3rd Annual South West Region Student Presentations EveningSouth West Region
|Date||19 April 2016|
|Time||18:00 - 21:00|
|Venue||Portland Sq, Plymouth University, PL4 8AA|
Investing in the right people is a key component of business success and identifying the best graduates from those entering our industry can often be very challenging. Following the huge success of the Region's first two Student Presentations Evenings this year's event is another fantastic opportunity for those companies looking to recruit undergraduate and post-graduate students currently nearing the end of their studies to witness presentation skills, technical proficiency, confidence and professional capability.
The student Presentations Evening, in Plymouth University's Devonport Lecture Theatre, Portland Square, also showcases the projects and dissertation studies the students are undertaking and provides an ideal forum to offer advice or even practical assistance.
The event will begin with a Keynote speech by Dr Travis Mason followed by a series of short presentations, with Q&A limited to 10 minutes per presenter. Light refreshments will be provided around 7.30pm and an award for the best presentation will then be announced at the end of the event.
For those wanting to socialise after the event, we will then proceed to the nearby Roundabout Pub finishing at around midnight.
Presentation titles include:
Many of these presentations can be downloaded below
|An investigation into the precision of photgra surveys of beaches using an unmanned aerial system
by Paul Aldersley (BSc Year 3)
Laboratory study to examine the sediment dynamics from the Eden Estuary, Scotland
|Spatial and temporal sound velocity variation and implications for hydrographic survey activities
by Mark Gray (MSc)
|An investigation into the ways of improving magnetometer surveys of wrecks in shallow water with respect to noise
by Peter Horobin (MSc)
|Assessing the effectiveness of an ArcGIS-based cost analysis for the routing of a submarine cable from the Netherlands-based offshore wind farm (OWF) to an onshore connection point
by Piers Luxton (MSc)
|A quantitative assessment of how MRU misalignment affects MBES patch test results with varying bathymetry and weather conditions
by Oliver Maddock (BSc Year 2)
|High resolution multibeam survey of the James Eagen Layne comparing frequency resolution
by Stephen O'Connor (BSc Year 2)
|Evaluation of potential tidal impoundment energy projects around Plymouth Sound
by George Ollis-Brown (BSc Year 3)
|Testing aoutomated detection of man-made targets in sidescan sonar image
by Louis Piel (MSc)
|Surveying Slapton sands to assess the beaches recovery from the 2013-14 storms
by Mark Quinn (MSc)
Investigation of the tidal regime in the Indian Ocean with particular focus on the Tanzanian coast and the issues of reference surfaces, technologies and data gaps
|Using an open source ROV to develop novel ways of characterising the marine environment
by Jonathan Teague (MSc)
|3D Photogrammetry - The poor man's laser scanner?
by Joseph Tidball (MSc)
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