London Meetings and Webinars

OES meetings are proving very popular and capacity audiences are being achieved. We have clarified the priorities to ensure fairness for members and ensure reserved attendance is guaranteed.

Priority is given to OES members, co-sponsoring organisations and speaker’s organisations registering at least 3 working days before the event. Any further prioritisation is based on the order of registration.

On a number of occasions registrants have failed to attend on the day thus depriving others the opportunity to attend. Therefore, registrants who later find they are unable to attend MUST advise the OES Secretary AS SOON AS POSSIBLE so the space can be released to the standby list. Failing to do this may lead to withdrawal of the facility to pre-register for a period.

In all cases the meeting Chairman’s decision shall be final.

EARLY REGISTRATION BY MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS IS RECOMMENDED

You can apply online for either individual or corporate membership, or for more information, contact oes@ice.org.uk

Upcoming London Dates:

COVID-19 Pandemic:  In view of government instructions regarding the coronavirus outbreak, no physical meetings of the OES will be held at the ICE for the foreseeable future.  The ICE is temporary closed.

Until further notice the OES will be holding ZOOM Webinars.

If you are not a member of the OES or employed by an OES Corporate Member but are an ICE member and would like to receive notifications of upcoming OES event please e-mail the Society’s Honorary Secretary at honsec@oes.org.uk

Wednesday 4th November 2020

Machine Learning Models for Damage Diagnosis of Offshore Wind Turbines 

Athanasios Kolios

Click here for the flyer

 Wednesday 18th November 2020

 

TBC

Wednesday 2nd December 2020

Marine Warrantly Aspects of Offshore Cables 

Chris Sturgeon, Director, Red Penguin Marine

Wednesday 17th February 2021

 An academic perspective of complex fluid mechanics applied to marine renewable energy

Richard Willden (University of Oxford)
Richard Whitehouse (HR Wallingford) and
Deborah Greaves (University of Plymouth)