We are soliciting papers, case studies, and participation from researchers, engineers, military officers, and managers. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Advances and issues in wave measurement technologies
  • Accessibility and presentation of wave-relevant information for scientists, engineers, and managers
  • Development of a wave modeling framework to protect life and save property
  • Documented impacts of waves on operations, property, and natural resources.

Download templates: Submit materials to: oceanwaves@uno.edu

Abstracts due: Sept. 16, 2019
Papers due: Sept. 30, 2019
Final materials due: Oct. 14, 2019

Four abstracts will be selected for presentation. All abstracts and papers will be published in final proceedings along with workshop notes.

Presentations and discussions will be conducted at the UNO Earl K. Long Library, Rm 407.

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Introduction and Opening Comments
Posters
Session 1 - Advances and issues in wave measurement technologies
Session 2 - Accessibility and presentation of wave-relevant information for scientists, engineers, and managers
Session 3 - Development of a wave modeling framework to protect life and save property
Session 4 - Documented impacts of waves on operations, property, and natural resources