Roman Schotten conducted the work on the cBathy algorithm as part of  a Civil Engineering degree at the Technical University in Dresden. The work was executed at the Dutch research institute Deltares. The team of experts that supervised the project consisted of Roderik Hoekstra, Giorgio Santinelli, Bas Stengs and Rinus Schroevers. In addition, Leo Sembiring of UNESCO-IHE and Max Radermacher of TU Delft supported the outcome of the present article.


Staring at Waves – Knowing What’s Below

The dynamic appearance of offshore directed currents, mainly rip currents, during the summer season has led to several fatal incidents at the beach of Egmond aan Zee (The Netherlands) in the past. A rip current prediction system has been set up in order to avoid such incidents in the future. The occ... (read more)
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