SeaTech® Week online programme announcement
World leaders in Marine Science & Technology will be taking part in the event in a new virtual format from 12-16 October 2020
By: Business France
As Sea Tech Week® moves online, the organisers announce a jampacked programme which reinforces the biennial conference's position as a global reference and an expansive launchpad for professionals, including 30 e-conferences about the latest advances in both marine science and R&D, as well as B2B meetings.
A deep dive into advances in marine science & technologies
Renewable energies and marine observation are at the forefront of the SeaTech® Week programme (https://www.seatechweek.eu/
• new technologies in the field of wind & water-powered renewable energies
• robotics in marine observation
• marine observation through space imaging
• ecosystems and coastal observation
The line-up includes world experts and leaders in their fields such as Simon Pascoe, Morbihan Hydro Energy and Niki Vermeulen, Senior Lecturer at University of Edinburgh representing the UK. Sessions include 'Big data, deep learning, satellite observation', for those interested in marine observation, and conferences including 'Wave and wind observations applied to offshore renewable energies' for attendees who are interested in the role in Marine Technology applied to renewable energy, to name just two.
All sessions will take place between 8am and 5pm (BST), and will be available for replay via the platform from 24 hours after the event until 1st December 2020.
A simple, interactive and engaging platform
For those who have been missing the buzz of conferences and tradeshows, the platform for SeaTech® Week goes a long way in making up for the lack of in-person events this year. With a single, simple registration, the online format gives attendees the chance to attend the entire event from their home, without having to choose individual sessions.
What's more, the platform offers a virtual exhibition, a B2B networking space and 3 virtual halls, each hosting one part of the conference, giving attendees plenty to explore.
• The conference hall will offer an extensive programme of over 30 parallel sessions with both invited international speakers and speakers selected through a call for abstracts.
• Opening ahead of the show on 1st October and running until its conclusion, the B2B hall will be a match & meet interface allowing exhibitors, speakers and other attendees to plan and prepare individual meetings with potential partners & find networking opportunities in marine science.
• The last hall will be a virtual trade exhibition to explore in 3D throughout the week.
To register: www.seatechweek.eu