Each session will begin with a 10-15 min talk from the host, followed by 30-40 mins of facilitated discussion & knowledge/idea exchange. We would hope that the output from each session is that people will have been able to form links outside their usual contacts, and that a 1 page summary document is produced that outlines how MASTS could assist to develop this area in the future.
Read workshop abstracts here: https://www.masts.ac.uk/upcoming-events/t-in-masts-workshops/
-Thurs 6 May Moya Crawford (D'Arcy Thompson Simulator, University of St Andrews): Immersive Simulation - a way of thinking every bit as much as a means of visualization
-Thurs 13 May Oliver Peppe (British Geological Survey: Sampling and survey technology: how can technologists help address the big challenges in Marine Geoscience?
-Thurs 20 May Dafne Eerkes-Medrano (Marine Scotland Science): Artificial Intelligence and automated data collation and analysis
-Thurs 3 June Danielle Harris (University of st Andrews): Monitoring marine animal populations with new technologies
-Thurs 10 June Tom Wilding (SAMS): Who is Edna (eDNA), and how can she be employed in environmental monitoring?