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Filipe Galiforni Silva
Water Engineering and Management
+31 53 4895236
+31 53 4893546
University of Twente
Faculty of Engineering Technology
Department of Water Engineering & Management
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
- 2013-2014 – MSc in Oceanography
Oceanographic Institute – University of São Paulo (BR)
Thesis: “Morpho-sedimentary dynamics along the Ilha Comprida (SP) beach system”
Advisor: Dr. Eduardo Siegle
- 2008-2012 – BSc in Oceanography
Oceanographic Institute - University of São Paulo (BR)
- Since 2014 – PhD Candidate: CoCoChannel Project (Co-designing Coasts using Natural Channel-shoal dynamics)
Interest area: Beach-dune dynamics; Nearshore processes
Natural processes of inlet systems, such as shoal attachment and channel migration, can influence the development of beach-dune systems near inlets. Erosional phases of coastline evolution due to these processes can affect the level of flood protection provided by beach-dune system as well as the available area for societal activities (such as recreation, drinking water extraction, nature conservation). In a companion project, the potential to artificially stimulate shoal attachment as a natural way of coastal protection is studied. The present project aims at predicting which scenarios of beach-dune system response can be expected to occur under various shoreline development conditions, considering both the natural and anthropogenic forcing, thus linking human interventions in channel-shoal systems to impacts in the adjacent beach-dune system in a convenient time-scale for stakeholders (years to decades).
SILVA, F. G.; SOUSA, P.H.G.O.; SIEGLE, E. Wave climate analysis and its relation with erosion processes along the beach system of Ilha Comprida (SP), Brazil. In: 17th PECS - Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas, 2014, Porto de Galinhas, PE. Abstracts 17th PECS.
Basic course of Surfer (Golden Software) applied to coastal environment studies. 2013.
BSc course – Coastal Systems and Processes. 2013. Oceanographic Institute. University of São Paulo.