Mr Tom Tosdevin
School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Researcher supporting Marine-i and the work of the COAST research group through physical and numerical modelling of floating offshore renewable energy devices. Particularly interested in extreme response modelling and reliability.
MSc Marine renewable energy (2018), University of Plymouth
BSc Astrophysics (2014), Queen Mary University of London
PGCE and QTS - 3 years teaching secondary school Maths and Physics (2014 - 2017)
Probabilistic design in offshore renewable energy.
Numerical and physical modelling of offshore renewable energy devices.
Giassi, M., Thomas, S., Tosdevin, T., Engström, J., Hann, M., Isberg, J. and Göteman, M., 2020. Capturing the experimental behaviour of a point-absorber WEC by simplified numerical models. Journal of Fluids and Structures, 99, p.103143.
Tosdevin, T., Giassi, M., Thomas, S., Engstrom, J., Hann, M., Isberg, J., Goteman, M., Ransley, E., Musliedlak, P., Simmonds, D. and Greaves, D., 2020. On the calibration of a WEC-Sim model for heaving point absorbers.