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Offre de stage M2 / Ingénieur : Adaptable Hydro-Informatics based models for Rainwater Harvesting

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Internship Details:

  • Data Resources: The UM6P experimental farm has already implemented its own rainwater harvesting system, and the data collected from this site can be used for model calibration in a real-world setting.
  •  Computing Environment and Languages. The UM6P will provide the computing environment through its HPC facilities and access to the various hydrological datasets previously developed; the IMFT will provide support on algorithms previously developed in Fortran, Matlab, and/or Python.
  •  Supervision: The intern will be mentored by two professors: Pr. Rachid ABABOU from IMFT (Toulouse, France) and Pr. Nabil EL MOÇAYD from UM6P (Benguerir, Morocco). Regular meettings with collaborators from MIT (Cambridge, Massachusets, USA) will also be scheduled to ensure a collabora􀆟ve work environment.


We are looking for highly motivated individuals, e.g. graduate students towards a Master degree or a final engineering degree, with a background or strong interest in hydrology, environmental flow modeling, remote sensing, or related fields. Proficiency in computer programming and data analysis is a plus, but not a strict requirement. Excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a multidisciplinary team are highly valued.

How to Apply:
If you are passionate about addressing critical water security challenges in arid and semi-arid regions and are interested in contributing to our ongoing project, please send your resume (CV) and a brief statement of interest before December 31st, 2023, to:

 Pr. Nabil EL MOÇAYD  with Carbon Copy to : Pr. Rachid ABABOU

We are looking forward to welcoming a dedicated intern who will play a crucial role in developing innovatve solutons for water management and rain harvesting in Morocco. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or require further information.
N.B: Depending on results, this internship may be continued as a fully funded doctoral thesis (PhD) within the same project framework.