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Introduction to Offshore Renewables


The Course

Join the University of Strathclyde and the Global Underwater Hub for their widely respected 'Introduction to Offshore Renewables' course.

Aimed at professionals including designers, developers and contractors, as well as government organisations, financial and legal institutions, the course will help delegates understand the technical and business aspects of the offshore renewables sector as we adapt to a Net Zero future.

The course will be delivered virtually, with interactive sessions offering the opportunity for delegates to ask questions and discuss learnings. In particular, visual components will be included to enhance delegates' appreciation of software models and applications.

This is a two-day course with a morning and afternoon session each day. 

Course Tutors

Hear from:

Dr Maurizio Collu, Professor in Offshore Renewable Energy Engineering (University of Strathclyde)
Saeid Lotfian, Materials and Structures (University of Strathclyde)
Dr Andrea Coraddu, Assistant Professor (Delft University of Technology)
Prof Beth Scott, Marine Ecology (University of Aberdeen)
Graham Whitehead, Subsea Industry Specialist (Global Underwater Hub)

Topics and Content

Day 1:
Morning session 
Introduction, governance, environment, safety & economics
Afternoon session Engineering principles

Day 2:
Morning session 
Field architecture, installation, operations & decommissioning
Afternoon session Technology application opportunities

Course Overview and Agenda

Read the course overview and agenda - Download pdf


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