Mr Thomas Vyzikas

Mr Thomas Vyzikas


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"

Research groups

  • Coastal, Ocean and Sediment Transport

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.