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The hydrographic conference Hydro12 is getting closer. The presentations programme is ready, as the trade show is nearly fully booked (however there are a couple of places left) and the partner programme is there if your partner like to join you but prefers to see the countryside. The authors are working on the final versions of the papers they will present. Will you be there? Register before 1 July 2012 to save 60 euros early bird discount!
The organisers have chosen a remarkable venue: the SS Rotterdam – a cruiseliner which is permanently moored in Rotterdam. The vessel also is the conference hotel with rooms that can be booked as well for an attractive rate. Can you imagine the Icebreaker party with a view over the teak decks outside? And the conference dinner taking place in one of the restaurants – a real Captain’s Dinner will surprise you!
All information is on the website, so please register and take the discounted fee!
Aside of the conference Hydro12, the organisation is facilitating companies to get in touch with hydrographic surveyors and related professionals, making them familiar with the recent developments in technology, software and services. Many companies already are represented with a booth (which we have called the singlebeam package) on the trade show. This means that if your company aims to join the exhibition, action is required! There are more options to communicate with the delegates during the conference Hydro12. Like to know more? Just contact the sponsoring team for all available options!
The conference Hydro12 is taking shape. The organisers have attracted three keynote speakers who are to emphasise the theme: Taking Care of the Sea.
The experts are Peter Harris (Australia), involved in the GeoHab programme; Steve Shipman MBE, who was vice-president for the IHB and before, involved in the joint IHO / FIG / ICA Advisory Board on Standards of Competence for Hydrographic Surveyors and Nautical Cartographers; and Terje Torsnes of Geological Survey of Norway. His current area of expertise is within marine geology, with emphasis on seabed sediments and morphology, links between geology and biology within an ecosystem framework, and applied aspects for ocean management.
The deadline to submit abstracts for the Call for Papers has been extended to 15th March 2012. The content committee already received abstracts but a couple of authors have requested to have slightly more time to prepare. Also professionals who aim to contribute to the Hydro12 conference who did not yet express their interest are invited to submit an abstract. Please see the page Call for Papers for all details.