Second International Operational Satellite Oceanography Symposium

Tuesday 25 May 2021 - Friday 28 May 2021


This second OSO Symposium will build on our first gathering in June 2019 of community members involved in all levels of the observation-to-information value chain, from data providers to users, of operational satellite oceanographic data, products and applications. This second symposium will cut across several value chain levels with specific focus themes around which we can evaluate progress. Additionally, the programme committee anticipates that submitted abstracts will touch on at least one, and as many as possible, of the cross-cutting topics identified below to be of particular and timely interest.

Abstract submissions and event registration (free) are now open

The Programme Committee will build up the program based on selected abstracts. Abstracts chosen for oral presentation, will be assembled in theme session to inspire and motivate guided panel discussions. Successful abstracts not chosen for oral presentations will be presented in virtual poster sessions. All relevant abstracts received by the deadline will be considered for placement into the Programme Abstract document assembled for the meeting.

Attendees will also have an optional training opportunity on 28 May, focussing on satellite data tools and services: such as search, visualization, access, basic data analysis and simple manipulation.

The deadline for abstract submission is 1st March 2021

The deadline for free registration is 15th May 2021

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