61st Marine Measurement Forum

Date24 May 2018
HostMarine Measurement Forum
VenueNational Physical Laboratory, Hampton Rd, TW11 0LW

MMF61 

The National Physcial Laboratory (NPL) will host the 61st Marine measurement Forum. The programme will follow the standard format with a series of relevant talks interspersed with refreshment/networking breaks. 

As always, there will be plenty of opportunities for both networking and sharing ideas throughout the day.

NPL is the UK's National Metrology Institute and our expertise in measurement covers a range of different disciplines from underwater acoustics and medical ultrasound, to quantum mechanics and ionising radiation. During the day, there will an opportunity to view the NPL facilities and capabilities.

Registration

The registration fee is £50.00 (including VAT) and may be paid online during the registration process.

To register, please complete the online booking form.

Call for speakers

MMF61 is actively seeking speakers on topics relating to measurements in the marine environment. Presentations will be 15 minutes duration with 4 minutes for Q&A.

If you would like to give a presentation, please send a title and short summary (max. 250 words) to nick.crawford@npl.co.uk by 1st May.


For all enquiries visit the MMF61 website or contact events@npl.co.uk
About the MMF 

MMF is a non-profit making, one-day seminar providing opportunities for the informal exchange of ideas, knowledge, techniques and developments across an extensive range of marine measurement activities.

Attendees typically include scientists, surveyors, engineers and business people from a variety of organisations including research centres, academia, manufacturers, survey companies, consultants, monitoring authorities, dredging companies, port authorities, oil companies, societies, etc.  

The format for the day is a series of short talks from representatives of research institutions and commercial organisations on topics ranging from scientific research, instrumentation and survey projects. The day provides the ideal opportunity to network and share ideas with others working in the ocean industries. 

For more information about MMF visit www.mmf-uk.org.

 

 

 

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