Mathematical Challenges and Modelling of Hydroelasticity

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Mathematical Challenges and Modelling of Hydroelasticity

 21 - 24 Jun 2010
 ICMS, 15 South College Street Edinburgh

Scientific Organisers:

  • Alexander Korobkin, University of East Anglia

  • Emilian Parau, University of East Anglia

  • Jean-Marc Vanden-Broeck, University College London 

The workshop allowed researchers in the field of mathematical hydroelasticity to become more aware of other theoretical developments in this field. This was the first workshop focused on mathematical aspects of hydroelasticity.


  • Pavel Plotnikov, Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics - Strain-Gradient Theory of Hydroelastic Travelling Waves

  • Geert K. Kapsenberg, MARIN - Slamming of Ships: Where Are We Now?

  • Sergey Gavrilyuk, University Aix-Marseille - Solid-Fluid Diffuse Interface Model

  • Henrik Kalisch, University of Bergen - Stability of a CO2-Seawater Interface

  • Michael Meylan, University of Auckland - Hydroelasticity from the Perspective of Complex Scattering Frequencies

  • Mariana Haragus, Université de Franche-Comté - Transverse Spectral Stability of Travelling Periodic Waves for the KP Equations

  • Rodney Eatock Taylor, University of Oxford - Resonances and Transient Responses of a Floating Beam

  • Tatiana Khabakhpasheva, Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics - Mathematical Aspects of Water Wave Interaction with Floating Elastic Plate

  • Eldad Avital, Queen Mary University of London - Sound Scattering and Control by Free Surface Piercing and Fluid Loaded Cylindrical Shells

  • Gérard Iooss, IUF - Nonlinear Reduction Method for Finding Localized Travelling Waves in a Fluid Layer Covered by an Elastic Plate

  • Luke Bennetts, University of Otago - Numerical and Experimental Modelling of Synthetic "Sea Ice" in a Wavetank

  • Roger Hosking, University of Adelaide - Theoretical Response of Floating Plates to Moving Loads

  • Jean-Marc Vanden-Broeck, University College London - Nonlinear waves Under a Sheet of Ice

  • Vernon Squire, University of Otago - Hydroelastic Chronicles of a Gelid Mathematician

  • Emilian I. Parau, University of East Anglia - Three-Dimensional Solitary Waves in Fluid Mechanics

  • Ruben Schulkes, Statoil - Some Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems in the Energy Industry

  • Alan Tassin, LBMS - Three-Dimensional Water Impact Problems: Numerical Modelling Based on the Wagner Theory and Experiments

  • Paul Brocklehurst, University of East Anglia - 3D Problem of Hydroelastic Waves Interacting with a Vertical Column

  • Michael Makasyeyev, National Academy of Science of Ukraine - Two-Dimensional Unsteady Planing Elastic Plate

  • Sime Malenica, Bureau Veritas Paris - Overview of Hydroelastic Problems in Ship Design

  • Mark Blyth, University of East Anglia - Transit of an Elastic Capsule Through a Branching Channel

  • Marius Tucsnak, University of Nancy - Mathematical Analysis of Some Swimming Mechanisms

  • Nigel Peake, University of Cambridge - Fluid-Structure Interaction in the Presence of Mean Flow

  • Frank T. Smith, UCL - Many-Body Problems in Fluids

  • Christophe Eloy, IRPHE - Optimisation of Undulatory Swimming

  • Alexander Korobkin, University of East Anglia - Normal Mode Method in Problems of Liquid Impact onto Elastic Wall

  • Spyros E. Hirdaris, Lloyd's Register London - Hydroelasticity of Ships - The Classification Prespective

  • James Oliver, University of Oxford - Second-Order Wagner Theory for the Two-Dimensional Water Entry of a Deformable Nody

  • Malte Peter, University of Augsburg - The Generalised Eigenfunction Method and Time-Dependent Linear Water-Wave Impact on a Vertical Elastic Plate

  • Paul A. Martin, Colorado School of Mines - Multiple Scattering of Flexural Waves by Random Configurations of Inclusions in Thin Plates

  • Andrei Metrikine, Delft University of Technology - Intermittancy of the Self-Excited Vibrations of a Submerged Cantilever Pipe Aspiring Water


I David, AbrahamsIsaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Eldad, AvitalQueen Mary University of London
Luke, BennettsUniversity of Otago
Mark, BlythUniversity of East Anglia
Axel, BonnaudUniversity of Stavanger
Paul, BrocklehurstUniversity of East Anglia
Henk, Den BestenDelft University of Technology
Rodney, Eatock TaylorUniversity of Oxford
Christophe, EloyIRPHE/Centrale Marseille
Sergey, GavrilyukUniversity Aix-Marseille
Ove T., GudmestadUniversity of Stavanger
Mariana, HaragusUniversité de Franche-Comté
Spyros E., HirdarisLloyd's Register London
Roger, HoskingUniversity of Adelaide
Gérard, IoossUniversité de Nice
Henrik, KalischUniversity of Bergen
Geert K., KapsenbergMARIN
Tatiana, KhabakhpashevaLavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics
Alexander, KorobkinUniversity of East Anglia
Michael, MakasyeyevInstitute of Hydromechanics National Academy of Science of Ukraine
Sime, MalenicaBureau Veritas Paris
Paul A., MartinColorado School of Mines
Andrei, MetrikineDelft University of Technology
Michael, MeylanUniversity of Auckland
Touvia, MilohUniversity of Tel Aviv
James, OliverUniversity of Oxford
Emilian, ParauUniversity of East Anglia
Nigel, PeakeUniversity of Cambridge
Malte, PeterUniversity of Augsburg
Pavel, PlotnikovLavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics
Moritz, ReinhardUniversity of East Anglia
Ruben, SchulkesStatoil
Frank T., SmithUniversity College London
Vernon, SquireUniversity of Otago
Alan, TassinUniversity of East Anglia
John, TolandIsaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Marius, TucsnakUniversity of Nancy
Jean-Marc, Vanden-BroeckUniversity College London