8th Workshop "Seabed Acoustics" 2017
Since 2001 Innomar has been hosting the workshop "Seabed Acoustics". The 8th workshop will take place 9 – 10 November 2017 in "Hotel Neptun" in Rostock-Warnemünde (Germany).
You may still have good memories on the previous workshops. We received much positive feedback and have started already to prepare the upcoming "Seabed Acoustics" user seminar.
Again we will have a two-day event with presentations and discussions on the first day and live demonstrations of survey equipment as well as a user workshop on the second day. Presentations will focus on development projects, technology reports and user experience in the field of acoustical seabed investigation. During session breaks and the popular evening event there will be sufficient time discussions, networking and exchange of ecperiences.
Workshop language is English. Do not miss this event and register today
Please note that MBT is organizing a one-day QINSy-Workshop the day before (8. November) at the same place.
|Thursday, 09 November 2017 (Presentations / Exhibition / Posters)|
|09:15||Welcome / Opening|
|09:20||Thomas Dehling (Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency, Germany):Greetings from BSH / Open Data Policy|
|09:45||Elise Soyland (DOF Subsea, Norway):Geophysical survey results from Bjørnafjorden (West Norway) – an attempt to summarize 770 km of sub-bottom data in an 18 km2 area|
|10:10||Robin Dymlind (Clinton Marine Survey, Sweden):High speed, high resolution seismic in windfarm sites|
|10:35||Tea / Coffee|
|11:05||Christian Maushake (Fed. Waterways Engineering and Research Institute, Germany):Interaction between unstable vertical salinity gradients and the formation of fluid mud in the Ems estuary|
|11:30||Stephan Hilgert (KIT – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany):Sediment classification in a Brazilian reservoir using the SES-2000 compact system|
|11:55||Laurent Jaunet (Fugro GB Marine, UK):Innomar SES-2000 compact integration to an autonomous surface vehicle and application for marine site characterisation|
|12:20||Jim Best (University of Illinois, USA):Using Innomar SES-2000 SBP to unlock the Holocene history of Cambodia's Great Lake – the Tonle Sap|
|14:15||Kim Young-Hyun (Geoview, Korea):Research of Underwater Cultural Heritage using Innomar SES-2000 SBP|
|14:40||Tine Missiaen (VLIZ – Flanders Marine Institute, Belgium):Ultra-high resolution 3D sub-bottom imaging for archaeological studies: results from different case studies in the southern North Sea|
|15:05||Jens Schneider von Deimling (University of Kiel, Germany):Pinging against the state-of-the-art|
|15:30||Trevor Winton (Flinders University, Australia):Quantitative SBP assessment of sediment cover and material types of shallow buried archaeological artefacts|
|15:55||Tea / Coffee|
|16:25||Oleg Levchenko (P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology – RAS Moscow, Russia):Surveys with the Innomar SES-2000 parametric sub-bottom profilers in 2016 – 2017 in Atlantic and Arctic Oceans|
|16:50||Alexander Bartholomä (Senckenberg Institute Wilhelmshaven, Germany):Reconstruction of the Paleolandscape in the East Frisian Wadden Sea – First results from the Innomar SES-2000 sub-bottom data of the WASA project|
|17:15||Wojciech Szymczak, Polish Naval Academy, Poland:Parametric echosounder SES-2000 compact measurements of reflections from buried object sounding pulses – their recognizability and visualization(winning Innomar student project)|
|17:40||Introduction to the products shown during the equipment demo on Friday|
Exhibition (08:30 – 18:30)
|Friday, 10 November 2017 (Equipment Demo / Innomar User Workshop)|
|The equipment demo and the user workshop will be held twice (groups A and B). Please choose your preferred time slot during registration.|
|Group A||Group B|
|10:00 – 11:30||Equipment Demo||User Workshop|
|12:00 – 13:30||User Workshop||Equipment Demo|
|14:00||End of Workshop "Seabed Acoustics" 2017|
Equipment Demo (passenger ship "Warnow Star")
User Workshop (Hotel Neptun)
If you like to join the workshop as delegate, you can already register by using the form below our using our contact form.
After registration your invoice including our bank account details will be sent by email.
Accommodation / Hotels
Please arrange your travel and accommodation by yourself.
The workshop venue "Hotel Neptun" has a limited quota of rooms available at a reduced rate (single room € 105 / double room € 171). Please book until 19.10.2017 at the hotel by e-mail or phone (+49 381 777 77 77) using the keyword "Seabed Acoustics".
Hotels were reported to be rather busy due to another event taking place in Rostock-Warnemünde the same week, so please make sure to book your accommodation timely.
Please arrange your travel and accommodation by yourself.
You can travel to Rostock-Warnemünde by car, train, bus, ferry or plane. In this section we put together some information how to reach the workshop venue by various means of transportation.
Travel by Plane: Airports
Airport Rostock-Laage (RLG)
Airport Rostock-Laage (RLG, distance about 50km) has regular flights from/to Munich (MUC) and Stuttgart (STR). There are also flights (mainly charter) to several destinations in Spain, Turkey and Egypt. Transfer from Airport RLG to Rostock:
- Bus: There is a local bus (#127, ticket about 10€, time table for November not yet available) operated matching all departures and arrivals. This bus takes you to Transfer to Rostock Central Bus Station (ZOB) which is located in the city centre near the Railway Main Station. From here you can take the city train ("S-Bahn") to Rostock-Warnemünde and then walk to the workshop hotel.
- Taxi: A taxi ride to the workshop venue takes about 40 minutes.
Airport Hamburg (HAM)
Hamburg Airport (HAM, distance about 200km) connects to all major airports worldwide. If you cannot fly directly to Rostock-Laage, you should prefer Hamburg airport over the Berlin airports. Hamburg offers better connections to Rostock. Transfer from Airport Hamburg to Rostock:
- Train: There are urban trains to Hamburg main stations operating every 10 minutes. From there you can get trains to Rostock Main Station operated by Deutsche Bahn. From Rostock Main Station you can take the city train ("S-Bahn") to Rostock-Warnemünde and then walk to the workshop hotel. There are fast connections (total journey airport to Warnemünde about 3 hours) every two hours for about 45 Euros.
- Rental Car: Cars can be rented from sevaral companies (Sixt, Europcar, Hertz, Avis, Budget, ...) located in Terminal 2. Follow signs to Highway A1, direction Lübeck/Putgarten. From A1 switch to A20 direction Rostock. Leave A20 at junction "Rostock-West" and follow the road to Warnemünde. See also instructions in the car section below. Total distance to the workshop venue is about 200km and the journey takes about 2.5 hours.
Airport Berlin Tegel (TXL)
Airport Berlin Tegel (TXL, distance about 230km) connects to all major airports worldwide. If you fly via Berlin, you should prefer this airport. Transfer from Airport Berlin Tegel to Rostock:
- Train: Trains to Rostock Main Station are operated by Deutsche Bahn from Berlin Main Station. There are regional trains going from the airport to Berlin Main Station. From Rostock Main Station you can take the city train ("S-Bahn") to Rostock-Warnemünde and then walk to the workshop hotel. There are fast connections (total journey airport to Warnemünde about 3.5 hours) every two hours for about 45 Euros.
- Rental Car: Cars can be rented from sevaral companies (Sixt, Europcar, Hertz, Avis, Budget, ...). Follow signs to Highway A111, direction Hamburg. Follow A111, A10 and A24 direction Hamburg. Switch to A19 direction Rostock. See also instructions in the car section below. Total distance to the conference venue is about 230km and the drive takes about 2.5 hours.
Airport Berlin Schönefeld (SXF)
Airport Berlin Schönefeld (SXF, distance about 260km) connects to all major airports worldwide. If you fly via Berlin, you should prefer Airport Tegel which offers better connections to Rostock. Transfer from Airport Berlin Schönefeld to Rostock:
- Train: Trains to Rostock Main Station are operated by Deutsche Bahn from Berlin Main Station. There are regional trains going from the airport to Berlin main station. From Rostock Main Station you can take the city train ("S-Bahn") to Rostock-Warnemünde and then walk to the workshop hotel. There are fast connections (total journey airport to Warnemünde about 4 hours) every two hours for about 50 Euros.
- Bus: Long-distance coaches start at car park P3, directly in front of Terminal B. Flixbus is operating a service from this airport to Rostock central bus station (ZOB). From there you can walk to Rostock Main Station (5 minutes) and take the city train ("S-Bahn") to Rostock-Warnemünde.
- Rental Car: Cars can be rented from sevaral companies. Follow A10 and A24 direction Hamburg. Switch to A19 direction Rostock. See also instructions in the car section below. Total distance to the conference venue is about 300km and the drive takes about 3 hours.
There are the following ferry connections to/from Rostock:
- Gedser / Denmark (operated by Scandlines)
- Trelleborg / Sweden (operated by TT-Line)
- Trelleborg / Sweden (operated by Stena Line)
Train / Railways
There are a lot of trains to Rostock Main Station, operated by Deutsche Bahn. For local transport to Rostock-Warnemünde see below.
Bus / Long-distance coaches
Long-distance coaches to Rostock city (Main Station / ZOB; for local transport see below) and Rostock-Warnemünde are operated by Flixbus from various German and other European cities.
There are motorways to Hamburg (A20 / A1), Lübeck (A20), Berlin (A19) and Szczecin/Poland (A20). From motorway A20 there is a direct connection to Rostock-Warnemünde (A20, exit 14 "Rostock West"; follow B103).
Local transport from Main Station / ZOB to the Workshop Venue
From Rostock Main Station / ZOB you can go to Rostock-Warnemünde by city train ("S-Bahn") or taxi (about 30 minutes drive). From Warnemünde train station you may walk to the workshop venue "Hotel Neptun". Total walking distance is about 1 km and takes 15–20 minutes.
- Programme Innomar Workshop Seabed Acoustics 2017
- Flyer Innomar Seabed Acoustics 2017
- Call for Papers Seabed Acoustics 2017