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Student Posters


The Student Poster Program and Competition has been an integral and important part of the OCEANS Conferences since 1989. The program is designed to foster and promote student involvement in technical societies and conferences and to provide a forum for students to interact with marine professionals. It is open to engineering and science graduate and undergraduate students of any tertiary level university or college worldwide.


The student Poster Competition has been a long standing part of the OCEANS Conferences. Its purpose is to:

  1. Foster and promote Student involvement in Technical Conferences.
  2. Provide a forum at technical conferences for students to interact on a one-on-one basis with conferences attendees.
  3. Provide contacts for future employment opportunities.

Those students accepted for the Student Poster Program will receive;

  1. Complementary full conference registration.
  2. A travel allowance.
  3. Inclusion of the paper describing the work in the Conference Proceedings and in the IEEE Xplore digital library.


The program is supported by a grant from the Office of Naval Research Global.

The posters will be judged by a panel of judges and prizes will be awarded in Gala Dinner at Expo 2012 Yeosu. The posters will be on display in the Exhibition area throughout the OCEANS Conference. Students will be at their posters during breaks and free periods. You are invited and encouraged to view the posters and talk with the students.


The roster of students and poster titles are:

Title Presenter
Robust Broad-Scale Benthic Habitat Mapping when Training Data is Scarce Mr. Nasir Ahsan
Wave Information by Precise Velocity measurement using GPS Buoy Mr. Go Akiyoshi
Temporal-Spatial Analysis of Chlorophyll Concentration Associated with Dust and Wind Characteristics in the Arabian Gulf Ms. Maryam Al Shehhi
Time Reversal Precoder: An Efficient Tool for more Reliable Underwater Acoustic Communication Ms. Sharbari Banerjee
Impact of a Wave Farm on its Local Grid: Voltage Limits, Flicker Level and Power Fluctuations Ms. Anne Blavette
Analysis of Heavy Metals in Marine Sediment using a Portable X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer Onboard an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Mr. Jeremy Breen
Sea surface radar backscatter simulation based on eigenvector decomposition Ms. Bo WANG
Application of Optimal Interpolation to Vertical Current Data in the Ieo Island of Korea Using Unstructured Grid Ocean Numerical Model (FVCOM) Mr. Bon-Ho Gu
Algorithm Design for Detection and Tracking of Multiple Targets Using FMCW Radar Miss Dan-bee Hong
Structural evolution of the Sora/North Sora Sub-Basins, South Sea, Korea Ms. Yirang Jang
Effects of tide in oil spill prediction during Hebei spirit accident in Korea Mr. Chang-sin Kim
Long range propagation modeling of offshore wind turbine noise using Finite Element and Parabolic Equation models Mr. Huikwan Kim
Sea surface temperature trends in the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea  Mr. Peeravit Koad
Definition and application of a Quality Estimator for multibeam echosounders Mr. Yoann Ladroit
Velocity Measurement by Dual Time Interval Pulse-to-Pulse Coherent Doppler Sonar Mr. Peng Liu
Spherical Array Superdirective Beamforming based on Spherical Harmonic Decomposition of the Soundfield Mr. Yukang Liu
Integrated MCM missions using heterogeneous fleets of AUVs Mr. Francesco Maurelli
Model Predictive Control of an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle in an in situ Estimated Water Current Profile Mr. Lashika Medagoda
Object Detection and Tracking for Autonomous Underwater Robots Using Weighted Template Matching Mr. Donghoon Kim
Ocean bottom geoacoustic characterization using surface ship noise of opportunity  Mr. Qunyan REN
Pose Estimation and Trajectory Derivation from Underwater Imagery Mr. Anuj Sehgal
High frequency RF based non-contact underwater communication Jianguang Shi
Simulation of non-white and non-Gaussian underwater ambient noise Mr. Federico Traverso
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