Polytech Nice Sophia

From 2015 to 2021, I have been lecturing around 312 hours per year (cf. figure below) within the Water Engineering department of Polytech Nice Sophia:

I was the head of the Water department for 3 years (from 2018 to 2021), and the head teacher of the 3th year engineer students from 2015 to 2018 (cf. CV).

I did not teaching in 2021-2021.


In 2019, I was invited to teach hydrology within the Geosciences Master of Université d’État d’Haïti for 2 weeks.

Teaching hydrology in Haïti (Port-au-Prince, January 2019).

Summer school

In 2019, I was invited to a summer school organized within the IMPACTCC action of the Mistrals program. The objective of this summer school was to train participants to the use of Climate Model outputs, basic downscaling methods and bias correction methods for quantifying the impact of climate change.

Within this summer school, I designed and animated two workshops applied on four Mediterranean catchments. These workshops aimed at:

Map of the 4 Mediterranean catchments studied within the two workshops.

Other lectures


I contribute to the ongoing development of airGRteaching, an open-source R package devoted to teach hydrological modeling with the GR rainfall-runoff models.

Projects and tutoring



Since October 2019, a meteorological station is installed at Polytech Nice Sophia, producing data for the students and the community.

Also, a sensor developed by HD Rain was installed close from the meteorological station during the summer 2021. This sensor estimates precipitation thanks to its perturbation on waves coming from TV-satellites.