List of multi-partner publications

International peer-reviewed journals

  1. Deuerlein J. W., Piller O., Elhay S., and Simpson A. R. (2019). “Content-Based Active-Set Method for the Pressure-Dependent Model of Water Distribution Systems.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 145(1), 04018082.
  2. Elhay S., Deuerlein J., Piller O., and Simpson A. R. (2018). “Graph Partitioning in the Analysis of Pressure Dependent Water Distribution Systems.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 144(4), 04018011.
  3. Deuerlein J., Piller O., Elhay S., and Simpson A. (2017). “Sensitivity Analysis of Topological Subgraphs within Water Distribution Systems.” Procedia Engineering, 186, 252-260.
  4. Braun M., Piller O., Deuerlein J., and Mortazavi I. (2017). “Limitations of demand- and pressure-driven modeling for large deficient networks.” Water Eng. Sci., 10(2), 93-98.
  5. Piller O., Elhay S., Deuerlein J., and Simpson A. R. (2017). “Local Sensitivity of Pressure-Driven Modeling and Demand-Driven Modeling Steady-State Solutions to Variations in Parameters.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 143(2).

Articles submitted in peer-reviewed journals

  1. Ayala-Cabrera D., Piller O., Herrera M., Gilbert D., and Deuerlein J (2018). “Absorptive Resilience Phase Assessment Based on Criticality Performance indicators for water distribution networks.” Journal of Water Resource Research (submitted).
  2. Braun M., Piller O., Deuerlein J., Mortazavi I., and Iollo A. (2019). “Uncertainty Quantification of Water Age in Water Supply Systems by use of Spectral Propagation.” Journal of Hydroinformatics (submitted).
  3. Piller O., Elhay S., Deuerlein J., and Simpson A. (2019). “A Content-based Active Set Method for Pressure Dependent Models of Water Distribution Systems with Flow Controls.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (submitted).

Proceedings of peer-reviewed conferences – Book chapters

  1. Braun M., Piller O., Deuerlein J., Mortazavi I., and Iollo A. “Spectral Analysis of Uncertainty in Water Age.” in 13th International Conference on Hydroinformatics (HIC 2018), University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy, 2018, vol. 3, pp. 335-342: EasyChair (EPiC Series in Engineering).
  2. Braun M., Piller O., Deuerlein J. and Mortazavi I. (2017). “Spectral Propagation of Parameter Uncertainties in Water Distribution Networks.” CCWI 2017 – Computing and Control for the Water Industry, Sheffield, UK, 5th – 7th September 2017, 8 pages.
  3. Piller O., Elhay S., Deuerlein J. and Simpson A. (2017). “Why are Line Search Methods Needed for Hydraulic DDM and PDM Solvers?” CCWI 2017 – Computing and Control for the Water Industry, Sheffield, UK, 5th – 7th September 2017, 8 pages.
  4. Deuerlein J., Piller O., Parisini F., Simpson A. R., and Elhay S. (2017). “On the Solvability of the Pressure Driven Hydraulic Steady-State Equations Considering Feedback-Control Devices.” CCWI 2017 – Computing and Control for the Water Industry, Sheffield, UK, 5th – 7th September 2017, 8 pages.
  5. Piller O., Sedehizade F., Bernard T., Braun M., Cheifetz N., Deuerlein J., Wagner M., Lapébie E., Trick I., Weber J.M., and Werey C. (2017). “Augmented Resilience of Water Distribution Systems following Severe Abnormal Events.” CCWI 2017 – Computing and Control for the Water Industry, Sheffield, UK, 5th – 7th September 2017, 8 pages.
  6. Ayala Cabrera D., Piller O., Herrera M., Parisini F., and Deuerlein J. (2017). “Criticality Index for Resilience Analysis of Water Distribution Network in a Context of Mechanical Failures.” Congress on Numerical Methods in Engineering, 3–5 July 2017, Valencia, Spain, 16 pages.
  7. Ayala Cabrera D., Piller O., Deuerlein J., and Herrera M. (2017). “Towards resilient water networks by using resilience key performance indicators.” European Water, 58, E.W. Publications, pp. 435-441.
  8. Werey C., Rulleau B. and Weber J.M. (2017). “Cost Benefit Analysis for Water Network Resilience Assessment.”, LESAM 2017, NTNU Trondheim (NO), 20-22 June 2017, 7 pages.
  9. Werey C., Chéritat A., Fereshte S., Weber J.M. and Féliers C., “Asset Management and Early Warning Monitoring as Prevention Measures for Resilience of Water Networks: Full Costing Approach for Crisis Cost Valuation.” LESAM 2017, NTNU Trondheim (NO), 20-22 June 2017, 8 pages.
  10. Piller O., Sedehizade F., Bernard t., Braun M., Cheifetz N., Deuerlein D., Korth A., Lapébie E., Trick I., Weber JM, and Werey C. (2016). “ResiWater: A Franco-German Project for Augmented Resilience of Water Distribution Systems following Severe Abnormal Events”. CCWI 2016, 14th International Computing and Control for the Water Industry Conference, 7-9 November 2016, Amsterdam, NL, 8 pages.
  11. Bernard T., Baruthio M., Steinmetz C., and Weber JM (2016). “Cloud-based event detection platform for water distribution networks using machine-learning algorithms.”, ML4CPS– Machine Learning for Cyber Physical Systems and Industry 4.0, 29 September 2016, Karlsruhe, Fraunhofer IOSB, 9 pages, Springer Vieweg, 2017 (Technologien für die intelligente Automation 3). DOI: 10.1007/978-3-662-53806-7_5.
  12. Lapébie E., Werey C., Rulleau B., Deuerlein J., Sedehizade F., and Piller O. (2015). “Vulnerability Analyses Applied to Water Distribution Networks.”, LESAM Conference, Yokohama Japan, 8 pages.
  13. Kühnert C., Baruthio M., Bernard T., Steinmetz C., and Weber J-M (2015). “Cloud-based event detection platform for water distribution networks using machine-learning algorithms.”, Procedia Engineering V. 119, CCWI 2015.

Communications in international peer-reviewed conferences

  1. Piller O. and Deuerlein J. (2018). “ Resilience of water infrastructures.” Session et table ronde approche internationale de la résilience des infrastructures critiques,Recherche fondamentale France/Allemagne : Projet RESIWATER, WISG2018, Workshop interdisciplinaire sur la Sécurité Globale, 16-17 Octobre 2018, Espace ouest Lyonnais, Lyon, France (in English).
  2. Werey C., Rulleau B., Chéritat A., Weber J. M. (2018) Cost benefit analysis for water network resilience assessment, EWA con ference, 6th Joint EWA/JSWA/WEF Conference on “The Resilience of the water Sector”, 15-18 May 2018, Munich, Germany, 20p.
  3. Werey C., Chéritat A., Sedehizade F., Weber JM, and Féliers C. (2017). “Cost accounting approach for crisis cost valuation.”, Water Challenges in XXI century: role of economics, statistics and asset management – IWA conference – Livorno, 11-13th September 2017.
  4. Werey C and Rulleau B. (2017). “Cost benefit analysis for water network resilience assessment.”, Water Challenges in XXI century: role of economics, statistics and asset management – IWA conference – Livorno, 11-13th September 2017.
  5. Piller O., Sedehizade F., Bernard T., Braun M., Cheifetz N., Deuerlein J., Wagner M., Lapébie E., Trick I., Weber JM, and Werey C. (2017). “Augmented Resilience of Water Distribution Systems following Severe Abnormal Events. “, WISG2017, Workshop interdisciplinaire sur la Sécurité Globale, 14 et 15 septembre 2017, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France.
  6. Braun M., Piller O., Iollo A., Mortazavi I., and Deuerlein J. (2016). “Uncertainty Analysis toward confidence limits to hydraulic state predictions in WDNs.”, International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs), 8th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Toulouse, France. 

National peer-reviewed journals

  1. Werey, C., Rulleau, B., Carladous, S., Grangeat, A., Lapebie, E., Joalland, O., Piller, O., and Tacnet, J. M. (2016). “Risque, vulnérabilité, résilience : quels apports pour la gestion patrimoniale des ouvrages de protection et des réseaux urbains?” Sciences Eaux et Territoires (20), 10-15.

Communications in France with a reading committee

  1. Werey C., Piller O., Rulleau B., and Bardiaux (2015). “The safety of drinking water systems: Improved resilience by better Vulnerability understanding.”, ASTEE Montauban Congress: Des villes et des territoires sobres et sûrs, p. 74-16.
  2. Werey C., Rulleau B., and Weber J.M. (2017). “Analyse coûts-bénéfices pour l’évaluation de la résilience des réseaux d’eau potable », Colloque SHF : « Risques & résilience dans les territoires »10-11 octobre 2017, Paris-Marne la Vallée, 8p.

Broadcasting actions – Conferences and others

  1. Bernard, Thomas, Kühnert Christian, Sedehizade F., Campbell E., Wagner M. (2018). “Kontaminationen im Trinkwasser. Trinkwassersysteme: Schnell handeln in der Krise.” In: Fachmagazin Labo 49 (2018), Nr.1-2, S.46-48 (URL: https://www.labo.de/reinstwasser-wasseranalytik/trinkwassersysteme—schnell-handeln-in-der-krise.htm. Zugriffsdatum: 11.12.2018 .
  2. Partnering event 16 February 2016 Düsseldorf. “How to setup a successful Franco-German project” and “ Questions from the floor”
  3. WISG 2016, 10 & 11 February 2016 Global Security, ResiWater poster.
  4. Bernard T., Jacubasch A., Trick I., Burger-Kentischer A, Kohl C. (2016). “On-line Monitoring of Drinking Water Based on a Biological Broad-Spectrum Sensor (AquaBioTox).” 1st International Symposium on Mobile Water Supply in Operations: Research and Field Experience Munster, Münster Germany, June 7-9, 2016.

 

List of mono-partner publications

International peer-reviewed journals

  1. Cheifetz N., Noumir Z., Samé A., Sandraz A. C., Féliers C., and Heim V. (2017). “Modeling and clustering water demand patterns from real-world smart meter data.” Drinking Water Engineering and Science, 10(2), pp-75-82. https://doi.org/10.5194/dwes-10-75-2017.

 Articles submitted in peer-reviewed journals

  1. Braun M., Piller O., Iollo A., Mortazavi I. (2019). “A Spectral Approach to Uncertainty Quantification in Water Distribution Networks.” Journal of Water Resources, Planning and Management, 32 pages (submitted).
  2. Chéritat A., Werey C. (2019). « Mesurer les coûts liés aux crises pour améliorer la gestion de la résilience : le cas des services publics d’eau potable », Revue Audit Comptable Contrôle : Recherches Appliquées, 20 p.

Proceedings of peer-reviewed conferences – Book chapters

  1. Cheifetz N., Kraiem S., Mandel P., Féliers C., and Heim V. (2017). “Extracting Temporal Patterns for Contamination Event Detection in a Large Water Distribution System”. CCWI 2017, 14th International Computing and Control for the Water Industry Conference, Sheffield, UK, 5th – 7th September 2017, 8 pages.
  2. Cheifetz N., Noumir Z., Samé A., Sandraz A. C., Féliers C., and Heim V. (2017). “Extracting Urban Water Usage Habits from Smart Meter Data: A Functional Clustering Approach”. ESANN 2017 – European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Bruges BE, 6 pages.
  3. Kühnert C. and Montalvo Arango I. (2016). “A generic data fusion and analysis platform for cyber-physical systems. In: Beyerer, Jurgen (Ed.); Niggemann, Oliver (Ed.); Kühnert, Christian (Ed.): Machine Learning for Cyber Physical Systems: Selected papers from the International Conference ML4CPS 2016, held at the Fraunhofer IOSB in Karlsruhe, September 29th, 2016. Berlin: Springer Vieweg, 2017, pp.45-54 (Technologien fur die intelligente Automation 3) (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-53806-7_6).
  4. Boutalbi R., Cheifetz N., Sandraz A.C., Féliers C., and Heim V (2016). “Segmenting Multivariate Time Series of Water Flow: A Prior Tool for Contamination Warning Systems.” ICESTI’16, Annaba, Algeria, 6 pages.

National peer-reviewed journals

  1. Royet P., Felix H., Gilbert D., Piller O., Legat Y., and Husson A. (2016). “Contrôle, régulation et sécurité en temps réel des ouvrages.” Sciences Eaux et Territoires (20), 56-61.
  2. Kühnert C., Bernard, T.: “Ereignisdetektion in Trinkwassernetzen mittels PCA und DPC: Datengetriebene Detektion von Kontaminationen und Reduktion von Fehlalarmen. Event detection in drinking water distribution networks using PCA and DPCA. Data-driven contaminant detection and reduction of false alarms.“, Technisches Messen; TM 83 (2016), No.2, pp.96-101, February 2016.

Broadcasting actions – Conferences and others

  • Wagner M. (2016), “Project RESIWATER – Innovative Secure Sensor Networks and Model-based Assessment Tools for increased Resilience of Water Infrastructures. “ ProcessNet – Jahrestagung und 32. DECHEMA-Jahrestagung der Biotechnologen 2016”, from 12. – 15. September in Aachen (Poster).

Philosophiæ doctor

  1. Grangeat A., “Modelling Vulnerability, Resilience and Cascading Effects of Physical Critical Networks: Interests for the Planning and the Crisis Management  of Utility Companies and Civil Safety”, PhD thesis in Sciences and Environmental Engineering from the University of Lyon, Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne, the 7th December 2016. More : Speciality / Keywords / Abstract.