Author Archives: Hao Lam

Applications open for new ASEAN scholarships

Applications are now open for the prestigious Australia for ASEAN scholarships. The program aims to support students undertaking a Master by Research degree to develop the skills and knowledge to drive change and help build enduring people links between ASEAN and Australia. Applicants are assessed on their professional and personal qualities, academic competence and their […]

PhD Position in Normandy University: Monitoring of COastal hydrodynamics by combining Spatial observations and numerical MOdeling

We have a vacancy for a PhD candidate in CNRS UMR 6143 – M2C Department at Normandy University. The project aims at investigating the coastal hydrodynamics induced by sea level, storm surges and waves in response to weather drivers, case of Normandy coasts. A special focus will be given to extreme events for assessing flood hazards, especially […]

K2023 students report on the course Introduction to Oceanology

K2023 students had a reporting session on topics after two months of group work together on Monday, December 25, 2023. The groups and instructors worked hard to complete the course requirements set out in group work. There are eight groups (five students per group) learning about eight topics related to the field of study. The […]

Students of the training course “The Changing Coast” report on field trip results at Cu Lao Dung, Soc Trang

Cu Lao Dung is a coastal district in Soc Trang province, the downstream area of ​​the Hau River where the Hau River flows into the East Sea through two estuaries Tran De and Dinh An. Within the framework of learning about the Mekong Delta, the course of the Changing Coast had a field trip in […]

Fully funded Ph.D. positions in Civil/Ocean Engineering at at University of Rhode Island (URI)

Fully funded Ph.D. positions in Civil/Ocean Engineering Dr. Amini’s research group at the University of Rhode Island (URI) seeks highly motivated graduate students interested in pursuing innovative research in broad areas of structural engineering, fluid-structure-soil interaction modeling, multi-hazard analysis, and resilience modeling. One/two fully funded Ph.D. positions are available in the Department of Civil and […]

PhD & Postdoc positions at UCSB in coastal resilience

2 PhD and 2 Postdoc positions in coastal resilience at UC Santa Barbara  Interested in working on sandy beaches in California with a diverse group of coastal scientists and practitioners?  Positions are available on a state-funded California Climate Action Grant to examine the roles of coastal dunes as nature-based solutions (NbS) to enhance the resilience of […]

Two PhD Positions in Coastal Engineering and Resilience at the University of Rhode Island (URI)

Dear colleagues,I am seeking two PhD students to join my coastal research group in the Department of Ocean Engineering at the University of Rhode Island (URI) in 2024. Start in Spring or Fall 2024, with a set start date no later than Fall 2024. We welcome motivated students to join us in our pursuit of exploring nature-based solutions for coastal […]

Ocean Data Analysis with R Programming for Early Career Ocean Professionals (ECOPs) – Asia [ONLINE]Summary

Ocean Data Analysis with R Programming for Early Career Ocean Professionals (ECOPs) – Asia [ONLINE]Summary The course serves as an introduction to R programming language and software environment (RStudio) for data exploration, cleaning, organizing, analysis and visualization in a more powerful way. It is designed for Early Career Ocean Professionals who are beginners in R, […]

IOC/OTGA/INOS: Integrated Data Analysis Approach for Coastal Upwelling Studies (online course)

Summary Content (different modules): Topic 1: Introduction to Upwelling Topic 2: Introduction to Ekman dynamic and ocean winds Topic 3: Obtaining Ekman transport and upwelling index Topic 4: Case study: Coastal upwelling Topic 5: Creating data collection from the World Ocean Database (WOD) Topic 6: Plotting WOD data collection using Ocean Data View Topic 7: […]

PhD studentship at University of Plymouth

We are offering a fully funded 3.5-year PhD position associated with the ‘Building Community Resilience on a Dynamic Coast by Making Space for Sand (MS4S)’ project. The project recognises that allowing coastal sedimentary systems to adapt naturally to sea-level rise can improve coastal resilience. Therefore, instead of trying to adapt and manage natural systems, nature […]