PhD in Naval and Oceanic Engineering
Naval and Oceanic Engineering (NOE) is the scientific and technological discipline that applies the principles and methods of Engineering, Science and Technology for the understanding, definition and resolution of structural, hydrodynamic and systemic problems in the units, ships and artifacts used in maritime transport, and the exploitation of the resources of seas and oceans and units for defense and security.
The lines of research offered by the program are: 1) Hydrodynamics and Sloshing. 2) Experimental, Numerical and Computer-aided Design in Marine Vessels and Development artifacts. 3) Energy Exploitation of Marine Currents. 4) Fuel Cells and Hydrogen. Oceanic and Naval applications. 5 ) Hybrid materials. Oceanic and Naval applications. 6) Welding. Corrosion. Oceanic and Naval applications. 7) Structures and marine constructions. 8) Safety and Maritime Transport. 9) Aquaculture and Fisheries.
The program promotes agreements to foster national and international cooperation and participation in international R & D and collaboration with the business sector as a vehicle for funding research activities.
Juan Carlos Suárez Bermejo
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