M.Sc. Guillermo Chillcce
M.Sc. Research Associate, PhD Student
University of Duisburg-Essen
Department of mechanical Engineering
Ship Technology and Ocean Engineering
Bismarckstrasse 69, 47057 Duisburg, Germany
Phone: +49 203 379-2787
- Present Positions
Research Associate, PhD. Student
- Professional Activities
Reviewer for scientific journals: Ship Technology Research,
Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering
- Past Positions
2016-2020 Research Associate at Institute of Ship Technology and Ocean Engineering at the University of Duisburg-Essen
2010-2015 Research Assistant at Centre for Marine Technology and Ocean Engineering at Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon
2010-2011 M.Sc Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
2005-2009 B.Sc Naval Engineering
- Seeverhalten und hydrodynamische Belastung von Schiffen und Offshore-Anlagen
- Manövrieren von Schiffen (2017 SS)
Journal Papers (peer-review)
- Malte Riesner, Guillermo Chillcce, and Ould el Moctar,
“Rankine source time domain method for nonlinear ship motions in steep oblique waves”,
Ships and Offshore Structures, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 295–308, Apr. 2019.
- Guillermo Chillcce and Ould el Moctar,
“A numerical method for manoeuvring simulation in regular waves”,
Ocean Engineering, vol. 170, pp. 434–444, Dec. 2018.
Conference Papers (peer-review)
- Ivana Martic, Guillermo Chillcce, M. Tello Ruiz, J. Ramirez, N. Degiuli, and Ould el Moctar,
“Numerical assessment of added resistance in waves of the DTC container ship in finite water depths”,
in 5th MASHCON : International conference on ship manoeuvring in shallow and confined water with non-exclusive focus on manoeuvring in waves, wind and current : conference proceedings, 2019, pp. 273–283.
- Guillermo Chillcce, Ivana Martic, M. Tello Ruiz, J. Ramirez, N. Degiuli, and Ould el Moctar,
“RANS evaluation of the DTC’s vertical motion sailing in finite water depth waves
in 5th MASHCON : International conference on ship manoeuvring in shallow and confined water with non-exclusivfocus on manoeuvring in waves, wind and current : conference proceedings, 2019, pp. 61–71.