Water Waves - Mathematical Theory and Applications 2022
What? A workshop on theoretical and applied aspects of water waves; everyone is welcome (please register for free here.)
When? September 8th and September 9th, 2022.
Where? The workshop will take place on the Main Campus of the University of Plymouth in Rolle Building, Room 117. For information on how to get to Plymouth, and a campus map, please click here.
A draft schedule is available for download here. (PDF)
- Thomas Adcock (Oxford) - The high frequency spectral tail and rogue waves
- Alberto Alberello (UEA) - Waves-sea ice interactions in the marginal ice zone
- David Andrade (Plymouth) - TBD
- Gal Akrish (TU Delft) - On the quadratic interaction coefficients for spectral forecasting of coastal waves
- Miguel Bustamante (UCD) - TBD
- Noam Ginio (Technion) - Nondestructive method for efficient spatio-temporal water surface waves reconstruction based on polarimetric imaging and machine learning
- Ioannis Karmpadakis (Imperial) - Statistical properties of waves in finite water depths
- Anatoliy Khait (Ariel) - On mean currents induced by mechanical wavemakers
- Eytan Meisner (Technion) - Deterministic Nonlinear Wave Forecasting in Finite Depth - From the mathematical framework to preliminary experimental results
- Tianning Tang (Oxford) - A reduced order model for space-time wave statistics with probabilistic decomposition-synthesis method
For information on the previous Water Waves Workshop held in 2019, please click here.
Funded by EPSRC and the University of Plymouth.