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The >competencies of Watermotion have already addressed various degrees of complexity in as diverse applications as · engineering and environmental design · capacity and team building · research investigations

In assignments well-argued outcomes must be provided within limited time — The applications put to the test the ability to decide, select, integrate, switch, deliver and explain
For the testimonials and quotes proving this, please visit the page >they wrote

The track record

Here, the descriptions of some 30 representative projects/activities are grouped into four facts pages

  • > case studies
    • concerning either large- or small-scale flow situations at locations in · seas · estuaries · rivers · lakes. These have been investigated by means of · computer simulations · data analysis · literature reviews
  • > marketing
    • including : the organization of, and participation in, journeys for business promotion · coordination of bids for international tenders · participation in fairs and economic missions
  • > outreach
    • including : education · dissemination · coaching · capacity building and · knowledge transfer in general
  • > research and development
    • including : academic and contracted research · quantitative accuracy assessments · scoping studies · software development for scientific computing

Reader’s guide

Each project description contains several in-line links to references that invite the novice for a rich and accessible reading experience
Also, the headings link to project outcomes that are publicly available on-line

Naturally, several projects contributing to the current expertise have been conducted by GL during previous employments — This is acknowledged in the descriptions as applicable

The fine texture on Twitter

Moreover, the readings, courses, visits and the learning experiences that are the sapwood of lifelong development (hence of new accomplishments) are on display >@hydrodynamics
The tweets refer only to concluded events, by the way of jottings in an open logbook

More (again)

< top of page, to the pathfinder to projects and activities
> intro|info, for the mission and services
> competencies, for the skills and capabilities
> they wrote, for testimonials and quotes

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Last edited January 2017 · authored by Giordano Lipari