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Presentations

This page lists the presentations of Hydro12 by lead authour, co-author(s) and the title of their paper, as well their place in the conference schedule. In the column ‘Title’, the abstract of the presentations is linked so you can have an impression of the subject and research to be presented!

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First author First affiliation Additional authors Additional affiliations Title Session
Koos de Vries Medusa Explorations BV Johan de Kok; Ronald Koomans; John de Ronde; Marcel Rozemeijer Deltares; Rijkswaterstaat Monitoring of silt content in sediments off the Dutch Coast O5.4
Henry Odunsi Earth Info Services SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING AND COASTAL SEDIMENT MONITORING APPROACH WITH NIGERIASAT2 O7.1
Richard Sanfaçon Canadian Hydrographic Service Marc Journault; Louis Maltais High precision hydrography in Canada, The St. Lawrence River channel, HD bathymetry, Production, Distribution and Updating O2.1
Roger Côté Canadian Hydrographic Service Louis Maltais; Richard Sanfaçon Backscatter “From ping to Database”, a Canadian Hydrographic Service perspective P1.1
Richard Thain Plymouth University Anthony Jenks; Andrew McNeill; Don Ventura Fugro Degrees of success:  Meeting professional standards through distance e-learning O10.2
Simon Salter Chersoft How deep will the water be? T1
Shekhar Murthy IIC Academy Derrick R. Peyton; Duncan Wardle IIC Technologies Recruiting and Training for the Future O10.4
Jeroen Aardoom Aquavision  Pim van Santen; Shauna Ni Fhlaithearta; Frans Claeys; Hans Poppe  Aquavision; Eurosense; Agency for Maritime and Coastal Services Creating a Current Atlas for the Port of Zeebrugge O9.3
Bart Spelt Rijkswaterstaat Herman Peters; Ivo Wenneker; Magiel Hansen; Andre Jansen; Hans Miedema; Peter Verburgh; Albert Huisman; Paul Kramer; Marco Peters; Arjen Ponger Deltares SBW Field Measurement Programme O9.1
Bart-Jan Ruesink Geocon Innovative Positioning System Integration for Immersed Tunnel Construction O6.1
Cornelis Slobbe Delft University of Technology Roland Klees; Martin Verlaan; Leendert Dorst; Herman Gerritsen Deltares; Hydrographic Service of the Royal Netherlands Navy Lowest Astronomical Tide in the North Sea derived from a vertically referenced shallow water model, and an assessment of its suggested sense of safety O4.1
Huibert-Jan Lekkerkerk Port of Rotterdam Marnix Kol; Eric Peeters; René Roels; Tjebbe Westerbeek PUMA Determining rock quantities using swathe techniques on Maasvlakte 2 O7.5
Jasmine Dumollin Agency for Maritime and Coastal Services Charles de Jongh CARIS Inland Electronic Navigation Chart production by the Flemish Hydrography (Flanders – Belgium) O10.1
Niels Kinneging Rijkswaterstaat Mirjam Snellen; Dimitrios Eleftherakis; Dick Simons; Erik Mosselman; Arjan Sieben Delft University of Technology; Deltares; Rijkswaterstaat River bed classification using multibeam echosounder backscatter data O3.4
Corey Collins CARIS The Progression of Multi-Dimensional Water Column Analysis in a Processing Environment O3.3
Sebastian Rütten Federal institute of Hydrology (BfG) Stephan Mai; Jens Wilhelmi; Theodor Zenz; Hartmut Hein; Ulrich Barjenbruch Results of operational sea-wave monitoring with radar gauges O4.3
Coen Werner Stema Survey Application of high resolution acoustics for determination of the physical properties of fluid sediments O5.5
Yves Plancke Antwerp Maritime Academy Dries Vertommen; Kirsten Beirinckx; Gwendy Vos Agency for Maritime and Coastal Services; Department of Maritime Access; Flanders Hydraulics Research; Antea High resolution topo-bathymetric and flow measurements and 2D-hydrodynamic numerical modelling to evaluate the effects of the deepening of the navigation channel in the Western Scheldt O9.2
Raphael Malyankar Jeppesen Digital Mariners Routeing Guide – An exploration in the standardization and online delivery of marine information P1.2
Hartmut Hein Federal institute of Hydrology (BfG) Ulrich Barjenbruch; Christoph Blasi; Stephan Mai Computer-aided quality assurance of high-resolution digitized historic tide-gauge records O9.4
Owen Cantrill Maritime Safety Queensland Daniel Kruimel CARIS The CARIS Engineering Analysis Module – Assisting in the Management of Queensland’s Waterways T2
Davy Depreiter IMDC Marc Sas; Kirsten Beirinckx; Gert-Jan Like Department of Maritime Access; Rijkswaterstaat Flexible Disposal Strategy: monitoring as a key to understanding and steering environmental responses to dredging and disposal in the Scheldt Estuary O1.3
Caroline Gautier Deltares Sicco Kamminga; Herman Peters Nortek; Rijkswaterstaat HYDRODYNAMIC DATA FROM RADAR OBSERVATIONS O7.3
Stijn Claeys Flanders Hydraulic Research Ben Dierikx; Simon Paul; Jeroen van Reenen Rijkswaterstaat; Port of Rotterdam Fluid mud density determination in navigational channels O5.1
Frank Köster Hamburg Port Authority Verena Bosselmann-Borsos; Ottokarl Büchsenschütz-Nothdurft CARIS Integrated Bathymetric Data Management – the Platform for Decision Making in the Port of Hamburg T3
José Bartolomeu Ferreira Fontes Consórcio Draga Brasil Mathias Schlösser GEO TAG Consultoria, Projetos e Serviços Deepening of the Port of Santos – Brazil; Dredging to Results: 5,000 km surveyed P1.3
José Bartolomeu Ferreira Fontes Consórcio Draga Brasil Hailton Siqueira Survey and Dredge in High protected Enviromental Vulcanic open sea Island –  Fernando de Noronha – Brazil P2.1
Tom Hiller Thurne Hydrographic Lisa Nicole Brisson; Steve Wright EdgeTech Measuring Bathymetric Uncertainty of the Edgetech 4600 Sonar P2.4
Tom Hiller Thurne Hydrographic Arnar Steingrimsson; Robert Melvin Teledyne Positioning Small AUVs for Deeper Water Surveys Using Inverted USBL O6.3
Jani Pötrönen Meritaito High Resolution Multibeam Survey and Mobile Laser Scanning – Comprehensive Information for Coastal Infrastructure Management and Planning T4
Roger Longhorn The Coastal & Marine Union (EUCC) Assessing the Impact of INSPIRE on Related EU Marine Directives O2.2
Boudewijn Possel Fugro Hannes Swiegers Key elements of Remote Offshore Survey Operations O2.3
Victoria Putans P.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS Sediment waves: geohazard or geofeature? O5.2
Travis Mason National Oceanography Centre Robert Kinnear;Andrew Colenutt Beyond bathymetry – coastal marine mapping O1.1
Simone de Kleermaeker Deltares Martin Verlaan; Jan Kroos Rijkswaterstaat A New Coastal Flood Forecasting System for the Netherlands O9.5
Michiel van de Munt Allseas Robert van der Velden; Karel Epke INS aided subsurface positioning for ROV pipeline surveys O6.2
Ruggero Capperucci Senckenberg am Meer Alexander Bartholomä University of Bremen Sediment vs topographic micro-roughness: anthropogenic effects on seabed acoustic classification O8.1
Ane Wiersma Deltares P. Frantsen; P. Verhoef Royal Boskalis Westminster High-resolution geophysical survey for the exploration of near surface sand resources at the southern Kenyan coast using a multi source strategy O8.2
Lars Schiller Deutsche Hydrografische Gesellschaft Volker Böder; Hans Werner Schenke HafenCity University; Alfred Wegener Institute A Comprehensive Definition and Systematic Subdivision of Hydrography P1.4
Hugh Parker Fugro Mark Penley; Mark Sinclair; Nigel Townsend; Paul Seaton System integration of LiDAR Bathymetry sensors for complex surveys in France P2.5
Michele Hounjet Deltares Arnout Bijlsma; Martin Verlaan; Leendert Dorst Hydrographic Service of the Royal Netherlands Navy Accurate water levels using PREMO: Tool for reduction of hydrographic measurements O4.2
Andrew Armstrong NOAA/UNH Joint Hydrographic Center Gordon Johnston; Adam Greenland; Ron Furness; Lysandros Tsoulos  FIG/IHO/ICA IBSC for Hydrographic Surveyors and Nautical Cartographers A new framework for the FIG/IHO/ICA Standards of Competence for Hydrographic Surveyors O10.3
John Klippen Jeppesen NHS – MINTEC, Print on demand system P2.2
John Klippen Jeppesen Maritime Source Data Collection, Management and Integration O2.4
Els Verfaillie Ghent University Alain de Wulf; Morten Fuglsang; Michel Goethals; Stefaan Gysens; Ellen Meire; Henning Sten Hansen; Philippe De Maeyer Aalborg University; Agency for Maritime and Coastal Services THE BLAST DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM BASED ON INDICATORS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE; CASE STUDY OF SUITABILITY MAPPING FOR RENEWABLE WAVE ENERGY POTENTIAL O1.2
Ellen Stuifbergen Reson Deepwater Dredging and Maintenance in the Offshore industry O7.4
Jean-Guy Nistad CIDCO Alan Picard; Mathieu Rondeau; Nicolas Seube; Thomas Touzé ENSTA Bretagne A New Approach for LIDAR Latency and Bore-sight angles Calibration O3.2
Nicolas Seube ENSTA Bretagne Maude Audet Morin CIDCO Towards more attractivity for hydrographic surveying course through international joint diplomas O10.5
Alain de Wulf Ghent University Denis Constales; Timothy Nuttens; Cornelis Stal Grid Models versus TIN (Triangulated Irregular Network): Geometric Accuracy of Multibeam Data Processing O3.5
Marc Dauwe Antwerp Maritime Academy Axel Annaert; Micha Libert Hydrographic Training in Belgium PP1.8
Thaienne van Dijk Deltares Sytze van Heteren; Marco Kleuskens; Pieter Doornenbal; Kees van der Tak; Jerker Menninga; Rolien van der Mark University of Twente; TNO; Alten PTS; MARIN; MTSC; Utrecht University Quantified bed dynamics of the Netherlands Continental Shelf and the river Waal O5.3
Mieke Mathys IMDC Marc Sas; F. Roose Department of Maritime Access A lithological and morphological map created from multibeam backscatter data in challenging circumstances: the Lower Sea Scheldt estuary O8.3
Mark Bollen IMDC Mieke Mathys; Marc Sas Plume Measuring Techniques for Dredging Works: the SiltProfiler P2.3
 Don Ventura  Fugro  Utility of Airborne Lidar Bathymetry in Extreme Coastal Environments; Planning Considerations, Results and Lessons Learned  O7.2
author legend: Session legend:
first author A. innovations in acquisition techniques
presenting author (e.g.: SONAR; LIDAR; satellite imagery; satellite positioning);
corresponding author B. subsea positioning
(e.g. integrated navigation; multisensor fusion; ROV positioning; IRM surveying)
C. innovations in processing techniques
(e.g.: object detection; large data volumes; 3D methods)
D. smart data management
(e.g.: MSDI; INSPIRE; indicators for data quality);
E. easy customer access to data and products
(e.g.: webservices; ENC-s);
F. careful marine planning
(e.g.: wind farms; dredging; traffic separation; resurvey policies);
G. cost-effective solutions
(e.g.: international cooperation; insourcing vs outsourcing; autonomous surveying);
H. geophysics of the marine environment
(e.g.: morphodynamics; sub-bottom mapping of the seabed; exploitation of natural resources, fluid
sediments);
I. vertical references
(e.g.: ellipsoidally referenced surveying; internationally consistent definitions and realizations);
J. accurate hydrodynamics
(e.g.: water levels and tides; currents; oceanographic forecasting);
K. Hydrography in the Benelux
(e.g.: Maasvlakte 2; the Sand Engine; optimal access to Antwerp)
L. The hydrographic profession
(e.g.: attraction to young people; education; professional standards; hydrographic societies)
P. Poster session
T. Tutorial session

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