Aims and topics
Welcome to the
International Integrated Wave Energy Research Group (IIWER)
This group is a platform for researchers on wave energy-related subjects.
We focus on the development of integrated research on wave energy.
Join us for enhancing collaborations knowledge sharing and pushing the boundaries in wave energy.
Call for Abstracts for "Ocean renewable energy: A-OS16: has been started.
With great sadness, we were informed that we lost our scientific supporter, Dr. Gerbrant van Vledder.
Bahareh Kamranzad presented about IIWER and its activities and aims at "AI for SDGs", a trilateral conference between Japan, Germany and France.
Members of IIWER held their first meeting during EWTEC 2019.
Wave energy potential and variability for the south west coasts of the Black Sea: The WEB-based wave energy atlas
Selection index for Wave Energy Deployments (SIWED): A near-deterministic index for wave energy converters
Wave energy resource assessment along the Algerian coast based on 39-year wave hindcast
Development and validation of a high-resolution regional wave hindcast model for U.S. West Coast wave resource characterization
A classification system for global wave energy resources based on multivariate clustering
Climatic trends in the fluctuations of wind waves power in the Black Sea
Wave power extraction from a tubular structure integrated oscillating water column
Optimized wind and wave energy resource assessment and offshore exploitability in the Mediterranean Sea
Modelling of operation and optimum design of a wave power take-off system with energy storage
Wave power extraction by a nearshore oscillating water column converter with a surging lip-wall
The performance of the three-float M4 wave energy converter off Albany, on the south coast of western Australia, compared to Orkney (EMEC) in the U.K.
Sensitivity of OWC performance to air compressibility
Modelling of linear and non-linear two-body wave energy converters under regular and irregular wave conditions
Numerical analysis and wave tank validation on the optimal design of a two-body wave energy converter