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The Students, Faculty and Staff of the ERIS Cabled Observatory invite you to the 3rd annual "Throw Things Off the Dock" event.
Active Learning: The New UW Undergraduate Ocean Technology Program Thursday, April 23rd at 6:00pm in OSB425 -- After
UWROV is a team of undergraduate students who specialize in the design, construction, and operation of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs).
The student chapter of the Marine Technology Society (MTS) exists to provide students with an opportunity to gain experience in the field of Ocean Technology.
The ERIS Observatory is a student designed and student operated cabled observatory in Portage Bay. This quarter I had the privilege of being part of these talented and dedicated students. Here is my story...
ERIS Observatory is a student designed and run cabled observatory in Portage Bay. The observatory works to give students experience designing and building sensors that answer an anthropogenic question about the aquatic environment.
Undergraduate Oceanography students design and build their own underwater sensors
Undergraduates students Derek Martin, and Ryan Cox work on instrumentation for an underwater robotic arm.
Award recognizes UW oceanographer's talent for engaging public
Introduces the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, and spatial analysis in the ecosystem sciences.
Equipped with three video cameras and a pneumatically powered gripper that can grasp items underwater, the robot is the size of a large microwave oven.
Alumni of the Program are employed in these fields and more