The Puget Sound section of the national Marine Technology Society is dedicated to connecting local members in the marine community and promoting awareness of new technologies and projects within our field. Our members are scientists, engineers, educators, mariners and policy makers. Through our community ties we work to ensure that the Pacific Northwest maintains its leadership role in this exciting field.
- Tech Summit Registration now by Email or In Person
The 2017 Marine Technology Summit registration is now only available by email (email@example.com) or at the Registration Booth on Monday morning. Online registration has been closed to allow for processing of the registration list. We only have a few spots left – email Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure you don’t miss out on the […]
- Early Registration ends Monday Oct 9
Remember to register by Monday Oct 9 to get discounted pricing. The 2017 PNW Marine Technology Summit is ready! We are excited to announce our technical content: Keynote by Dr. John Delaney of the Ocean Observatories Initiative Sold out exhibitor line up Tours of the R/V Elettra III, UW’s Harris Hydraulics Lab and Puget Sound […]
- Abstract Deadline Extended to Friday Sept 29
MTS Puget Sound Section is excited to be hosting the 2nd annual Pacific Northwest Marine Technology Summit in Seattle, WA on Monday November 6, 2017. We are now accepting abstracts for 15 minute presentations, short workshops, posters, dock-side demos and exhibition booths. Abstracts are due Friday Sept 29 and notifications will go out Monday October 9, 2017. […]
- Early Registration Now Open!
Early registration is now open for the 2017 Pacific Northwest Marine Technology Summit! Register by Monday, October 9 to receive the early registration price discount and guarantee your spot – registration must close when we reach our venue capacity. The conference will be a full day event on Monday, November 6 at University of Washington’s […]
- Now accepting abstracts for the 2017 PNW Marine Tech Summit!
MTS Puget Sound Section is excited to be hosting the 2nd annual Pacific Northwest Marine Technology Summit in Seattle, WA on Monday November 6, 2017. We are now accepting abstracts for 15 minute presentations, short workshops, posters, dock-side demos and exhibition booths. Abstracts are due Monday Sept 11 and notifications will go out Monday September 25, 2017. […]
- Oceanographer job positions at RPS
We have two open positions at RPS (formally Evans-Hamilton) for Oceanographers, one would be targeted to new graduates – a paid internship, and the other would be for someone with a few years of experience. RPS_Oceanographer2017_Seattle RPS_Internship2017_Seattle People can apply through the website: http://www.rpsgroup.com/NorthAmerica/Careers.aspx Or send their resumes to Lauren Decker (email@example.com) or Maya Whitmont […]
- OrcaSound-Support a Local Marine Acoustics Kickstarter
OrcaSound-Support a Local Marine Acoustics Kickstarter Campaign What is Orcasound? Orcasound is an app on your favorite device connected to a network of hydrophones (underwater microphones). It makes listening live to ocean sounds like this easy from any web browser — Vision The vision for Orcasound is to combine emerging technologies to build an innovative, […]
- June 8th – Season Finale Section Meeting
June 8th-Section Meeting “RCRV: Research Vessel of the Future” Presented by Elizabeth White, Glosten Inc. In 2012, the National Science Foundation (NSF) selected Oregon State University (OSU) to lead the coordination of the design of up to three new “Regional Class” research vessels (RCRV). The project is part of a long-term strategy to renew […]
- May 18th-MTS UW Student Section Spring Mixer
MTS Student Chapter Spring Mixer! The Spring Student Mixer for MTS is here! Join us May 18th for a BBQ and potluck. There is no cost, but we will have opportunities to donate!There will be student presentations, and if you missed the t-shirt screen press last time, you’ll have a chance once again to get […]