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This competition sponsored by IEEE/OES is supported by THALES UNDERWATER SYSTEMS.

This year we have gathered a really international field of students representing 12 countries scattered all over the Globe. The scope of their paper is also a demonstration of the wide variety of subjects presented during this conference.





Sara Adams

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St John's, Canada

Environmental monitoring of a fish processing effluent plume in coastal Newfoundland.
Philip Barclay

University of Canterbury

Christchurch, New Zealand

MAP estimation of seafloor topography using multi-frequency synthetic aperture sonar.
Tom Fedenczuk

University of Hawaii

Honolulu, HI USA

Real Time Ocean Research Education: Methods and technologies for outreach during a ship-based research cruise.
Jose Garcia

University of Hannover

Hannover, Germany

Accurate Positioning for Underwater Acoustic Networks.
Alan Hunter

University of Canterbury

Christchurch, New Zealand

Towards more accurate shadow modelling in simulated SAS imagery.
Viorela Ila

University of Girona

Girona, Spain

VLSI Architecture for Underwater Robot Vision System.
Tomohiro Kojiya

Tohoku University

Sendai, Miyagi Japan

Construction of Non-contacting Power Feeding System to Underwater Vehicle Utilizing Electromagnetic Induction.
Laurent Marrec

Ecole Nationale d'Ingenieur de Brest

Brest, France

In-situ optical fiber sensors for temperature and salinity monitoring.
Ruslan May

State Oceanographic Institute

St Petersburg, Russia

Simulation of climatic significant nonlinear tidal phenomena in the Euro Arctic Seas.
Eva-Marie Nosal

University of Hawaii

Honolulu, HI USA

Pair-wise processing for localization of multiple broadband CW sources.
Dazhi Piao

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Beijing, China

The effect of space and time correlation on the underwater acoustic MIMO channel capacity.
Edward Pilbrow

University of Canterbury

Christchurch, New Zealand

Autofocus of Active Beacons for Measuring the Tow-Path of a Synthetic Aperture Sonar.
David Redpath

Heriot-Watt University

Edinburgh, UK

A methodology for underwater video classifier design and comparison on limited data sets.
Stefania Repetto

University of Genoa

Genoa, Italy

High-Resolution 3-D imaging by a sparse array: array optimization and image simulation.
Sairjn Sarangapani

University of Rhode Island

Narragansett, RI USA

Measurements and Modeling of the Target Strength of Divers.
Yoshie Takase

Kanagawa University

Yokohama-shi, Japan

Real-Time sonar system using acoustic lens and numerical analysis based on 2D/3D parabolic equation method.
Manuel Toscano-Jimenez

University of Seville

Seville, Spain

If A Nuclear Accident occurs, How Will The Radioactive Spots Be Transported By The Ocean?
YaoTing Tseng

Curtin University of Technology

Perth, Australia

Implementation of Genetic Programming toward the Improvement of Acoustic Classification Performance for Different Seafloor Habitats.

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