Nathan J. Robinson, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Barcelona, Spain.
25 March 2022
Jacopo Aguzzi, Sascha Flögel, Simone Marini, Laurenz Thomsen, Jan Albiez, Peter Weiss, Giacomo Picardi, Marcello Calisti, Sergio Stefanni, Luca Mirimin, Fabrizio Vecchi, Cecilia Laschi, Andrew Branch, Evan B. Clark, Bernard Foing, Armin Wedler, Damianos Chatzievangelou, Michael Tangherlini, Autun Purser, Lewis Dartnell, Roberto Danovaro.
February 08 2022
Authors: Jacopo Aguzzi,
Joaquin del del Rio, Gabriel Oliver, Juan Manuel Lopez, Joan Batista Company, Joan Navarro, Nixon Bahamón, José Antonio García del Arco, Damianos Chatzievangelou, Nathan J. Robinson, Jordi Grinyó, Sascha Flögel, Daniel Mihai Toma, Marco Francescangeli, Merce Cabane, Xavier Garcias, Marc Carreras Perez, Joseta Roca, Mireia Frigola, Ivan Masmitja, Spartacus Gomariz, Antoni Sanchez
Attended Conferences and Workshops
The National Oceanography Centre is proud to be hosting this year EMRA workshop on the 15th – 16th June. The one and half day event aims to bring together a diverse range of speakers from ongoing EU funded research projects, industry stakeholders, policy makers and end users. The workshop will provide an excellent opportunity for networking, dissemination of research projects and cross-fertilisation of ideas in marine robotics, enabling innovative technologies and applications. Previously hosted virtually by ISME Pisa Italy this will be the first year since COVID it is held in person but will also be held virtually for those unable to travel. The event is the yearly networking opportunity for European marine robotics researchers to come together show case what they have been working on and discuss new projects.
The First ROBEX International Summer School will be held on Vulcano (Eolian Islands, Italy) in the period 24 August – 2 September 2016. A natural laboratory for marine, terrestrial and planetary science and technology.
The European Training Network on PErsonalized Robotics as SErvice Oriented applications – PERSEO – aims at training and creating a new generation of interdisciplinary researchers and professionals with an entrepreneurship ethos and transferrable skillset to face both societal and technological research challenges of this forthcoming market of personal robots.
Oceanology International 2022-2024 is the most important commercial fair in the underwater technologies’ domain in Europe, it takes place every 2 years in London and gathers more than 500 exhibiting companies and more than 8,000 visitors. The event has a parallel scientific conference where the exhibitors can present and promote their most innovative technologies. IQUA aims to participate in the editions of 2022 and 2024 as an exhibitor. Some project partners will also attend as visitors. It is highly likely that in the edition of 2024 PLOME-related technologies will be presented in the parallel conference to disseminate them.