IEEE OES is pleased to provide five young investigator grants to students and Postdocs to support participation in the IEEE/OES ELEVENTH CURRENT, WAVES AND TURBULENCE MEASUREMENT WORKSHOP (CWTM).
Student Grant Awardees:
Congratulations to the student and Postdoc grant recipients. Each awardee receives free registration and $1000 toward travel expenses* (transportation and hotel). The awardees are:
Daniel Ellis, University of California Santa Barbara, "Improved Methods to Calculate Depth-Resolved Velocities from Glider-Mounted ADCPs".
Mathew Archer, RSMAS, Uni. of Miami, "Evaluation of Wave Height and Current Velocity Measurements from High Frequency Radar using an In-situ Subsurface Mooring".
Elizabeth Livermont, Stevens Institute of Technology, "Trends and Changes in the NDBC Wave Records of the U.S. East Coast".
Hanna Torrens-Spence, Queen's University Belfast, "Current and Turbulence Measurement with Collocated ADP, ADV and Turbulence Profiler Data".
Suren Vasilyan, TU Ilmenu, Germany, "Direct force compensation on Lorentz force flowmeters for electrolyte flow measurements".
*Grant recipients please remember that to be reimbursed for your travel expenses (up to $1000) you must:
Submit your paper by Friday, January 16, 2014
Present your paper at the workshop and
Submit a receipt for your expenses to Judy Rizoli at the on-site registration desk or by email within 1 week after the workshop to email@example.com.