National Physical Laboratory

The 61st Marine Measurement Forum (MMF)

Date:
24 May 2018
Description:

This Marine Measurement Forum (MMF) meeting will include a series of presentations relating to a variety of topics around the area of measurement for the marine environment. As always, there will be plenty of opportunities for both networking and sharing ideas throughout the day.

NPL is the UK's National Measurement Institute and its expertise in measurement covers a range of different disciplines – from underwater acoustics and medical ultrasound, to quantum mechanics and ionising radiation.

During the day there will be an opportunity to view NPL's facilities and capabilities.

The MMF is a series of one-day, non-profit-making events that provide opportunities for the informal exchange of ideas, knowledge, techniques and developments across an extensive range of marine scientific measurement activities. Attendees typically include: scientists, surveyors, engineers and business people from a variety of organisations; including: research centres, academia, manufacturers, survey companies, consultants, monitoring authorities, dredging companies, port authorities, oil companies and societies.

Find out more about the MMF


Call for Speakers

We are actively seeking speakers for this event on topics relating to measurements in the marine environment.

Presentations will be of 15 minutes duration, with four minutes for Q&A.

If you would like to give a presentation, please send a title and short summary (max 250 words) to Nick Crawford by no later than Friday 23 March 2018.


Exhibitor information

There is the opportunity to have a table-top exhibition stand. Dimensions of table-top are 150 cm x 75 cm. Please note there is limited capacity of up to six exhibition stands, so please register early to secure a stand.

Venue:

NPL, Teddington

Cost:

£50

Registration:

Register online

Contact:

events@npl.co.uk

Web:

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