CATCH THE NEXT WAVE - 10 March 2014
The Catch the Next Wave conference will take place at the prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering in London on Monday 10th March 2014.
Captain Don Walsh, President, International Maritime Inc and co-pilot of the Trieste, the first submersible to reach the deepest point of the world’s oceans.
Professor Rick Spinrad is the Vice President for Research at Oregon State University and President-Elect of the Marine Technology Society. "This conference is specifically designed for strategic professionals with an interest in emerging technologies and future developments in science and technology."
College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences,
Oregon State University
Phil Withers, Professor of Materials Science, Manchester University
Sensing the body: Emerging sensor technologies; Tony Cass, Professor of Chemical Biology and Research Director, Imperial College
The small and the very small; Tim Albrecht, Imperial College & London Centre for Nanotechnology
Oceans of Information: Harnessing new technologies to revolutionise our understanding of the oceans; John Delaney, Professor, Oceanography University of Washington
Bil Loth, President, Society for Underwater Technology
Ralph Rayner, Catch the Next Wave Conference Chairman
Sector Director, Energy and Environment,
BMT Group Ltd and Chairman, Sonardyne International Ltd
Justin Manley, Senior Director of Business Development, Teledyne Benthos
Senior Director of Business Development, Teledyne Marine Systems
Chris Scholin, President/CEO, MBARI
Senior Scientist MBARI
Chris served as Chair of MBARI’s Research Division from mid-2005 to early 2009 before appointment as President and CEO in late 2009. He currently serves on an External Advisory Committee for the University of Miami’s Oceans and Human Health Center, the Management Committee of the Center for Ocean Solutions, and the Board of Trustees of the Monterey Bay Aquarium. He maintains an active research program that focuses on development and application of instruments for collecting and analyzing microorganisms remotely in coastal, open ocean, and deep-sea environments.
Gwyn Griffiths, Principal/Founder, Autonomous Analytics (MOST)
Professor and Head of the Underwater Systems Lab, University of Southampton
Dougal Goodman, Chief Executive, The Foundation for Science and Technology
David Brookes, Senior Advisor, BP
The Material World
Light and Strong - A Perspective from the Automotive Industry: Andrew Bailey, Operations Director,
Sensors in Space: Alan Smith, Director of the Mullard Space Laboratory, UCL
Panellists will discuss the topic of delivering reliability in subsea systems and sensors.
New Technologies in Aviation.TBC
Understanding the Performance of Complex Systems: TBC
Catalysing Innovation. Paul Bunje, Senior Director – Oceans, XPRIZE Foundation
Panel Discussion: Fostering Interdisciplinary and Cross Sectoral Exchange of Knowledge and Experience.
Delegate registration, Marketing partnerships and Media:
IMarEST, MTS Members can benefit from a discounted rate at £300 + vat.
Catch the Next Wave London
Royal Academy of Engineering
+44 (0) 20 8271 2133
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