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OCEANS'06 Singapore

OCEANS '06 IEEE Singapore Student Poster Program

The eighteenth Student Poster Program was held at OCEANS '06 ASIA PACIFIC in Singapore .  Once gain we had a very fine display of student posters. Sixteen poster abstracts were received and fourteen were accepted.  Two of the students had scheduling conflicts and were unable to attend and a third student cancelled out just prior to the Conference.  Eleven posters were displayed and represented students from China, Japan, New Zealand, Turkey, France, Taiwan, Greece and Singapore.  The posters were on display in the Lobby of the Conference Center and were heavily visited by  the attendees. The Student Poster Session was organized by Mandar Chitre from the University of Singapore. Support from the Office of Naval Research of the United States Navy underwrote the cost of the program. Prizes for the top six posters were awarded at the Gala Banquet on Thursday evening.  The posters were:
 
Gerard Llort-Pujol, ENST Bretagne, Brest, France
"A New Approach for Fast and High-resolution Interferometric Bathymetry"
 
Sie-Yu Li, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
"A Novel Piezo-resistive Type Underwater Acoustic Sensor using SOI Wafer"
 
Mehdi Farrokhrooz, Shiraz University, Tehran, Iran
"A Performance Comparison Between Conventional PNN and Multi-spread PNN in SHip Noise Classification"
 
Isil Elmasli, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey
"A Wideband and a Wide Beamwidth Acoustic Transducer Design for Underwater Acoustic Communications"
 
Jose Garcia, University of Hanover, Hanover, Germany
"Adapted Distributed Localization of Sensors in Underwater Acoustic Networks"
 
Philip Barclay, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
"Bathymetric Results from a Multi-frequency InSAS Sea-Trial"
 
Daijin Hou, Kobe , Japan
"Evaluation Test Result on Wave Direction Measurement Using GPS Buoy"
 
Alan Hunter, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
"Fast Fourier-Domain Modelling for an SAS Simulator with Application to Time-Variant Targets, Aspect-Dependent Occlusions, adn Doppler Effects"
 
Effrosyni-Maria Skordaki, Laboratory of Marine Geology and Physical
Oceanography, University of Patras. Patras, Greece
"Heavy Metal Determination in Eastern Mediterranean Marine Sediments by Partial LEaching and High Resolution Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry Techniques"
 
Liang Zhao, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
"Particle Filtering Detectioin in Turbo Coded OFDM System Over Underwater Acoustic Communication Channels"
 
Imen Karoui, ENST Bretagne, Brest, France
"Region Based and Incidence Angle Dependent Segmentation of Seabed Sonar Images using a Level Set Approach Combined to Local Texture Statistics"
 
Lijie Zhang, College of Marine Engineering, Northwestern Polyterchnical
University, Xi'an, China
"Spectral Analysis of Noise Characteristics Caused by Ship Propeller Cavitation"
 
Oliver Wurl, National University of Singapore, Singapore
"Time Trend of Persistent Organic Pollutants in the Atmosphere Over the Indian Ocean Over the Last 30 Years"
 
He Bing, College of Marine Engineering, Polytechnical University, Xi'an,
China
"Underwater Acoustic Spread Spectrum Communication Based on M Family N Group Parallel Transmission"
 
The Judging Team did and outstanding job of evaluating the posters and
reached a concensus on the ranking of the posters. Prizes were awarded as
follows:
 
1st Place - Gerard Llort-Pujol
 
2nd Place - Imen Karoui
                 -  Philip Barclay
 
3rd Place - Jose Garcia
                 - Alan Hunter
                 - Oliver Wurl
 
All of the Students were asked to stand and were given a round of applause at the conclusion of the Awards.
 
Norman D. Miller
Student Activites Coordinator