Have you done extensive research about marine technology? What about oceanic conservation efforts?
If so, now is your time to show the world your ideas. OCEANS 2019 Seattle, to be held October 27 - 31 in Seattle, WA, is now accepting technical abstracts that align with the conference theme, "Blue Sea, Blue Sky, Blue Tech," and/or the local or standard technical topics. Authors are invited to submit abstracts through May 31 in one of four categories:
Oral Presentation: If accepted, you are required to write a paper per instructions for publication in IEEE Xplore. Further, to achieve publication, you, or one of your listed co-authors, are required to orally present that paper in Seattle sometime on Monday through Wednesday, October 28-30.
General Poster Session: If accepted, you are required to create a poster per instructions for download from the meeting app and online program. To achieve this form of publication, you, or one of your listed co-authors, are required to physically present that poster in Seattle sometime on Monday through Wednesday, October 28-30.
Student Poster Competition: This long-time tradition of OCEANS conferences is described in detail here. It is open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students, and the top 20 abstracts will be selected to attend the meeting with full support, present their work in poster format on Monday through Wednesday, October 28-30, and get a published paper in IEEE Xplore.
Workshops, Tutorials, and Special Sessions: The Technical Program Committee also seeks those who wish to lead topical panel sessions, workshops, or tutorials. We are changing the usual timing for the latter which will be held on Thursday, October 31st. Please submit an abstract with details such that we can connect with you directly.
For more information on the OCEANS 2019 Seattle Conference topics or paper submission process, please visit the OCEANS 2019 Seattle website.
We look forward to learning more about your innovative and engaging conference presentation!