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Middle East Technical University (METU), Department of Civil Engineering, Ocean Engineering Research Centre's major research interests includes tsunami modeling, propagation, transformation, coastal amplification, inundation, flow pattern, tsunami and structure interaction, disaster management, guideline developments, master plans at national level, coastal pollution, coastal sedimentation, offshore engineering, integrated coastal zone management, sea level rise and marine hazards. For further information, please visit and









TERA Ankara is an engineering and consultancy company, serving as advisor to management boards, professionals, seeking to seize or create opportunities, build and enhance critical relations, articulate their brands and priorities, have and/or preserve permission to operate in any field in Turkey and manage crises whenever needed.

TERA Ankara has involved in many European Union, World Bank, European Investment Bank, UNICEF etc. For further information, please visit 










The Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera (IPMA) is a Public Research Institution devoted to Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences and Technology, existing since 2012, from the merge of the Institute of Meteorology (IM), the Institute for Fisheries and Marine Research (IPIMAR) and the Marine Geology Unit of the National Laboratory for Energy and Geology. IPMA’s mission is to provide technical and scientific advisory to national policy definition, operating and maintaining scientific infrastructures, acquiring data, processing and maintaining the national scientific databases on its areas of competence, and of promoting and coordinating scientific research and technological development in its areas of expertise. For further information, please visit







The Environmental Hydraulics Institute from the University of Cantabria (UC), is a joint research centre between the University of Cantabria and the Foundation for Environmental Hydraulics Institute ( IH Cantabria is nowadays an international reference centre specialised in basic and applied research focusing on the development of studies, methodologies and tools for the management of river, coastal and marine systems.For further information, please visit









Special Research Bureau for Automation of Marine Researches, Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (SRB AMR FEBRAS) includes in the scientific structure, design and research subdivisions, hydro physical coastal stations on the coast of the Sakhalin and Iturup Islands. It  is involved in measurements, resonant oscillations in harbors and  basins, development, testing, calibration and validation of numerical models, computation of tsunami near shore parameters with different mashing approaches, assessment of tsunami inundation, visualization of tsunami propagation and inundation, tsunami filed surveys, storms, marine hazards, design of marine structures, scientific instrumentation, data transmission for the innovative and cost-benefit solutions to the problems of coastal utilization, safety, protection and beneficial use of coastal and marine resources. For further information, please visit

Partners have been engaged into various collaborations funded and co-funded by European Commission. You may find more information below about the projects that have been carried out by the consortium.


A multi-disciplinary consortium of eight partner institutions from six countries – France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden and the United Kingdom are joining their effortsto improve care for people with  young onset dementia (YOD) by supporting their carers. The project will create an educational, web-based, interactive e-learning programme which is tailored to the needs of this particular group of people. Further reads is at


ASTARTE is organized to foster tsunami resilience in Europe through innovative reserach on scientific problems critical to enhance forecast skills in terms of sources, propogation and impact. ASTARTE will develop critical scientific and technical elements required for a significant enhancement of the Tsunami Warning System (TWS) in the NEAM region in terms of monitoring, early warning and forecast, governance and resilience. Overall, this will lead to the goal of the European/NEAM Horizon 2020 strategy: to foster tsunami resilient communities. For further information you may visit project web site:


The project will develop the first homogeneous region-wide long-term Probabilistic earthquake-induced Tsunami Hazard Assessment (PTHA) for the coastlines of the North East Atlantic, the Mediterranean, and connected seas, and trigger a common tsunami-risk management strategy in the region.For further information you may visit


The project will produce the guidelines to design, manage and monitor network of Marine Protected Areas, and an enriched wind atlas for both the Mediterranean and the Black Seas, creating a permanent network of excellent researchers (e.g. with summer schools) that will work together also in the future, making their expertise available to their countries and to the European Union. You may find further information at

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