Agenda

February 21–24, 2017 | Scripps Seaside Forum, La Jolla, CA

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Day 1, Tuesday, Feb 21

8:00 am

Breakfast

8:30 am

SIO welcome – M. Leinen (Director, SIO)

8:40 am

NOPP welcome – R. Beach (ONR)

8:50 am

An abridged history of ALPS and meeting objectives – D. Rudnick (SIO)
36 MB Keynote; 3.8 MB pdf

9:15 am

Biogeochemical sensors for autonomous, Lagrangian platforms: Current status, future directions – K. Johnson (MBARI)
22 MB PowerPoint

9:45 am

Break

10:15 am

Profiling floats for regional and global applications – D. Roemmich, N. Zilberman (SIO), S. Jayne, (WHOI)
160 MB PowerPoint

10:45 am

Underwater gliders – C. Lee (UW)
117 MB PowerPoint

11:15.am

Autonomous Underwater Vehicles in the 21st Century: Smaller, smarter, faster, longer range and more versatile – R. Wynn (NOC, UK)
Zipped folder of 304 MB PowerPoint and videos

11:45 am

Lunch

1:00 pm

Autonomous Surface Vessels and Drifters: Advancements, challenges and learning from each other – C. Meinig (NOAA/PMEL), L. Centurioni (SIO)
48 MB PowerPoint

1:30 pm

In-situ observations from tagged animals – F. Roquet (Stockholm University)
61 MB PowerPoint

2:00 pm

Measuring the ocean and air-sea interactions with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles – B. Reineman (SIO)
Zipped folder with 390 MB Keynote and related .mp4 and .mov videos; 45.8 MB pdf

2:30 pm

Break

3:00 pm

Breakouts

4:00 pm

Reports

5:00 pm

Adjourn for day

Day 2, Wednesday, Feb 22

8:00 am

Breakfast

8:30 am

Reports

9:00 am

Ocean physics from autonomous and Lagrangian platforms and sensors – A. Gray (Princeton)
2.5 MB pdf

9:30 am

Ocean biogeochemistry from autonomous platforms – M. Estapa (Skidmore)
46 MB PowerPoint

10:00 am

Advances, challenges and opportunities for autonomous biological observations and experiments – M.J. Perry (U. Maine)
29 MB PowerPoint

10:30 am

Break

11:00 am

Breakouts

12:00.pm

Lunch

1:00 pm

Carbon dioxide system measurements from ALPS – T. Martz (SIO)
38 MB PowerPoint

1:30 pm

Autonomous and Lagrangian studies of coastal and boundary current systems – R. Todd (WHOI)
76 MB Keynote; 18.4 MB pdf

2:00 pm

Ice-based observing – M.-L. Timmermans (Yale)
65 MB PowerPoint

2:30 pm

Break

3:00 pm

Breakouts

4:00 pm

Reports

5:00–7:00.pm

Reception

Day 3, Thursday, Feb 23

8:00 am

Breakfast

8:30 am

Reports

9:00 am

Use of acoustics for sensing, navigation and communications on autonomous ocean platforms – L. Freitag (WHOI)
5 MB PowerPoint

9:30 am

Autonomous sampling in ocean process studies – E. D’Asaro (UW)
128.7 MB PowerPoint

10:00.am

ALPS for managing Living Marine Resources – T. Garfield (NOAA/SWFSC)
90 MB PowerPoint

10:30 am

Break

11:00 am

Breakouts

12:00 pm

Lunch

1:00 pm

ALPS in state estimation and forecasting frameworks: A survey of science applications, error quantifications,
and observing network design – A. Nguyen (UT)
5 MB PowerPoint

1:30 pm

Mission planning and control for autonomous and Lagrangian platforms – Y. Chao (RSS)
70.3 MB PowerPoint

2:00 pm

Using autonomous systems to entrain the next generation of scientists – O. Schofield (Rutgers)
105 MB PowerPoint

2:30 pm

Break

3:00 pm

Breakouts

4:00 pm

Reports

5:00 pm

Adjourn for day

Day 4, Friday, Feb 24

8:00 am

Breakfast

8:30 am

Reports

9:00 am

Discussion, next steps

11:00.am

Adjourn meeting