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
This is a press-release for a new paper – Wave breaking patterns control rip current flow regimes and surf zone retention, published by members of the coastal group which can be accessed here. Research by the Universities of Southampton and Plymouth has found a new link between breaking waves and the hazard posed by rip currents. The… Read More New understanding of rip currents could help to save lives
Earlier this month, 7 Southampton researchers travelled to the Young Coastal Scientist & Engineer’s conference (YCSEC), in Manchester. Post-doctoral researcher, Matt Wadey, along with PhD students Seb Pitman, Rob Mawdsley, Aimin Amiruddin, Clementine Chirol, Esme Flegg and Anas Mohamad Annuar all made the journey for the conference. The conference is aimed at young scientists and… Read More Strong Southampton presence at 11th Young Coastal Scientists and Engineers Conference
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BRAD deployed in Cabras Lagoon Prof Carl L. Amos and PhD student Hachem Kassem, from the coastal processes research group at NOCS/University of Southampton (and former MSC ECE student), have recently participated in a scientific field campaign in the Cabras Lagoon, Sardinia, Italy. The work was undertaken within RITMARE, the Italian National programme of scientific… Read More Fieldwork in Cabras Lagoon, Sardinia
Over the coming months we will be featuring short interviews with past and present ECE students. Below is the first of those interviews with Dougal Lichtman a past ECE Student from 2011/2012. Dougal Lichtman – ECE Student 2011/2012 1. Where are you from and what was your first degree? London. Ocean Sciences at Bangor University.… Read More Dougal Lichtman – Past ECE student (2011/2012)