I made a visit to Hohai University in Nanjing, China in connection to 111 project (Link). A seminar was also given at Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute (NHRI) on flood risk along the Welsh coasts.
I’m speaking at the M&CCE Expo next month!
Very excited to announce that I will be speaking at the Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering (M&CCE) Expo this October at ExCeL London. Have a look at my speaker page here for more information – It would be great to see you there, so grab your FREE TICKET for the event here.
If you haven’t already heard, the M&CCE is the UK’s leading event in presenting global solutions and innovative concepts to professionals working in hard engineering, coastal and river management, subsea engineering and flood risk authorities.
Over the 12th & 13th October, those in attendance will benefit from 80 expert-led seminars, the insight of 200 innovative exhibitors, free admission to the co-located Flood Expo and Contamination Expo next door, and unparalleled networking opportunities with visitors from the public and private sectors including civil engineers, marine professionals and coastal experts.
The only way you can attend is by booking your FREE TICKET directly from the event website here.
I’m looking forward to seeing you there.
Dr Sooyoul Kim, who visited the group in 2015/16, has returned to have a short visit on 13-14 Sept 2016. During his visit, joint publications and new research collaboration were discussed. Prof Liangwen Jia from Zhongshan (Sun Yat-San) University (China) also paid a short visit to the group in Sept 2016.
A research meeting was held with Prof Xiangdong Qian, Drs Hong Chen, Limo Tang and Ms Shemei Li from Hohai University on 9 Aug 2016. Prof Qian, who also is Secretory-in-General for the Association of Engineering Mechanics in Jiangsu Province discussed the pathways to promote the Association in the UK and future collaboration and exchanges at the meeting. Dr Chen and his colleagues also visited the Hydraulics Laboratory.
Visited the Avonmouth Waste Water Treatment Plant and harbourside activities in Bristol on 23 June with the students from both 14/15 and 15/16 cohorts during the WISE Summer School (21-24, June 2016).
Invited by Prof Shenliang Chen of East China Normal University and supported by the State Key Laboratory Open funds, I visited Yellow River Delta from 22-30 March 2016. It was a fantastic visit. I was impressed by the scale of the Delta. Presentations were given at China Oceanography Centre (No1) in Qingdao.
A NERC-DTP PhD studentship is available. The project is to study the Coastal Erosion and Flooding under Extreme Conditions use computer models. Details of the project can found from: http://courses.cardiff.ac.uk/funding/R2594.html
The deadline for applications is 8 Jan 2016. Please contact me if you require any further information – this is now closed.