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The future beach of Percé tested in laboratory

The National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS) is currently conducting laboratory tests to determine how to restore the beach of Percé severely damaged over the years by bank erosion …. http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/est-quebec/2016/11/12/009-gaspesie-tests-laboratoire-plage-perce-erosion-berges.shtml (in french)

Studentships available

Studentships available : applications are evaluated on a continued basis until positions are filled.

We offer access to the wave facility

We offer access to the wave facility. Submit your proposal.

The funded research chair is coming to end

The funded research chair is coming to end. The project outcomes, especially the result of the coastal protection project containing large scale wave impact on wall, will be presented in part at the Coastlab conference and at the ICCE.

Fall’15 Events

Upcoming Events where you can meet the Quebec Coastal Physics group: Québec-Océan annual meeting: 10-11 Nov., 2015 (Quebec City, Canada). APS conference :  22-24 Nov., 2015 (Boston, USA)  

OMAE conference

Come and meet us in the first week of June 2015 in St. John’s Newfoundland (Canada). We are participating in the OMAE conference. We are presenting 3 papers which are on experimental and numerical wave impact on walls and beach

Fall’14 Events

Upcoming Events where you can meet the Quebec Coastal Physics group: Québec-Océan annual meeting: 17-19 Nov., 2014 (Rivière-du-Loup, Canada). APS conference :  23-25 Nov., 2014 (San Francisco, USA). Ouranos symposium : 4-5 Dec., 2014 (Québec, Canada).  

New course

New course in January 2015 will be given on water wave mechanics (Syllabus)

The Chair at the TAC Conference & Exhibition

From September 28 to October 1, 2014, the team of the INRS Research Chair in Coastal and River Engineering will participate in various activities at the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) annual conference, which will be held at Montréal’s Palais

Welcome to our new colleagues

The laboratory team is growing Caroline Sévigny (PhD physical oceanography), Post Doc., Cold region scientist Corinne B. Brunelle (MSc physical oceanography), Ph.D. student Olivier G. Tremblay (MSc mechanical engineering), Staff Jérome Landry (undergraduate student, Engineering physics), Intern