Shunqi Pan

Shunqi Pan

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Yellow River Delta Visit

Posted on 24 April 2016 by Shunqi Pan

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.
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EPSRC PhD Studenships

Posted on 5 February 2016 by Shunqi Pan

Fully funded EPSRC studentships on Water Informatics, Science and Engineering (WISE) from the Center of Doctoral Training (CDT) jointly hosted by Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter Universities are available for  Sept/Oct 2016. Please visit the WISE-CDT website ( for further details or leave your message here.  
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NERC PhD Studentship

Posted on 22 October 2015 by Shunqi Pan

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: The deadline for applications is 8 Jan 2016. Please contact me if you require any further information – this is now closed.  
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Visiting Hohai University

Posted on 18 September 2015 by Shunqi Pan

I visited Hohai University in Sept 2015 for a short course and attended the 2nd EFRaCC project workshop organised by Prof Yongping Chen. of the State Key Laboratory for Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering at Hohai University, Nanjing China.
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Visiting Wuhan University

Posted on 12 September 2015 by Shunqi Pan

Invited by Prof Junqiang Xia, I visited the State Key Laboratory of Water Resources and Hydropower Engineering Science of Wuhan University on 10-11 Sept 2015. During the visit, I gave a seminar on modelling coastal and estuarine processes.
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Field Survey in China

Posted on 29 August 2015 by Shunqi Pan

Spent over 10 days in Aug on the beach after joining the field survey group in Hainan (see map in right). The field trip was organised by Prof Chen of East China Normal University in Shanghai. The survey was a follow-up measurements since July 2015 after storm events.  The measurements were conducted at a number of sites around the island.
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