OES Electronic Newsletter Volume 7, Number 4

OCEANS'10 IEEE Sydney coming up soon

Don't miss our biennial Asia-Pacific conference, OCEANS '10 IEEE Sydney, to be held Down Under in Sydney, May 24-27, 2010. The conference will showcase internationally Australia's capabilities in marine science and ocean engineering in a forum that brings together representatives from universities, industry and government organizations with policy makers, stakeholders and clients. For further information, visit www.oceans10ieeesydney.org.

OCEANS'10 MTS/IEEE Seattle - Call For Papers

This year's North American OCEANS Conference, OCEANS '10 MTS/IEEE Seattle, will be held in the Emerald City on September 20-23, 2010. The annual conference, jointly sponsored by the Marine Technology Society (MTS) and OES, is a major international forum for scientists, engineers, and responsible ocean users to present the latest research results, ideas, developments, and applications in Oceanic Engineering and Marine Technology. For further information, visit www.oceans10mtsieeeseattle.org.

2011 IEEE/OES 10th Current Waves and Turbulence Measurement Workshop (CWTM) - Call For Papers

To be held March 20-23, 2011, at The Monterey Plaza Hotel, Monterey, California
Deadlines: Abstracts due on October 15, 2010, early exhibits January 17, 2011 and early registration February 11, 2011
Web site: http://www.cwtmc2011.org/

For the past 32 years, our workshops were known as The Current Measurement Technology Conference (CMTC). Due to the many changes in the science and technology of current, waves and turbulence measurement, it is fitting that we change the workshop title to incorporate them. The theme of this conference is "Advances in Lagrangian and Eulerian Measurement Techniques and Observations of Currents, Waves and Turbulence". Workshop objectives are to provide the ocean community with a forum for technical information exchange and to promote coordination among those concerned with measuring current, waves and turbulence.

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