Emmanuel Dubois, Ph.D student, INRA, IRSTEA, France. Emmanuel did psychology, social sciences and cognitive science studies. He completed his master degree in cognitive science in 2007. He started his Ph.D Thesis in fall 2008, supervised by Olivier Barreteau and Véronique Souchère.
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Dr Olivier Barreteau graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique in 1989 (school training top level French officials), IGREF (Water and Forest Engineer). In 1998, he defended his PhD in Water Sciences "Use of multi-agent systems to explore viability of irrigated systems: dynamics of interactions and organisation modes". He is in charge of research and practical application on negotiation support tools for water management along watersheds. His main interests deal with methodology of use of Agent Based Modelling and Role Playing Games as discussion support tools for collective decision processes for renewable resources management issues. He is a member of the ComMod group (http://www.commod.org).
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Dr. Véronique Souchère completed her Ph.D in agronomy in 1995 at AgroParisTech. Presently, she is an agricultural engineer with the French National Agronomic Research Institute (INRA). Since 2004, she has been a member of the ComMod group and uses companion modeling approach to promote collective watershed management of erosive runoff.
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