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HASSOUNA Mélynda

Hassouna

Research Team : ASAE

 Researcher at  Laboratory of Soil; Agro and hydrosystems; Spatialization (UMR1069)
 Department of Environment and Agronomy (DepEA)
 French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA)
 65; route de Saint-Brieuc
 CS 84215
 F-35042 Rennes cedex;

France

 Phone) 33 (0) 2-2348-5226 Fax) 33 (0) 2-2348-5430

 E-mail: hassouna@rennes.inra.fr

EDUCATION

  

Degree

Institute

Ph.D.

2000

University of sciences and technologies (Lille) ; « Molecular physics »
 (Title: Application of the laser photolysis for spectroscopy and kinetic studies of radicals (CBr, HCB, C2H3O, C3H5O).

 M.S.

1996

University of sciences and technologies (Lille) ; «Lasers; Molecules and Atmospheric Transfers».
 (Title: Rotational Spectrum of CH3O by Kinetic Microwave spectroscopy)

  

AREAS OF STUDY

 

  • Influence of biological regulations on the determinism of gaseous emissions; heat production and change of phase or speciation: nature of the causal variables; hierarchy of the variables as a function of process; environment; scale
  • Optimization of animal productions for food or non-food uses: minimization of solid; liquid and gaseous pollution by maximizing the recycling of byproducts; minimization of energy; water and nutrient inputs at farm scale (modeling).
  • Development of measurement methods to quantify gaseous emissions from livestock buildings and manure management facilities.

  

EMPLOYMENT

2002- 2010

Researcher

Laboratory of Soil; Agro and hydrosystems; Spatialization;
INRA Research Center of Rennes; France
Control of heat and gas emissions in animal houses; and in biological effluent management systems.
Chair of the organizing and scientific committee of the international symposium on Emissions of gas and dust from livestock (EMILI 2012)

2000- 2001

Assistant professor

Laboratory of Physics; Lasers; Molecules and Surface
University of Rennes; France.
Experimental evaluation of the recombination rate of cations formed from fluoranthene.