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The Ocean Waves Workshop brings together scientists, engineers and managers to present results and ideas related to the use of wave buoys, models and information to support at-sea operations.

Ocean Waves Workshop 2019
The 2019 Ocean Waves Workshop will be held in Room 407 of the Earl K. Long Library at the University of New Orleans on Thursday, October 17th. If you or your organization would like to be involved in helping to plan or sponsor this upcoming event, please contact workshop planners at oceanwaves@uno.edu. Sponsorship is the financial or in-kind support of this biennial workshop, which is primarily focused on recent advances and issues in operational oceanography.

Browse the proceedings of the Ocean Waves Workshops:

Ocean Waves Workshop 2011
The Ocean Waves Workshop brought together scientists, engineers and managers to present results and ideas related to the use of wave buoys, models and information to support operations on ocean waves. Sponsors for the workshop included the University of New Orleans, Marine Information Resources Corporation and AXYS Technologies, Inc.
Ocean Waves Workshop 2013
The Ocean Waves Workshop focused on methods used to provide operators with wave information aimed toward saving lives and protecting property. The workshop featured presentations about wave buoys, the WAVe-Current-surge Information System, wave energy conversion, and data management. Sponsors for the workshop included the University of New Orleans, Marine Information Resources Corporation and AXYS Technologies, Inc.
Ocean Waves Workshop 2015
The 2015 Ocean Waves Workshop explored recent advances in using wave information to assess sediment transport, allowed participants to share and discuss lessons learned and scenarios encountered that relate to waves, tides, storm surge, and nearshore currents, and served as a a forum for scientists, engineers, and managers to explore the issues relevant to waves.
Ocean Waves Workshop 2017
The Ocean Waves Workshop brought together scientists, engineers and managers to present results and ideas related to the use of wave buoys, models and information that support the marine science and technology industry. Sponsors for the workshop included the University of New Orleans, Marine Information Resources Corporation and Integral Consulting Inc.