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Bruno Tassin

Bruno Tassin is a senior scientist, Professor in urban hydrology at Ecole des ponts ParisTech in LEESU (Water, Environment, and Urban Systems laboratory). He is also in charge of a Master Programme : “Hydrosystems and Water management” organised by Ecole des ponts ParisTech, Paris-Est Créteil University and Paris-Diderot University. He is graduated from Ecole des ponts in civil engineering and prepared a PhD on the mathematical modelling of the water quality of the lake of Geneva.

During the first 15 years or is research activities he worked on the physical and biogeochemical monitoring and modelling of lakes recovering from eutrophication, especially on Lake Bourget (France). He developed multiscale approaches from the turbulence scale to basin wide scale in order to analyse the interactions between the physical and the biogeochemical behaviour of large lakes, especially algal blooms. This approaches has been transferred to meromictic lakes, like Lake Pavin (France). lakes.

After his habilitation diploma (2003), his research activities moved to the analysis of water quality in urban environments and its interaction with new water management approaches transferring the methodology developed on lakes ecosystems to urban hydrosystems. His interests focus particularly on the modelling of the water quality or urban runoff, the analysis of sources and fluxes in complex environment of micropollutants, the basin-scale consequences of the development of Best Management Practices for runoff control and the historical analysis of urban pollution on using sediment cores.

In 2013, he started developing research activities on microplastics in urban environments, from atmospheric fallouts to receiving systems.

"Briac Le Vu"   

Conference papers3 documents

  • Catherine Freissinet, Agnès Cabal, Aurélien Perrin, Stéphane Duflo, Jean-François Humbert, et al.. First real-time monitoring system of fresh-water phytoplanctonic microorganisms: the PROLIPHYC system - Application to Grangent reservoir on the Loire river (France) - Le premier système de surveillance en temps réel des micro-organismes phytoplanctoniques en eaux douces : le système PROLIPHYC - Application à la retenue de Grangent sur la Loire (France). International Symposium on Dams for A Changing World (ICOLD 2012 Kyoto), 2012, Kyoto, Japon. p 249-271, article Q. 92 - R. 18. ⟨hal-00817820⟩
  • Talita Silva, Brigitte Vinçon-Leite, Bruno J. Lemaire, Briac Le Vu, Catherine Quiblier, et al.. High-frequency monitoring and modelling of cyanobacteria dynamics in urban lakes: Application of new approaches in Lake Enghien (France) and Lake Pampulha (Brazil). 2nd IWA Symposium on Lake and Reservoir Management: Sustainable Approaches to Enhance Water Quality, Jun 2011, Granada, Spain. ⟨hal-00675581⟩
  • Brigitte Vinçon-Leite, Briac Le Vu, Bruno J. Lemaire, Talita Silva, Bruno Tassin. Surveillance en temps réel de la qualité de l'eau des milieux récepteurs. Journées Franco-Brésiliennes en Hydrologie urbaine, 2010, Paris, France. ⟨hal-00758446⟩

Poster communications2 documents

  • Talita Silva, Brigitte Vinçon-Leite, Bruno J. Lemaire, Briac Le Vu, Catherine Quiblier, et al.. Water Quality in urban lakes: from continuous monitoring to forecasting. Application to cyanobacteria dynamics in Lake Enghien (France). European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2011, Apr 2011, Viena, Austria. 2011. ⟨hal-00674652⟩
  • Talita Silva, Brigitte Vinçon-Leite, Bruno J. Lemaire, Briac Le Vu, Nicholas Escoffier, et al.. Modelling cyanobacteria blooms in urban lakes. Application to Lake of Enghien-les-Bains.. Secondes Journées Internationales de Limnologie, Oct 2010, Thonon-les-Bains, France. ⟨hal-00674654⟩