Student Projects 2017 – Supported Projects
Many thanks to all participants who applied for our student research project 2017. We received proposals to utilize our SES-2000 compact system from students all over Europe. The range of applications covered marine archaeology, hydrography, geology, tectonics and habitat detection of buried objects.
It was not an easy task to decide for just three proposals to be supported and we tried to pick projects with different science questions, scopes and environments:
- "Fluid flow and escape in the Malta Plateau" Daniel Cunarro Otero, University of Malta, Malta
- "SALAMIS Project: A momentous naval battle" Nikos Georgiou, University of Patras, Greece
- "Parametric echosounder SES-2000 compact measurements of reflections from buried object sounding pulses – their recognizability and visualization" Wojciech Szymczak, Polish Naval Academy, Poland
We wish all applicants success in their research work and look forward to the results and presentation of the best project during Innomar's user conference "Seabed Acoustics 2017" in November.
- 30/09/2017 submission of report