Event news

Event news items are listed below.

You may be interested in the Marine Life talks.


The NOC's Marine Autonomy and Technology Showcase returns in November 2018

MATS speakers

Year of Autonomy workshop – ‘Societal Acceptance’ hosted by ASV Global

C-Enduro autonomous surface vehicle

The finale to the series of Year of Autonomy workshops will focus upon the factors that affect the acceptance of autonomous robotic systems within society, both now and in the future. The programme, hosted by ASV Global, will feature speakers from across industry, academia and government, each sharing their insights and observations.

NOC at SubSea Expo 2018, Aberdeen 7-9 February

See us on Stand 62 and Speaking at 14:00 on 7 February

The NOC is a world leading centre in ocean modelling and the forecasting of shelf sea dynamics.

National Oceanography Centre at Oceanology International 2018

Oceanology International 2018 logo
The NOC is returning to Oceanology International in 2018 at London Excel (13-15 March 2018) with two exhibition stands and we are participating in a number of conference sessions which are listed below. This page will be updated as NOC speakers and details are confirmed.
 

Ready to work in space – speed networking event

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be part of the UK’s space industry or for your company to work in downstream space applications then ‘Ready to Work in Space’ is an event not to be missed.

NOC Southampton Open Day 2018

NOC Open Day 2018

Regstration for the 2018 event is now open. Register here.

A FREE day of fun learning about the science and technology development taking place at Southampton's National Oceanography Centre.

NOC presenting at the 13th Appleton Space Conference

RAL Space building

First UK Microfluidics for Analytical Chemistry Conference – 1 February 2018

NOC at UnEarthed

The NOC will be participating in a massive free public interactive science showcase in Edinburgh in November. UnEarthed, which is being organised by the Natural Environment Research Council, will give families and adults the opportunity to explore the tools used to make science happen, and see the extraordinary work of UK scientists.

Wind, Wave and Sea Level Information from Satellites Workshop – Mozambique

Mozambique has significant coastal populations whose lives and economic security are vulnerable to the consequences of climate variability and change. The coast is highly exposed to storm surges, and coastal ecosystems are sensitive to climate change.