• Measuring terrestrial water storage using geodetic instruments (GRACE satellite, superconducting gravimeter, hydrostatic tiltmeter)
• Modeling Terrestrial Water Storage
• Developing physical tools to measure the environment (including applied geophysics)
Preparatory classes for engineer school (Mathematics, Physics, Informatics), Mulhouse, France, 2000
Geophysical Engineering, University Pierre et Marie Curie, France, 2002
Ph.D., Geophysics, University Pierre et Marie Curie, France, 2008
Engineer – French office for geologic and mining resources (BRGM), Strasbourg, 2004
Civil Volunteer – French Antarctic Survey (IPEV), Kerguelen Island, 2003
Longuevergne, L., 2008, Contribution to Hydrogeodesy, Ph.D. thesis, University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France, 232 p. (in French)
Longuevergne, L., Florsch, N., Boudin, F., Oudin, L., and Camerlynck, C., 2008, Coupled mechanical and hydrological modeling of the deformation associated with fractures: Geophysical Journal International, accepted.
Boudin, F., Bernard, P., Longuevergne, L., Florsch, N., Larmat, C., Courteille, C., Blum, P-A., Vincent, T., and Kammentaler, M., 2008, A silica long base tiltmeter with high stability and resolution: Review of Scientific Instruments, v. 79, 034502.
Longuevergne, L., N. Florsch, and P. Elsass, 2007, Extracting coherent regional information from local measurements with Karhunen-Loève transform: Case study of an alluvial aquifer (Rhine valley, France and Germany), Water Resources Research, v. 43, W04430.