A sea of technology
16 November 2017
Professor John Watson
Emeritus Professor at Aberdeen University
The registration is free but mandatory.
Subsea Imaging and Sensing
John Watson, Aberdeen University, Scotland, UK
The SMART cables initiative: equipping sub-sea communications cables with new capabilities for tsunami warning and climate change monitoring.
David Meldrum, SAMS Scotland, UK
Subsea 3D laser imaging: new developments.
Luigi De Dominicis, ENEA, Italy
Stef Kapusniak, Soil Machine Dynamics England, UK
Real-Time Current Profiles in Support of Offshore Oil and Gas Operations.
Archie Todd Morrison III, Woods Hole Group, USA
GeoLIBS: Towards real-time identification, classification and quantification of complex minerals in underwater mining applications.
Pedro Jorge, INESC TEC Porto, Portugal
Development of Subsea Digital Holographic Camera for Imaging of Marine Organisms.
Nick Burns Aberdeen University Scotland, UK
Noise-reduction process and useful signal interpretation on recorded passive acoustic signals using time-frequency representations.
Philippe Courmontagne, Aix-Marseille Université Marseille, France
Emerging Opportunities and Challenges in Ocean Technology.
Rick Spinrad, Marine Technology Society Bend, Oregon