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Ingénieurs/chercheurs
Branger

Flora BRANGER

Responsable de l'équipe
Chercheur en modélisation hydrologique spatialisée

braud

Isabelle BRAUD

Directrice de recherche en hydrologie spatialisée et processus hydrologiques

breil

Pascal BREIL

Chercheur en EcoHydrologie

langmichel

Michel LANG

Ingénieur-chercheur senior en hydrologie statistique

leblois

Étienne LEBLOIS

Ingénieur-chercheur en hydrologie

marcais

Jean MARÇAIS

Ingénieur-chercheur en hydrologie

poulard

Christine POULARD

Ingénieur-chercheur en hydrologie et gestion des inondations sur le bassin versant

Renard

Benjamin RENARD

Chargé de recherche en hydrologie statistique

sauquet

Éric SAUQUET

Directeur de recherche en hydrologie

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Jean-Philippe VIDAL

Chargé de recherche en hydroclimatologie

Doctorants
jordi.bolibar

Jordi BOLIBAR

Estimation des contributions glaciaires aux apports hydrologiques sur le bassin versant du Rhône
Encadrant : Eric Sauquet (UR RiverLy, HYBV)
École doctorale : Terre, Univers, Environnement (TUE)

HORNER

Ivan HORNER

Evaluation-diagnostic de modèles distribués à l’aide de signatures hydrologiques: construction d’une méthodologie multi-échelles incorporant les incertitudes de mesure.
Encadrants : Flora Branger, RiverLy, HyBV ; Olivier Vannier, CNR
École Doctorale: ED105, Terre Univers Environnement, Université de Grenoble Alpes

HUANG

Peng HUANG

Un cadre méthodologique pour l’appréciation des vulnérabilités des modes de gestion des réserves sous changement global – Application au lac de l’Oule (Pyrénées)
Encadrants : E. Sauquet et J.P. Vidal (Irstea RiverLy HyBV )
École Doctorale: ED105, terre-Univers-Environnement, Université de Grenoble Alpes

mathieu_lucas

Mathieu LUCAS

Réanalyse historique des débits du Rhône à Beaucaire : crues extrêmes et variabilité climatique.
Encadrant : Michel Lang
École doctorale : 162 - Mécanique - Energétique - Génie Civil - Acoustique (MEGA)

POPHILLAT

William POPHILLAT

Conséquences d’une systématisation des pratiques d’infiltration à la parcelle des pluies courantes à l’échelle du quartier – Apports de la modélisation intégrée
Encadrants : I. Braud (RiverLy HyBV), J. Sage (CEREMA), F. Rodriguez (Iffstar)
École Doctorale: ED105 Terre, Univers, Environnement, Université de Grenoble Alpes

RICHARD

Bastien RICHARD

Couplage entre modélisation agents et modélisation hydrologique distribuée pour évaluer l’impact des adaptations individuelles sur un hydrosystème. Application au bassin du Buëch
Encadrants : O. Barreteau (UMR G-EAU) et I. Braud (UR RiverLy, HyBV)
École Doctorale: ED581 ABIES, AgroParisTech

Agents contractuels
bonneau

Jérémie BONNEAU

Post-doctorant en modélisation hydrologique

kuppel

Sylvain KUPPEL

Post-doctorant en modélisation de la zone critique pour l'IR OZCAR