Call for Papers for Special Issues “Marine Sensing” on Sensors

Call for Papers for Special Issues “Marine Sensing” on Sensors

The oceans cover 71% of the Earth’s surface, 95% are unexplored. Oceans contain 99% of the living space on the planet, yet less than 10% of it has been explored thus far. Ocean exploitation and utilization are closely related to human survival and development, from the long-term impact on global climate change and large-scale phenomena, such as hurricanes, to sustainable development of ocean resources and ecosystems, and to sensitive issues in defense and security. Today, ocean research is widely enhanced by marine sensing technologies, including in situ sampling on buoys, floats, underwater vehicles, integrated sensor networks, and observatories, as well as remote sensing, such as airborne and satellite remote sensing (both active and passive). However, how to intelligently sense the ocean still poses numerous challenges. This Special Issue aims to bring together members of the industrial and scientific communities, to identify challenges confronted in ocean exploration and understanding, share and exchange novel ideas in developing future marine sensing technologies and applications, and investigate new technologies for solving key problems in marine sensing.

March 2017

Organization of the Special Session: Marine Sensing in ICNSC2017

We are organizing the special session on marine sensing in the 14th IEEE International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control (ICNSC2017), which will be held May 16–18, 2017, Calabria, Southern Italy. See more information:

15 Jan 2017

Inaugural of the Joint Lab of Intellisensing

A ceremony for the inaugural of The Joint Intellisensing Lab was held at the College of Information Technology, Shanghai Ocean University (SHOU) on 29 November 29 2016, in the presence of the Vice-Chancellor of SHOU Yanchen Li, the Director of Human Resources Department of SHOU Yuan Yu, the Dean of the College of Information Technology Dongmei Huang, and many teachers and students from the College of Information Technology SHOU.

Shanghai Ocean University
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