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Research at MAE includes research into space systems engineering and spaceflight mechanics. This spans a wide variety of topics such as nano-satellites, self-assembling spacecraft, orbital dynamics, trajectory design and optimization, autonomous navigation and planning, all under the auspices of the Aerospace Centre of Excellence - and with almost all research outputs openly available through Strathprints.

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2018

Wilson, Robert J. and Speirs, Douglas C. and Sabatino, Alessandro and Heath, Michael R. (2018) A synthetic map of the northwest European Shelf sedimentary environment for applications in marine science. Earth System Science Data, 10. pp. 109-130. ISSN 1866-3516

2017

Elliott, Sophie A. M. and Sabatino, Alessandro D. and Heath, Michael R. and Turrell, William R. and Bailey, David M. (2017) Landscape effects on demersal fish revealed by field observations and predictive seabed modelling. PLoS One, 12 (12). ISSN 1932-6203

Gallego, A. and Side, J. and Baston, S. and Waldman, S. and Bell, M. and James, M. and Davies, I. and O'Hara Murray, R. and Heath, M. and Sabatino, A. and McKee, D. and McCaig, C. and Karunarathna, H. and Fairley, I. and Chatzirodou, A. and Venugopal, V. and Nemalidinne, R. and Yung, T.Z. and Vögler, A. and MacIver, R. and Burrows, M. (2017) Large scale three-dimensional modelling for wave and tidal energy resource and environmental impact : methodologies for quantifying acceptable thresholds for sustainable exploitation. Ocean and Coastal Management, 147. pp. 67-77. ISSN 0964-5691

Heath, Michael and Sabatino, Alessandro and Serpetti, Natalia and McCaig, Chris and O'Hara Murray, Rory (2017) Modelling the sensitivity of suspended sediment profiles to tidal current and wave conditions. Ocean and Coastal Management, 147. pp. 49-66. ISSN 0964-5691

2016

Sabatino, Alessandro and O'Hara Murray, Rory B. and Hills, Alan and Speirs, Douglas C. and Heath, Michael R. (2016) Modelling sea level surges in the Firth of Clyde, a fjordic embayment in south-west Scotland. Natural Hazards. ISSN 1573-0840

Sabatino, Alessandro D. and McCaig, Chris and O'Hara Murray, Rory B. and Heath, Michael R. (2016) Modelling wave-current interactions off the east coast of Scotland. Ocean Science, 12 (4). pp. 875-897. ISSN 1812-0792

2015

Sabatino, A. D. and McCaig, C. and O'Hara Murray, R. B. and Heath, M. R. (2015) Modelling wave-current interactions off the east coast of Scotland. Discussion paper. Ocean Science Discussions, Göttingen, Germany.

Heath, M.R. and Sabatino, A.D. and Serpetti, N. and O’Hara Murray, R.B. (2015) Scoping the impact of tidal and wave energy extraction on suspended sediment concentrations and underwater light climate. In: Terawatt Position Papers. Marine Alliance for Science and Technology Scotland (MASTS), St Andrews, pp. 143-166. ISBN 978-0-9934256-0-8

Sabatino, A.D. and Clement, R. and Heath, M.R. and McKee, D. (2015) Use of ocean colour remote sensing to monitor sea surface suspended sediments. In: TeraWatt Position Papers. Marine Alliance for Science and Technology Scotland (MASTS), St Andrews, pp. 129-140. ISBN 978-0-9934256-0-8

2014

Sabatino, Alessandro and McCaig, Chris and Nemaliddine, R and Vengupal, V and O’Hara Murray, R,B. and Heath, Michael (2014) Simulating tides and waves in the east coast of Scotland. In: MASTS Annual Science Meeting 2014, 2014-09-03 - 2014-09-05, Heriot Watt University Conference Centre.

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