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Yuki Imai appointed as Assinstant Professer at Shiraham observatoryNew!!

Yuki Imai appointed as Assinstant Professer at Field Research Section for Fluvial and Coastal Hazards (Shirahama) of Research Center for Fluvial and Coastal Disasters, DPRI. Thank you for his contribution to the laboratory.

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Paper published in Communications earth & environment

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Seminar
Special seminar on NbS in coastal engineering

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Ph.D defense by Yuki Imai

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Conference
The 27th The International Conference on Coastal Engineering (ICCE) 

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New member joined

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New member joined

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Paper published in Physical Review Letters

September 28 Contents Researchers create the most realistic rogue waves to date, showing dynamics that follow those expected for extreme waves in more idealized systems. Manuscript Experimental Evidence of Nonlinear Focusing in Standing Water WavesYuchen He, Alexey Slunyaev, Nobuhito Mori, and Amin ChabchoubPhys. Rev. Lett. 129, 144502 – Published 28 September 2022 Synopsis Schrödinger Win for […]

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Paper published in Géotechnique

August 23 Contents Out new paper has been publish in Nature Reviews Earth & Environment This is a review paper summarizing recent research progress of tsunami monitoring, early warning and hazard assessment. Manuscript Mori, N., K. Satake, D. Cox, K. Goda, P. A. Catalan, T.C. Ho, F. Imamura, T. Tomiczek, P. Lynett, T. Miyashita, A. […]

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Paper published in Géotechnique

August 16 Contents Out new paper has been publish in Géotechnique. This is a collaborative research on failure of seawall due to wave pressure and overtopping between Port and Airport Research Institute and Imperial College. Manuscript Destabilisation of seawall ground by ocean wavesHidenori Takahashi, Lidija Zdravković, Aikaterini Tsiampousi, and Nobuhito Mori, Géotechnique, 1-16

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