By current ECE student Lauren Burt As a current part-time student on the ECE course I was delighted to be able to attend as a student delegate to the three day Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) Coastal Management Conference. This took place at the Hilton in Amsterdam from the 8-9th September 2015, with a technical… Read More ECE represented at the ICE Coastal Management Conference in Amsterdam
Robert Nicholls gave an Invited Keynote Lecture at ‘ECSA55 — Estuaries and seas in a rapidly changing world’ entitled “The Challenge of Climate-Induced Sea-Level Rise” on 9 September 2015 at the Excel Centre, London. Robert Nicholls gave an Invited Lecture to the Insurance Industry at ‘AON Benfield 2015 Hazards Conference — Beyond Tomorrow‘ entitled “Rising Sea… Read More Prof Nicholls gives invited lectures at ECSA and AON Hazards Conferences
An international workshop on turbulence and the resulting sedimentary responses was held in The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy. The meeting spanned three days over 23 – 25 February, 2015 and covered topics that ranged from the coastline to the deep sea. There was a good balance between theoretical modelling of… Read More Keynote lecture by Prof Carl Amos at ‘Turbulence and Interactions in Marine Systems (TURBINTERMARS): Turbulence and Sedimentary Processes’
Prof. Amos has been invited to give a talk to the Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution on Coastal sea surface temperature trends and impacts. The talk will be held on 11 December, 2013 at the institution in Bath at 1930, and will review the research findings by the coastal group from sites world-wide.
In October, members of the School of Ocean and Earth Science attended the first International Short Conference on Advances in Extreme Value Analysis and Application to Natural Hazards (EVAN) hosted by the University of Siegen, Germany. Dr Ivan Haigh (Lecturer) gave a keynote on challenges in estimating extreme sea level exceedance probabilities and Dr Matt… Read More Extreme events and beer!