Developments in Sensors, Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques

  • Date 13 Mar 2018
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Developments in Sensors, Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques

13 Mar 2018, 13:00 - 15:00

South Gallery Room 5

Language:
English

Chaired by: Carl Gouldman, Director of U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®), NOAA; Matt Mowlem, Head of the Ocean Technology and Engineering Group, National Oceanography Centre; and Justin Manley, Founder, Just Innovation

Evolution and Application of the Environmental Sample Processor (ESP)
Chris Scholin, Pres/CEO, MBARI

Meteotsunamis Detected by Ocean Radar “WERA”
Thomas Helzel, President, HELZEL Messtechnik (invited)

Lab-on-chip Chemical Sensors
Alex Beaton, Reseacher, National Oceanography Centre (invited)

In‐situ Autonomous Bacterial Pathogen Sensor for Seawater Quality Monitoring
Dan Angelescu, CEO and R&D director, FLUIDION

Using Low Noise Current Profilers for New Ocean Applications
Claire Cardy, Director, Nortek UK

Seapix: A Multi-Usage Multibeam Sonar for Ocean Observation and Hydrography
Frederic Mosca, Head of Sonar Systems Department, iXBlue

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Programme subject to change

Contributors

  • Carl Gouldman

    Chairperson

    Director, U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®)

    NOAA

  • Justin Manley

    Chairperson

    Founder

    Just Innovation

    Justin Manley is an innovative technologist and executive with experience in start-up, public corporation, academic, and public sectors. He is a...

  • Matt Mowlem

    Chairperson

    Head, Ocean Technology and Engineering Group

    National Oceanography Centre (NOC)

    Matt is head of the Ocean Technology and Engineering Group and leads over forty engineers, technologists, and scientists in the development and...

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