Lynda Bellalite

Research topics Transport, accidentology, road safety, sustainable transport, urban and regional planning, spatial planning, sustainable development Email Lynda.Bellalite@usherbrooke.ca Current projects Sustainable mobility indicators Publications RAC Harirforoush H and Bellalite L (2016) A New Integrated GIS-based Analysis to Detect Hotspots : A Case Study of the City of Sherbrooke. Accident Analysis and Prevention (accepté) Ha...

Goze Bertin Bénié

Research topics Geodetic sciences and remote sensing are my first specialties. Over the years, I have also developed expertise in fields such as environmental geomatics, as well as the extraction and classification of information from satellite images. In addition, I am involved in spatial modelling and the development of conceptual models and prototypes of geographic information systems (GIS). I also have strong interests in health geomatics i...

Yacine Bouroubi

Research topics I have more than twenty years of research experience in the field of digital image processing applied to different topics in geomatics sciences. My main research focus as a professor of image processing is the application of artificial intelligence techniques to very high resolution satellite images, as well as ultra-high resolution aerial images (acquired by drones). I also have expertise in precision agriculture. My other area...

Richard Fournier

Research topics My research work focuses on the remote sensing of natural plant ecosystems such as forests and wetlands. My main focus is the development of tools for the analysis of 3D data from terrestrial LiDAR in the context of forest inventories (LiDAR is particularly well suited to measure parameters that are otherwise difficult to obtain). I am also looking to improve the ability to measure forest cover with airborne LiDAR and other remote sens...

Yannick Huot

Research topicsI am an oceanographer whose research focuses on phytoplankton ecophysiology, as well as ocean optics and remote sensing. Their main objective is to understand the interaction between phytoplankton and their environment. So I work at sea and in the laboratory, using numerical models. Finally, in addition to these passions, I am more and more interested in limnology. Email Yannick.Huot@USherbrooke.ca Google Scholar https://...

Alexandre Langlois

Research topicsMy fields of study are mainly geophysics and remote sensing for monitoring natural hazards in a changing environment. My main focus is on the polar regions where my studies attempt to establish the complex links between human activity, climate change and associated natural hazards. I try to see the evolution of these risks in the long term using models by integrating field measurements.   EmailAlexandre.Langlois2@USherbrooke.ca ...