nabil.touili [at] uvsq.fr
Nabil TOUILI is a researcher and lecturer around risk management, vulnerability and resilience. His research activities were mainly involved in THESEUS Project (Innovative technologies for safer European coasts in a changing climate) and EUCLEIA project (European Climate and Weather Events: Interpretation and Attribution). In parallel of his research activities, he participates in teaching courses around the fields of risk management, sustainable development and ecological economics.
Nabil‘s Ph.D research is centred on the resilience strengthening of the coastal areas at-risks. His research interests focus on the coastal areas vulnerabilities and adaptation for present and future risks. Within the THESEUS’ project (FP7, EU) “Innovation technologies for safer European coasts in a changing climate”, Nabil elaborates, in particular, a portfolio of a resilience options for the coastal flood risk management. The main fields of his research encompass the land use planning, the warning system and evacuation plans, the business disruption and recovery plans, the insurance programs and the post-trauma management.
Nabil is a graduate Engineer in rural development and pedagogy sciences and a Master Degree in “Environmental Knowledge Mediation, Partnerships for sustainable Development” (MEDIATION Programme).
- Touili, N. (2015). Portfolio d’options pour le renforcement de la résilience: application de principes systémiques de résilience à la gestion des risques d’inondation en Gironde. VertigO-la revue électronique en sciences de l'environnement, (Hors-série 23).
- Touili, N., Baztan, J., Vanderlinden, J. P., Kane, I. O., Diaz-Simal, P., & Pietrantoni, L. (2014). Public perception of engineering-based coastal flooding and erosion risk mitigation options: Lessons from three European coastal settings. Coastal Engineering, 87, 205-209.
- Kane, I.O., Vanderlinden, J.-P., Baztan, J., Touili, N., Claus, S. (2014). Communicating risk through a DSS: A coastal risk centred empirical analysis, Coastal Engineering, 87, p240-248.
- Dávila, O. G., Stithou, M., Pescaroli, G., ..., Touili, N., et al. (2013). Promoting resilient economies by exploring insurance potential for facing coastal flooding and erosion: Evidence from Italy, Spain, France and United Kingdom, Coastal Engineering, 87, p183-192.
- Nonstructural approaches to coastal risk mitigation (2014), Coastal risk management in a changing climate, 1st edition edited by Barbara Zanuttigh, Robert Nicholls, Jean-Paul Vanderlinden, Richard Thompson, Hans Burcharth, 01/2015: chapter 5: pages 237-274; Elsevier.
- Managing risk in a large flood system, the Gironde Estuary, France, (2014), Coastal risk management in a changing climate, 1st edition edited by Barbara Zanuttigh, Robert Nicholls, Jean-Paul Vanderlinden, Richard Thompson, Hans Burcharth, 01/2015: chapter 7: pages 408-442; Elsevier.
- Since 2015: researcher and lecturer at the UVSQ/OVSQ
- Research project
- (EUCLEIA) project « EUropean CLimate and weather Events: Interpretation and Attribution », funded by the 7th framework program for RTD of the EU.
- List of courses
- Risk management
- Ecological economics and environmental risks
- Risk, vulnerability and sustainable development
- Research project
- 2010: Ph.D researcher
- THESEUS project (Innovative technologies for safer European coasts in a changing climate) - http://www.theseusproject.eu/
- 2010-2013: Teaching assistant, at “Environmental science and society” and “Systems analysis and integrated modelling”
- 2010: Officer of the communication strategy assessment, OVSQ),
- Assessment of the participatory approaches in an integrated development project – Morocco
Last revision date: May 2016