Yearly Archive: 2011

MMF Steering Group

MMF Steering Group

The ad hoc MMF Steering Group is charged with guiding the fortunes of the MMF series. The Steering Group comprises four long term and regular MMF attendees, representing Research, Manufacturing, Distribution and Learned Professional Societies within the marine science and measurement market sector. You can email suggestions to the MMF Steering Group via the Contact Page.

MMF Host Guidelines

MMF Host Guidelines All appointed and prospective hosts should familiarise themselves with the following: Introduction: The Marine Measurement Forum (MMF) is a series of one-day, non-profit making events that provide excellent opportunities for networking and the informal exchange of ideas, knowledge,…
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50th Marine Measurement Forum

50th Marine Measurement Forum – A resounding success

 

The 50th Marine Measurement Forum (MMF50) was held in the Princess Royal Gallery at the National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth on 12 June 2012. It was hosted by the MMF Steering Group and, to celebrate the 50th milestone, took a slightly different approach to the usual MMF format.

MMF50 provided an opportunity to reminisce about the history of measuring in the marine environment, to overview the techniques and equipment used today and ponder what might be in the pipeline for the future. The twelve presentations were given from different perspectives, emphasising the diverse nature of the marine measurement community. It was fitting that Colin Waters (ex HR Wallingford) and his wife Una, were guests of honour for the event as Colin was instrumental in ensuring the continuance of the MMF series during the 80s and 90s.

49th Marine Measurement Forum at Partrac

49th Marine Measurement Forum at Partrac

 

The 49th Marine Measurement Forum was held in the Glasgow Science Centre on the 9th November 2011.

Hosted by Partrac Group, the event brought together the scientific measurement community to explore and share new technologies, project experiences, equipment evolutions and survey processes. Over seventy delegates attended from across the UK and further afield and from a diverse range of companies including offshore wind and marine renewables organisations, environmental and engineering consultancies, ports and harbours, government and research agencies, equipment manufacturers and survey companies.