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  • Abstract submission opened        15 November 2009
  • Abstract submission closed          29 January 2010
  • Final paper submission due         21 March 2010
  • Early Bird registration closed        31 March 2010
 


OCEANS '10 IEEE Sydney

 
Conference and Exhibition Australia

 
24–27 May 2010
 
Showcasing Advances in Marine Science and Engineering
 
Welcome letter from Chairman
On behalf of the Local Organising Committee for the OCEANS ’10 IEEE Sydney Conference and Exhibition, I warmly invite you to OCEANS Down Under. Let me encourage you to make the journey and be part of this international event.  You may sample the OCEANS experience at a magnificent venue in a unique city that is graced by the world’s finest natural harbour and the splendour of its ocean beaches. This OCEANS conference and exhibition has been planned to provide each of you with an unforgettable human experience underpinned by Aussie humour, hospitality and friendliness.
 
Australia is a small nation inhabiting a continent that is an island. Its people are coastal dwellers, seafarers and ocean sports enthusiasts. Australia’s ocean jurisdiction is vast in its expanse. The natural resources that abound in our waters and under the seabed enrich this lucky country. Australian marine scientists and engineers apply insight and ingenuity to understanding, observing, and protecting the ocean environment on which we are so dependent.
 
OCEANS ’10 IEEE Sydney is an opportunity to showcase internationally Australia’s capabilities in marine science and ocean engineering. It’s a forum that brings together representatives from universities, industry and government organisations with policy makers, stakeholders and clients. The technical program and tutorials enable us to learn from international experts, to expand our professional network and to update us on the latest advances in marine science and engineering. The exhibition enables us to see and feel the latest sensors, systems, structures, information processing and display tools that are used to probe, measure, monitor and manage the world’s oceans. Also, OCEANS is an opportunity to promote marine science and ocean engineering as professional pursuits worthy of engagement by young Australians.
 
Venture down under for an unforgettable OCEANS experience!

Dr Brian Ferguson
Conference General Chair