Wave energy is a challenging subject that is applicable, globally. However, as researchers, we often found ourselves limited when trying to develop global approaches. Building long-lasting international collaborations can be taunting and difficult, especially for newly recognized research investigators.
But, we are committed to bring together passionate people on wave energy and push towards tackling current and future wave energy issues, as well as developing new research opportunities at all levels.
IIWER has the support of recognized wave energy experts, and seeks to enhance international collaborations through joint publications and project proposals.
IIWER aims to bring together wave energy researchers, and allow them to develop collaborative research publications that can lead to international and interdisciplinary projects.
IIWER offers a platform to exchange ideas and actively support the development of research publications, and nurture the publications resulting from our Members collaborating.
Our scientific supporters are (in alphabetic order):
Prof. Rodrigo Carballo, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela LINK
Prof. Amir Etemad-Shahidi, Griffith University LINK
Dr. Matthew Folley, Queen's University Belfast LINK
Dr. M Reza Hashemi, University of Rhode Island LINK
Dr. Mark Hemer, Climate Science Centre, CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere LINK
Prof. Harshinie Karunarathna, Swansea University LINK
Prof. Gregorio Iglesias, University College Cork LINK
Dr. Matt Lewis Bangor University LINK
Prof. Simon Neill, Bangor University LINK
Dr. Florin Onea, University of Galati LINK
Dr. Paulo Rosa Santos, University of Porto LINK
Prof. Eugen Rusu, University of Galati LINK
Prof. Liliana Rusu, University of Galati LINK
Dr. Alvaro Milho Semedo, IHE Delft LINK
Dr. Helen C M Smith, University of Exeter LINK
Dr. Vicky Stratigaki, University of Ghent LINK
Prof. Peter Troch, University of Ghent LINK
Prof. Vengatesan Venugopal, University of Edinburgh LINK
Prof. Zhaoqing Yang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy LINK