The annual Student Presentations Evening is a fantastic opportunity for marine sector companies looking to recruit undergraduate and postgraduate students who are nearing the end of their studies to witness presentation skills, technical proficiency, confidence and professional capability.
The event showcases student projects and dissertation studies and provides an ideal forum for companies to offer advice or even practical assistance.
It is also open to anyone with an interest in hydrography and/or the topics of the presentations including students, academics, potential employers and members of the public.
Short presentations across a range of topics associated with the hydrographic, environmental and ocean science professions include the following provisional titles:
- Is it beneficial to use backscatter and water column data when processing multi-beam bathymetry? (Ellis Hughes)
- A survey to assess the viability of the current UK-Santander ferry route in respect to the new Brittany (LNG powered) ferry expected in 2017 (James Tindal)
- An investigation of the acoustic characteristics of bubble clouds and their effect upon sound (Richard King)
- The raspberry pie as a low cost hydrography platform (Paul Penalver)
- Determining periodicity of ice cover on the East Greenland marginal ice zone using Landsat 7 ETM + imagery (Daniel White)
- Data conversion to the ISO 8211 ASCII standard (Harry Alexander)
- Positioning and tracking of ROV and side scan sonar systems via the integration of a USBL sensor suite (Marcus Jakt)
- Limitations of GPS positioning for offshore surveys (Paul Aldersley)
- A comparison of side scan sonar and multi-beam backscatter (Lewis Evans)
- Impacts of storms on the geomorphology of Skerries Bank: Start Bay (Fiona James)
Visit the THS UK (South West Region) event page for further details.
Light refreshments will be provided so attendance must be confirmed by 24 February for catering purposes.
For further details and/to confirm attendance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org