报告人简介：Dr. Lars Johanning received PhD from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine. He is a leading researcher with international recognition in the field of ocean energy and technology with a focus towards hydrodynamics and mooring systems. His research include activities such as loading and dynamic response of mono-towers in steep and breaking waves (GR/N04522/01) and hydrodynamic studies on station keeping principles for marine renewable devices within SuperGen UKCMER (GR/S26958/01), hydrodynamic analysis to support development of aquaculture systems (BB/M005208/1). He is a Co-I on the Supergen-Marine (UKCMER) grant (EP/M014738/1), addressing mooring and reliability for MRE devices. Prof Johanning has led the development of the Falmouth Bay marine energy test site, which has seen the successful deployment of the Fred Olsen and Polygen wave energy devices. He is providing expert advice within the mooring standard committee to the IEC/TC114, is a member of the Research Advisory Group to the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult and currently advises the European Commission on the development of the EU Ocean Energy Roadmap. He has leading and collaborative roles on projects such as EPSRC UKCMER, Industrial Doctorial Centre for Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE), and is involved in several EU projects such as OPERA, DTOcean, Oceanet and Marinet. Through his work he has established close engagement with industry partners such as OPT, Fred Olsen, Mojo Maritime, A&P, AWS, TTI, Bluewater and DNV-GL.