I teach classes at the University of Montpellier for under-graduated and graduated students. I have been involved in many different learnings since my enrollment years ago: geodynamics (passive margins), sedimentology, marine geophysics, geomatics & remote sensing, hazard analysis, littoral dynamics, introduction to geology/-physics, cartography, database conception, numerical modelling, geomorphology, field cartography, data analysis, basics of mathematics… I never teached a given topic more than 3-4 years for some obscure reasons (an euphemistic translation of the fact that I always accepted to change my teachings following the needs of my work mates). This makes me very polyvalent with regard to teaching.
In brief : I devoted my two first years (2002 – 2004) at Université Montpellier 2 for teaching strictly, as I was enrolled to develop a comprehensive environmental set of courses dedicated to the analysis of natural hazards. Then, from 2004, I centered back my activity to research, and I focussed my teaching activity on cartographic/ geologic field works as this fundamental axis was threatened in Montpellier. I continue to do so. However, since 2010 and my return from Institute of Mathematics, I tentatively develop also a new branch of teaching that tries to rally theoretical physics, mathematics and environmental geosciences. I would like to do so in an international context, with student exchanges with foreign universities (Taiwan, Quebec, Norway, Spain,…).