60th Marine Measurement Forum - Call for Speakers

21 September 2017

The 60th Marine Measurement Forum (MMF60), hosted by iXBlue, will take place at the Land Rover BAR Team HQ in Portsmouth on Tuesday 31st October 2017. Welcome coffees and teas on the BAR Flight deck will be followed by an all-day programme of presentations, networking and tours of the facility.

The Marine Measurement Forum is a series of one-day, non-profit making events that provides opportunities for the informal exchange of ideas, knowledge, techniques, and developments across an extensive range of marine scientific measurement activities.

Expressions of interest are now being sought from those wishing to give a 15-20 minute presentation at MMF60. Topics of particular interests include:

Autonomous Measurement Techniques 
  Focus on where autonomous technology is developing, what advances are leading to increased autonomy in ocean applications
- Latest Evidence of Efficiency Gains
  Exploring evidence of recent efficiency gains made in the supply chain
Instruments and Sensors
  Examining some of the evolving trends in various types of sensors, systems, modules and applications
Major Measurement Projects
  An insight into major global marine measurement projects

All abstracts should be submitted to Julie Macleod julie.macleod@ixblue.com (Tel. +44 (0)1224 355160)
by Friday 6th October.

Important Dates
Deadline for submission: 6th October
Notification of acceptance: 10th October
Deadline for final paper submission: 16th October

Further Information
For any programme enquiries please contact Brook Rodger brook.rodger@ixblue.com or for all general enquiries please contact Julie MacLeod julie.macleod@ixblue.com

For further information about MMF60 or to register visit http://get.ixblue.com/mmf-day-in-ixblue/.

Bibby HydroMap will be hosting a pre-MMF Ice-Breaker on the evening of Monday 30th October. Details of this event will be published shortly.



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