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Professor of Coastal Engineering

Delft University


Delft University of Technology


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Chaired by Stefan Aarninkhof, Professor of Coastal Engineering at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, the technical committee has carefully curated this conference with a view to exchanging the latest knowledge and real-world experience in the Iberian Peninsula.

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Conference Chair, Stefan Aarninkhof, Professor of Coastal Engineering at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, said "The conference offers an excellent opportunity to share state-of-the-art insights, on sustainable development of marine infrastructure, in the real-world context of Iberian projects".

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Stefan Aarninkhof (Chair), Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

Presentations - CEDA - MSI International seminar on Dredging and the Environment [cached]

r. Stefan Aarninkhof, Senior Project Engineer, Hydronamic / Royal Boskalis Westminster, The Netherlands

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Dr Stefan Aarninkhof and Anna Cohen, WLDelft Hydraulics, The Netherlands

Aarninkhof, S.G.J., Ruessink, B.G. and Roelvink, J.A., 2005.Nearshore subtidal bathymetry from time-exposure video images.Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.110, C06011, doi:10.1029/2004JC002791, 2005.Holland, K.T. and Holman, R.A., 1993.The statistical distribution of swash maxima on natural beaches.Journal of Geophysical Research, 98, pp 10271-10278.Holman, R.A. and Stanley, J. (in press).The history, capabilities and future of Argus.Accepted for publication in Coastal Engineering.Turner, I.L., Aarninkhof, S.G.J. and Holman, R.A., 2006.Coastal imaging applications and research in Australia.Journal of Coastal Research, pp 37-48, doi:10.2112/05A-0004.1.
Biography of the authorDr Stefan Aarninkhof graduated in 1996 from Delft University of Technology in Civil Engineering.He subsequently joined WLDelft Hydraulics and Delft University of Technology.In 2003 he completed his PhD with a thesis entitled ‘Nearshore Bathymetry derived from Video Imagery'.Besides Argus-related research, he is responsible for making operable Argus video monitoring in support of coastal management and science.

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