September 28th: Carole is reviewer of M. Moezzibadi’s PhD : « Transfert de masse en milieu poreux : modélisation, analyse de sensibilité et estimation de paramètres appliquées à deux études de cas », that will be defended the 28th of September at University of Strasbourg (ICUBE). This work is supervised by R. Mosé and I. Charpentier.
September 5-7: Carole Delenne and Vincent Guinot attended the RiverFlow 2018 international conference in Lyon.
They presented a communication entitled “Experimental validation of transient source term in porosity-based shallow water models”. This was part of the special session “Shallow water porosity models for urban floods”, co-convened by Vincent Guinot and Sandra Soares-Frazão (Université Catholique de Louvain).
July: Fatima Palacios-Rodriguez has received an award from Comittee of Conference SWGEN 2018 (Colorado, 2-5 October). This award consists on the payment of the travel and of the hotel to go to the Conference.
July: Antoine participated to the NUMACH conference in Mulhouse, where he gave a lecture on new results regarding discrete transparent boundary conditions, a recent work with Joao Caldas and Gaspard Kemlin.
June: the team is really happy to welcome 3 new fellows in the team, as of September, 2018: Joao Caldas (PhD candidate with Antoine and Vincent), Joseph Kahn (PhD candidate with Antoine and Céline Casenave from INRA) and Fatima Palacios (post-doc fellow advised by Gwladys). Fatima was already in Montpellier, working with Gwladys in the ...
May 31rst: A. Rousseau was invited to give a lecture in the mini-symposium named « Sur l’utilisation de conditions en relation avec les conditions limites de type transparent/absorbant » in CANUM 2018. More info here : http://smai.emath.fr/canum2018/resumesPDF/antoine/Abstract.pdf
May 22th: In this paper, we derive discrete transparent boundary conditions for a class of linearized Boussinesq equations. These conditions happen to be non-local in time and we test numerically their accuracy with a Crank-Nicolson time-discretization on a staggered grid. We use the derived transparent boundary conditions as interface conditions in a domain decomposition method, ...
May: How to simulate space-time extreme processes to assess natural disasters?
Fátima Palacios-Rodríguez, Gwladys Toulemonde, Julie Carreau, Thomas Opitz
Workshop Rare Events, Extremes and Machine Learning, May 2018, Télécom ParisTech, Paris, France
April: It is well-recognized that floods represent one of the most important natural hazards in terms of frequency of occurrence, human impacts and casualties, as well as economic losses. As stated by the United Nations report «reducing disaster risk » in 2004, in the time period 1980-2000 around 196 million people in more than 90 countries were exposed on ...
6 juin: Carole Delenne présentera le projet Cart’Eaux à la Deuxième rencontre autour de la Modélisation-Simulation-Optimisation organisée par MIPS le jeudi 6 juin de 9h à 12h au bâtiment 10 du campus Triolet.
Inscriptions (gratuit) et programme disponibles ici: https://www.msoc.fr/deuxieme-rencontre-autour-de-la-modelisation-simulation-optimisation-a-montpellier/
20 mars: Café des Sciences: Antoine Rousseau gave a lecture on applied mathematics for renewable energies in the Café des Sciences at Inria Rocquencourt. This lecture was specifically prepared for a wide audience, allowing all Inria staff to participate.
19 mars: Digital sciences for environment: Antoine Rousseau gave a lecture in the Centre d’Alembert (Orsay-Saclay), explaining how applied mathematics and computer sciences may help to better understand environmental processes. This was a joint conference with Alexandre Monnin, (Origens Medialab).
June: METMA IX : 9th conference on Spatio-Temporal modeling. Gwladys is president of the organizing committee in the international conference METMA IX which will be hold in France for the first time (Montpellier). Gwladys is also member of the scientific committee.
22 mars: LEMON in high school: Antoine spent one day with more than 150 students in high school at Castelnaudary (near Toulouse) to present LEMON and explain how digital sciences can be used in renewable energy production.
2-14 avril: Visit in Santiago : Antoine visited Santiago (Chile) for two weeks. This trip was organized to work with colleagues of Inria Chile and MERIC : Gaspard Kemlin Inria Chile intern, ENPC) is working on boundary conditions and coupling of dispersive ocean models ; Cyril Mokrani and Marcos Di Iorio (Engineers, MERIC) are collaborating with LEMON and TOSCA ...
2016-2018: Cerise project (title in french : Simulation de scénarii intégrant des Champs ExtRêmes spatio-temporels avec éventuelle indépendance asymptotique pour les études d’Impact en Science de l’Environnement). Cerise is a project led by Gwladys funded by the LEFE program (action MAthematical and NUmerical methods). It aims to propose methods for simulating scenarii integrating spatio-temporal extremes ...
26 avril: Poste d’Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et de Recherche (ATER) Polytech Montpellier / HSM
Un poste d’ATER (section CNU 60) sera ouvert à la rentrée 2018 à l’Université de Montpellier.
Ce poste est affecté en enseignement à Polytech Montpellier (www.polytech-montpellier.fr) et en recherche à HydroSciences Montpellier (www.hydrosciences.org).
PROFIL du POSTE :Les enseignements concernent les années 1 et 2 du ...
28 mars: New publication: Modelling solute dispersion in periodic heterogeneous porous media: model benchmarking against intermediate scale experiments
Highlights•Solute transport experiments in heterogeneous porous media, with high quality breakthrough curves accounting for statistical variations.•Intermediate scale behaviour of dispersion is shown to be non-Fickian.•A Fickian asymptotic behaviour is identified for large time and space scales.•A purely advective model with ...
April/may: lecturer recruitment in spatial ecology / landscape ecology – Montpellier University.
Carole will chair a recruitment panel for a lecturer that will be affiliated to the department « Biology/Ecology » of the faculty of sciences of Montpellier University.
Detailed profile and application procedure can be found on the ministry website, under the reference 0274: https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/
Coding Sprint SW2D.
During 2 weeks (1 week in Sophia-Antipolis, 1 week in Montpellier), Carole Vincent and Antoine worked on a first release of the SW2D platform, in collaboration with 8 people from the engineering&software team (SED) in Sophia-Antipolis.
Fédération Blaise Pascal Scientific Committee.
Antoine participated to the scientific committee of Fondation Blaise Pascal. Several tens of projects were selected for scientific outreach in applied maths and computer sciences. More than 300k€ dedicated to these projects.
NEMOLOCO : working at Inria Chile.
In the framework of the NEMOLOCO associated team between LEMON and Pontificad Universitad Catolica, Antoine spent 2 weeks in Santiago, Chile. He started to work with Gaspard KEMLIN (Internship, Ecole des Ponts) and participated to the recruitment of Marcos Di Iorio (work on OceaPoS with Cyril Mokrani)
Workshop « Simulation and optimisation of renewable marine energies ».
From January 10 to 12th, the Inria team ANGE organized a conference in Paris on marine energies. Antoine Rousseau and Cyril Mokrani (Inria & MERIC) participated with colleagues from the WindPoS projec (Mireille Bossy, Cristian Escauriaza).
2016-2018: Cart’Eaux Project – automatic mapping procedure for wastewater networks using multi-source information.
In France, local government institutions must establish a detailed description of wastewater networks. The information should be available, but it remains fragmented (different formats held by different stakeholders) and incomplete.In the “Cart’Eaux” project, a multidisciplinary team, including an industrial partner, develops a global methodology using Machine Learning and Data Mining approaches applied to various ...