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Coordination

In order to respond effectively to all aspects of a project of this magnitude, the Graduate School H2O'Lyon relies on five committees whose roles and responsibilities are clearly defined.

Steering Committee


The steering committee consists of the main coordinator Christophe Douady and two co-coordinators, Sylvie Barraud et Hervé Piégay.
It meets once a month.

Christophe DOUADY
Main Coordinator of H2O'Lyon
Head of UMR 5023 LEHNA
University Claude Bernard Lyon 1
Sylvie BARRAUD
Co-coordinator of H2O'Lyon
Head of GCU Department
INSA Lyon
Hervé PIEGAY
Co-coordinator of H2O'Lyon
Research Director, UMR 5600 EVS
CNRS, ENS Lyon

Graduate School Council

The council meets once a month.
It is responsible for the overall coordination of the Graduate School, operational management, and the implementation, analysis and self-evaluation of actions.
It is made up of the three members of the Steering Committee and:

► GRADUATE SCHOOL COUNCIL

  Full members   Alternates
  • Sandrine Charles, LBBE, predictive modelling and ecotoxicology
  • Benoît Cournoyer, LEM, microbial ecology
  • Jérémie Riquier, EVS, fluvial geomorphology
  • Victoria Chiu, EVS, environmental law
  • Nicolas Jacob-Rousseau, Archéorient, environmental geography
  • Thierry Winiarsky, LEHNA, geography & environmental hydrogeology
  • Sara Pujalon, LEHNA, plant ecology, wetlands, eco-hydraulics
  • Laurent Simon, LEHNA, biogeochemistry - isotope ecology
  • Natacha Gondra, EVS, environmental assessment
  • Emmanuel Mignot, LMFA, fluid mechanics
  • Emmanuelle Vulliet, ISA, physico-chemical analyses
  • Xavier Le Roux, LEM, microbial ecology ,
  • Thierry Joliveau, EVS, geomatics
  • Mathieu Fressard, EVS, soil erosion,
  • Yves-François Le Lay, EVS, social geography,
  • Jean-Michel Olivier, LEHNA, fluvial ecology & ecological restoration
  • Jean-Philippe Bedell, LEHNA, plant ecology, sediments, artificial wetlands, stormwater infiltration basins
  • Marina Coquery, INRAE RiverLy, ecohydrology
  • Claudia Cogne, LAGEP, process engineering
  • Gislain Lipeme Kouyi, DEEP, hydraulics/urban hydrology



► MASTER COORDINATORS

  Full members   Alternates
  •  Norbert Landon, Master Water Sciences, IREMIR COGEVAL'EAU
  •  Bernard Clément, ENTPE, RISPOL CELVN



► DOCTORAL SCHOOLS COORDINATORS

  Full member   Alternate
  •  Christian Montes, ED 483, Social Sciences of Lyon (ScSo)
  •  Philippe Normand, ED 341, Evolution Ecosystems Microbiology Modelling (E2M2)



► CONTINUE EDUCATION COORDINATOR

  Full member  
  •  Agnès Richaume-Jolion, Master Risk & Environment, SEIU et ERIU
 



► INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COORDINATORS

  Full member   Alternate
  •  Jean-Luc Bertrand-Krajewski, laboratory DEEP, urban hydrology
  •  Gilles Pinay, EVS, watershed biochemistry



► SOCIO-ECONOMIC PARTNERS COORDINATORS

  Full member   Alternate
  •  Elodie Brelot, GRAIE, Director
  •  Anne Clémens, GRAIE, Deputy Director

Institutional Committee

It brings together the various representatives of the supervisory authorities.
It meets twice a year. The institutional committee validates the strategic choices and decision-making of the Graduate School with regard to the development of the Lyon-Saint-Etienne university community, from an academic and research point of view.

 

International Scientific Advisory Board

It consists of 9 internationally recognized scientists.
It meets once a year. The role of the International Scientific Advisory Board is to guide the members of the steering committee in the scientific priorities and training actions to be undertaken.

 

              
Isabelle Durance
Water Ecology
Cardiff University
United Kingdom
Nancy Grimm
Urban Ecology
Arizona State University
United States
Louis Gross
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
University of Tennessee
United States
Helmut Habersack
Hydraulics
University BOKU, Vienna
Austria
Rolf David Vogt
Environmental Chemistry
University of Oslo
Norway

 

          
 
Peter Steen Mikkelsen
Hydrology
Technical University of Denmark
Denmark
Mathias Kondolf
Geomorphology
University of California Berkeley
United States
Eva Lindström
Microbiology
University of Uppsala
Sweden
Géraldine Pflieger
Humanities & Social Sciences
University of Geneva
Switzerland


 

Committee of Socio-Economic Partners

The coordination of the practitioners' committee is ensured by the GRAIE.
This committee has ten members from the professional world (companies, local authorities, associations, etc.).
They meet at least once a year and participate in the co-construction of the training programme by proposing and implementing actions that interact with their professional activity.