Coastal, Ocean and Port Engineering Panel (COPEP) | Sydney

The Sydney branch of Coastal, Ocean and Port Engineering.

About Sydney Coastal, Ocean and Port Engineering

Coastal, Ocean and Port Engineering Panel (COPEP)

Past Committees

  • Chair: Jillian Smith
  • Secretary: Ben Modra
  • Chair: Kate Panayotou
  • Secretary: Matt Blacka
  • Chair: Alan Betts
  • Secretary: Kate Panayotou

Technical Presentations

Presentations of NSW COPEP & PIANC Half Day Seminar, 20th August 2012

NSW COPEP Presentations, 21 May 2012

Design of Transition Zone for Cement Deep Mixing for a Port Reclamation Project by Patrick Wong, 23 April 2012

The Performance of Levees During Extreme Events by Philip Smith, 19 March 2012 : Part 1, Part 2

Meetings and events

NSW COPEP holds Technical Presentations typically every 3rd Monday of the months February to November, including a half-day seminar in August.

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