The innovations in submersible and camera technology currently create quickly growing amounts of visual data.
Exploration and analysis of these data volumes has to follow this progress. Thus, groups and institutions around the world
are developing innovative methods and technologies to make the fundamental data accessible.
This workshop shall bring together people and their ideas to fuse the theoretical and practical solutions that are either promising or already in use.
The first circular is available here
The 2014 Marine Imaging Workshop is sponsored by:
We are still looking for sponsors! Details about the different opportunities for sponsorship can be found in this pdf.
The workshop will take place at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK from the:
The registration deadline for the workshop has passed.
The registration fee is £ 150 including the conference dinner. Information regarding the payment will be sent to you by mail, after the registration process (see link below)
Additional participants for the dinner cost £ 50 each (payable at the workshop registration).
No refunds for registration fees will be provided unless there are extenuating circumstances.
The maximum amount of participants for the workshop is limited at 100.
Payment of the registration fee is possible on the Payment page.
If you want to submit more than one abstracts, please repeat the registration process for the second abstract.Delegates with limited imaging / annotation experience are welcome, however those with abstracts are given priority.
|02 Dec. 2013||- Registration and abstract submission open|
|18 Jan. 2014||- Registration for Attendants without abstracts open|
|24 Jan. 2014||- Abstract submission deadline|
|07 Feb. 2014||- Abstract acceptances announced|
|21 Feb. 2014||- Registration and photo competition entry deadline|
|07 Apr. 2014||- Evening Icebreaker (Partners welcome)|
|08 - 10 Apr. 2014||- Workshop|
Submit your best underwater photos to be judged for prizes! Details about the photo submission and other information regarding the competition can be found in this pdf.
Scientific organising committee:
Jennifer Durden (NOCS, UK)
Linda Kuhnz (MBARI, USA)
Timm Schoening (Bielefeld, Germany)
Lenaick Menoit (IFREMER)
Rachel Przeslawski (Geoscience Australia)
Maggie Tran (Geoscience Australia)
Local organising committee: