The 66th Marine Measurement Forum
Tuesday 27 June 2023 - Tuesday 27 June 2023
: Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML)
We are delighted to announce that the 66th Marine Measurement Forum will be hosted in the port city of Plymouth, Devon, on June 27th 2023.
REGISTRATION AND CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN
Hosted by the National Centre for Coastal Autonomy (NCCA) (founded by the partners in Marine Research Plymouth – the Marine Biological Association, Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) and the University of Plymouth), the Forum will be held at PML’s main site on Plymouth Hoe which overlooks the historic waterfront and Plymouth Sound.
A full day of talks, presentations and networking opportunities will be followed by an evening reception on June 27th.
Registration will be open to all - Registration Fee: £40+ VAT
Abstract/presentation submission deadline is Friday 9th June 2023
Submit an abstract
Places are limited so please confirm your attendance ASAP
About the Marine Management Forum (MMF)
The Marine Management Forum is a series of one-day, non-profit making events that has been running since 1983 which provides excellent opportunities for networking and the informal exchange of ideas, knowledge, techniques and developments across an extensive range of marine scientific measurement activities.
During an MMF ‘day’ a series of short presentations on diverse marine measurement topics are interspersed with refreshment breaks that offer delegates the chance to network with like-minded colleagues.
Attendees typically include scientists, surveyors, engineers and business people from a variety of organisations including research centres, academia, manufacturers, defence organisations, survey companies, consultancies, monitoring authorities, dredging companies, port authorities, energy companies and trade associations.
About the National Centre for Coastal Autonomy
The National Centre for Coastal Autonomy is the UK’s first autonomous fully integrated coastal observing and monitoring network, employing the latest autonomous technologies to drive towards a net zero oceanographic capability, delivering world-leading and cutting edge science.
Founded by the partners in Marine Research Plymouth – the Marine Biological Association, Plymouth Marine Laboratory and the University of Plymouth – it was officially launched by HRH The Princess Royal in October 2022. Click here for more information.