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The courses will be held in the Annex of The-K Seoul Hotel Convention Center.
Registration fee before April 15: $200
Registration fee until May 31: $240
On site: $290
 
* Note : Minimum of 6 person sign-up is required for a course to take place.
The registration for the courses should be made through the Registration.
Course material, Lunch and Coffee are included in registration fee.
 
     
 
 Course 1. Numerical Wave Tank and Its Applications to Performance Design
Date & Time June 15, 2014, 10:00-12:00/13:30-16:30 Room Namkang A, Annex B1
Course
Organizer
Koji Kawasaki, Hydro-soft Technology Institute, Japan
Lecture 1. Performance Design of Coastal Structures
- Shigeo Takahashi, Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan
2. A Practical and Integrated Numerical Simulation Model for Tsunami Damage
Estimation, STOC
- Takashi Tomita, Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan
3. Super Roller Flume for Computer Aided Design of Maritime Structure,
CADMAS-SURF/3D
- Taro Arikawa, Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan
4. Dynamic Numerical Model of Multi-Phase Flow with Hydrodynamic Interactions,
DOLPHIN-3D
- Koji Kawasaki, Hydro-soft Technology Institute, Japan
 
 Course 2. Marine Energy : Supporting Structures and Foundation
Date & Time June 15, 2014, 10:00-12:00/13:30-16:30 Room Namkang B, Annex B1
Course
Organizer
Lee, Kwang Soo, Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Korea
Lecture [Tidal Current Energy]
1. Coastal Engineering Problems for Tidal Current Energy
- Lee, Kwang Soo, Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Korea
2. Tidal Current Energy Systems
- Park, Hoon Cheol , Konkuk University, Korea
- Ko, Jin Hwan, Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Korea
3. Design of Supporting Structures for Tidal Current Energy
- Yi, Jin-Hak, Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Korea
[Offshore Wind Energy]
4. Coastal Engineering Problems for Offshore Wind Energy
- Lee, Kwang Soo, Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Korea
5. Design of Supporting Structures and Foundation for Offshore Wind Energy
- Kwon, O-Soon, Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Korea
6. Reliability Design of Foundation for Offshore Wind Energy
- Yoon, Gil-Lim, Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Korea
 
 Course 3. Probabilistic Design
Date & Time June 15, 2014, 10:00-12:00/13:30-16:30 Room Namkang C, Annex B1
Course
Organizer
Hans F. Burcharth, Aalborg University, Denmark
Lecture 1. Introduction Including Outline of Overall Frame for Probabilistic Design of Coastal
Structures
- Hans F. Burcharth, Aalborg University, Denmark
2. Stochastic Modelling of Uncertainties: Physical Uncertainties (loads and strengths),
Model Uncertainties, Statistical Uncertainties and Measurement Uncertainties
- John Dalsgaard Sorensen, Aalborg University, Denmark
3. Reliability Analysis: By Reliability Index Technique
and Simulation Including Demo of Computer Programs (STRUREL)
- John Dalsgaard Sorensen, Aalborg University, Denmark
4. System Reliability and Time-Variant Reliability. Partial Safety Factors:
Target Reliability and Calibration of Safety Factors
- John Dalsgaard Sorensen, Aalborg University, Denmark
5. Analysis of Optimum Reliability of Accropode Armoured Breakwaters
- Seung-Woo Kim, US Army ERDC (Dynamic Solutions LLC), USA
6. Example Application of Reliability Analyses in Design of Breakwaters
- Hans F. Burcharth, Aalborg University, Denmark
 
 Course 4. Climate Change Effects on Coastal Engineering Problems
Date & Time June 15, 2014, 10:00-12:00/13:30-16:30 Room Dongkang A, Annex 3F
Course
Organizer
Dominic Reeve, Swansea University, UK
Lecture 1. The Significance of Shoreline Changes under Climate Change Scenarios
- Dominic Reeve, Swansea University, UK
2. Ensemble Modelling of Waves and Surge to Assess Climate Change Impacts
- Shunqi Pan, Cardiff University, UK
3. Stability Analysis of Composite Breakwater with Wave-Dissipating Blocks
considering Climate Change Impacts
- Hajime Mase, Kyoto University, Japan
4. Probabilistic design of coastal structures accounting for climate change
- Rodolfo Silva Casarin, Mexico
5. Prediction of Long-term Morphodynamic Response of Estuarine Systems
to Sea Level Rise and Human Interference
- Harshinie Karunarathna, Swansea University, UK
6. Coastal Squeeze and Managed Realignment in a Warming World
- Vanesa Magar, ICAM, Mexico
7. Coastal Engineering: Maintaining a Way of Life
- Mike Phillips, Swansea Metropolitan University, UK
 
 Course 5. CSEOF(Cyclostationary Empirical Orthogonal Function)
Date & Time June 15, 2014, 10:00-12:00/13:30-16:30 Room Dongkang B, Annex 3F
Course
Organizer
Kwang-Yul Kim, Seoul National University, Korea
Lecture 1. Lecture on the Conceptual Foundation of CSEOF Analysis
- K.-Y. Kim, Seoul National University, Korea
2. CSEOF-based Sea Level Height Reconstruction
- Benjamin Hamlington, University of Colorado, USA
3. CSEOF analysis of ocean variables
- Hanna Na, Hokkaido University, Japan
4. CSEOF-based downscaling and prediction
- K.-Y. Kim, Seoul National University, Korea
* Instructor can be changed.
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