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Mini-séminaire du LHEEA 15/11/2018 : "Ocean Wave Energy Research at the University of Adelaide" par Boyin DING (professeur invité dans l'équipe EMO)

Le Laboratoire de recherche en Hydrodynamique, Énergétique et Environnement Atmosphérique de Centrale Nantes (LHEEA) organise des mini-séminaires. Allez-y, c'est ouvert à tous !

Le 15 novembre 2018 de 13:45 à 14:30

Cette semaine à 13h45 en D007, Boyin DING, professeur invité par l'équipe EMO, fera une présentation sur :

"Ocean Wave Energy Research at the University of Adelaide, Australia.",


Speaker Bio:


Dr Boyin Ding is an early career researcher in the School of Mechanical Engineering (MechEng) at the University of Adelaide, where he spent the last decade developing his academic career. Boyin obtained his PhD degree on Robotics, Control and Biomechanics in 2014. Following his PhD conferral, Boyin undertook comprehensive duties in MechEng inc. lecturing, course development, research, student supervision, and external partnership engagement. Boyin also worked as a R&D engineer in part-time within the Medical Device Research Institute at Flinders University, South Australia. Boyin has been active in three diverse research fields over the last five years: robotics and control, biomechanics, and ocean wave energy harnessing. He has been contributing to the establishment and management of two young research groups: the Ocean Wave Energy Research Group within the Centre for Energy Technology at the University of Adelaide; and the Biomechanics and Implants Research Group, a core part of the Medical Device Research Institute at Flinders University. Boyin is now visiting ECN LHEEA for 4 months funded by the Endeavour Leadership Program of the Australian Government, in an effort to build up strategic research partnership with ECN LHEEA EMO on ocean wave energy development.

Seminar Abstract:


At this 30-min seminar, Dr Boyin Ding will provide an overview of the research work undertaken by the Ocean Wave Energy Research Group at the University of Adelaide in the last four years, in the aspects of wave energy converter prototype design, control, optimisation and experiment development. Boyin will also briefly introduce his home organisation in Adelaide, as well as the history of ocean wave energy development in Australia on behalf of the Australian Committee of the International Energy Agency – Ocean Energy Systems.
Publié le 13 novembre 2018 Mis à jour le 13 novembre 2018