Emmanuel Hanert

Emmanuel Hanert is reseacher and professor at the Université Catholique de Louvain in Environmental Modelling at the Earth and Life Institute, and associate editor for Elseiver’s Ocean Modelling. His research works are specialized in complex environmental modelling and ice-ocean model, his main research fields are stochastic modelling of complex systems and multi-scale models of environmental and geophysical flows. He is member of the SLIM project (Second-generation Louvain-la-Neuve Ice-ocean Model) and one of the researchers who did the simulation of Honshu tsunami propagation across the Pacific that hit Japan on March 2011. During ResearchTalks Vol.1, he presented with Vincent Legat their results (title: “Simulation numérique de tsunami et de l’océan avec le modèle SLIM”). The goal was to demonstrate that such a simulation would allow to set up an alert system to predict the second phase of a tsunami, in this case, its intensity and direction.

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