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John Emeana

PhD entitled Impact of seabed properties on the ampacity and reliability of cables

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Hi, I'm John Emeana and I studied within Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute at the University of Southampton.

I obtained an MSc in Oil & Gas Engineering from the University of Aberdeen prior to joining the University of Southampton in 2012 to undertake a PhD project on seismic sediment characterization and geological controls on the performance of sub-seafloor High Voltage (HV) cables.

This PhD project seeks to grow our understanding of the sub-seabed environment experienced by the life of a buried cable and leads to a considerable reduction in the risk inherent in the deployment of large scale high voltage interconnectors. The project is a cross-faculty/multi-disciplinary research, which involves the collaboration of researchers and scientists from the Ocean and Earth Science (OES) and Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) schools of the University of Southampton. The project aims are:

Supervisors and affiliations:
Dr J. Dix (OES), Dr T. Henstock (OES), Dr C. Thompson (OES), Dr T. Gernon (OES) and Dr J. Pilgrim (ECS)
 

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