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coastal engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 22 coastal engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Machine learning in hydraulics and fluid mechanics

Supervisory Team.   Dr Sergio Maldonado. Project description. Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD position on machine learning (ML) applied to problems in hydraulics and fluid mechanics. Read more

Autonomous Underwater Vehicle with multi-sensors prototype for underwater onsite monitoring

Maritime activities remain a crucial factor to the economy with high expectations for future growth. According to the United Nation, there are more than three billion people depend on marine and coastal biodiversity for their livelihoods. Read more

Lateral-flow field tests for marine macronutrients

Supervisory Team.   Dr Adrian Nightingale, Dr Darren Bradshaw, Dr Allison Schaap,. Project description. Nutrient molecules, such as nitrate and phosphate, underpin the natural cycles of life within the oceans and seas. Read more

Exploring the role of Community Resilience based planning responses on the island of Ireland

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
We live in exceptionally challenging times, facing uncertainty and unpredictability. Within the island of Ireland there are a diverse range of complexities in the future planning of terrestrial, urban-rural and natural-coastal and marine environments; locally, regionally, nationally and in a transboundary context. Read more

Real-time prediction of in-service ship seakeeping

Ocean conditions can change significantly during the voyage of a ship and ship disasters still occur due to extreme weather conditions, human navigation/control error or the combination of the two. Read more

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