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Newcastle University (School of Marine Science & Technology)

Address: Floor 1 Armstrong Building NE1 7RU
URL: https://www.staff.ncl.ac.uk/narakorn.srinil/

The School of Marine Science and Technology (MaST) has world-leading research expertise in marine technology and marine science, a combination that is relatively rare “under one roof” in Higher Educational Institutes. We build success upon our core disciplinary research strengths. In addition, we will also embrace exciting new interdisciplinary research opportunities. By integrating our research expertise within marine science and technology we will establish interdisciplinary research groups working on topics such as marine renewable energy, low carbon shipping, ecosystem-offshore fluid-structure interaction, sustainable fisheries and ocean resource (e.g. hydrocarbons, metals, minerals and aggregates) extraction, all of which are of major societal importance. Marine Science and Technology forms an important part of the portfolio of world-class research conducted by Newcastle University. This highlights the research priorities of MaST and how they support the university’s research objectives, how our research links with international research programmes and initiatives and how we will translate research into impact.

Dr Narakorn Srinil

Position: Senior Lecturer
URL: https://www.staff.ncl.ac.uk/narakorn.srinil/
E-Mail: narakorn.srinil [AT] newcastle.ac.uk

Biography
Dr Narakorn Srinil is leading the ‘Fluid-flexible structure iNterAction ReseArch’ (FlexNARA) team at Newcastle University, School of Marine Science & Technology. FlexNARA aims to address fundamental and multidisciplinary research in the areas of ‘Fluid-Flexible Structure Interactions‘ by developing cost-efficient reduced-order models and software tools which can be applied to Offshore Renewable Energy industry for predicting the effects of ocean current flow, wave, wind & ice loads on offshore rigid/flexible structures. Our goal is to bridge several gaps in our understanding and transfer the key theoretical-practical knowledge from the oil & gas to renewable energy sectors, both of which are of national importance for the UK economy, energy security and prosperity.


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