ICOE-OEE 2022

Posters

Come meet the poster presenters to ask them questions and discuss their work

Check the programme for our poster sessions (Tracks 1&3 from 13:00 to 14:00, 18 October // Track 2 from 13:30 to 14:30, 19 October). On Thursday, 20 October from 13:00 to 13:30, join us in the closing event for the Posters Awards to young researchers!


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1. MOVING TO THE INDUSTRIAL SCALE

ID Title Main Author University / Institution or Company Theme Area
1 Buoyant synchrony actuated inductance AC generator SUKUMARAN BALAMUNIANDY WIN&WAV ENTERPRISE Demonstration of ocean energy converters for niche applications.
2 Waves to Water Prize Partnership MIKE MUGLIA ECU COASTAL STUDIES INSTITUTE Demonstration of ocean energy converters for niche applications.
3 Conceptual Design and Optimization of a Combined Offshore Wave-Wind-Aquaculture Installation REBECCA MCCABE CORNELL UNIVERSITY Demonstration of ocean energy converters for niche applications.
4 The Tahiti Wave Energy Challenge project: decarbonizing electricity for islands and costal territories FRANCK LUCAS UNIVERSTY OF FRENCH POLYNESIA Demonstration of ocean energy converters for niche applications.
5 Development of a lightweight wave power desalination device for disaster response WESLEY WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHARLOTTE / WATER BROS DESAL, LLC Demonstration of ocean energy converters for niche applications.
6 Modelling a micro-grid powered by Marine Renewable Energy using batteries and fuel cell MAEL HARNIEH CAPGEMINI ENGINEERING Hybrid & Mix-used ocean energy projects.
7 Maximising energy security through hybrid ocean energy devices MARTIN CARRUTH MARINE POWER SYSTEMS Hybrid & Mix-used ocean energy projects.
8 Opportunity of wave energy as part of the coming Danish Energy Islands JULIA FERNANDEZ CHOZAS JULIA F. CHOZAS, CONSULTING ENGINEER Hybrid & Mix-used ocean energy projects.
9 Cost Optimized Subsea Kite Solution PETER GLASL ENROPE GMBH International development and technology showcase.
10 Ocean Energy tidal enhanced pumped storage utilizing existing infrastructure ARNE KOLLANDSRUD, CEO TIDETEC AS TIDETEC AS International development and technology showcase.
11 The pilot arrays as next step to market ALEJANDRO MARQUES DE MAGALLANES MAGALLANES RENOVABLES Pre-commercial ocean energy farms.
12 The FloWatt Project: the first commercial deployment of vertical axis tidal turbine in the Raz Blanchard GERMAIN IFREMER Pre-commercial ocean energy farms.

2. CROSS-CUTTING RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

ID Title Main Author University / Institution or Company Theme Area
13 Distributed Embedded Energy Converter Technologies BLAKE BOREN THE NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY LABORATORY Cost reduction and reliability improvement through innovative materials.
14 Sustainable concrete for structural elements of ocean energy devices JAN SUCHORZEWSKI RESEARCH INSTITUTES OF SWEDEN Cost reduction and reliability improvement through innovative materials.
15 Hexagonal Distributable Embeddable Energy Converters JAMES NIFFENEGGER UNITED STATES NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY LABORATORY Cost reduction and reliability improvement through innovative materials.
16 Gearbox optimization by reducing the misalignment caused in the main shaft of gearbox of floating offshore wind turbine YEDLAWAR ASHISH SHANKAR INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ,MADRAS Critical components and systems (moorings, foundations, connection, etc.).
17 Numerical and scale physical modelling of a dynamic export cable for a floating offshore wind turbine ANNA HOLCOMBE UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH Critical components and systems (moorings, foundations, connection, etc.).
18 Determination of heat exchanger geometry for OTEC based on net power maximization KEVIN FONTAINE INSTITUTE OF OCEAN ENERGY, SAGA UNIVERSITY Critical components and systems (moorings, foundations, connection, etc.).
19 Battery ageing analysis for the dimensioning of an energy storage system to smooth power output of a wave energy system MARCOS BLANCO CIEMAT Design of arrays and farms.
20 Modelling unsteady loading on a floating tidal stream turbine using blade-element momentum and large-eddy simulation PABLO OURO THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER Design of arrays and farms.
21 Concept design of undersea pumped hydro energy storage system for co-location with wave energy array PAUL HARRIS BRAYTON ENERGY Design of arrays and farms.
22 Reducing uncertainty in WEC extreme load estimates via goodness-of-fit testing JOAO CRUZ YAVIN FOUR CONSULTANTS LDA Design optimisation and tool development.
23 Influencing wave energy device design through lifecycle assessment: the role of ocean energy in supporting the circular economy SHONA PENNOCK UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH Design optimisation and tool development.
24 Selkie Project – open access, multi-use tools SELKIE UCC/MAREI Design optimisation and tool development.
25 Using magnetic coupling and a linear to rotational mechanism in a heave only wave energy point absorber JONATHAN EVERETT UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND Design optimisation and tool development.
26 Collaborative Technology Performance Level Assessments of Wave Energy Converters and Farms WILLIAM PEPLINSKI SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORIES Design optimisation and tool development.
27 Control Co-Design of a Realistic Wave Energy Converter MARKEL PENALBA MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY Design optimisation and tool development.
28 Daedalus DIMITRIOS LYGERIS ECO WAVE DYNAMIS Design optimisation and tool development.
29 The continuous recording of wave statistics from onboard a floating tidal turbine using an inertial measurement unit JAN DILLENBURGER-KEENAN UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH Design optimisation and tool development.
30 On the importance of simulation methods for ocean energy technology at different stages of development JOHANNES PALM SIGMA ENERGY & MARINE AB Design optimisation and tool development.
31 Analytical Operation and Maintenance Optimisation tool for Ocean Energy Systems MANU CENTENO MONDRAGON UNIBERTSITATEA Improving installation, operation and maintenance.
32 Measuring The Effects of Hurricanes on Major Ocean Currents And Implications for Ocean Energy Devices WILLIAM BAXLEY FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY SNMREC Improving installation, operation and maintenance.
33 A Resilient Debris-Compliant Hydropower Generator for Riverine Use in Remote Areas WILLIAM BAXLEY FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY SNMREC Improving installation, operation and maintenance.
34 Fatigue damage analysis of composite materials used in a 1 MW tidal turbine blade AFROOZ KAZEMI VANHARI NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND GALWAY Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
35 A study of turbine performance under unsteady conditions in Australian prospective tidal energy sites through a Blade Element Momentum model using high-frequency field data LARISSA PEREZ DYNAMOCEAN Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
36 Methodology for the life calculation of tidal turbine blades under damage tolerance consideration RAFAEL RODRIGUEZ-BARRACHINA INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE ARAGÓN Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
37 Load classification a Machine Learning Approach SERGIO L. DUBON THE UNIVERSITY O EDINBURGH Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
38 AUV charging with an OWC wave energy converter D.N. FERREIRA INSTITUTO SUPERIOR TÉCNICO, UNIVERSIDADE DE LISBOA Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
39 A global model for the LiftWEC familly of wave energy converters LOUIS PAPILLON INNOSEA Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
40 Experimental infrastructure and computational resources of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) for offshore technologies: Three examples of its application IÑIGO BIDAGUREN UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO/EUSKAL HERRIKO UNIBERTSITATEA Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
41 Combining Parallel Research and Technology Development Projects: Delivering Performance Improvement and Cost Reduction in Marine Renewable Energy Technologies BRENDAN CAHILL OCEAN RENEWABLE POWER COMPANY Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
42 Real-time hybrid physical-numerical simulation for hydrodynamic problems JONAH GADASI OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
43 Experimental study on the performance of winglets on the blades of horizontal axis tidal turbines OLVERA-TREJO, RODOLFO; MYERS, L. E. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
44 Hydro-Elastic Interaction of Flexible Membranes KRISHNENDU PUZHUKKIL UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
45 Tidal Tools – a digital modelling environment for hydrokinetic turbines FRANCESCO SALVATORE CNR-INM, INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERING, NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
46 Hydrodynamic performance analysis of an oscillating water column wave energy converter tested under regular and irregular waves AYRTON ALFONSO MEDINA RODRÍGUEZ UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO Laboratory testing and numerical modelling.
47 Innovative Multi-Turbine Control System for HydroWing Tidal Energy Technology PIMONPAN PHURAPPA UNIVERSITY OF EXETER/INYANGA MARITIME LTD More efficient and reliable power take-off and control systems.
48 Advanced control strategies for WEC ELIE AL SHAMI CARNEGIE WAVE ENERGY IRELAND More efficient and reliable power take-off and control systems.
49 An air turbine for closed-cycle power take off in OWC type wave energy conversion devices. MORGANE BELLEC TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN More efficient and reliable power take-off and control systems.
50 Improved performance of Wells turbine power take-off for an oscillating water column wave energy converter CESAR, CASTILLO SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORIES More efficient and reliable power take-off and control systems.
51 Design of a wave measurement system for experimental study in the Nordic sea: A systematic approach CHISOM EKWEOBA UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
52 An open access platform for assessing wave energy resource and productivity potential of wave energy converters RICCARDO NOVO MARINE OFFSHORE RENEWABLE ENERGY LAB, POLITECNICO DI TORINO Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
53 Data Collection and site survey for tidal energy developments: Best practice and lessons learnt PHILIPP R. THIES UNIVERSITY OF EXETER Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
54 Misalignment of principle current flow and turbine yaw heading on the energy yield production LUKE EVANS UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
55 How applicable are turbulence assumptions used in the tidal energy industry ALYONA NABEREZHNYKH EMEC/EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
56 Quantifying the errors on turbulence measurements made by ADCPs at tidal turbine sites JOEL CULINA FUNDY OCEAN RESEARCH CENTRE FOR ENERGY (FORCE) Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
57 Advances of Site Characterization and Resource Assessment for Wave and Tidal Energy in the south Pacific coast of Chile CRISTIAN ESCAURIAZA PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE / MERIC Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
58 From Science to Consenting: Applying Environmental Effects Information to Support Regulatory Decision-Making MIKAELA C. FREEMAN PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LABORATORY Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
59 Biological consequences of marine energy development on marine animals LENAIG G. HEMERY PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LABORATORY Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
60 Acoustic characterization of an oscillating wave energy converter in the North Atlantic EDUARDO MADRID CENTRO TECNOLÓGICO NAVAL Y DEL MAR Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
61 The contribution of wave energy in the southern Europe (WESE) project to the future development of ocean energy JUAN BALD FUNDACIÓN AZTI – AZTI FUNDAZIOA Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
62 Marine dynamics modelling to study the impact of wave energy farms in nearshore morphodynamics IÑAKI DE SANTIAGO FUNDACIÓN AZTI – AZTI FUNDAZIOA Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
63 A Web-Based Techno-Economic GIS Tool for Ocean Energy ROSS OCONNELL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK / MAREI Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
64 Study on the offshore renewable energy potential in the Atlantic Ocean DUBRANNA, JEAN FRANCE ENERGIES MARINES Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
65 Update on Ocean Energy Systems-Environmental ANDREA COPPING PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LABORATORY Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
66 A novel Risk Index for Uncertainty Reduction in the Design of Ocean Renewable Energy Systems MARKEL PENALBA MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
67 The Tidal Range Resource along the Argentinian Patagonia Coast MARTÍ BARCLAY, VICKY BANGOR UNIVERSITY Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
68 Optimising acoustic characterisation of marine renewable energy devices in real sea environments to de-risk future consenting CATHERINE TAIT EMEC Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
69 Tidal energy resource in the English Channel JON HARDWICK UNIVERSITY OF EXETER Resource, environmental impact and site assessment.
70 Water Energy Point Absorber for Sardinia West Coast MARCELO RAVA DIPARTIMENTO DI INGEGNERIA MECCANICA E AEROSPAZIALE, POLITECNICO DI TORINO

3. SUPPORTING THE FUTURE OF OCEAN ENERGY

ID Title Main Author University / Institution or Company Theme Area
71 The role of emerging technologies in energy future making: a social justice and responsible innovation exploration of marine renewables and hydrogen in island communities LARA SANTOS AYLLON EUROPEAN MARINE ENERGY CENTRE LTD (EMEC) Engaging and involving local communities and businesses.
72 Communicating and engaging with stakeholders on research and innovation through research landscape mapping DEBORAH GREAVES UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH Engaging and involving local communities and businesses.
73 Assessment of Suitability of Current Irish Port Infrastructure for Large-Scale Offshore Energy Installations and Operations Support J VAN ‘T HOFF ROCKALL RESEARCH LTD Maritime planning, permitting and acceptability.
74 Learned experiences from the development of Multi-Use projects – comparing working with existing structures against new builds GRAHAM LYNCH (MUSICA), KEVIN LEYNE (MUSICA), IVANA LUKIC (SUBMARINER NETWORK FOR BLUE GROWTH EEIG) MAREI (UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK) Ocean energy integration in local and global energy systems.
75 Wave energy integration in future power systems PAULA B. GARCIA-ROSA SINTEF ENERGY RESEARCH Ocean energy integration in local and global energy systems.
76 Capturing Lessons Learned by the U.S. Marine Energy Industry ANDREA COPPING PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LABORATORY Public databases, data collection, sharing and analysis.
77 Building a Research Landscape for the University Marine Energy Research Community SAMANTHA QUINN PACIFIC OCEAN ENERGY TRUST Public databases, data collection, sharing and analysis.
78 Costs assessment for Wave Energy Converter: comparison between bottom-up and top-down approaches, applied to the PeWEC case study. ENRICO GIGLIO MARINE OFFSHORE RENEWABLE ENERGY LAB (POLITECNICO DI TORINO)
Standardisation, international metrics for technology evaluation, certification and insurance.
79 Moving forward tidal turbine technology: LCA and techno-economic assessment of a second-generation tidal device MARCO BIANCHI TECNALIA
Standardisation, international metrics for technology evaluation, certification and insurance.
80 Implementation of the LiftWEC LCOE Calculation Tool to four Baseline LiftWEC Configurations JULIA FERNANDEZ CHOZAS JULIA F. CHOZAS, CONSULTING ENGINEER
Standardisation, international metrics for technology evaluation, certification and insurance.
81 Marine Renewable Energy Short Course; Fundamental principles of building a commercial marine renewable energy project JENNIFER FOX AQUATERA LTD Strategies to build and train the marine energy workforce.
82 Developing a Diverse Marine Energy Workforce Pipeline ARIELLE CARDINAL NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY LABORATORY Strategies to build and train the marine energy workforce.
83 Harnessing the economic potential of ocean thermal energy conversion in Indonesia with upscaling scenarios JANNIS LANGER DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Understanding the economic and social value of ocean energy.