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Dr. Herve Yesou
SERTIT, Université Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg
Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Physique de Strasbourg
Parc d'Innovation, Bvd Sebastien Brant
BP10413
F-67412 Illkirch Graffenstaden
France

Tel:  +33 3 90 24 46 43
Fax: +33 3 90 24 46 46
e-mail: herve@sertit.u-strasbg.fr

Background

Dr Hervé Yésou received his Ph.D in 1993 in “merging of remote sensing data for geological applications” from the University of Strasbourg Member of SERTIT remote sensing team.
He is a remote sensing specialist in charge of the hazards and environmental applications. He participated to the major EO programs through pilot projects on the exploitation of SAR and optical data: ERS1-2, SPOT 4 MIR and SPOT 5 SIR C/X-SAR for ADRO Radarsat Program, ENVISAT.
He was coordinator of an ENVISAT project on wetland monitoring in France and Poland as well as the ESA Water and Fire project on the exploitation of SAR time series and VHR optical data.
Since 2000 he is external expert for CNES on the definition of VHR future sensors, participating to the ORFEO thematic group on Risks and Humanitarian. He is also since 2003 the European leader of the Flood DRAGON project. He is a key member of the SERTIT rapid mapping service, being involved in the Space and Major Disaster Charter action, triggered after major natural disasters such as Gard 2002, Haiti 2004, Romania 2005, Central Europe 2006 (floods), Katrina 2005, Algers 2003, Pakistan 2005 (earthquakes), Tsunami 2004.

Activities in education

Hervé has taught advanced courses on Image Processing since the end of the 1990s within the framework of cooperation projects in West Africa, in particular the project on “Improvement of Flood Management by Space Techniques, Education and training”.
He also contributed to the “Space Techniques for Environmental Risks” Advanced Study Course .
Since 1990, he has supervised more than 15 research students to graduation (MSc) in optical and radar remote sensing applications.
In 2003, he also provided long periods of lecture and training in China on the exploitation of Earth Observation data for disaster rapid mapping in the framework of the Sino French Catachina project.
He also regularly participated to seminars on the topics of natural hazards organized at master level, or for a wider public.

Distinctions / Memberships

Expert on water and remote sensing Programmes for international projects (Canada, Luxembourg, EU).
Active member of the ESA Category-1 Advisory Group.
Reviewer for scientific journals: International and Remote Sensing (since 1995), Computer and Electonics in Agriculture, Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences, IEEE trans Rem. Sensing, Revue Télédétection.
Member of the redaction committee of Bulletin Société Française de Photogrammétrie et de Télédétection .

Selected publications

Numerous publications since 1990:

  • Reviewed journal papers (16)
  • Conference presentations / abstracts (more than 90)
  • Scientific and technical reports (65)

Selected publications:

Andreoli R. , Yésou Y. , Li J., Desnos Y-L. , Shifeng H. , De Fraipont P, 2006 :
Poyang Lake (Jiangxi Province, Pop. Rep. of China) Area Variations between January 2004 and June 2006 Using ENVISAT Low and Medium Resolution Time Series.
To be published Journ. GIS.

Li J., Yesou H, Huang S., Li J, Li X., Xin J., Wang X.and Andreoli R., 2005:
ENVISAT ASAR medium and high resolution images for Near Real Time flood monitoring in China during the 2005 flood season
Proc. 2005 Dragon Symposium “Mid-Term Results”, Santorini, Greece 27 June – 1 July 2005 (ESA SP-611, January 2006.

Allenbach B., Bessis J.L., Favard J.C., Bestault C., Clandillon S., Fellah K., Henry J-B., Meyer C., Scius H., Tholey N., Yésou H., de Fraipont P 2004:
La filière spatiale au service des risques.

ISTED Système d’information géographique et gestion des risques. 85*-92.

Yesou H., C. Meyer, S. Clandillon et P. de Fraipont, 2001 :
Apport des futures données haute et très haute résolution du satellite SPOT 5 pour la gestion de l’espace :
Bull. SFPT.164-165, 162-136.

Yésou H., C. Meyer, S. Clandillon et P. de Fraipont, 2001 :
Apport des données simulées SPOT 5 pour la gestion du risque inondation.
Bull. SFPT. 151-161.

Meyer C., P. Geldreich et Yésou H., 2001 :
Apport des données simulées SPOT 5 pour l’évaluation des dégâts de tempête dans la forêt Cas de la forêt de Haguenau (Alsace, France)
Bull. SFPT. 164-165,, 162-173.

Yésou H., P. Chastanet, P. de Fraipont,P. Dossmann, N. Stock, J. Béquignon 2001:
Mapping Floods in France,
Backscatter ,vol 12, 3, 23_26.

Houssa R., Pion J.C. and Yésou H., 1996
Effects of granulometric and mineralogical composition on spectral reflectance of soils in sahelian area.
J. Photogrammetry Remote Sensing, 51, 284-298.

Yésou H., Besnus Y. et Rolet J., 1994
Perception of a geological body using multisources remotely sensed data - The relative influence of the spectral content and of the spatial resolution.
International Journal Remote Sensing, 15, 12, 2495-2510.

Yésou H., Besnus Y. et Rolet J., 1993
Extraction of spectral information from Landsat TM data and merger with SPOT panchromatic imagery. A contribution to the study of geological structures.
ISPRS, J. Photo Remote Sensing, 48, 23-36.

Yésou H., Besnus Y., Rolet J., Pion J.C. et Aing A., 1993
Merging SEASAT and SPOT imagery for the study of geological structure in a temperate agricultural region.
Rem Sens Environment , 43, 265-279.

 

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