The free to attend Oceanology International 2016 extensive technical programme will include insights and case studies from industry, government and academic experts and provided excellent educational, learning and networking opportunities for all attendees. 

  • Message from the Conference Chairman

    Whether you are a technologist seeking to describe a new development, a scientist or engineer wishing to share a new application or a user of ocean data wanting to share experiences of your specific needs, the OI conference provides you with a unique opportunity.

    We sincerely welcome your contributions to the Oceanology International 2016 conference programme and look forward to hearing from you.

    View the full 2016 Message from the Conference Chairman

    Ralph Rayner, Conference Chairman, Oceanology International

  • Call for Abstracts

    The 2016 Call for Abstracts is now open and will run until the 28th of August 2015.
    Submit an Abstract

    Programmes under consideration for abstract submittal include:

    • Unmanned Vehicles and Vessels Showcase
    • Ocean Observing Systems
    • Positioning & Metrology
    • Data Management and Communications
    • Marine Renewables
    • Hydrography, Geophysics and Geotechnics
    • Oil & Gas: What’s next for ageing offshore assets?
    • Monitoring Structural Integrity: Understanding Risk and Reliability
    • Aquaculture
    • Green Shipping
    • Near and Far Markets

    If you are interested in speaking at Oceanology International 2016, you may be interested in speaking at Oceanology International China 2015, 3-5 November in Shanghai.  Find out more about our China 2015 Call for Abstracts, open until the 31st of July 2015.

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