Bienvenue sur le site du Laboratoire d'écohydrologie

Le laboratoire ECHO a été créé en 2008 sous la direction du Prof. Andrea RINALDO.

Il a remplacé le laboratoire HYDRAM.

Les tavaux de recherche menés au laboratoire ECHO se concentrent sur l’interface entre l’hydrologie, la géomorphologie et l’écologie. L’objectif est d’établir une théorie générale en utilisant un ensemble d’analyses intégrées. Plus d'information

ACTUALITES

Modéliser la propagation d’épidémies en temps réel

INRS Université de recherche: Un éminent chercheur en visite à l’INRS, le professeur Andrea Rinaldo. 22 juillet 2016 // par Gisèle Bolduc.

  

The PNAS podcast program.

Andrea Rinaldo explains how cell phone data can be used to model disease spread.

Modeling disease spread. (mp3)

Modeling disease spread. (Transcript pdf)

 

Von Grippe bis Ebola: Oft ist es schwierig, die Ausbreitung von Infektionskrankheiten vorherzusagen. Schweizer Forscher zeigen, dass Handydaten dabei helfen können. Und es gibt weitere Methoden.

Epidemie-Prognose mit Handydaten (SWR2)

 

Publication récentes

2017

A reduced order model-based preconditioner for the efficient solution of transient diffusion equations.

D. Pasetto, M. Ferronato and M. Putti.

accepted in International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2017.

2016

Climate-driven endemic cholera is modulated by human mobility in a megacity.

J. Perez-Saez, A. A. King, A. Rinaldo, M. Yunus, A. S. G. Faruque and M. Pascual.

accepted in Advances in Water Resources, 2016.

Multiresponse modeling of variably saturated flow and isotope tracer transport for a hillslope experiment at the Landscape Evolution Observatory.

C. Scudeler, L. Pangle, D. Pasetto, G.-Y. Niu, T. Volkmann, C. Paniconi, M. Putti and P. Troch.

in Hydrology And Earth System Sciences, vol. 20, num. 10, p. 4061-4078, 2016.

An epidemiological model for proliferative kidney disease in salmonid populations.

L. Carraro, L. Mari, H. Hartikainen, N. Strepparava, T. Wahli, J. Jokela, M. Gatto, A. Rinaldo and E. Bertuzzo.

in Parasites & Vectors, vol. 9, p. 487, 2016.

Statistical characterization of spatiotemporal sediment dynamics in the Venice lagoon.

L. Carniello, A. D'Alpaos, G. Botter and A. Rinaldo.

in Journal Of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, vol. 121, num. 5, p. 1049-1064, 2016.

Real-time projections of cholera outbreaks through data assimilation and rainfall forecasting.

D. Pasetto, F. Finger, A. Rinaldo and E. Bertuzzo.

in Advances in Water Resources, 2016.

Reply to comment by Porporato and Calabrese on "Storage selection functions: A coherent framework for quantifying how catchments store and release water and solutes''.

A. Rinaldo, P. Benettin, C. J. Harman, M. Hrachowitz, K. J. Mcguire, Y. Van Der Velde, E. Bertuzzo and G. Botter.

in Water Resources Research, vol. 52, num. 1, p. 616-618, 2016.

Field study on drainage densities and rescaled width functions in a high‐altitude alpine catchment.

R. Mutzner, P. Tarolli, G. Sofia, M. B. Parlange and A. Rinaldo.

in Hydrological Processes, vol. 30, num. 13, p. 2138-2152, 2016.

Hydrology and density feedbacks control the ecology of intermediate hosts of schistosomiasis across habitats in seasonal climates.

J. Perez-Saez, T. Mande, N. Ceperley, E. Bertuzzo, L. Mari, M. Gatto and A. Rinaldo.

in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, p. 201602251, 2016.

Mobile phone data highlights the role of mass gatherings in the spreading of cholera outbreaks.

F. Finger, T. Genolet, L. Mari, G. C. de Magny, N. M. Manga, A. Rinaldo and E. Bertuzzo.

in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 113, num. 23, p. 6421–6426, 2016.

Transit times-the link between hydrology and water quality at the catchment scale.

M. Hrachowitz, P. Benettin, B. M. Van Breukelen, O. Fovet, N. J. K. Howden, L. Ruiz, Y. Van Der Velde and A. J. Wade.

in Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 2016.

Geomorphic controls on elevational gradients of species richness.

E. Bertuzzo, F. Carrara, L. Mari, F. Altermatt, I. Rodriguez-Iturbe and A. Rinaldo.

in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, p. 201518922, 2016.