MSc ECE student Lia Bennet reports on Lauren Burt’s seminar on the past, present and future of Hurst Spit: On the 7th December Lauren Burt, part of the New Forest District Council’s Coastal Team and an alumna of the MSc ECE, gave a presentation on the past, present and future management of Hurst spit. This… Read More MSc ECE student Lia Bennet reports on Lauren Burt’s seminar on the past, present and future of Hurst Spit.
MSc ECE 2018/19 student Michalis Karas reports on the SOES3014/CENV6126 fieldtrip to Hengistbury Head and Christchurch Bay: On Monday 5th of November a field trip was organised to introduce a variety of coastal environments, both natural and engineered. A group of MSc students from Coastal Sediment Dynamics and Coastal Morphodyamics courses visited the area… Read More MSc ECE fieldtrip to Hengistbury Head and Christchurch Bay – by Michalis Karas
Back in June, a team of researchers form the Coastal Group at University of Southampton (UoS), comprising Prof Carl Amos, Prof Ian Townend, Dr Charlie Thompson and Dr Hachem Kassem completed a 10 day trip to China. The team were invited by the College of Harbor, Coastal & Offshore Engineering at Hohai University (HHU), Nanjing,… Read More OES Coastal team visits China
Time is flying quickly as we are already progressing into Semester 2 of this year’s ECE programme. The first semester has been a busy one. One of our current MSc students Greg Williams looks back and tells us about his experience of Boat Week on board the RV Callista: This exciting opportunity forms part of… Read More Greg Williams reports on SOES6060 Boat work campaign
Where are you from, when did you do the ECE and what did you most enjoy about it? I am British and studied for the ECE course in 2013-14. I enjoyed the opportunity to learn from some of the world leading oceanographers and coastal engineers, especially at the NOC. Particular highlights include the diversity… Read More A quick catch up with 2013/2014 alumnus Jonathan Dale
Whilst most of staff and students had a relaxing Easter break, three Engineering and Environment researchers spent part of their break in the Maldives. Rather than being on holiday enjoying the ‘sunny side of life’ as the Maldivian tourist industry would say, they experienced the opposite, by analysing waste at an open dump. Dr Richard… Read More Seeking waste solutions in the Maldives