The selection meeting was held in Inverness last week and we have a draft programme! If you submitted an abstract then you should hear individually very soon, when we have had a chance to check everything. If you want to plan your visit, the information below should help. Travel, accommodation details – EIMR
A PhD student at Heriot-Watt University has recently published a discussion of Japan’s switch to renewable energy in the wake of the 2011 tsunami and Fukushima nuclear incident. Simon Waldman had the opportunity of a study trip to Japan thanks to MASTS funding that resulted in a publication on tidal energy around the Goto Islands in Japan […]
The official abstract deadline has passed and the scientific steering committee will be meeting next week to select presentations. Authors may expect to hear from us soon after. If you have missed the deadline, do get in touch as soon as possible.
EIMR wishes you a very Merry Christmas. Remember to send abstracts by 10th January and we look forward to welcoming you to Orkney in April 2018.
We extend the deadline for submission of abstracts to 10th January 2018.
The MASTS Marine Renewable Energy Forum is sponsoring a limited number of bursaries for students and early career researchers. If you are a student or an Early Career Researcher at a MASTS member institution and would be interested in receiving one of these bursaries, please make a note on your abstract submission that you would […]
The deadline for receipt of abstracts is 20th December. Please see the Call for Papers for more details.
We are delighted to announce that you can now register to attend this event. Standard registration will remain open until 9 February 2018. Late registration will be possible up until the conference date for an additional fee.
We invite abstracts on any subject within the broad definition of environmental interactions with wave and tidal technologies be submitted to email@example.com. The deadline for all submissions is 20 December 2017 and any informal enquiries about the conference may also be sent to the same email address. Full details can be found in the Call […]
EIMR will return to Kirkwall in 2018, organised by HWU, UHI and our Scottish and international partners. While Scotland continues to pioneer wave and tidal energy, activity has proliferated around the world and we look forward to welcoming international visitors to Scotland.