BackgroundSerena Lim received her PhD from Newcastle University in 2015 for research in offshore hydrodynamics. Main research area was on methodology development of Scaled Boundary Finite Element Method. Currently, she is a research associate in the School of Marine Science and Technology, researching the holistic energy efficiency management of vessels. Prior to full time research, Serena worked as a teaching assistant at Newcastle University International Singapore, teaching naval architecture and marine engineering applications.
- Lim S, Carchen a, Pazouki K, Murphy AJ, Younessi S, Graham N. Systematic Rationale for assessing energy flow across the entire vessel operation. In: Energy Efficient Ships 2016. 2016, London, UK: Royal Institution of Naval Architects.
- Lim S, Pazouki K, Murphy AJ, Younessi S, Graham N. Systematic ship energy efficiency audit and data unification. In: Shipping in Changing Climate 2016. 2016, Newcastle, United Kingdom.
- Lim S, Tao L. Analysis of Octagonal Pile Supporting Offshore Wind Turbines Under Wave Loads. In: 33rd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering. 2014, San Francisco, California, USA: American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
- Lim S, Tao L. Wave Diffraction Forces on Offshore Wind Turbine Piles With an Octagonal Cross Section. In: 32nd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering. 2013, Nantes, France: American Society of Mechanical Engineers.