About Miguel Montargès
I defended my PhD in 2014 at the LESIA in Paris Observatory (france). It was focused on the understanding of cool evolved stars through high angular resolution observations. I then moved for a first post-doc to IRAM France (Grenoble), where I worked on the operations and commissioning of the NOEMA interferometer in the Alps. In 2017, I obtained a FWO [PEGASUS²] Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship at KU Leuven (Belgium). There, I was deeply involved in the ATOMIUM ALMA large program. In 2020, I moved back to the LESIA in Paris Observatory.