William Nardin

Faculty

William Nardin

Assistant Professor
Faculty
William Nardin
Assistant Professor
Horn Point Laboratory

Bio

My research goal is to understand the fundamental geomorphic mechanisms governing the evolution of coastal environments and to predict their long-term trajectories under different scenarios.

My current research plan has two main topics: 1) the impact of storms and sea level rise on wetlands eco-geomorphology; 2) coupling between river (and estuaries) hydrodynamics and coastal processes, with a particular focus on the impact of waves. My studies have a balanced method in a wide range of scientific fields: numerical modeling, field work, remote sensing and laboratory experiments.

Areas of Expertise

  • Ecogeomorphology
  • Coastal Morphodynamics
  • Remote Sensing

Education

  • University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy, 2001, B.S. and M.S., Environmental Engineering
  • University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy, 2013, Ph.D., Environmental Engineering

Recent Publications

Graduate Program Foundation Areas