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OES Electronic Newsletter Volume 7, Number 8

OES Electronic Newsletter Volume 7, Number 8

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OCEANS 2010 MTS/IEEE Seattle Registration deadline is August 15th

Good things really are worth waiting for.  Registration is now open for OCEANS 2010 MTS/IEEE Seattle being held at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center from September 20th through 23rd, 2010.   The deadline for early registration is August 15, 2010, so sign up now to save and to get the best deals with the conference's hotel partner, the Sheraton Seattle Hotel.  Registration information and the online registration link can be found at http://www.oceans10mtsieeeseattle.org/main.cfm/CID/7/Registration/.

OCEANS 2010 is the major annual conference that gathers scientists, engineers, policy makers, and goods and services vendors with a singular focus on the world's oceans.  Topical research and technology breakthroughs are presented along with a large exhibition of company products and services as part of a comprehensive technical program designed to keep ocean scientists and technologists abreast of local, national, and international oceans matters.

For complete program information, please visit http://www.oceans10mtsieeeseattle.org

Questions about OCEANS Seattle?  Email info@oceans10mtsieeeseattle.org 

 

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 2011 workshop, in addition to the general topic list, we are soliciting the submision of papers on highlighted topic areas that address emerging technologies or issues of timely interest to the oceanographic community.

  • Spatial/Temporal Turbulence as Seen by Near-Surface Sensors
  • Current, Wave and Turbulence Measurements as Part of Observing and Forecasting Systems. 
  • Data Quality Assurance for Wave and Current Measurement Systems

We will continue to encourage technical papers on Currents, Wave and Turbulence Measurement topics traditionally covered in previous CMTC workshops. 

 

The IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society Scholarship Deadline is Sept. 1st, 2010

Twice each year the the Oceanic Engineering Society provides for $2,000 scholarships.
Information is available at http://www.ieeeoes.org/page.cfm/page/154/OES-Student-Scholarship-Program/.


The IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society is now on Linked-In, come join us!

For information on other OES activities, go to http://www.ieeeoes.org

Send content for and comments regarding this newsletter to the editor: Marinna Martini, mmartini@ieee.org