Tutorial Information

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Tutorial Information

Tutorials are all half-day presentations this year and are meant to complement the technical program of OCEANS ’17 MTS/IEEE Anchorage by describing the fundamental elements of a technology and/or rudiments of a subject in a classroom setting. All tutorial sessions will be held on Monday, September 18, the day before the formal opening of the conference.

Tutorials are an “add-on” to the main conference registration; however, you may register for a Tutorial without registering for the full conference. To do so please proceed to our online Registration system http://register.oceans17mtsieeeanchorage.org/ then select the TUTORIAL ONLY REGISTRATION option when prompted for the registration type. If you are registering as a full conference registrant, you will be able to add individual tutorials during that registration process.

The tutorials are conducted under the auspices of the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and Continuing Education Certificates are issued to participants who request them.

The Workshops do not require a fee for participation, the Tutorials do require a fee and registration.

The tutorials and workshops listed here a preliminary at this time and will be updated when details are finalized.

Title

Instructors

Schedule

T1

Machine Learning for Underwater Acoustic and Imaging Applications

TUTORIAL

Dr. Gajre & Mr. Asolkar

8:00am-NOON

T2

Navigation Sonar

 TUTORIAL

Dr. Glenn Wright

1:00pm-5:00pm

T3

Introduction to Parallel Distributed Memory Computing for Coastal Oceans Studies with EFDC

 TUTORIAL

Dr. O’Danncha & Prof. Scott James

8:00am-NOON

T4

1:00pm-5:00pm

T5

Accessing and Using Real-time and Archival Geospatial Sea Ice for Alaskan Waters

 WORKSHOP

Dr. Thomas Heinrichs

8:00am-NOON

T6

JANUS: Understanding, implementing and using the first digital underwater communication standard

 TUTORIAL

Dr. John Potter

1:00pm-5:00pm

T7

Signal Processing  Techniques for Interference Analysis and Mitigation of Underwater Acoustic Signals

 TUTORIAL

Prof Peter Stravoulakis

8:00am-NOON

T8

Evaluation of Physical and Environmental Hydrokinetic (MHK) Interactions

 WORKSHOP

Craig Jones, Samuel McWilliams, Jesse Roberts & Chris Chartrand

1:00pm-5:00pm

T9

U.S. NOAA National Oceans Service Digital Showcase

 WORKSHOP

Dr. Nicole Kinsman

8:00am-NOON

T10

ShoreZone: An Inventory and photographic record of coastal habitats in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest

 WORKSHOP

Dr. Susan Saupe & Kelly Ingrahm

1:00pm-5:00pm

T11

SUNA Nutrient Sensor Measurements, Calibration and Application

 WORKSHOP

David Murphy

8:00am-NOON

T12

Optimizing Ocean Observing: A Hands-On Instrumentation Workshop

 WORKSHOP

Chris Kontoes

1:00pm-5:00pm

T13

Data Management in the Oceans Sciences

 WORKSHOP

Chris Turner

8:00am-NOON