Tuesday, May 30

9:00-9:30 registration (main hall INRIA building)

9:30-9:40 Introduction and general info

9:40-10:05 Morteza Derakhti, University of Washington (USA)
A unified framework for predicting the breaking onset, type, and strength of surface gravity waves from deep to shallow water

10:05-10:15 questions and discussion

10:15-10:40 Yen Chung Hung, Université de Savoie (France)
A new hyperbolic model for breaking waves

10:40-11:10 questions and discussion + coffee

11:10-11:35 Stéfan Grilli, University of Rhode Island (USA)
Implementation and performance in shallow water of the B/Gamma breaking onset and dissipation criteria in a fully nonlinear potential flow model

11:35-11:45 questions and discussion

11:45-12:10 Patrick Marchesiello, LEGOS (France)
Tridimensional transient rip currents in a wave-resolving model

12:10 -12:30 questions and discussion

12:30 – 14:30 Lunch break

14:30-14:55 Guillaume Ducrozet, Ecole Centrale Nantes (France)
Enhanced wave breaking modelling in a High-Order Spectral model

14:55 -15:05 questions and discussion

15:05 -15:30 Marissa Yates-Michelin, LHSV-Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (France)
Simulation of 3D depth-limited breaking waves on a submerged bar in a fully non-linear potential flow model

15:30 -16:00 questions and discussion + coffee

16:00 -16:25 Michel Benoit, EDF R&D LNHE and Saint-Venant Hydraulics Lab (France)
Numerical modeling of depth-induced wave breaking: a review and comparison of low- to high-fidelity simulation methods

16:25 -17:30 questions and final discussion

Wednesday, May 31

9:00 – 9:25 Fabrice Ardhuin, IFREMER (France)
Wave breaking and dissipation in the presence of long waves: what can we guess from spectral shapes?

9:25-9:35 questions and discussion

9:35-10:00 Jean-François Filipot, France Energies Marines (France)
Breaking wave impacts on offshore wind turbines : results from the DiMe and DIMPACT projects

10:00 -10:30 questions and discussion + coffee

11:10-11:35 Alessandro Iafrati, Institute of Marine Engineering (Italy)
Energy Dissipation Mechanisms in Breaking Waves

10:55-11:05 questions and discussion

11:05-11:30 Eric Barthelemy, Grenoble INP/LEGI (France)
Soliton gas in shallow water. 1D and 2D experiments

11:30 -12:00 questions and discussion

12:00 – 14:00 Lunch break

14:00 – 14:25 Philippe Bonneton, CNRS Université de Bordeaux/EPOC (France)
Energy and dissipation spectra of waves propagating in the inner surf zone

14:25 -14:35 questions and discussion

14:35 -15:00 Marion Tissier, TU Delft (Netherlands)
Directional characteristics of free infragravity waves in the North Sea

15:00 -15:30 questions and discussion + coffee

15:30 -15:55 Fabrice Veron, University of Delaware (USA)
Wind turbulence over shoaling surface waves and their impact on air-sea fluxes

16:05-16:30 Henrik Kalisch, University of Bergen (Norway)

15:55 -16:05 questions and discussion

16:30 -17:30 questions and discussion + final discussion

Thursday, June 1

9:00 – 9:25 Dan Liberzon, TECHNION (Israel)
Breaking Statistics of Wind Forced Waves in Sea and Laboratory conditions

9:25-9:35 questions and discussion

9:35-10:00 Mark McAllister, University of Oxford (UK)
The influence of spectral bandwidth on wave breaking onset

10:00-10:30 questions and discussion + coffee

10:30-10:55 Fréderic Dias, ENS Paris-Saclay (France) and University College Dublin (Ireland)
Field measurements of ocean surface-wave breaking

10:55-11:05 questions and discussion

11:05-11:30 David Fuhrman, DTU Mechanics (Denmark)
A new second-order probability density function for the surface elevation in irregular seas

11:30 -12:00 questions and discussion

12:00 – 14:00 Lunch break

14:00 -14:25 Maurizio Brocchini, Università Politecnica delle Marche (Italy)
A numerical study of the three-dimensional interaction between breaking-induced vortices and nearbed large-scale vortical structures

14:25 -14:35 questions and discussion

14:35-15:00 Michele Mossa, Politecnico di Bari (Italy)
Damping of solitary waves by obstacles

15:00 -15:10 questions and discussion

15:10 -15:35 Maria Kazolea, Inria center at University of Bordeaux/CARDAMOM (France)
Wave breaking closures on weakly dispersive Boussinesq-type models. Towards a stable hybrid modeling

15:35 -15:45 questions and discussion

15:45 – 16:10 Pierre Lubin, Université de Bordeaux/I2M (France)

16:10 – 17:30 questions, final discussion, and closing


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