Feb 8, 2017 -- Abstracts of papers for presentation at the International Federation of Hydrographic Societies’ (IFHS) 25th symposium and exhibition to be held in Rotterdam aboard the locally-berthed former cruiseship, SS Rotterdam, from 13-16 November are now required by organisers of the event representing individual members and organisations throughout Belgium and the Netherlands, The Hydrographic Society Benelux (HSB).
Expected to attract a worldwide audience drawn from all sectors of the hydrographic and associated professions, main conference proceedings will include a dedicated session for student and graduate presentations together with contributions from developing countries. Supporting functions include a major exhibition of equipment and services in addition to specialist workshops and on-water demonstrations.
Featuring further prospective connections between the hydrographic world and adjacent disciplines, prinicipal conference issues will be wide-ranging. Key topics include Data Processing, Management & Integration, Cost-Effective Solutions, Geophysics, Subsea Surveying, Dredging & Offshore Uses, Marine Renewables, Hydrodynamics, Oceanography, Education & Training, and Future of the Hydrographic Profession.
Abstracts of up to 300 words on any of the designated topics or related issues are required by 1 March and should be forwarded to Email Contact. Accepted authors will be notified before the end of April.
Further general details on Hydro17, which will be the third such event to be staged by The Hydrographic Society Benelux in Rotterdam, are at www.hydro17.com.