Thèses soutenues de 2014 à 2019

FASNACHT Laurent, 2019. Short-wave infrared hyperspectral imaging of minerals

MALARD Arnauld, 2018. Hydrogeological characterization of karst aquifers in Switzerland using a pragmatic approach

SOHRABI ZADEH Reza, 2018. High performance computing for hydrothermal systems or geothermal reservoirs using MULTI-GPU technology : Application to the Lusi geyser system in Java, Indonesia

JANSEN Gunnar, 2018. Modeling heat and fluid flow in discrete fracture networks: application to fluid-driven seismicity and engineered geothermal systems

BRETZLER Anja Maria, 2018. Geogenic arsenic in groundwater of Burkina Faso

CARLIER Claire, 2018. Hydrogeological and topographical controls on catchment dynamics and their implications for low flows

GIANNI Guillaume, 2018. Numerical simulations and uncertainty analysis for assessing spatial and temporal dynamics in alluvial river-aquifer systems: an application in the context of the 3rd Rhône River Correction

VUILLEUMIER Cécile, 2018. Hydraulics and sedimentary processes in the karst aquifer of Milandre (Jura Mountains, Switzerland)

MAQUEDA Axaycatl, 2017. Process based modeling of the karstification processes in the region of Tulum, Mexico

SCHILLING Oliver S., 2017. Advances in characterizing surface water-groundwater interactions : combining unconventional data with complex, fully-integrated models

WANNER Philipp, 2016. Isotope fractionation due to diffusion and sorption of chlorinated hydrocarbons and its implications for identifying reactive processes in aquifer-aquitard systems

HENDRICK Martin, 2016. Scaling behaviours of karst networks around Tulum (Mexico): characterization, model and application

RONGIER Guillaume, 2016. Connectivity of channelized sedimentary bodies : analysis and simulation strategies in subsurface modeling

GHASEMIZADE Mehdi, 2016. Model complexity and diagnostic-tool based analyses of integrated and physically based models

BASSO Stefano, 2016. The role of flow regimes for sediment transport and flooding potential of river catchments

BADIN Alice, 2015. Application of carbon-chlorine isotopic analysis to determine the origin and fate of chlorinated ethenes in groundwater

BLANDENIER Lucien, 2015. Recharge quantification and continental freshwater lens dynamics in arid regions: application to the Merti aquifer (eastern Kenya)

DOULATYARI Behnam, 2015. Analytical modeling of reach-scale and network-scale dynamics of flow regimes

DEMAN Grégory, 2015. Uncertainty propagation and global sensitivity analysis in multi-layered hydrogeological models of flow and lifetime expectancy

CHITTOOR VISWANATHAN Vidhya, 2015. Effect of river restoration and hydrological changes on surface water quality – River reach-scale to catchment-scale study

ORIANI Fabio, 2015. Stochastic simulation of rainfall and climate variables using the direct sampling technique

ALTWEGG Pierrick, 2014. Gravimetry for geothermal exploration : methodology, computer programs and two case studies in the Swiss Molasse Basin

VON FREYBERG Jana, 2014. Groundwater dynamics and streamflow generation in a mountainous headwater catchment

KURTH Anne-Marie, 2014. Investigation of groundwater-surface water interactions with distributed temperature sensing (DTS)

PIROT Guillaume, 2014. Stochastic heterogeneity modeling of braided river aquifer

BABIC Domagoj, 2014. Gas supersaturation, 222Rn and CO2 as tracers in karst water

THÜLER Lorienne, 2014. Estimation et cartographie de la vulnérabilité des aquifères en milieu forestier

MÖCK Christian, 2014. Evaluating the effect of climate change on groundwater resources: from local to catchment scale