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ACKERER Philippe

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Directeur de Recherche - CNRS

Contact : ackerer@unistra.fr
Phone : +33(0)3 68 85 05 61

Research field

- Modelling of Flow and Transport in Natural Porous Media - Numerical and inverse methods.

Ongoing Research

  • Laboratory experiments and modelling of reactive transport.
  • Stochastic and multiscale inverse methods.
  • Impacts of climate change on surface and subsurface waters in the Upper Rhine Basin.
  • Migration of nanoparticles in soils and groundwater.

Short CV

Senior Research scientist at National Centre for Scientific Research – CNRS, France, Lab. d’Hydrologie et de Géochimie de Strasbourg (UMR 7517) since 2009.

Senior Research scientist at National Centre for Scientific Research – CNRS, France, at Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Strasbourg (UMR CNRS 7507) from 2000 to 2008.

Research scientist at National Centre for Scientific Research – CNRS, France, at Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Strasbourg (UMR CNRS 7507) from 1986 to 2000.

2009 - Head of LHyGeS - Laboratoire d’Hydrologie et de Géochimie de Strasbourg – UMR Université de Strasbourg/CNRS 7517.

2009 - Expert at the European Community for Marie Curie mobility fellowships.

2009 - Member of the Scientific Committe of IRSN.

2009 - Head pf the Scientific Committe of Ecosphère Continentale et Côtière (EC2CO), INSU.

Peer-reviewed journal articles 2008-2011

C. Thierion, L. Longuevergne, F. Habets, E. Ledoux, P. Ackerer, S. Majdalani, E. Leblois, S. Lecluse, E. Martin, S. Queguiner, P. Viennot. (2011) Modeling the Upper Rhine Graben hydrosystem : a parameter sensitivity analysis. Journal of Hydrology, Accepté.

F. Delay, P. Ackerer, A. Guadagnini (2011) Theoretical analysis and field evidence of reciprocity gaps during interference pumping tests. Advances in Water Resources, , 34 (5), pp. 592-606.

Fajraoui N., Ramasomanana F., Younes A., Mara T., Ackerer P., Guadagnini A. (2011) Use of Global Sensitivity Analysis and Polynomial Chaos Expansion for Interpretation of Non-reactive Transport Experiments in Laboratory-Scale Porous Media. Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2010WR009639.

Majdalani S., Ackerer P., (2011) Identification of groundwater parameters using an adaptative multiscale method. Groundwater, DOI : 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2010.00750.

Fahs, M., Younes, A., Ackerer, P. (2011). An Efficient Implementation of the Method of Lines for Multicomponent Reactive Transport Equations. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 215 (1-4), pp. 273-283

Younes A, Ackerer P, (2010). Empirical versus time stepping with embedded error control for density-driven flow in porous media. Water Resources Research, 46 (8), art. no. W08523.

Chiara Roupert R., Schafer G., Ackerer P., Quintard M., Chavent G. (2010). Construction de données triphasiques pour la modélisation des écoulements multiphasiques en milieu poreux : Comparaison entre une approche par optimisation et une approche par éléments finis. CR Geoscience, 342 (11), pp. 855-863.

Ackerer, P., Delay, F. (2010). Inversion of a set of well-test interferences in a fractured limestone aquifer by using an automatic downscaling parameterization technique. Journal of Hydrology, 389 (1-2), pp. 42-56.

Ackerer, P. (2010). Preface - Special issue on simulations of reactive transport : results of the MoMaS benchmarks. Computational Geosciences, 14 (3), pp. 383, Guest Editor.

Younes, A., P. Ackerer, and F. Delay (2010), Mixed finite elements for solving 2-D diffusion-type equations, Rev. Geophys., 48, RG1004, doi:10.1029/2008RG000277.

Younes, A., Ackerer, P., Ahmed, S., Bouhlila, R. (2010). A technique for improving the accuracy of quadrangular mixed finite elements for Darcy’s flow on heterogeneous domains. Computers & Fluids, 39(2), pp. 189-196.

El Soueidy, C.P., Younes, A., Ackerer, P. (2009). Solving the advection-diffusion equation on unstructured meshes with discontinuous/mixed finite elements and a local time stepping procedure , International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 79 (9), pp. 1068-1093.

Hayek, M., Ackerer P., Sonnendrücker E. (2009). A new refinement indicator for adaptive parameterization : Application to the estimation of the diffusion coefficient in an elliptic problem, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 224 (1), pp. 307-319.

Konz M., P. Ackerer, A. Younes, P. Huggenberger, E. Zechner (2009). Two-dimensional stable-layered laboratory-scale experiments for testing density-coupled flow models, Water Resources Research, 45, W02404, doi:10.1029/2008WR007118.

Konz, M., Ackerer, P., Huggenberger, P., Veit, C (2009). Comparison of light transmission and reflection techniques to determine concentrations in flow tank experiments, Experiments in Fluids 47 (1), pp. 85-93

Konz, M., Younes, A., Ackerer, P., Fahs, M., Huggenberger, P., Zechner, E (2009). Variable-density flow in heterogeneous porous media - Laboratory experiments and numerical simulations, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 108 (3-4), pp. 168-175.

Majdalani, S., Fahs, M., Carrayrou, J., Ackerer, P, (2009). Reactive transport parameter estimation : Genetic algorithm vs. Monte Carlo approach, AIChE Journal 55 (8), pp. 1959-1968

Younes A, Ackerer P, (2008). Solving the advection-dispersion equation with discontinuous Galerkin and multipoint flux approximation methods on unstructured meshes International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 58, (6), pp 687-708.

Gechter, D., Huggenberger P., Ackerer P., and Waber N. H. (2008). Genesis and shape of natural solution cavities within salt deposits, Water Resources Research, 44, W11409, doi:10.1029/2007WR006753.

Younes, A., Fahs, M., Ackerer, P. (2008). A new approach to avoid excessive numerical diffusion in Eulerian-Lagrangian methods. Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering, 24, (11), pp. 897-910.

Fahs, M., Carrayrou, J., Younes, A., Ackerer, P. (2008). On the efficiency of the direct substitution approach for reactive transport problems in porous media, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 193 (1-4), pp. 299-308.

Konz, M., Ackerer, P., Meier, E., Huggenberger, P., Zechner, E., Gechter, D. (2008). On the measurement of solute concentrations in 2-D flow tank experiments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 12 (3), pp. 727-738.

Delay, F., Kaczmaryk, A., Ackerer, P. (2008). Inversion of a Lagrangian time domain random walk (TDRW) approach to one-dimensional transport by derivation of the analytical sensitivities to parameters. Advances in Water Resources, 31 (3), pp. 484-502.

Dages, C., Voltz, M., Ackerer, P. (2008). Parameterization and evaluation of a three-dimensional modelling approach to water table recharge from seepage losses in a ditch. Journal of Hydrology, 348 (3-4), pp. 350-362.

Hayek, M., Lehmann, F., Ackerer, P. (2008). Adaptive multi-scale parameterization for one-dimensional flow in unsaturated porous media. Advances in Water Resources, 31 (1), pp. 28-43.

Ackerer, P., Younes, A. (2008). Efficient approximations for the simulation of density driven flow in porous media. Advances in Water Resources, 31 (1), pp. 15-27.