More than 300 research papers and posters will be presented at OCEANS 2019 Seattle, October 27 through 31, 2019, at the Washington State Convention Center.

Seattle’s unique history of forward-thinking ocean research and technology, leadership in and focus on the Blue Economy combined with its strong maritime-related corporate, academic, and government communities make it an important locale to host this year’s OCEANS conference co-sponsored by the Marine Technology Society and IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society.

Media are invited to attend plenary and technical sessions as well as tour the exhibit hall to learn more about the latest in marine technology. The technical session schedule and agenda can be found here.

Featured Events:

Town Hall Events

Federal Strategic Vision for Ocean Observing – Looking Ahead to the Next 18 Months

Speakers include: Craig McLean, Acting Chief Scientist, NOAA; Rodney Cluck, Ph.D., Chief, Division of Environmental Sciences, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management; A.J. Rice, Captain, United States Navy, Division Director, Ocean Sensing and Systems Applications Division, Office of Naval Research; Alejandro Moreno, Director of the Office of Water Power Technologies; Carl Gouldman, Director, United States Integrated Ocean Observing System (U.S. IOOS) Program Office; Laura J. Rogers, Associate, Earth Science Technology Office, NASA Langley Research Center; and Terrence Quinn, Ph.D., Director, Ocean Sciences Division, National Science Foundation. Representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency are also invited.

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