SUT-US Upcoming Events
Proceeds generated from SUT-US events help support our learning programs.
THIS WEEK: Virtual Networking Event
Join us for the last virtual networking event of the year hosted by the SUT-US Young Professionals Group.
Our guest speakers Dr. Ajay Shastri, Professional at Geosyntec Consultants will present “Challenges and Solutions to Installing Large Mudmat Foundation,” and Dr. Olusola Komolafe, Project Engineer at Fugro, will share with us her experience in geotechnical site investigation “From field to data.”
Registration to this event is FREE.
THIS WEEK: Marine Energy Research New Facilities Applications -US Facilities Only
Become a member of the Testing Expertise and Access for Marine Energy Research (TEAMER) Facility Network.
The TEAMER Facility Network consists of the top tier of marine energy testing and expertise facilities in the United States.
Facilities are classified into four categories:
Applications for new testing facilities (US ONLY) closes on December 4th.
Webinar: High-resolution digital surface modeling for geological insight from the deep blue sea to the largest volcano in our solar system
High-resolution digital surface modeling (HRDSM) is a powerful tool to help understand geomorphological processes and products in settings ranging from the seafloor to extraterrestrial planetary surfaces.
This webinar is presented by Dr. William C. Haneberg, Research Professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Kentucky, and will highlight ongoing HRDSM work at the Kentucky Geological Survey's Digital Earth Analysis Lab.
TEAMER Request for Funding Applications - Round 2
US and International organizations can apply to a Testing Expertise and Access for Marine Energy Research (TEAMER) for Technical Support.
Applicants are required to discuss the feasibility of their proposed assistance, as well as timelines and availability, with facility managers, to ensure their projects are within the facility’s capabilities.
Applications for funding request closes on December 18th.
Webinar: Autonomous Survey Vehicles: Where we are and where we are going
The idea of autonomy is not new. Remote controlled vehicles led to the first autonomous car prototypes in the early 1900’s, but over the past 20 years the dream of science fiction stories has become a functional reality. Autonomous Survey Vehicles (ASVs) are becoming increasingly more popular across multiple industries, from defense and research to fisheries and renewables. Technological advancements in shrinking hardware has made it possible for autonomous platforms to decrease in size and carry more sensors.
This presentation presented by Terrasond's Technical Manager, Christopher McHugh, will discuss how ASVs are used in the industry, the challenges they currently face and where they are going when they do.
SUT-US Online Engineering Competition
The Society for Underwater Technology in the U.S. (SUT-US) is hosting an online engineering competition for 1) college students competing with other college student, graduate and undergraduate students, and 2) young professionals with 0 to 3 years of professional experience.
The contestants can choose from a diverse selection of problems including:
Source: National Oceanography Centre
Marine Autonomous Systems Technical Conference
The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) has hosted conferences focused on marine autonomy for more than a decade, next year the reach will be extended to the SUT-US Branch. The goal of the conference is to bring together energy industry executives and engineers, with marine technologists, government stakeholders, and research scientists, to provide a 1-day update on the history, status, uses and future of autonomous systems, sensors and AI, in the offshore environment. The conference program will close with a panel discussion focused on future advances that are likely to be of value to the offshore energy industry.
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Upcoming Events 2020
|Oct 21 - Dec 18||TEAMER Request for Funding Applications - Round 2|
|Dec 10, Thu||High-resolution digital surface modeling for geological insight from the deep blue sea to the largest volcano in our solar system|
Upcoming Events 2021
|Jan 11 - Feb 8||Online Engineering Competition|
|Jan 12, Tue||Autonomous Survey Vehicles: Where we are and where we are going|
|Mar 31, Wed||Marine Autonomous Systems Conference|
Membership available for students, individuals and corporations