Project consortium:
FAST is a consortium of five European institutions from four European Countries:
Deltares
(PROJECT LEADER)
Mindert de Vries
mindert.devries@deltares.nl
Tel. +31(0)6 2348 0876
Deltares is the Dutch institute for applied research and development on issues related to water and soil management in delta areas. The primary task of Deltares is bringing together science and application.
UCam
University of Cambridge
Iris Möller
iris.moeller@geog.cam.ac.uk
Tel. +44 (0)1223 333353
The Cambridge Coastal Research Unit (CCRU), University of Cambridge, carries out fundamental research on coastal, estuarine and nearshore processes, landforms and ecosystems, with a particular focus on flood and erosion risk reduction in the coastal zone.
GeoEcoMar
Natinal Institute for Marine Geology and Geo-Ecology
Adrian Stanica
astanica@geoecomar.ro
Tel. +40 21 2094986
GeoEcoMar is a Romanian Research Institute with excellent expertise in geology, geoecology and geophysics, focusing on the Danube – Danube Delta – Black Sea macrosystem in particular and aquatic environments in general.
NIOZ
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Daphne van der Wal
daphne.van.der.Wal@nioz.nl
Tel. +31(0)113 577300
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, NIOZ, is the Dutch national marine science institute. Our mission is to gain and communicate scientific knowledge on the world's oceans, seas and estuaries for the understanding and sustainability of our planet. NIOZ facilitates and supports fundamental as well as applied marine research and education in the Netherlands and Europe.
UCA
Universidad de Cádiz
Gloria Peralta
gloria.peralta@uca.es
Tel. +34 956 016 428
UCA is the leader of the “International Campus of Excellence in Marine Science”(CEI·MAR), bringing together universities, research institutes, companies and social agents in Spain, Portugal and Morocco, forming a collaboration platform between scientists and end-users.