University Of Bath
Paul is a PhD student based at the department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the University of Bath. He is part of the Water, Environment and Infrastructure Resilience (WEIR) research group, and the Water Innovation and Research Centre (WIRC). Paul’s research is focused on physical, numerical and computational modelling to better understand beach profile evolution under sea level rise. He is also interested in general coastal protection with a specific expertise in submerged artificial reef. He is also trained in operational oceanography and survey management.
Before joining the Water Informatics and Science of Engineering (WISE) Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT), Paul completed a two-year degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, then a BSc degree in Earth and Environment Science at the University of Bordeaux and an MSc degree in Oceanography at the University of Southampton. His MSc thesis was completed at the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management (Australia) on beach morphodynamics impacted by artificial submerged reef, under the supervision of Rodger Tomlinson and Darrell Strauss. Paul also led and managed a Hydralab+ project, running the DynaRev experiment at the GWK large scale flume.
Thursday, August 2
4:00 PM – 4:20 PM