I am currently a Research officer in ocean renewable energy for the project SEEC (http://seec.bangor.ac.uk/). My aim is to: 1) develop analysis techniques applied to observational data and integrate with ocean models; 2) explore the use of ocean modelling tools for use in co-located aquaculture/ocean renewable energy projects and 3) run ocean models to understand environmental impacts and potential yield of aquaculture and/or ocean renewable energy projects.
Reearch officer in Ocean renewable energy, School of Ocean Sciences, Banogr University, Wales (U.K.), Smart Efficiency Energy Centre project (SEEC), "Exploring the use of ocean modelling tools for use in co-located aquaculture/ocean renewable energy projects in the Irish Sea"
Research officer in Bio-physical modelling, School of Ocean Sciences, Banogr University, Wales (U.K.), Ecostructure project, "Developing biophysical models for contrasting regions to simulate the dispersal of larvae and other material"
PhD position, School of Ocean Sciences, Banogr University, Wales (U.K.), "Simualting the temporal and spatial variability of north Wales mussel population, Mytilus Edulis"
Research engineer in genetic, Ifremer, French Polynesia, “Genetic amelioration of the pearl oyster, Pinctada margaritifera”
Field assistant in marine ecology, Université de la Polynésie française
Research Assistant in marine ecology, Bodega Marine Laboratory, California, USA, “Study of interactions intra- and interspecific of littoral ecosystem”
Engineer internship, Scottish Ocean Institute, St Andrews, Scotland, “Study of genes expression in tentacles and operculum of Pomatoceros Lamarckii during regeneration and development”
Supergen ORE (£5000; 2020): "Multi-use platforms at sea (MUPs): an innovative way to manage offshore pace and reduce coastal anthropic pressure".
PRIMaRE - ECR travel grant (£200; 2018);
Phone: 0044 (0)1248388225
Address: School of Ocean Sciences, Askew St, Menai Bridge, LL59 5AB, United Kingdom