Numerical & Experimental Hydrodynamic Modelling Forum
Established within the Dynamics and Properties of Marine Systems (DPMS) research theme, the MASTS Numerical and Experimental Hydrodynamic Modelling (NEHM) forum exists to promote numerical and experimental hydrodynamic modelling within Scotland, and provide a platform for bringing together the scientific community to address current and future research needs.
Both numerical and physical models are used to simulate estuarine, coastal and ocean-scale flows, and as such have a broad range of applications, from environmental assessment, to marine energy, to climatology. MASTS NEHM members have research expertise in these areas, which can be seen below.
Finding out more
For more information on the forum and its members do, see the following pages:
- Members database
- Presentations from the 2018 NEHM Networking Workshop held in Edinburgh in April
- Presentations from the 2017 MASTS ASM Special Session on “Circulation, dispersion and connectivity in Scottish Waters"
Forum Convenor: Dr David Woolf
Deputy Forum Convenor: TBC
Steering Group: Angus Creech (University of Edinburgh); Rory O'Hara Murray (MSS); Dmitry Aleynik (SAMS), Magda Carr (Newcastle University); Phil Gillibrand (Marine Harvest), Dominic Vandara (Aberdeen University) and Ted Schlicke (SEPA); Soizic Garnier (student member)