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Institute of Hydroengineering (PAN-IBW PAN)
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www.ibwpan.gda.pl

Polish name: Instytut Budownictwa Wodnego Polskiej Akademii Nauk
Parent institute: Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), more

Address:
7 Kościerska,
80-328 Gdańsk
Poland

Tel.: +48-(0)58-552 20 11
Fax: +48-(0)58-552 42 11
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Type: Scientific
Level: Unit

Persons (8)  Top | Projects 

Abstract:
IBW-PAN - Institute of Hydro-Engineering, Polish Academy of Science (Poland) IBW PAN, employing 68 people, covers fundamental and applied research in marine and inland water engineering, coastal engineering, soil mechanics and foundation, geotechnics, geo-mechanics and environmental engineering. The activities of the Institute are based on the methods of applied mechanics and mathematics, both analytical and numerical. Classical methods of hydromechanics,
hydraulics and geo-mechanics have been adapted for standard investigations, and some new and original methods developed. Theoretical studies are supplemented with extensive laboratory and field investigations.

Projects (8)  Top | Persons 
  • ASTIR: Assessment Study on Requirements for Technologies, Decision Making Tools and Baseline Information Requirements for Operational Oceanography and Integrated Coastal Zone Management, more
  • BASYS: Baltic Sea System Study, more
  • CONSCIENCE: Concepts and Science for Coastal Erosion Management, more
  • Determination and description of relations among sediment transport, current structures and seabed evolution, extension and verification of models of these phenomena for shallow water of dissipative (barred) and reflective (non-barred) coasts, more
  • ENCORA: European platform for coastal research: coordination action, more
  • FLOODsite: Integrated Flood Risk Analysis and Management Methodologies, more
  • MERMAID: Innovative Multi-purpose off-shore platforms: planning, Design and operation, more
  • THESEUS: Innovative coastal technologies for safer European coasts in a changing climate, more

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