Seiche Training is holding two underwater acoustics courses in association with University of Bath, UK, and CPD-recognized by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology.
The first course is UNDERWATER ACOUSTICS IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, on March 30 through April 1, 2016, in Stockholm, Sweden. This three-day course equips delegates with a thorough knowledge of the fundamentals of underwater acoustics. It then focuses on developing clear, quantitative understanding of the issues involved in the impact of acoustics on marine wildlife. The following topics will be covered: ocean environments, noise propagation models, sound field modelling, methods of assessment, impacts of noise on marine life, mitigation, environmental regulations and Environmental Impact Assessments, fisheries, JNCC guidelines and emerging studies and technologies across this field.
This course will be taught by leading research professors and experts Dr Paul Lepper and Professor Victor Humphrey.
This course is intended for regulators, environmental consultants, researchers and policy/environmental professionals within industry. It will be particularly useful in providing a better understanding of reports that delegates either have to deliver or receive from clients.
The second course is UNDERWATER ACOUSTICS AND SONAR SYSTEMS, on March 30 through April 2, 2016, in Stockholm, Sweden. This four day intensive course in underwater acoustics is intended for engineers and scientists, particularly within industry. The first part of the course covers the principles of underwater acoustics. This is followed by advanced modules on underwater sound sources with a key emphasis on sonar, seismic imaging, seismic sources and seismic data.
Dr Philippe Blondel, Professor Victor Humphrey and Dr Peter Dobbins are the key lecturers for this course.
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