In this webinar, participants will explore the fundamental concepts of wave transformation modelling, gaining insights into the dynamics of wave propagation and transformation in various coastal environments.

Through clear explanations and illustrative examples, attendees will grasp key principles essential for effective wave modelling. This session serves as an introduction to prepare attendees for a deeper dive into utilising SWAN software, developed at Delft University of Technology, for advanced wave simulation with a three x 2-hour session online starting in April.

Join us for this free introduction on the 6th March and register for the course 4th, 11th and 18th April for practical, interactive workshop sessions (see below for details).


Daniel Rodger

JB Pacific

Dan is a Director at JB Pacific, the Chair of the Engineers Australia Queensland Water Panel, and a member of the Griffith University Civil Engineering Reference Group. He has 16 years experience in c... Read more

Alexandra Maskell

JB Pacific

Alex is a Senior Coastal Modeller at JB Pacific. She holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge and has 10+ years' experience in numerical modelling and extremes science. Read more

Panel Members

Krey Price

International Water Training Institute

Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, Krey is a civil engineer and project manager with international experience in water resources. He is engaged in computational modelling, engineeri... Read more

Sponsored by JB Pacific

Course Details: Wave Modelling with SWAN

This free webinar is an introduction to the Wave modelling with SWAN course. SWAN software tool is developed at Delft University of Technology.

This 3 * 2-hour session course will focus on wave modelling; including theory, analytical calculations, numerical modelling and physical modelling. It will introduce the standards, best-practice guidelines and how to perform simple checks for coastal models.


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