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Dr Guillaume Artigue

Teacher and researcher in hydrology, hydrometeorology and hydrogeology at IMT Mines Alès

Research :

  • Simulating, forecasting and understanding hydrosystems using artificial intelligence, statistics and physically-based modeling for droughts, underground water and floods.
  • Specialized in mediterranean flash flood events.
  • Willing to develop my research towards hydrometeorological coupling.

Teaching :

  • Teaching hydrology, hydrogeology, hydropower production and GIS at IMT Mines Alès

Education and experience :

  • 2006 Geology Bachelor (Montpellier University)
  • 2007 Geology Maîtrise (Montpellier University)
  • 2009 Geography (Natural Hazards and Catastrophes Management) Master (Montpellier University)
  • 2010-2013 Co-founder and consultant hydrology and natural hazards management for Keraunos SAS (Company of the French Observatory of Tornadoes and Severe Storms)
  • 2012 PhD in Hydrology "Flash flood forecasting with neural networks: generalizing to ungauged basins" (Montpellier University)
  • 2013-2017 Scientific and Modeling Manager at Hydrique (Lausanne, Switzerland) - in charge of the enhancement of hydrological forecasts for hydropower production and flood management / Post Doc in Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) on seasonal hydrological forecasts for hydropower production.
  • 2017 Key Account Manager at EPFL Innovation Park
  • 2018- Teacher and Researcher at IMT Mines Alès

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Conference poster1 document

  • Christelle Batiot-Guilhe, Aubin Alliès, Guillaume Artigue, Pierre-Alain Ayral, Vincent Bailly-Comte, et al.. Long term monitoring of a Mediterranean karst system used for water supply. Implication for the characterization and modelling of its dynamics. Case of the Lez karst system (MEDYCYSS Observatory). Eurokarst 2022 - 3rd European Conference on Karst Hydrogeology and Carbonate Reservoirs, Jun 2022, Malaga, Spain. , 2022. ⟨hal-03715027⟩