The late Prof. John V. Wehausen
John V. Wehausen & Edmund V. Laitone
In Encyclopaedia of Physics,
Vol. IX, pp. 446-778
Online Edition, 2002
The late Prof. E. V. Laitone
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International Workshop on Ship and Platform Motion,1983, Berkeley, CA, USA
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Link to ASME-OMAE2002,
Oslo (June 25-26, 2002) - Special Symposium held in honor of John
John Wehausen Memorial Graduate Scholarship
- Fund Drive
Emeritus Professor John V. Wehausen of UC Berkeley passed away October 6, 2005.
Professor Wehausen's obituary can be viewed at The UC Berkeley NewsCenter .
In tribute to John Wehasuen, family, friends and colleagues started
a fund-raising effort to establish a John Wehausen Memorial scholarship
at UC Berkeley for graduate students studying in Wehausen's areas: marine
hydrodynamics and surface waves. Donations to this fund are tax-deductible
and can be made by check or online
Click here for fund objectives and donation instructions.