Oceanic Engineering Society

| Student Poster Programme | Pupils ROV competition |
The Student Poster Program and Competition has been an integral and important
part of the OCEANS Conferences since 1989. The program is designed to foster and promote student involvement in technical societies and conferences and to provide a forum for students to interact with marine professionals. It is open to engineering and science graduate and undergraduate students of any tertiary level university or college worldwide. The program is supported by a grant from the US Navy Office of Naval Research.
The posters will be judged by a panel of judges and prizes will be awarded at the Town Hall Reception. The posters will be on display in the Exhibition area throughout the OCEANS Conference. Students will be at their posters during breaks and free periods. You are invited and encouraged to view the posters and talk with the students. The roster of students and poster titles are:
Backscattering of Sound from Salinity Fluctuations: Measurements off a Coastal River Estuary
Marcos Sastre, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Simulation of the Radar Observation of a Sea Patch using the TLM Electromagnetic Method
Thibaut Lurton, Telecom Bretagne
Control and acquisition system design for an Expandable Seafloor Observatory (OBSEA)
Marc Nogueras, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), SARTI
Acoustic Modelling of Dolphin Sound Reception and Implications for Biosonar Design
Sabine Graf, University of Bath, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Fast phytoplankton classification from fluorescence spectra: comparison between PSVM and SOM
Ismael Aymerich, University of Marine Technology (UTM-CSIC)
Large Scale Optical and Acoustic Sensor Integration for Visualization
Matthew Johnson-Roberson, University of Sydney
Visual Mapping of Internal Pipe Walls using Sparse Features for Application on board Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
Adrian Bodenmann, The University of Tokyo
Blue Whale B and D Call Classification Using a Frequency Domain Based Robust Contour Extractor
Shyam Kumar Madhusudhana, San Diego State University
Analysis of acoustic modem performance for long range horizontal data transmission
Grant Pusey, Curtin University of Technology
A voice recognition system for a submarine piloting
Valentin Soulenq, ISEN, Toulon
The influence of fixed pitch angles on the hydrodynamic performance of marine cross-flow turbines
Claudio Consul, Oxford University
Sensor Network based on IEEE1451 for ocean sensors
Marcel Farré, University of Bremen, MARUM
Designing high speed monohull small crafts (HSMSC) using neutral networks
guided CFD based optimization
Mohamed Abdel-Salam, Alexandria University, Faculty of Engineering
Developing an IDE interface for the SNAP module
Hermann Bertram, Bremen University, MARUM
WCLES: An innovative environmental friendly combustionless engine for marine
applications based on low-current electrolysis technology
Saad Sharaf, Alexandria University, Faculty of Engineering
Correction Method for Buoy Oscillation by Three GPS Receivers
Midori Shimizu, Kobe University
Using a multi-beam autonomous portable laser equipment to study optical
behaviors in shallow waters
Valerie Robitaille, National Institute for Scientific Research
Forward modeling of paleo heat flow: a case study of Kristin Field, Mid-Norwegian continental shelf
Yanzhe Fu, Jacobs University Bremen
Improvement for Detection Distance of Sonar by Flat Acoustic Reflector
Yusuke Yamane, Kobe University
Offshore mussel aquaculture: new or just renewed?
Tania Lado, University of Rhode Island


Dr. Martina Pätzold
Student Program Chair

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