The first version of FVdrills, a fishing vessel drill app developed in partnership with the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association, just hit the app store last week! Check it out and let me know what you think.
On November 13, 2012, Lauren Hanyok successfully defended her thesis “Methods for calculating motion induced interruptions as applied to a space capsule after splashdown.” How’s that for the intersection of aerospace and ocean engineering! Congratulations Lauren!
Congratulations Dr. Qing Yang who successfully defended his PhD thesis in December, 2011! You can peruse Qing’s thesis here: SPH Simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems with Application to Hovercraft. For more on Qing’s various publications, click on the tag ‘Yang‘ on this site.
Laine Welch, wonderful woman that she is, generously invited me to discuss SCraMP with her on Fish Radio! If you want to catch more of Laine’s Fish Radio, check out the archive hosted by the Marine Conservation Alliance.
Congratulations to Wan Wu on successfully defending her PhD! Read it here: Analytical and Numerical Methods Applied to Nonlinear Vessel Dynamics and Code Verification for Chaotic Systems. For more on Wan’s work, click on the tag ‘Wu‘ on this site.
W. Robert Story, MS thesis “Application of Lyapunov Exponents to Strange Attractors and Intact & Damaged Ship Stability,” successfully defended April 29, 2009. Recipient of the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools’ ETD Master’s Thesis Award in the “Innovative Application of Technology to Scholarship in a Master’s Thesis” category. For more on Rob’s work, click on the tag ‘Story‘ on this site.
David Grant, MS thesis “Full Scale Investigation of Bilge Keel Effectiveness at Forward Speed,” successfully defended April 28, 2008. For more on David’s work, click on the tag ‘Grant‘ on this site.
Lt. Michael Venturella, MS thesis “Modal Analysis of the Ice-Structure Interaction Problem,” successfully defended April 15, 2008 (co-advised with Mayuresh Patil). For more on Michael’s work, click on the tag ‘Venturella‘ on this site.
Lt. Brook Sherman, MS thesis “The Examination and Evaluation of Dynamic Ship Quiescence Prediction and Detection Methods for Application in the Ship-Helicopter Dynamic Interface,” successfully defended April 16, 2007. For more on Brook’s work, click on the tag ‘Sherman‘ on this site.