Tag List: 2010


Dr Luke Myers and the Duke of York

His Royal Highness The Duke of York visited the engineering laboratories of the University of Southampton’s Sustainable Energy Research Group on Thursday 4th November 2010.

Posted on 4th November, 2010
Category : News

Paul Jowitt

Paul Jowitt President of the Institute of Civil Engineers view invitation poster for more information

Posted on 1st October, 2010
Category : Lecture Series : News

Department of Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial College London

Dr. Valentin Heller visited The Applied Modelling and Computation Group (AMCG), part of the Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College, to give presentations about the “Anaconda wave power device” and “Landslide generated tsunamis”.

Posted on 6th August, 2010
Category : News

Rashik Parmar

Rashik Parmar Chief Technical Officer for IBM – North Eastern Europe view invitation poster for more information

Posted on 12th May, 2010
Category : Lecture Series : News

Prof Bahaj meets David Cameron

David Cameron MP, the leader of the Conservatives, visited the engineering laboratories of the University of Southampton’s Sustainable Energy Research Group on Monday 3rd May 2010. He heard how the range of disciplines at the University’s School of Civil Engineering and the Environment enabled Southampton to conduct energy research from many different perspectives, from monitoring […]

Posted on 3rd May, 2010
Category : News

Neville Gabie’s Iceberg Project

Dr Patrick James and Dr Neil Richardson supported artist Neville Gabie on his iceberg project at the Tatton Park Biennial which features an iceberg transported from Greenland to the UK. SERG helped with the development and installation of the cooling mechanism used for keeping the iceberg frozen. Electricity is generated via a photovoltaic array which […]

Posted on 1st May, 2010
Category : News

ICE Report – Offshore Renewables

The report responds to the UK electricity sector’s security of supply crisis, as one third (30GW) of UK’s power plants are due to close by 2025 coupled with the need to urgently decarbonise our energy supply to meet pressing environmental targets. ICE’s report says the rapid up-scaling of offshore renewable resources, on a similar scale […]

Posted on 18th March, 2010
Category : News