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Centre Alpin sur les Réseaux Trophiques et Ecosystèmes Lacustre

Monet Ghislaine

Monet Ghislaine
© Monet
Research Engineer

Tél. : +33 (0)4 50 26 78 37
Fax : +33 (0)4 50 26 07 60
Mail : ghislaine.monet[at]

Plateau technique

PPBD Plateau prélèvement et Base de Données. Co-animatrice du plateau

Thématique(s) de recherche

Système d'information de l'observatoire des lacs alpins (SOERE OLA); Ontologie dans le cadre de l'infrastructure ANAEE-France.

Parcours professionnel

Depuis 2009     

Responsable de l'informatique collective et du système d'information du SOERE OLA.

Co-animatrice du dispositif écoinformatique de l'INRA.

Ontologie et SI dans le cadre de l'infrastructure ANAEE-F


Responsable de l'informatique collective et du système d'information du SOERE OLA

1993-2005           UMR CARRTEL

Responsable de l'informatique collective (Serveurs, réseau, PC, Site web ...)

Radio-tracking,  analyse d'images puis morphométrie géométrique sur les truites

1987 à 1993 : Affectée au  LPGF (Laboratoire de Génie des Procédés Fromagers) de La-Roche-sur-Foron :

Responsable technique de l’automatisation, la modélisation et l’ optimisation de conduite d’un procédé de fabrication. Encadrement de nombreux stagiaires techniciens, masters, ingénieurs.

IR 1987 Recrutement

Formation initiale et formation(s) caractéristique(s)

1983 : Maitrise EEA (Electronique Electrotechnique Automatique)

1984: DEA (Diplôme Etudes Approfondies) en automatique

1986 : Doctorat en Automatique-Productique " Université P. Sabatier Toulouse " faite au LAAS - CNRS « Planification hiérarchisée en avenir incertain : le concept de robustesse »


Monet, G., Barbet D., D., DIspositif écoinformatique des ORE-SOERE (2014). Réalisation et mise en production du système d'information du SOERE OLA sur les grands lacs[Base de données].

Maurice, D., Monet, G., SCHELLENBERGER, A., YAYENDE-GUEDOKA, V. J. (2010). Guide pour la rédaction du document métier par type de données.

SCHELLENBERGER, A. (Auteur de correspondance), Monet, G. (Co-premier auteur), Maurice, D. (Co-premier auteur), Tcherniatinsky, P. (Co-premier auteur), YAYENDE-GUEDOKA, V. J., Enrico, G. (Co-premier auteur) (2012). Application noyau INRA des Systèmes d'Information des ORE et SOERE.[Application].

Monet, G. ; Uyanik, A. ; Champigneulle, Geometric morphometrics reveals sexual and genotypic dymorphisms in the brown trout. A.Aquatic Living Resources , 2006, 19 : 47-57.

Monet G., Soares  I., 2001. Tracking 48 and 150 MHZ radio-tagged male lake-trout during their spawning migration in a mountain regulated river. Journal of Mountain Ecology, 6, 7-19.