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Monday, January 11
 

3:00pm CET

GEBCO Week and MtG Symposium Opening and Keynotes
Welcome to GEBCO Week and Map the Gaps Symposium. This is an annual event focused exclusively on bathymetry around the globe, large lakes and the technologies, policies and trends that support them.

GEBCO, started in 1921, is a project run under the auspices of UNESCO and IHO with a charge to collect, collate and publish the best possible comprehensive grid of ocean floor data.  Map the Gaps, started in 2019, is a non-profit organization that brings together ocean mapping professionals to support ocean mapping missions and encourage outreach and growth in the community.  

Moderators
avatar for Tim Kearns

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System

Speakers
PD

Pierre-Yves Dupuy

Director, SHOM - Public Services and International Relations
avatar for Dr Vladimir Ryabinin

Dr Vladimir Ryabinin

Executive Secretary, IOC - UNESCO


Monday January 11, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm CET
  Keynote

4:00pm CET

MtG Symposium: UN Decade of Ocean Science
Proclaimed in 2017 by the United Nations General Assembly, the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030) seeks to stimulate ocean science and knowledge generation to reverse the decline of the state of the ocean system and catalyse new opportunities for sustainable development of the ocean and its ressources. The Ocean Decade provides a convening framework for scientists and stakeholders from diverse sectors to develop the scientific knowledge and the partnerships needed to accelerate and harness advances in ocean science to achieve a better understanding of the ocean system, and deliver science-based solutions to achieve the 2030 Agenda. A key challenge identified in the Decade Implementation Plan focuses on the development of a comprehensive digital representation of the ocean, including a dynamic ocean map, which provides free and open access for exploring, discovering, and visualizing past, current, and future ocean conditions in a manner relevant to diverse stakeholders.

The Session will focus on the challenges and opportunities the Decade offers in term of dramatically scaling up the way we collect and share ocean data, expand our global coverage through cooperation, invest in exploration of the sea floor through innovative multi-stakeholder partnerships, and grow the scientific capacity of all nations to collect, manage, analyze, and use ocean bathymetric data through mapping applications for better stewardship of ocean resources.

Moderators
avatar for Julian Barbiere

Julian Barbiere

Head, Marine Policy and Regional Implementation Section, UNESCO - IOC
I am working in a UN organization focusing on the application of ocean science and observation to ocean management issues. One of our key objective is to assist countries to put in place sustainable ocean policies.

Speakers
avatar for Larry Mayer

Larry Mayer

Co-Head of Seabed 2030 Arctic and North Pacific Ocean Regional Center
Advancing ocean mapping goals through the Ocean Decade
avatar for HE Michael Lodge

HE Michael Lodge

Secretary General, International Seabed Authority
Topic: Mapping the Area – Needs for deep sea research and mineral explorationShort Bio:M.W. Lodge has been re-elected as Secretary-General of ISA in November 2020 after a first mandate as head of the Organization. With more than 30 years of experience as a public international lawyer... Read More →
avatar for Sturla Henriksen

Sturla Henriksen

Special Advisor, Ocean, United Nations Global Compact
Topic: The contribution of the private sector in ocean mappingShort Bio:Mr. Henriksen was CEO of the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association from 2008 to 2017. Prior to this, he served as partner/senior executive at Accenture Management Consulting. In addition to ten years of experience... Read More →
avatar for Sean Cullen

Sean Cullen

Head of Marine and Coastal Unit, Geological Survey Ireland
Ocean mapping applications for ocean management/marine spatial planning purpose.
avatar for Lucy Scott

Lucy Scott

Data and Science Coordinator for the UNDP GEF, Agulhas & Somali Current Large Marine Ecosystems (ASCLME)


Monday January 11, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm CET
  Presentations

6:00pm CET

GEBCO Working Group: TSCOM Session 1
Moderators
avatar for Thierry Schmitt

Thierry Schmitt

Bathymetry Specialist, SHOM - France
Thierry Schmitt has worked in the field of marine geospatial information both at offshore and onshore at CIDCO, Ifremer for over 15 years. Now at the French Hydrographic Office (Shom) he focuses his expertise on bathymetry. His work involves the development of procedures and best... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Federica Foglini

Federica Foglini

Researcher, CNR - ISMAR
Topic: Update on GEBCO Metadata Working Group
avatar for Karen Marks

Karen Marks

Geophysicist, NOAA - STAR NESDIS
Topic: Update on GEBCO Cookbook Working Group
avatar for Helen Snaith

Helen Snaith

Head of Seabed 2030 Global Center
Topic: Update on GEBCO website
avatar for Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson

Data Manager, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping - University of New Hampshire
Topic: GEBCO Grid Reviewing App


Monday January 11, 2021 6:00pm - 8:00pm CET
  Meeting/ Discussion
 
Tuesday, January 12
 

4:00pm CET

MtG Symposium: Autonomous Mapping Technology
Mapping the ocean floor using conventional ships with echosounder and crew onboard takes a lot of resources and somehow can impose hazard to human at sea - giving way to the development of autonomous mapping.

This session highlights some innovative and state-of-the-art autonomous mapping technology, and projects that used autonomous systems for gathering oceanographic data.

Moderators
avatar for Tim Kearns

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System

Speakers
avatar for Yi Chao

Yi Chao

Founder and CEO, Seatrec, Inc.
Seatrec has developed a thermal energy system that can be attached to autonomous profiling floats.  With this additional energy from unlimited renewable source associated with the temperature difference in the ocean, there is a possibility to attach a relatively low power single... Read More →
avatar for Ken Childress

Ken Childress

Chief Operations Officer, Terradepth, Inc.
Terradepth is developing a concept of operations based on a unique marine vehicle to efficiently survey the ocean, its contents, and the seafloor. The development covers design, production and operation groups of two or more Autonomous Hybrid Vehicles (AxV) of a single design capable... Read More →
avatar for Brian Connon

Brian Connon

VP, Ocean Mapping, Saildrone
Saildrone Surveyor - A New Era in Ocean Mapping Begins At 22 meters (72 feet), the Saildrone Surveyor is the world’s largest, most advanced uncrewed vehicle, specially designed and equipped for autonomous high-resolution ocean mapping down to 7,000 meters, and, can stay at sea for... Read More →
avatar for Duncan Mallace

Duncan Mallace

Chief Strategy Officer, XOCEAN
avatar for Anthony DiMare

Anthony DiMare

CEO & Co-Founder, Bedrock Ocean Exploration, PBC
Leading Bedrock's technology-centric effort to fully map and explore our oceans.


Tuesday January 12, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm CET
  Presentations

6:00pm CET

GEBCO Working Group: SCOPE Session 1
Moderators
avatar for Hyo Sung

Hyo Sung

Ewha Womans University
I am the chairman of SCOPE. I look forward to your constructive opinion and participation in GEBCO's communication and outreach activities.

Speakers
avatar for Eunmi Chang

Eunmi Chang

adjunct professor, University of Seoul
avatar for Tim Kearns

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System


Tuesday January 12, 2021 6:00pm - 8:00pm CET
  Meeting/ Discussion

10:00pm CET

GEBCO Working Group: SCRUM Session 1
Speakers
avatar for Vicki Ferrini

Vicki Ferrini

Head of Seabed 2030 Atlantic and Indian Oceans Regional Center
My research and work focuses on geoinformatics and seafloor mapping, and I work on several projects in this space including the Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS, https://www.marine-geo.org) and the Global Multi-Resolution Topography (GMRT) Synthesis (https://www.gmrt.org), and... Read More →
avatar for Aileen Bohan

Aileen Bohan

Geologist/Hydrographer, INFOMAR, Geological Survey Ireland
avatar for Martin Jakobsson

Martin Jakobsson

Professor, Stockholm University
Ocean Frontier Mapping
avatar for Boris Dorschel

Boris Dorschel

Head of Seabed 2030 Southern Ocean Regional Center
avatar for Cecilia Cortina-Guzman

Cecilia Cortina-Guzman

Cartographer, Navy Officer, SEMAR
avatar for Kim Picard

Kim Picard

Marine Geoscientist, Geoscience Australia
AusSeabed
avatar for Serge Lévesque

Serge Lévesque

Technical Advisor, Canadian Hydrographic Service
avatar for Hugo Montoro

Hugo Montoro

Captain, Hydrographer, Independent Consultant


Tuesday January 12, 2021 10:00pm - Wednesday January 13, 2021 12:00am CET
  Meeting/ Discussion
 
Wednesday, January 13
 

3:00pm CET

MtG Symposium: Seabed 2030 Progress & Update
The Nippon Foundation - GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project started in year 2017 with the aim to produce a definitive map of the world ocean floor by year 2030 that will be available to everyone. The project has global and regional data centers working together to gather all available bathymetric data, identify where there the data gaps are and support ocean floor mapping activities.

This session highlights the updates and progress of the Seabed 2030 Project to be given by the Project Director and the Data Center Managers.

Moderators
avatar for Jaya Roperez

Jaya Roperez

Convener of the MtG Symposium

Speakers
avatar for Jamie McMichael-Phillips

Jamie McMichael-Phillips

Director of The Nippon Foundation - GEBCO Seabed2030 Project
avatar for Helen Snaith

Helen Snaith

Head of Seabed 2030 Global Center
Topic: Update on GEBCO website
avatar for Kevin Mackay

Kevin Mackay

Head of Seabed 2030 South and West Pacific Ocean Regional Center
avatar for Vicki Ferrini

Vicki Ferrini

Head of Seabed 2030 Atlantic and Indian Oceans Regional Center
My research and work focuses on geoinformatics and seafloor mapping, and I work on several projects in this space including the Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS, https://www.marine-geo.org) and the Global Multi-Resolution Topography (GMRT) Synthesis (https://www.gmrt.org), and... Read More →
avatar for Larry Mayer

Larry Mayer

Co-Head of Seabed 2030 Arctic and North Pacific Ocean Regional Center
Advancing ocean mapping goals through the Ocean Decade
avatar for Boris Dorschel

Boris Dorschel

Head of Seabed 2030 Southern Ocean Regional Center
avatar for Martin Jakobsson

Martin Jakobsson

Co-Head of Seabed 2030 Arctic and North Pacific Ocean Regional Center


Wednesday January 13, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm CET
  Presentations

4:00pm CET

MtG Symposium: Regional Mapping Initiatives
Each coastal state needs to map its maritime territory primarily for safety of navigation and later on was realized vital to support decision-makers and law-makers and maritime security.

This session shall highlight mapping initiatives in a bigger scale and using the data for science, research and education, in addition to the aforementioned.

Moderators
avatar for Jaya Roperez

Jaya Roperez

Convener of the MtG Symposium

Speakers
avatar for Diana Krawczyk

Diana Krawczyk

Scientist, Greenland Climate Research Centre
In Greenland, which is highly economically dependent on marine resources, knowledge of the marine seafloor environment and habitats is largely incomplete and much needed. In the light of this need, the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources in Nuuk has equipped the research vessels... Read More →
avatar for Rear Admiral Shepard Smith

Rear Admiral Shepard Smith

Director, NOAA - Office of Coast Survey
An overview of the National Ocean Mapping, Exploration, and Characterization Strategy, the US framework for mapping US waters.  
avatar for Dagoberto David-Viteri

Dagoberto David-Viteri

Advisor for Hydrography and Cartography of Dirección General Marítima, DIMAR-CIOH
International Bathymetric Chart of the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico


Wednesday January 13, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm CET
  Presentations

6:00pm CET

GEBCO Working Group: SCRUM Session 2
Speakers
avatar for Miao FAN

Miao FAN

National Marine Data and Information Service - China
Miao FAN currently works in the Bathymetry Mapping team at National Marine Data and Information Service. Miao conducts marine geoscience research in including seabed mapping, geomorphology and benthic ecology.
avatar for Aileen Bohan

Aileen Bohan

Geologist/Hydrographer, INFOMAR, Geological Survey Ireland
avatar for Vicki Ferrini

Vicki Ferrini

Head of Seabed 2030 Atlantic and Indian Oceans Regional Center
My research and work focuses on geoinformatics and seafloor mapping, and I work on several projects in this space including the Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS, https://www.marine-geo.org) and the Global Multi-Resolution Topography (GMRT) Synthesis (https://www.gmrt.org), and... Read More →
avatar for Thierry Schmitt

Thierry Schmitt

Bathymetry Specialist, SHOM - France
Thierry Schmitt has worked in the field of marine geospatial information both at offshore and onshore at CIDCO, Ifremer for over 15 years. Now at the French Hydrographic Office (Shom) he focuses his expertise on bathymetry. His work involves the development of procedures and best... Read More →


Wednesday January 13, 2021 6:00pm - 8:00pm CET
  Meeting/ Discussion

9:00pm CET

GEBCO Working Group: SCOPE Session 2
Speakers
avatar for Eunmi Chang

Eunmi Chang

adjunct professor, University of Seoul
avatar for Hyo Sung

Hyo Sung

Ewha Womans University
I am the chairman of SCOPE. I look forward to your constructive opinion and participation in GEBCO's communication and outreach activities.
avatar for Tim Kearns

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System


Wednesday January 13, 2021 9:00pm - 11:00pm CET
  Meeting/ Discussion
 
Thursday, January 14
 

12:00pm CET

MtG Symposium: Cloud Data Transformation
The amount of oceanographic data gathered keeps growing that institutions started looking at storing and processing data using cloud services and platforms.

This session features presentations on cloud-based seafloor data processing and management.

Moderators
avatar for Aileen Bohan

Aileen Bohan

Geologist/Hydrographer, INFOMAR, Geological Survey Ireland

Speakers
avatar for Alison Proctor

Alison Proctor

Subsea Project Engineer, Ocean Floor Geophysics
Remote Processing of High Resolution Offshore Survey Data collected with Autonomous Underwater Vehicles.
MT

Marc Thibodeau

Technical Support Consultant, Teledyne CARIS
avatar for Satish Ramachandran

Satish Ramachandran

Co - Founder, AROBOT
Cloudonomous, the winning Solution of United Nation's Reboot the Ocean challenge under Mapping the Ocean Category, is a low-Cost Marine Autonomous framework for Mapping Oceans utilizing MIT's MOOS-IvP and AWS for Real-Time Vehicle tracking and acquiring of Seabed data.
avatar for Andrew Talbot

Andrew Talbot

Bathymetry Advisor, UKHO
Andy Talbot has worked at the UKHO for 16 years as a subject matter expert on bathymetry. His work involves the continuing development of procedures and best practices ensuring the UKHO is using the latest developments in the hydrographic industry and always looking at emerging technologies... Read More →
avatar for Karen Cove

Karen Cove

Senior Manager of Products, Teledyne Geospatial
Karen Cove is the Senior Manager of Products at Teledyne CARIS. Since receiving her M.SC. Eng  in Geodesy and Geomatics (UNB), Karen has enjoyed a career in marine geospatial. Before joining CARIS, Karen worked with Fisheries and Oceans Canada and has a keen interest in mapping to... Read More →
avatar for Vicki Ferrini

Vicki Ferrini

Head of Seabed 2030 Atlantic and Indian Oceans Regional Center
My research and work focuses on geoinformatics and seafloor mapping, and I work on several projects in this space including the Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS, https://www.marine-geo.org) and the Global Multi-Resolution Topography (GMRT) Synthesis (https://www.gmrt.org), and... Read More →



Thursday January 14, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm CET
  Presentations

3:00pm CET

MtG Symposium: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Ocean Mapping
2020 was a year of remarkable change.  However, it reflects a sea change happening in industries and communities around the world.  Attitudes are changing.  The workforce is changing.  Policies and people are changing and the ocean mapping community is a part of this global awakening.

Hear from individuals from around the globe, with diverse backgrounds and experiences, to talk about diversity, equity and inclusion in this community. What are organizations doing to address these topics? What is not happening that should be? How can marginalized communities be better served? What is happening that is positive and can be a model for others? Listen in to hear these different perspectives and more.

Moderators
avatar for Erin Heffron

Erin Heffron

Independent Contractor, Ocean Mapping & GIS Services, Ocean Mapping Services LLC

Speakers
avatar for Alison Proctor

Alison Proctor

Subsea Project Engineer, Ocean Floor Geophysics
Remote Processing of High Resolution Offshore Survey Data collected with Autonomous Underwater Vehicles.
avatar for Christiane Reiser

Christiane Reiser

Physical Scientist/Bathymetry Data Manager, NOAA
avatar for Tinah Martin

Tinah Martin

Staff Associate, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
avatar for Amon Kimeli

Amon Kimeli

Marine Geologist/Hydrographer, Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute


Thursday January 14, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm CET
  Panel Discussion

5:00pm CET

Coffee and Cocktails - Social Hour
Is this your first time to a GEBCO Week and Map the Gaps Symposium? Are you missing not having a meeting in person? Are you interested in connecting with others?

The Coffee and Cocktails hour is a chance for people to connect and mingle. We plan to break people up into breakout groups to have a chat, share a little about yourself, meet new people and raise a toast over coffee, cocktails or your favourite beverage to say hi and celebrate GEBCO Week.


Moderators
avatar for Tim Kearns

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System
avatar for Jaya Roperez

Jaya Roperez

Convener of the MtG Symposium


Thursday January 14, 2021 5:00pm - 6:00pm CET
Zoom Meeting

7:00pm CET

MtG Symposium: Strategies | Plans for Future Ocean Mapping and Data Management
With the realization that seafloor mapping plays vital roles in understanding Earth's processes leading us to better planning and implementation of activities to support maritime security, marine conservation and protection, and sustainable blue economy.

As mapping the seafloor can be slow and costly, nations and exploration institutions are coming up with strategies and techniques on how to effectively and efficiently map the oceans with the consideration of dealing with the huge amount of data that comes with it.

Moderators
avatar for Linden Brinks

Linden Brinks

Geospatial Analyst, Great Lakes Observing System

Speakers
MW

Meredith Westington

Chief Geographer, NOAA - Office of Coast Survey
Complementing Seabed 2030, the U.S. 2020 National Strategy for Ocean Mapping, Exploring, and Characterizing the United States Exclusive Economic Zone makes comprehensive ocean mapping a priority for the coming decade.  In support of this goal, NOAA has been monitoring and analyzing... Read More →
CM

Chris Marshall

Director of Hydrography, Canadian Hydrographic Services - Ontario & Plains and Arctic Regions
avatar for Michael Brady

Michael Brady

Maritime Cartographer, U.S. Department of Defense - NGA
Leveraging Automatic Identification Systems to map global maritime vessel trafficThe National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) Maritime Safety Office is collaborating with private industry to map and disseminate historical and future global maritime vessel traffic. Such information... Read More →


Thursday January 14, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm CET
  Presentations

8:00pm CET

GEBCO Working Group: TSCOM Session 2
Speakers
avatar for Pauline Weatherall

Pauline Weatherall

GEBCO Digital Atlas Manager, British Oceanographic Data Centre
Topic: GEBCO Website Updates
avatar for Jennifer Jencks

Jennifer Jencks

Director, IHO Data Center for Digital Bathymetry
Topic: Annual update on the IHO Data Center for Digital Bathymetry activities in support of GEBCO.
avatar for Wetherbee Dorshow

Wetherbee Dorshow

President and Owner, Earth Analytic, Inc
Topic: Track Planning App Prototype
avatar for David Sandwell

David Sandwell

Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Topic: STRM data integration in the GEBCO grid
avatar for Martin Jakobsson

Martin Jakobsson

Professor, Stockholm University
Ocean Frontier Mapping


Thursday January 14, 2021 8:00pm - 10:00pm CET
  Meeting/ Discussion

9:00pm CET

Fundraising Working Group [Closed Meeting]
This is a working group discussion on the progress and plans for strategic fundraising in support of global ocean mapping.  For additional information, please contact the meeting organizer.

Moderators
avatar for Tim Kearns

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System
avatar for David Millar

David Millar

President, Fugro
The Role of the Private Sector in Global Ocean Mapping - especially as it relates to Seabed 2030.

Thursday January 14, 2021 9:00pm - 10:00pm CET
Zoom Video Webinar
 
Friday, January 15
 

12:00pm CET

MtG Symposium: Teledyne Caris Technology Training: AI & Bathymetry Cleaning Tools
This is almost like a sequel to the presentation during the Cloud Data Transformations Session on Thursday, January 14 @ 12:00 PM CET (Paris time zone).

Travis Hamilton and Luke Marsden will be presenting a more in-depth look into the Artificial Intelligence behind Teledyne Caris' new bathymetric data cleaning tools.

If you're interested in learning about the algorithms powering this technology and how it works in real-world scenarios, you don't want to miss this.

LINK to UKHO-GSFPY in GITHUB

Moderators
avatar for Tomer Ketter

Tomer Ketter

Seabed 2030 Arctic & North Pacific Regional Data Center

Speakers
avatar for Travis Hamilton

Travis Hamilton

Product Manager - HIPS and SIPS, Teledyne Caris


Friday January 15, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm CET
  Training / Presentations

1:00pm CET

MtG Symposium: Mapping the Gaps - Missions Around the World
This session will highlight seafloor mapping in a bigger scale whether using surface vessels or satellite data, and how it can impact on mapping the gaps and ocean literacy.

Moderators
avatar for Jaya Roperez

Jaya Roperez

Convener of the MtG Symposium

Speakers
avatar for Cassie Bongiovanni

Cassie Bongiovanni

Mapping Lead, Caladan Oceanic
avatar for Rachel Medley

Rachel Medley

Chief, Expedition and Exploration Division, NOAA - Office of Ocean Exploration and Research
The NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER) is the only U.S. federal organization dedicated to exploring the global ocean. By using unique capabilities in terms of telepresence, technology, infrastructure, and exploration missions, OER is reducing the "gaps" in deep-ocean... Read More →
avatar for Carlos Mortera-Gutierrez

Carlos Mortera-Gutierrez

Senior Researcher, UNAM
The Group of Marine Geophysics have been mapping with MB technology the Mexican Pacific Margin since 2006. We have survey (from North to South) the Guaymas Basin, Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima, Guerrero margins, Gulf of Tehuantepec Slope. and the central sector of the Rivera Plate.
avatar for Federica Foglini

Federica Foglini

Researcher, CNR - ISMAR
Topic: Update on GEBCO Metadata Working Group


Friday January 15, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm CET
  Presentations

5:00pm CET

Map the Gaps non-profit organization and Nippon Foundation
Map the Gaps is a non-profit organization that seeks to bring together a broad network of bathymetrists, oceanographers, surveyors, students hydrographers, geophysicists, technologists, policy makers, philanthropists and more - all with the express interest of mapping underwater topography, known as bathymetry. The organization seeks to expand the breadth of knowledge of bathymetry through international events, supporting mapping expeditions, providing highly skilled services for mission planning, data processing, & operations.

If you want to know more about Map the Gaps and how you can be part of itwe invite you all to join in this info session.

Moderators
avatar for Tim Kearns

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System

Speakers
avatar for Tomer Ketter

Tomer Ketter

Seabed 2030 Arctic & North Pacific Regional Data Center
RW

Roxy Wigley

Project Director, UNH : Nippon Foundation/GEBCO Training Program
NT

Neil Tinmouth

COO, SEA-KIT International


Friday January 15, 2021 5:00pm - 6:00pm CET
Zoom Video Webinar
  Meeting and Presentations

6:00pm CET

MtG Symposium Closing Remarks
Speakers
avatar for Shin Tani

Shin Tani

Chair - GEBCO Guiding Committee, GEBCO
Background: Physical Geomorphology ::Nationality: Japan ::Language: Fluent Japanese, some English ::Job Career: Hydrographic Department of Japan, Cabinet Secretariat of Japan, JODC ::with GEBCO: for 32 years ::Other International experiences:  ABLOS, IODE
avatar for Rear Admiral Luigi Sinapi

Rear Admiral Luigi Sinapi

Director, International Hydrographic Organization
avatar for Tim Kearns

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System
avatar for Jaya Roperez

Jaya Roperez

Convener of the MtG Symposium


Friday January 15, 2021 6:00pm - 6:30pm CET
  Closing Remarks

8:00pm CET

Joint GEBCO Sub-Commitees Roundup
Speakers
avatar for Eunmi Chang

Eunmi Chang

adjunct professor, University of Seoul
avatar for Caitlyn Raines

Caitlyn Raines

Project Manager - Maritime, ESRI
Opening Bathymetric Data to the Public: Optimizing Big Data for Access through the Web
avatar for Vicki Ferrini

Vicki Ferrini

Head of Seabed 2030 Atlantic and Indian Oceans Regional Center
My research and work focuses on geoinformatics and seafloor mapping, and I work on several projects in this space including the Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS, https://www.marine-geo.org) and the Global Multi-Resolution Topography (GMRT) Synthesis (https://www.gmrt.org), and... Read More →
avatar for Hyo Sung

Hyo Sung

Ewha Womans University
I am the chairman of SCOPE. I look forward to your constructive opinion and participation in GEBCO's communication and outreach activities.
avatar for Thierry Schmitt

Thierry Schmitt

Bathymetry Specialist, SHOM - France
Thierry Schmitt has worked in the field of marine geospatial information both at offshore and onshore at CIDCO, Ifremer for over 15 years. Now at the French Hydrographic Office (Shom) he focuses his expertise on bathymetry. His work involves the development of procedures and best... Read More →
avatar for Tim Kearns

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System
avatar for Aileen Bohan

Aileen Bohan

Geologist/Hydrographer, INFOMAR, Geological Survey Ireland


Friday January 15, 2021 8:00pm - 10:00pm CET
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