Oi China 2018 Conference Programme
Call for Abstract

Developed with government and industry associations, the Oceanology International China Conference will connect the latest marine science and ocean technology solutions with China’s rapidly developing coastal and offshore energy & marine industries. The conference will consist of presentations on the latest R&D projects, technology developments, applications and best practices for marine science and engineering. Oi China’s 2018 community of providers and buyers of marine technology and services are interested in hearing case studies and best practice, of marine technology and science under the following topics:

Ocean Observation and Sensing
-  Developments in sensors, instrumentation and measurement tools and techniques
-  Ocean observing systems design, methods and operations
-  New platforms or novel applications of platforms for ocean observing
-  Early warning systems for coastal monitoring and protection
Unmanned Vehicles and Vessels
-  Surface systems – Applications and developments in
-  Underwater/subsea systems – Applications and developments in
-  Autonomy and/or collaboration between unmanned systems
-  Applications for the offshore wind, oil and gas or marine aquaculture operations
Marine Aquaculture
-  Equipment and services for developing the sector
-  Monitoring technology
-  Emerging technical challenges and solutions for China’s developing marine aquaculture sector
Positioning & Navigation
-  Developments in tools and techniques
Hydrography & Geophysics
-  Developments tools and techniques for offshore site investigations, habitat mapping or monitoring foundation behaviour
-  Associated areas of geophysics, geology, geotechnics in an offshore environment

If you would like to submit an abstract for consideration for a 20 minute presentation at Oi China 2018, please submit ~300 words to sarah.clifford@reedexpo.co.uk by Friday, July 27th 2018.

 

Abstract Guidance


-  Your abstract should provide a detailed description of the proposed presentation, the technical aspects to be discussed and any results/conclusions that will be shared.
-  Please include the presenter’s first & last name, job title, company, email and phone number.
-  Only abstracts of a technical nature will be accepted, while overtly commercial or salesy submissions may be rejected.
-  Applicants will be informed in August, on the success of their submission and presentations will be required by Wednesday, October 17th 2018.
-  Oi China 2018 is free to attend, however speakers will be required to cover their own expenses related to travel, catering and accommodation for attending the event.
-  The conference is bilingual with simultaneous translation provided from Mandarin to English and visa versa during the presentations.

Abstracts and any questions should be submitted in:
English to: Sarah Clifford: sarah.clifford@reedexpo.co.uk or
Mandarin to: Penny Pei: penny.pei@reedexpo.com.cn

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