Researcher profile

Prof. Eric Adéchina Alamou

University of Abomey-Calavi
Associate Professor of Universities (CAMES), Adéchina Eric Alamou has a PhD in Hydrology and Integrated Water Resource Management from the University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC). A Professor-Researcher, he is currently the Deputy Director of the School of Sciences of Building and Road (ESTBR) of the National University of Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (UNISTIM) of Abomey. Member of the Laboratory of Applied Hydrology (LHA) of the National Institute of Water (INE) of the University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC), he conducts his scientific research work in the field of hydrological modelling, variability and climate change and its impacts on water resources. Hydrologist modeller and specialist of surface water and flood management, Dr Alamou is co-author of the rain-flow hydrological model based on the principle of least action (ModHyPMA). He actively participates in the management of floods in the lower valleys of the Benin shedding basins. Member of several research programs and international organizations and research programs, he has conducted several studies in his area of expertise. He has published 22 peer-reviewed papers on his research.

Associated DMF projects

DMF team 1
Benin 2018 (Baloïtcha)
Co-principal Investigator