Coastal Engineering Team

SEACAMS2 staff within the Coastal Engineering team are based at Bay and Singleton Campuses.

Iain

Dr Iain Fairley

Science officer, SEACAMS2
Research expertise:
Assessment of marine energy resources and impact of energy extraction on coastal systems; methodologies for coastal surveying in mega-tidal regions using terrestrial laser scanners and photogrammetric UAVs; modelling of wave resources and impacts of marine energy extraction on sediment dynamics and morphological change.
 
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Anouska Mendzil

Research Assistant, SEACAMS2
Research expertise:
Sediment-related heavy metals, sediment transport and storage, floodplain processes and dynamics, geomorphology, flood and coastal risk management, environmental management, GIS and X-Ray Fluorescence. 
 
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Contact: Anouska Mendzil
Jose

Dr Jose M. Horillo-Caraballo

Science officer, SEACAMS2
Research expertise:
Modelling coastal and estuarine environments with emphasis on sediment transport, water quality, morphodynamics and impacts of climate change on the coast, forecasting long term coastal and estuarine morphodynamics; the reliability of flood defences; statistical analysis of coastal morphology; stochastic modelling of beach systems.
 
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Yin

Dr Yunzhu Yin

Science officer, SEACAMS2
Research expertise:
Numerical modelling on coastal process and estuarine evolution including coastal sediment transport, morphodynamics and impacts of climate change on the coast; statistical analysis; extreme weather conditions on coastal morphodynamics; climate changes; wave energy resource assessment. Currently investigating the assessment of marine energy resources and on understanding of the wave energy development through data analysis and modelling.