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Greg Ivey

Professor Greg Ivey

Professor
Academic Staff (Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering)

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Address
Academic Staff (Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering)
The University of Western Australia (M017)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 3528
Fax
+61 8 6488 1015
Email
greg.ivey@uwa.edu.au
Personal homepage
http://gfd.sese.uwa.edu.au/

Professor
UWA Ocean's Institute

Contact details
Address
UWA Ocean's Institute
The University of Western Australia (M017)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 3528
Fax
+61 8 6488 1015
Email
greg.ivey@uwa.edu.au
Personal homepage
http://gfd.sese.uwa.edu.au/
Qualifications
BE MEngSc W.Aust., PhD Calif.-Berkeley, FIEAust
Biography
Professor Greg Ivey is Deputy Dean/ Deputy Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Engineering Computing and Mathematics, and is Winthrop Professor of Geophysical Fluid Dynamics in the School of Environmental Systems Engineering and the UWA Oceans Institute.

He has a BEng (Hons) and MEngSc from UWA, and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley. He has worked at the National Water Research Institute in Burlington, Ontario and the Australian National University, and has been a visiting professor at the Institute de Mecanique de Grenoble, Stanford University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research is in the area of physical oceanography, focusing on ocean mixing, internal waves and currents in both the coastal and open ocean environments.

He has taught in the Environmental Engineering program at UWA and was Head of the School of Environmental Systems Engineering from 2004 to 2007. He is a Fellow of Engineers Australia and a member of the Australian Research Council College of Experts
Key research
Ocean mixing, internal waves, ocean currents
Funding received
Current Funding


Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Associate Professor Ryan Lowe, A/Prof Peter Strutton, Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Dr Miles Furnas, Mr R Brinkman 2011, 'Coupled Physical & Biogeochemical Dynamics on the Australian North West Shelf', ARC Discovery Projects.

Mr Samuel Kelly, Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Dr Harper Simmons, Dr Jody Klymak, Dr Jonathan Nash 2011, 'Structure and Propagation of an Internal Tide Beam in the Tasman Sea', UWA Research Collaboration Awards.

Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Associate Professor Ryan Lowe, Mr Samuel Kelly, Mr R Brinkman, Dr Jeffrey Book, Dr Craig Steinberg, Dr Derek Burrage 2011, 'The Connectivity of the Australian North West Shelf with the Leeuwin Current', Office of Naval Research USA.

Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Professor Oliver Fringer 2011, 'NASS Phase III: Understanding the formation and evolution of nonlinear internal solitary waves (NISW)', Western Australian Energy Research Alliance WAERA ex Woodside R2D3.

Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Mr Samuel Kelly 2011, 'Instruments for measuring the dynamics of nonlinear internal waves', WA Energy Research Alliance WAERA ex Woodside Energy Ltd.

Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Associate Professor Ryan Lowe, A/Prof Peter Strutton, Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Dr Miles Furnas, Mr R Brinkman 2011, 'Coupled Physical & Biogeochemical Dynamics on the Australian North West Shelf', ARC Discovery Projects.

Mr Samuel Kelly, Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Dr Harper Simmons, Dr Jody Klymak, Dr Jonathan Nash 2011, 'Structure and Propagation of an Internal Tide Beam in the Tasman Sea', UWA Research Collaboration Awards.

Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Associate Professor Ryan Lowe, Mr Samuel Kelly, Mr R Brinkman, Dr Jeffrey Book, Dr Craig Steinberg, Dr Derek Burrage 2011, 'The Connectivity of the Australian North West Shelf with the Leeuwin Current', Office of Naval Research USA.

Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Professor Oliver Fringer 2011, 'NASS Phase III: Understanding the formation and evolution of nonlinear internal solitary waves (NISW)', Western Australian Energy Research Alliance WAERA ex Woodside R2D3.

Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Mr Samuel Kelly 2011, 'Instruments for measuring the dynamics of nonlinear internal waves', WA Energy Research Alliance WAERA ex Woodside Energy Ltd.

Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Associate Professor Ryan Lowe, Mr Geoffrey Wake, Mr Jason McConochie, no name APAI_1 2010, 'Ocean Response to Tropical Cyclone Forcing on the Australian North West Shelf', ARC Linkage Projects.

Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Associate Professor Ryan Lowe, Mr Geoffrey Wake, Mr Jason McConochie 2010, 'Ocean Response to Tropical Cyclone Forcing on the Australian North West Shelf', Woodside Energy Ltd.

Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, A/Prof Peter Strutton, Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Associate Professor Ryan Lowe, Dr James Falter, Mr R Brinkman 2010, 'The Importance of Internal Waves in the Stimulation of Primary Productivity at Ningaloo Reef', Australian National Network in Marine Science ANNiMS.

Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Assistant Professor Nicole Jones, Associate Professor Ryan Lowe, Associate Professor Marco Ghisalberti, Assistant Professor Michael Meuleners, Mr R Brinkman, Prof Jeffery Koseff 2009, 'Extreme Tidal Forcing of a Topographically Complex Coastal Region - the Kimberley Western Australia ', ARC Discovery Projects.

Professor Malcolm McCulloch, Winthrop Professor Gregory Ivey, Associate Professor Ryan Lowe, Dr James Falter, Dr Ross Jones 2009, 'Indian Ocean Climate Change: Ningaloo Reef, a litmus test for the survival of coral reefs', ARC Super Science Fellowships.
Research profile
Research profile and publications
 

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