Team MERE

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Section: Dissemination

Teaching

In October, the team has organized with the help of the educative support of INRA, a one week researcher school at La Grande Motte (France) on “mathematical modeling for microbial ecology” with a particular emphasis on dynamical systems. The aim of the school was to gather micro-biologists and mathematicians interested in modeling microbial ecosystems of particular interests in agronomy (waste-water, soil, digestion, fermentation, ...). It has been financially supported by INRA.

A. Rapaport has given lectures on operational research at Polytech'Montpellier (50h).

A. Rapaport is in charge of a two-weeks lecture “Mathématiques pour la gestion de ressources renouvelables” at Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Agronomie de Montpellier. J. Harmand and A. Rapaport deliver each year several lectures and training periods on modeling, estimation and control of bio-systems.

F. Campillo gave a course on “Markov models, hidden Markov models, filtering and particle filtering” at Université de Sud Toulon–Var, within the Master's degree “Mathématiques (Filtrage et traitement des données)” and the Master's degree “Sciences et Technologies (Sciences de la mer, environnement, systèmes)” (24 hours).

The team was invited to write a paper in the wide audience scientific for Interstice [Oops!] . See the web page http://interstices.info/depollution .


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