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Dr. Sébastien Pinel

Remote sensing, Hydrology, Hydrodynamics, Modeling, Data analyzing

My research focuses on the synergistic use of mathematics, remote sensing, GIS, in situ data collection and modeling techniques (physical or statistics) to characterize and monitor landscape structure, ecosystem processes and land-use changes in wetlands.

If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only because they do not realize how complicated life is.


Associate Professor at UPVD – CEFREM
Research fields: Geosciences, remote sensing, hydrology, hydrodynamics, data analyst and modeling
Teaching: data sciences and statistics


Research engineer –Centre of Education and Research on Mediterranean Environments (UPVD/CEFREM)
Relation between mesocale marine circulation and local rain in the Gulf of Lion


Non-tenure assistant professor –Centre of Education and Research on Mediterranean Environments (UPVD/CEFREM)
Hydrodynamic and sediment transport modeling
Teaching of statistics


Post-doctoral position — Laboratory of industrial environment Engineering (IMT/LGEI, Alès, Fr.)
Peatlands contribution to the support of low-water: statistical analysis and modeling by artificial neural networks.


Research engineer — Research Institute for the Development
(IRD/UMR Espace-Dev, Montpellier, Fr.)
Hydrodynamics modeling; water zone detection by radar imagery.

I like challenges, without fear of failing and succeeding.

Somewhere in geosciences