Summer School 2015 – Organizing committee

Laurent AUBRY Laurent AUBRY
 Trajectoires (UMR 8215)

A specialist in geophysical surveying and the application of geomatics to archeology, Laurent AUBRY was appointed to the CNRS as an engineer in 2003. He is currently a member of the ‘Trajectories’ mixed research group (UMR8215 Trajectoires) where he is involved in research programmes on sedentarisation phenomena and the emergence of the first states. His skills range from the acquisition of field data (geophysical surveying using electrical restivity, topography, GPS) and their modelling (RDBMS, digital) to their analysis and cartographic representation (spatial analysis, cartography). His interest is currently focused on photogrammetry and the potential it offers in archeological research and in his laboratory’s research fields.



 LGP : Laboratoire de Géographie Physique (UMR 8591)

Daniel BRUNSTEIN embarked on his career in geomatics in 1992 through his involvement in the development of a decision support tool for land clearance for agricultural purposesat the Cemagref research institute. He then completed his doctorate on hydrosystems and systems of scales at the PIREN-Seine research group. In 1999 he was appointed to the Laboratory of Physical Geography at the CNRS where he developed the GIS of the laboratory’s different teams. He is involved in research programmes focusing on the study of hydrosystems (Loire, Amazonia, Niger and Siberia), risk (tellurgic and mountain) and paleo-environmental programmes (Holocene deglaciation, evolution of alluvial plains, obsidian diffusion in Mesopotamia).


 LAMOP : LAboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris (UMR 8589)

Hélène Noizet has been a lecturer in medieval history at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and a member of the LAMOP (Laboratoire de médiévistique occidentale de Paris) since 2005. Having previously worked on the role of ecclesiastic communities in Tours and their influence on the structuring of the urban space, she has been working on the city of Paris in the Middle Ages since 2006. A coordinator with the ALPAGE project (Diachronic analysis of the Paris urban area: a geomatic approach), she applies geomatics to the analysis of urban morphology in interaction with social practices based on plot maps: How do the social practices and representations of the Middle Ages translate into the formal devices/apparatus (road network, plot, building) transmitted in the registers of the 19th and 20th centuries?


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