I’m Tingting Zhu, a Ph.D. student in the Center for Applied Coastal Research at the University of Delaware.  Currently, I’m working as a Graduate Research Assistant under the supervision of Dr. Nobuhisa Kobayashi.  My engineering interests are coastal erosion control strategies, bay flooding by wave overtopping, bluff recession process, sand transport process on cohesive sediment, and shore breaching and restoration. Skills include lab experiment and data analysis, numerical modeling applications, MATLAB, ArcGIS and mathematical and engineering analysis.  Recently, I’m doing an experiment about barrier island breaching in the wave tank in Dupont Hall. 





    • University of Delaware // Ph.D. in Coastal Engineering               Expected 2021

    • University of Delaware // Master of Ocean Engineering               July 2017

    • Tianjin University // Bachelor of Ocean Engineering                      July 2015



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  • CACR faculty and students, 2019



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