working on the development of new technologies that will equip our future systems for an ever higher quality of measurements.
Dorian is an electronics engineer using his skills to improve our existing systems and create the future ones.
Business development manager
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