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.
We recently caught up with Nick Elderfield, Managing Director of DHI UK and MSc ECE 2000-2001 alumnus at University of Southampton. Here’s what he had to say: When did you graduate and can you tell us a bit about your experience at Southampton and afterwards? I completed a degree in Oceanography at Southampton and decided… Read More Catching up with Nick Elderfield, DHI UK managing Director & MSC ECE 2001 alumnus
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
Guest post by: Jennifer Watts (ECE 2015-16) As part of our degree, ECE students undertake a course on key skills and applied coastal oceanography. A key aspect of this is to learn useful oceanographic techniques, and gain professional experience in applied coastal oceanography. As such, were were tasked to chose, each, as scientific question; plan… Read More Fieldwork in the Itchen Estuary, Southampton, 6th November 2015.
Congratulations to Freddie, Edgar, Ben and Edward, graduates from 2012-13, who all attend graduation last week.
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.