PhD and postdoc completed

Matteo DARIENZO (2021)*

Matteo DARIENZO (2017-2021) Real-time Bayesian estimation of dynamic stage-discharge models Supervisors: J. Le Coz (RiverLy, Hydraulics), B. Renard (RiverLy,  Hydrology) & M. Lang (RiverLy, Hydrology) Ecole Doctorale: TUE (Terre Univers Environnement), Grenoble River discharge time series are established using ‘rating curves’, which are models with discharge as output and stage and possibly other monitored parameters …

Guillaume DRAMAIS (2020)*

Marianne LASLIER (2020)*

Marianne LASLIER (2019-2020) Morphological dynamics of alternate bars in alpine systems using LiDAR and aerial photographs: application to Arc and Isère River. Supervisors: Lionel Pénard et Benoît Camenen (Irstea Lyon) Fundings: ANR DEAR project Alpine rivers are often characterized by a high quantity of solid transport, especially of fine sediments such as clays, silts and …

Aurélien DESPAX (2020)*

Aurélien DESPAX (2017-2020) Uncertainties in stream gauging with  ADCP Supervisors: J. Le Coz (RiverLy, River Hydraulics team) Fundings: Flood forecasting Schapi-INRAE annual cooperation The use of acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCPs) has increased to measure water discharge in rivers. Technological development has enabled the use of the ADCP in both shallow streams and deep rivers. …

Sébastien POUCHOULIN (2019)*

Sébastien POUCHOULIN (2015-2018) Supervisors: Emmanuel Mignot (LMFA, INSA Lyon), Nicolas Rivière (LMFA, INSA Lyon) Jérôme Le Coz (Irstea, RiverLy) Doctoral school: TUE (Terre, Univers Environnement), Grenoble  

Adrien VERGNE (2018)*

Musaab KHALID (2018)*

Musaab KHALID (2014-2018) Analysis of water flow videos for surface velocity estimation Supervisors : L. Pénard (RiverLy, River Hydraulics team) & J.B. Faure (RiverLy River Hydraulics team) & É. Mémin (INRIA) University : MathSTIC  Rennes 1 This thesis is an application of computer vision findings to river velocimetry research. Hydraulic research scientists already use various …

Emeline PERRET (2017)*