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Monitoring of Engineered and Natural Systems Using Sensors

MENSUS Extreme Environments Sensing Workshop Event

09:30 - 16:00
9 May 2017
175/1007 Boldrewood Campus

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Event details

An event to share knowledge between researchers and external stakeholders interested in sensing in extreme environments

Draft Programme

From 09.30 -  Tea/coffee & networking followed by welcome, by Dr Ling Wang, Chair of the MENSUS University Strategic Research Group (USRG)

Session 1 

10.00 – Alan Daniel (Leonardo): ‘Challenges faced by Leonardo in extreme environments - an overview’

10.30 –  Dr Alberto Sposito (Oxsensis): ‘Optical sensors for the aerospace industry'

11.00 –  Professor Jane Hart (Faculty of Social Human and Mathematical Science, University of Southampton) 'Mountain Sensing'

11.30 –  Professor Matt Mowlem (Head of Ocean Technology and Engineering, NOCS) title tbc

12.00 –  Buffet lunch and refreshments

Session 2

13.00 – Dr Christopher Holmes (Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering, University of Southampton): 'Distributed Optical Sensors’

13.30 – Professor Jorge Fliege (Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences, University of Southampton): 'Sensing and big data’

14.00 –  Geraint West (Sonardyne): 'The challenges of deep ocean data'

14.30 – Tea/coffee break

Session 3

14.45 –  Divide into groups - discussions/brainstorming (on sessions 1&2)

15:05 –  Plenary discussion to share group thoughts

15.15 –  self-grouping discussions based on the interests/topics coming out of the first discussion session

15.35 –  Plenary discussion to share group thoughts

15:45 –  Wrap up and way forward

16.00 –  Meeting ends





Speaker information

Dr Ling Wang,who leads the University's strategic research group on Monitoring Engineered and Natural Systems Using Sensors (MENSUS) will Chair the meeting

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