The aim of the SIG in Wave-Structure Interaction (SIG-WSI) is to bring together and widen the community of researchers and developers around wave structure interaction (WSI). It will join the CCP-WSI Network with the shared objective of providing a focus for numerical modelling, software development and laboratory experimentation in applications relating to offshore renewable energy, coastal and ocean engineering, including building a national Numerical Wave Tank (NWT) facility. The SIG will participate in the CCP-WSI programme of workshops and training courses, extending the reach of these activities.
L = leader; C = co-leader; * = Other key personnel
|[L]||Deborah Greaves (University of Plymouth): email@example.com|
|[C]||Ling Qian (Manchester Metropolitan University): L.Qian@mmu.ac.uk|
|[*]||Edward Ransley (University of Plymouth): firstname.lastname@example.org|