Mr Thomas Vyzikas

Mr Thomas Vyzikas

Visiting Researcher

School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

PhD Student

School of Marine Science and Engineering 
Faculty of Science and Environment

MERiFIC INTERREG IV A funded project: "Integrated numerical modelling system for marine renewable energy"

ICE – Coasts, Marine Structures and Breakwaters: Vyzikas, T., Ransley, E., Hann, M., Magagna, D., Greaves, D., Simmonds, D., et al. (2013). Integrated numerical modelling system for extreme wave events at the Wave Hub site. ICE: Coasts, Marine Structures and Breakwaters 2013. Edinburgh, 18-20 September 2013.

6th PanHellenic Conference of Marine Structures: Vyzikas, T., Greaves, D., Simmonds, D., Ransley, E. and Brown, S. (2013). Shape optimization of perforated caissons for wave energy harnessing, Conference proceedings. Athens, 10-14 November 2013 (available in Greek).

Reports & invited lectures

Best practice report: Task 3.4.4 of WP3 fromthe MERiFIC project: Vyzikas T., Greaves D., Simmonds D., Maisondieu C., SmithH. and Radford L. (2014). Application of numerical models and codes. Universityof Plymouth, February 2014.

Other academic activities

Marine Operation MERiFIC Workshop: Oral presentation: “Composite Modelling of an extreme wave event in the Wave Hun site”. University of Plymouth, 26-27 March 2013.

Inore Symposium 2013, Wales: Poster presentation of integrated numerical modelling of a numerical wave tank. Pembrokeshire, 12-18 May 2013.

4th UK Marine Technology Postgraduate Conference: Oral presentation: “Composite Modelling, A new approach for an efficient modelling system for Marine Renewable Energy”. University College London, 11-12 June 2013.