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Geographic information system (GIS)

2021 · 50h hours · UT2J L3, Toulouse (France)

Introduction to geomatics and GIS with QGIS. FStudents are trained in the research and processing of geographic data. Raster and vector data manipulation, attribute joins, geoprocessing, attribute and spatial queries, SQL language, interpolations, WMS/WFS, statistical mapping, page layout, etc. Introducing OpenStreetMap (how to contribute, download data).

Statistical mapping

2021, 2022 · 75h heures · UT2J L1, Toulouse (France)

Descriptive statistics with Excel, choropleth maps with MAGRIT. Learning of graphic semiology and discretization methods.

Production of several video materials for students during the Covid-19 pandemic (in french) :

Aerial photography and numeric cartography

2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 · 125 hours · UT2J L2, Toulouse (France)

Introduction to remote sensing through the photo-interpretation of IGN aerial photographs. The history of vertical photography (from Nadar to current satellites) is discussed before presenting the photo-interpretation process, the notions of geometric correction of aerial images and the geodesy elements required for the use of a geographic information system (GIS). Students are led to carry out a diachronic mapping of land use and land cover changes of a site of their choice, using QGIS and Inkscape.

Modelling and simulation of changes

2018, 2019 · 6 hours · UT2J M2, Toulouse (France)

Introduction to agent-based modelling. Complexity theory, complex systems and the systemic approach are presented to the students. I then present to the students the agent-based model that I developed during my Master’s degree to study residential choice and social division of space in Marseille. Finally, I guide the students in the step-by-step programming of a Schelling model with the GAMA platform.

Taller SIG y Modelado

2019 · 10 hours · UEA L3, Puyo (Ecuador).

Lectures in Spanish at the Universitad Estatal Amazonica de Puyo: introducing the use of GIS and remote sensing for environmental monitoring, methods for prospective modelling of land use and land cover changes.

Environment, societies, territories

2017, 2018, 2019 · 62 hours · UT2J, L1, Toulouse (France)

Introduction to socio-ecological interactions. Major thematic issues are addressed with students through case studies: global warming, biodiversity, water resources, risk management, etc.

The map: history, uses, commentary

2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 · 150 hours · UT2J L1, Toulouse (France)

Introduction to cartography. The objective is to familiarize students with topographic maps and guide them towards map commentary, from the study of maps at different scales, relating to different types of territories: urban, rural, mountain, coastal, etc.. The evolution of techniques and uses of maps from antiquity to present day is discussed (history of cartography). Finally, a field trip in the streets of Toulouse allows students to make the link between the map and the field and to study the organization of urban space.

Applied learning in geography

2020 · 125 hours · UT2J L1, Toulouse (France)

Presentation of the scientific approach to students: development of a research question and hypotheses, survey methodology (interviews, questionnaires), interpretation, discussion and presentation of results. Learning of academic methods and tools: bibliographic research, citation of references, formatting of documents, creation of visual supports, methodology of essay.