Marine Energy

LCRI Marine is a collaboration of all the leading academic marine institutions in Wales; our team is comprised of over 40 people from 6 different institutions.

Contact us on:
Tel: 017 9229 5541
Email: marineenergy@swansea.ac.uk

Masters

Dr Ian Masters

Principal Investigator
InstitutionMarine Energy Research Group, Swansea University
EmailI.Masters@swansea.ac.uk

Tidal turbines with combined tide, wave and turbulent flows; Computational Fluid Dynamics; modelling of arrays, wakes, scour and deposition; environmental impact analysis of marine renewable energy devices.

Potter

Gareth Potter

Industrial Liaison Officer
InstitutionMarine Energy Research Group, Swansea University
Emailg.l.potter@swansea.ac.uk

Gareth is the Industrial Liaison Officer for LCRI Marine, providing the link between the research activities of the Low Carbon Research Institute (LCRI) Marine and the marine energy sector in Wales. He is a professional civil engineer with over 9 years experience in the planning, design and construction of major civil engineering projects working for a multi-national engineering consultancy. Experienced in project management and co-ordination of multi-disciplinary infrastructure schemes in urban and rural locations. He has proficient working practice of CDM preliminary, detailed design and tender processes through to construction, ECC contract administration and site supervision. Practised in liaising with Government departments, local authorities, statutory consultees, stakeholders and supply chain partners / contractors. Civil engineering design, tender and construction; project management; ECC contract administration and site supervision; liaison with Government, local authorities, statutory consultees, stakeholders and supply chain partners / contractors.

Reeve

Professor Dominic Reeve

Chair
InstitutionMarine Energy Research Group, Swansea University
Emaild.e.reeve@swansea.ac.uk

Coastal Engineering; hydraulic modelling; underwater acoustic propagation; tidal flow; surface wave propagation; sediment transport; ecological systems; forecasting long-term coastal and estuarine morphodynamics; reliability of flood defences; statistical analysis of coastal morphology; stochastic modelling of beach systems.

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