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Didier GRAILLOT

  • Responsabilité et missions

    Current research acti­vi­ties are orien­ted on the desi­gning and the imple­men­ta­tion of new deci­sion sup­port sys­tems in the field of envi­ron­men­tal engi­nee­ring espe­cial­ly water resources mana­ge­ment pro­jects, ground­wa­ter mode­ling , ter­ri­to­rial and indus­trial deve­lop­ment. He is mem­ber of the ICAEM inter­na­tio­nal scien­ti­fic com­mu­ni­ty on Analytic Elements Methods. He is in charge of the scien­ti­fic coor­di­na­tion of research pro­jects, such as regio­nal and natio­nal research pro­grams on inter­ac­tions bet­ween sur­face and ground­wa­ter applied to the Rhône and Cèze rivers (France), in col­la­bo­ra­tion with ZABR and Rhone Mediterranean Corsican French Water Agency (2006−2018). See this pdf from the French Biodiversity Agency on “Interactions nappe/​rivière” in French.

  • Compétences

    Water Sciences Surfacewater/​Groundwater
    Hydrogeology and hydrology
    Soil remediation
    Decision making (ground­wa­ter model­ling, opti­mi­za­tion pro­cesses, multi‐​criteria analysis,)

  • Activités de recherche

    Water Sciences Surfacewater/​Groundwater
    Hydrogeology and hydrology
    Soil remediation
    Decision making (ground­wa­ter model­ling, opti­mi­za­tion pro­cesses, multi‐​criteria analysis,)

  • Enseignement

    Hydrogeology and cli­mate changes
    Groundwater modeling
    Soil reme­dia­tion techniques

  • Biographie

    Professor Didier Graillot is research direc­tor at Mines Saint‐​Etienne in the Centre for Chemical Engineering, depart­ment Processes for the Environment and Georesources. He belongs to the direc­tion team of the UMR 5600 EVS (the Environment City Society) He is invol­ved in the acti­vi­ties of the Rhone Basin Long Term Ecological Research (ZABR) and more par­ti­cu­lar­ly in Climate changes and Resource topics. Didier Graillot is revie­wer for « Journal of Hydrology », « revue Internationale de Géomatique” and “Environmental Modeling Software”. He was mem­ber of the scien­ti­fic com­mit­tee of the inter­na­tio­nal Is Rivers confe­rence 2015.

  • Formation

    Master in Hydrogeology University of Montpellier 1981
    Ph D. in Applied Geology University of Montpellier 1983
    Ph.D ès Sciences University of Montpellier 1986