This conference will focus on underwater acoustic measurements,
the applied technologies and the results obtained. As many theoretical
and computational predictions are available in the field of underwater
acoustics, and as several important experimental studies ranging
from model scale tests in laboratories to full scale tests at sea
have been performed over the past or are planned to take place in
the near future, it is timely to review the whole field of underwater
acoustic measurements. This shall not exclude inputs from theoretical
or computational underwater acoustics, but emphasis of this conference
will be on underwater acoustic measurements.
Tuesday 28th June through Friday 1st July 2005
The conference will be held at Foundation for Research and Technology
- HELLAS, Heraklion, Crete, Greece.
Professor John. S. Papadakis, F.O.R.T.H., Crete.
Professor Leif Bjørnø,
RESON A/S, Denmark.
of Crete. (Greece)
University of Gdansk. (Poland)
Society of America. (USA)
Physical Laboratory, Scripps. (USA)
of Naval Research (USA)
of Naval Research - Global, London. (UK)
by leading international manufacturers of state-of-the-art technologies,
equipment and services for underwater acoustic measurements, surveys
and control of underwater processes will be arranged in the central
area of the conference space. As the conference participants include
several decision makers in exploitation of underwater acoustics,
the exhibition forms a very important opportunity for manufacturers
of hard- and software and for providers of consulting and scientific
services to meet with their customers.
Scientists and engineers from universities, research institutes,
government organizations and industry dealing with aspects of underwater
acoustics. Representatives for naval material commands and procurement
offices. The conference will provide a forum for exchange of recent
research results, for discussion of future challenges in implementation
and application of underwater acoustic technologies, and the conference
will display the latest advances in instrumentation.