The conferences will be held in the Louis Guillaume Aula – F200 (excepted John Doherty's conference in F-100), UniMail, Rue Emile Argand 11, 2000 Neuchâtel, from 16:15 to 17:00.

  Date   Titre   Intervenant  Webex online
05.10.2023 Comprendre l'impact de l'activité minière passée sur la qualité de l'eau : exemple du bassin ferrifère lorrain Pauline Collon (Thursday seminar) https://unine.webex.com/meet/philippe.renard
09.10.2023 Field Trip. No seminar    
16.10.2023 Hydrogeological borehole testing from an industry perspective Matthias Willmann https://unine.webex.com/meet/philip.brunner
23.10.2023 The versatility and power of numerical modeling Guy Simpson https://unine.webex.com/meet/stephen.miller
30.10.2023 Aftershocks sequences in Greece explained by nonlinear diffusion models Gaëlle Toussaint https://unine.webex.com/meet/stephen.miller
06.11.2023 Needed: An Intellectual Structure for Assessing Appropriate Model-Complexity John Doherty https://unine.webex.com/meet/philip.brunner
16.11.2023 Old problems, new approach: Applications of Ensemble-Tree Machine Learning to Hydrogeology

Ken Belitz    (Thursday Seminar)

20.11.2023 Groundwater levels and climate change - are we losing water? Jan Fleckenstein https://unine.webex.com/meet/philip.brunner
27.11.2023 Nature-based solutions in water and hydraulic engineering: opportunities and challenges Paulo Perona https://unine.webex.com/meet/philip.brunner
04.12.2023 Data space inversion for efficient uncertainty quantification with complex models Hugo Delottier https://unine.webex.com/meet/philip.brunner
11.12.2023 Télétransmission sur batterie pour applications hydrogéologiques de terrain Gilles Vuillemez (Tétrahèdre ) https://unine.webex.com/meet/benoit.valley
18.12.2023 TBD    

Conference John Doherty

The Centre for Hydrogeology and Geothermics is delighted to welcome Dr. John Doherty, the author of PEST, who will receive the title of Dr honoris causa from the University of Neuchâtel for his outstanding work in the field of hydrogeology.

As part of this celebration, he will give a lecture on Monday, November 6, at 4.15pm, in the Aula UniMail F-100 (Rue Emile Argand 11, CH-2000 Neuchâtel). The title of his presentation is: "Needed: An Intellectual Structure for Assessing Appropriate Model-Complexity"

The conference will be followed by an aperitif. You are cordially invited to take part in this event by registering on the following link: https://forms.gle/4HjKoHtTCZ2WBozZ6. Please confirm your participation before October 27.

The seminar can also be followed online: https://unine.webex.com/meet/philip.brunner