Data and Sensing in Extreme Environments
Remote and extreme environments present new challenges for scientific data acquisition, processing and transfer. From extremely cold and remote locations in the Antarctic to novel geotechnical sensing technologies and the Big Data challenge of the Square Kilometre Array, which will operate from remote desert locations, scientists share challenges of accessibility, physical conditions, power supply and networking.
This joint workshop between the University of Cambridge and the British Antarctic Survey will bring together researchers, developers and engineers addressing complementary challenges in data acquisition, transfer and processing, to share knowledge, develop new connections and collaborations, and experience hands-on demonstrations of state of the art data acquisition and processing technology.
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Please note the room for this event has changed. Follow signs from the Cavendish reception.
See http://www.phy.cam.ac.uk/contact/directions for information on getting to the Cavendish Laboratory.
|09:00||Welcome and registration|
|09:30||Data and sensing in extreme environments - the polar perspective||Mike Rose, British Antarctic Survey|
|10:00||The Square Kilometre Array - Addressing a Big Data challenge in a desert environment||Paul Alexander, Department of Physics|
|10:30||Big data in infrastructure monitoring||Krishna Kumar, Department of Engineering|
|11:15||Designing a large phased array for remote deployment||Andrew Faulkner, Department of Physics|
|11:45||Polar View - Delivering operational sea ice information for the polar regions||Andrew Fleming, British Antarctic Survey|
|12:15||BAS Operational Data Management||Paul Breen, British Antarctic Survey|
If you wish to reserve exhibition space for hardware or demonstrations, please contact Clare Dyer-Smith with a list of your requirements (space, number of tables, any power requirements).