Nortek Technical Symposium 2013

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Tuesday, August 06, 2013
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Register is now open for the 2013 Nortek Technical Symposium in San Diego, California on September 20-21, Nortek announced.

This year’s event features keynote speakers from Ocean Observatories Initiative, Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

Attendees and presenters also include a host of other scientific researchers, engineers, system integrators and operational clients. The Nortek Technical Symposium is an opportunity for sharing industry professionals’ experiences, collaborating for future projects, recruiting of premiere candidates in the industry, hands-on technical training, gaining feedback on data collection and analysis approaches, industry-academic partnerships, product development suggestions and a relaxed and enjoyable time with peers.

Signature Keynote Presentations:
- Tim Cowles - OOI VP & Director of Ocean Observing: Overview of the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI)
- Rob Pinkel - Associate Director Marine Physics Laboratory, Scripps: A Brief History of Doppler Sonar Development at SIO: 1974 - Present.
- Glen Gawarkiewicz - Senior Scientist, WHOI: Shelf & Slope Processes - Challenges and Opportunities with the OOI Pioneer Array.
- Plus special presentation by Lee Gordon, Doppler Ltd., on the original development of the acoustic Doppler current profiler.

User Contributed Presentations:
Nortek is currently seeking presenters for various topics, including (but not limited to) unique applications, deep ocean mooring deployments, ocean observing systems, ocean circulation and climate change and velocity measurements on moving platforms.

A full schedule of events, technical program and registration information can be viewed online at nortekusa.com/2013symposium.
 

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