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Scientific committee
Data, Techniques and Models
for Development (CSS5)


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Last update: jan. 2019

Summary :

Nature and aim of the committee (in short)
What's new: new scientists and problematics integrating the committee 2016-2018
Misc.: useful information collected here and there

Nature and aim of the committee (in short)

CSS5 is a french sectoral scientific commission of the IRD (Inst. Res. Dev.)

CSS5 members are involved in quantitative methods of modelling and observation : data collection, data processing, technique focus, modelling, simulation, archiving and data durability, computer science, mathematics, statistics, econometrics, signal physics, and other numerous developments of the kind; all beeing applied researches on complex systems of importance in and for developping countries.

The main prerogative of the scientific committee is to value and provide advices on IRD people, projects and scientific strategy given its realm of competency (access here to CSS5 institutional page).

One second aim of CSS5 (e.g., this web site) is to promote, stimulate, facilitate, enhance... quality research and communication within its field of competencies.

What's new: New scientists and problematics integrating the committee 2016-2018

Session 2018

  • Ramsès Djidjou Demasse on data and models for antibiotic resistance control(get his profile)
  • Nils Poulicard onmodelling evolution of microorganisms associated with tropical plants(get his profile)
  • Frédéric Satgé on remote sensing approaches of anthropogenic impact on water resources(get his profile)

    Session 2017

    • Senior scientist :
      • Olivier Maury on end-to-end modelling of tropical pelagic socio-ecosystems (get his profile)
    • Sylvain Ferrant on multi-scale coupling of models and teledetection data  (get his profile)
    • Amandine Gasc on biodiversity study based on soundscapes analyses (get her profile)
    • Jordi Landier on accelerating malaria eradication in West Africa (get his profile)

    Session 2016

    • Basile Hector on hyper-resolved modelling of the water cycle in West Africa (get his profile)
    • Manuela Capello on indicators and coupling models on epipelagic fisheries (get her profile)
    • Louise Brousseau on bioGenomics, BioStatistics, Ecology and Evolution (get her profile)

  • Misc.: useful information collected here and there

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