Rafet Kurt

Dr, PhD

  • United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

PhD students can be accepted in the following areas: - Design for Recycling, full life-cycle analysis, ship recycling, application of the circular economy approach to ships - Maritime Safety and Risk, Human Factors in Shipping, Safety Culture, Human response to noise and vibration on board ships

20082020

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Personal Statement

My principal research interests lie in the field of human factors in the maritime domain. I have investigated the effects of noise and vibration on human performance and developed human response models for noise and vibration levels onboard ships. My research interests also include design, optimisation and operation of ships, by considering the human factors in the core of the subject.

Besides my main research area, I have also been actively working in the area of ship recycling.  Since 2018, I have been working in the area of ship recycling and I have contributed to the development of tools, models and training tailored for the unique needs of ship recycling sector. I am also involved in following EU funded ship recycling projects; FP7 DIVEST Project, LLP Ship DIGEST Project and LLP Boat DIGEST Project. I have contributed to the development of international regulations and guidelines

 

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, Naval Architecture, Ocean And Marine Engineering

1 Oct 200810 Dec 2014

Award Date: 10 Dec 2014

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