experienced in 2D and 3D physical modelling of coastal processes and structures
Dan is a Project Engineer at the Water Research Laboratory. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental), and a PhD from UNSW. He is experienced in 2D and 3D physical modelling of coastal processes and structures (including rubble mound and concrete breakwaters), and has performed experimental work at large scale facilities, including the 300 m long GWK wave flume in Germany. Dan has also worked as a consulting engineer in the water and wastewater industry, focusing on the design and analysis of pump stations, pipelines, and treatment plants.