The International Conference on Ocean Studies is meant to be the Pacific discussion platform for dedicated scientists, academics, professionals, industry, and students in the World Ocean research and development. During this annual four-day-long event, participants are welcome to join technical and plenary sessions and exhibit. The conference is organized by the M.D. Ageev Institute for Marine Technology Problems FEB RAS and the IEEE Russia (Far Eastern) Subsection in cooperation with the Institute of Automation and Control Processes FEB RAS and V.I. Il'ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute FEB RAS.
Scope: The conference focuses on hardware, software, and algorithmic developments and approaches for World Ocean research and exploration. The main emphasis is put on marine robotics and related areas including autonomous underwater and surface vehicles, remotely controlled vehicles, underwater communications, and navigation. As these areas heavily depend on sound propagation in the seawater, attention is also paid to computational acoustics, seismo-acoustics, and oceanography and its applications. The implementation of mentioned technologies for underwater environmental monitoring is also considered alongside with marine ecosystem simulation techniques and its digital twins.
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NOTICE: Participation as a listener is free of charge. It requires emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: full name, contact phone number, position and organisation titles. This information is necessary to issue a pass to the Far Eastern Federal University buildings according to the security rules.