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 29000 Quimper - France

Ingénieur

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    Ingénieur, chargé du développement informatique dans les domaines de la réalité virtuelle, des Systèmes d'Information Géographique et de la modélisation spatiale au sein du laboratoire de Physique des Surfaces Naturelles, Génie Rural et Spatialisation Numérique, Agrocampus Rennes.

Distinction

2003 Prix aux 5ème rencontres internationales de la réalité virtuelle de Laval, catégorie Design industriel et simulation.

 

See also

Sélection de publications

 
Aurousseau P. and Squividant H. - Use of tree and graph structures for computation or modelling of derived variables in Digital Elevation Model software. Computers & Geosciences. 1996.
Aurousseau P., Gascuel-Odoux C., Squividant H., Méthode d’évaluation d’un risque parcellaire pour la contamination des eaux superficielles par les pesticides. Etude et gestion des sols, 5, 143-156. 1998.
Mérot P., Squividant H., Aurousseau P., Hefting M.., Burt T., Maitre V., Kruk M., Butturini A., Thenail C, Viaud V. : Testing a climato-topographic index for predicting wetlands distribution along an European climate gradient. Ecological Modelling, 163, 51-71, 2003.
Florent Tortrat and Pierre Aurousseau and Hervé Squividant and Chantal Gascuel-Odoux and Marie-Odile Cordier. Modèle numérique d'Altitude (MNA) et spatialisation des transferts de surface : utilisation de structures d'arbres reliant les exutoires de parcelles et leurs surfaces contributives, Journal Bulletin SFPT , Vol. 172 , 128--136 , 2004.
Saby N., Schvartz C., Walter C., Arrouays D., Lemercier B., Roland N., Squividant H., Base de Données des Analyses de Terre : Procédure de collecte et résultats de la campagne 1995-2000. Etude et Gestion des Sols, 11,3, 235-253. 2004