• International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE2016). Edinburgh, Scotland.

The International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE) is a global marine energy event focused on the industrial development of renewable marine energy. Held every two years, the goal of the conference and exhibition is to share recent experiences from research and demonstration efforts. It aims to accelerate development by stimulating collaboration networks between companies and research and development centres. Source:  https://www.icoe-conference.com/about-icoe/

  • Attendance to launching event for ICONN EID Project./
  • Participation in the exhibition with Floating Power Plant stand and poster session.


  • Wind Energy Denmark (2016). Odense, Denmark.

The Danish wind industry’s international two-day conference and exhibition is the one Danish wind event that brings together the entire wind industry and research community under one roof. The event is the optimum platform for networking, exchange of new ideas, and promoting new products and solutions. Source: http://www.windenergydenmark.dk/

  • Attendance to conference sessions
  • Poster and oral presentation about general scope of the PhD project.


  • Marine Energy Week (BMEW2017). Bilbao, Spain.

Southern Europe’s largest marine energy event. The event attracts leading agents, companies, researchers and decision-makers involved in the development of marine energy sources. Source: http://www.bilbaomarinenergy.com/index.aspx

  • Attendance to conference sessions.
  • Floating Power Plant participated in two of the sessions with Dr. Sarah Thomas as speaker.
  • Poster presentation about hydrodynamic modelling of FPP’s WEC in wave flume.


  • Offshore Wind Energy (2017). London, United Kingdom.

WindEurope and RenewableUK joint forces to host Offshore Wind Energy 2017, the largest offshore wind conference and exhibition in the world. This event was attended by thousands of leading and emerging players in the wind energy sector from all over the globe. Participants at Offshore Wind Energy 2017 will had the opportunity to participate in an exhibition by over 400 exhibitors and stimulating conference sessions while networking with key figures at the forefront of this increasingly competitive renewable industry. Source: http://offshorewind2017.com/

  • Attendance to conference sessions.
  • Participation in the exhibition with Floating Power Plant stand.

  • World Wind Energy Conference (WWEC2017). Malmö, Sweden.

The Conference brought together the foremost experts, peers and practitioners in the business from the whole world. On the theme; Popular and Participatory Wind Power, the conference focused on how to contribute to the development of wind power with a mix of players working for the energy ransformation. Source: https://wwec2017.com/

  • Attendance to conference sessions
  • Participation with an oral presentation and paper


  • International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Artic Engineering (OMAE2017). Trondheim, Norway.

OMAE is the ideal forum for researchers, engineers, managers, technicians and students from the scientific and industrial communities from around the world to: meet and present advances in technology and its scientific support; exchange ideas and experiences whilst promoting technological progress and its application in industry, and promote international cooperation in ocean, offshore and arctic engineering Following on the tradition of excellence of previous OMAE conferences, more than 900 technical papers are normally planned for presentation. Source: https://www.asme.org/events/omae

  • Attendance to conference sessions
  • Paper and oral presentation

  • International Network on Offshore Renewable Energy (INORE2017). Cork, Ireland.

INORE is a network of young researchers within renewable energy whose main focus is offshore renewables. INORE was created by early stage researchers, for early stage researchers who work in all aspects related to offshore wind, wave, tidal, and other offshore energies. We bring together researchers from around the world to meet, collaborate, and share knowledge. Source: https://inore.org/

  • Poster and oral presentation

INORE Symposium 2017

  • European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC2017). Cork, Ireland.

The European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) series are international, technical and scientific conferences, focussed on ocean renewable energy and widely respected for their commitment to maintain high standards in the quality of academic and industrial contributions to their proceedings. Source: http://www.ewtec.org/

  • Attendance to conference sessions
  • Paper and poster presentation

  • OES Task10 Workshop (From 2016, ongoing). Amsterdam, Netherlands.

The intention of this task is to assess the codes currently in use globally for analysis of wave energy devices. This effort will focus on assessing the accuracy and validation process of the codes by comparing codes to codes and codes to experiments. Source:https://www.ocean-energy-systems.org/oes-projects/task-10-wave-energy-converters-modelling-verification-and-validation/


  • Miscellaneous 

  • Meetings with Fritz Schur Energy regarding power-take-off system. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Meetings with Lloyd’s Register regarding certification and classification process. London, UK.
  • Floating Power Plant’s monthly meeting: Planning and internal coordination monthly meetings.