• Assistant Professor, Ocean Engineering
Dr. Mirjam Fürth

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., University of Southampton – 2014
  • B.S. & M.S., The Royal Institute of Technology – 2011

Research Interests

    • Numerical and experimental hydrodynamics
    • High-speed craft dynamics
    • Naval architecture
    • Wave energy harvesting
    • Seakeeping
    • Wave downtime analysis
    • Aquaculture

Awards & Honors

  • ASCE Excellence in Civil Engineering Education (ExCEEd) Fellow

Selected Publications

  • Igbadumhe, J.F. and Fürth, M. (2020). Hydrodynamic analysis techniques for coupled seakeeping-sloshing in zero speed vessels, Igbadumhe, J.F. and Fürth, M., Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, (available in pre-print).
  • Fürth, M., Tan, M., Chen, Z.M., and Arai, M. (2020). A Dissipative Green Function Approach to Modelling Gravity Waves behind Submerged Bodies. Journal of Ship Research, (available pre-print JSR-08170054).
  • Igbadumhe, J.-F., Sallam, O., Fürth, M., Feng, R. (2020). Experimental determination of non-linear roll damping of an FPSO pure roll coupled with liquid sloshing in two-row tanks. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, Special Issue: Ship Dynamics for Performance Based Design and Risk Averse Operations, 8(8), 582.
  • Molchanov B., Lundmark S., Fürth, M., Green, M. (2019). Experimental validation of spray deflectors for high speed craft. Ocean Engineering, 191, 106482.