Sebastián Guillén Ludeña

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About

Sebastián Guillén Ludeña is Subdirector de Calidad de la ETSICM

PhD in PhD from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, EPFL (SWITZERLAND) - 2015
Engineer in Civil engineer from Polytechnic university of Madrid (SPAIN) - 2006

Sebastián Guillén Ludeña is research and teaching associate at Hidr@m group at the Univ. Politécnica de Cartagena (UPCT). Currently, he works on the EFISED project, which is about the efficiency of reservoir flushing in evacuating sediment from the reservoir. This project is funded by the Fundación Séneca from Región de Murcia, Spain.

Sebastián Guillén Ludeña graduated as Civil Engineer in 2006 at Univ. Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) with major in hydraulics and energy. In 2015, he graduated as Docteur ès Sciences (PhD) at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Switzerland (EPFL) and at Instituto Superior Técnico de Lisboa Portugal (IST).

Sebastián Guillén Ludeña worked as civil engineer in the private sector, participating in several projects on hydraulic constructions. In 2010, he obtained the Advanced Studies Diploma from the doctoral program Hydraulics and Energy at UPM. In 2011, Sebastián Guillén Ludeña was awarded with a doctoral fellowship from the IST-EPFL Joint Doctoral Initiative to perform the PhD thesis, which was submitted in 2015 with the title: "Hydro-morphodynamics of open-channel confluences with low discharge ratio and dominant tributary sediment supply". In 2016, Sebastián Guillén Ludeña was  hired as a post-doctoral researcher by the Laboratoire de Mécanique des Fluides et d'Acoustique (LMFA) at INSA Lyon (France) to participate in the FLOWRES project, which was about the flow resistance for extreme flood events. In 2017, Sebastián Guillén Ludeña joined the Laboratoire de Constructions Hydrauliques (LCH) at EPFL as a scientist to work on reservoir sedimentation topics, within the framework of the FLEXSTOR project.

Sebastián Guillén Ludeña is co-author of 7 scientific publications and of several contributions to international congresses on hydraulics and environment. In addition, he has participated as a reviewer in the peer-review process of several articles for different scientific journals.

The research interest of Sebastián Guillén Ludeña includes: Hydrodynamics, sediment dynamics, reservoir sedimentation and fluvial geomorphology.

Office Hours

Tutorials will by carried out by request of the student sending a mail to sebastian.guillen@upct.es

Teaching

Course
Degree
Type
Duration
ECTS
ANALYSIS OF FREE SURFACE FLOW
Master's degree in Civil Engineering
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
7.5
DESIGN AND BIM MODELLING OF BUILDING INSTALLATIONS
Master's degree in BIM Methodology for the Development of Infrastructure Projects
Type
O
Duration
2Q
ECTS
6
HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (in expiration)
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
7.5
HYDRAULIC RESOURCES
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (in expiration)
Type
B
Duration
1Q
ECTS
7.5
HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
7.5
HYDRAULIC RESOURCES
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering
Type
B
Duration
1Q
ECTS
7.5

Abbreviation list

  • BS: Basic course
  • B: Required course
  • O: Elective course
  • A: Year-long
  • 1Q: 1st half
  • 2Q: 2st half

Teaching evaluation

Year
Course
Degree
Class
Survey respondent
Average (*)
2023-24
HYDRAULIC RESOURCES
522104003
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
6
Average
4.83
2022-23
HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES
522103009
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
7
Average
3.71
HYDRAULIC RESOURCES
516104001
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (in expiration)
Class
1
Survey respondent
7
Average
4.14
ANALYSIS OF FREE SURFACE FLOW
213101002
Master's degree in Civil Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
6
Average
4.5
DESIGN AND BIM MODELLING OF BUILDING INSTALLATIONS
251101008
Master's degree in BIM Methodology for the Development of Infrastructure Projects
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
4.67
2021-22
HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES
516103010
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (in expiration)
Class
1
Survey respondent
8
Average
4.38
HYDRAULIC RESOURCES
516104001
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (in expiration)
Class
1
Survey respondent
7
Average
3.57
ANALYSIS OF FREE SURFACE FLOW
213101002
Master's degree in Civil Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
8
Average
4.75
2020-21
HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES
516103010
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (in expiration)
Class
1
Survey respondent
9
Average
3.78
HYDRAULIC RESOURCES
516104001
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (in expiration)
Class
1
Survey respondent
5
Average
4.2
2019-20
HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES
516103010
516108013
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (in expiration)
Class
1
Survey respondent
5
Average
3.2
HYDRAULIC RESOURCES
516104001
516108001
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (in expiration)
Class
1
Survey respondent
8
Average
4.38
ANALYSIS OF FREE SURFACE FLOW
213101002
Master's degree in Civil Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
5
Average
4
(*) Average over a maximum of 5