ENIT Engineering students in Kamech (OMERE)

ENIT Engineering students in Kamech (OMERE)

Training support
Year : 2022
Topic : Training on piezometric measurements

Welcomed by the OMERE team (Jérôme Molénat, Radhouane Hamdi, Pierre Carlevaris and Kilani Ben Azzez), 15 students of the Master’s degree in Hydraulic Modelling in Environment from the National Engineering School of Tunis, accompanied by Lamia Guellouz (ENIT Assistant Professor) discovered the Kamech watershed on Friday, February 11, 2022. Gil Mahé, co-director of the LMI Ecosys-Med, joined this visit to also discover the Kamech watershed.

The day’s programme included a presentation of the system (history, scientific objectives, protocols, measuring stations and equipment) in the morning and a tutorial in the afternoon. These tutorials were an opportunity for the students to carry out flow and piezometric measurements and to reflect on the question of the uncertainty of hydrological measurements.



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