ETH Zurich, Earth Sciences dpt.
Lecturer, Hydrosphere, Bsc, Fall semester 2016
Oregon State University
Assistant lecturer for Vadose zone and environmental sensing courses, Msc
University of Rennes, Earth Sciences
Assistant lecturer for Physical Hydro(geo)logy, Bsc and Msc
Multidisciplinary field workshops
Professional project for students
Supervision of graduate students
Jonathan Groble, ETHZ, graduate student (since 11/2016)
Hydrogeological and mechanical model of a compound rockslide (Cerentino Rockslide, Ticino).
Alexandra Kaelin, ETHZ, graduate student (since 11/2016)
Hydrological modeling of the Turkana basin (Kenya and Ethiopia).
Noud Kuilder, ETHZ, graduate student (since 11/2016)
Effects of heterogeneities on the flow of shear-thinning fluids through 2D porous media.
Elisabeth Jachens, Oregon State University, graduate student (since 03/2016)
Stream flow Recession in mountainous regions.
Jacob Kollen, Oregon State University, graduate student (2015/2016)
Investigating evapotranspiration rate through diurnal groundwater fluctuations.
Alexander Mc Carthy, Oregon State University, graduate student (2015/2016)
Coupled flow, transport and reactive modelling of nitrate in pumping condition.
Aurore Réfloch, University of Rennes 1, graduate student (01-06/2014)
Consideration of bedrock aquifers in a national hydrogeological modelling project.
Klervia Porcu, University of Rennes 1, graduate student (01-06/2013)
Fractured aquifer assessment using geochemistry and groundwater datasets, Plancoët.
Amandine Kehil, University of Rennes 1, graduate student (01-06/2012)
Understanding fractured aquifer systems and their behaviour using applied geophysics (Saint-Brice en Coglès experimental site). Amandine has continued her academic career with a PhD at the University of Bordeaux in applied geophysics.
Tatiana Ratsimihara, BRGM, graduate student (03-07/2010)
Study of saline intrusion in karst aquifers of Guadeloupe Island. Tatiana is currently involved in a engineer position at BRGM (Guadeloupe).