Join our Turbulence Workshop at OSM 2024 – Turbulence Measurements from Autonomous Vehicles

OSM 2024 in New Orleans is less than 2-weeks away! On the first day, Monday February 19, Rockland Scientific is hosting a special lunchtime workshop focused on turbulence measurements from autonomous vehicles. Titled “Science and technology development of persistent turbulence observations from gliders and profiling floats,” the workshop will feature presentations from key researchers around the world sharing their motivation, lessons learned, and visions for the future of turbulence measurements, ocean mixing, and climate change research!  The last 15-min will provide for a town-hall discussion with the speakers as panelists. 


  • Dr. Fabian Wolk, President Rockland Scientific 
  • Dr. Alberto Naveira Garabato, University of Southampton, United Kingdom 
  • Dr. Ryu Inoue, JAMSTEC, Japan 
  • Dr. Stephanie Waterman, University of British Columbia, Canada 

Location: rooms 229-230 

Time: 12:45-13:45   

Lunch will be provided to the first 50 attendees – so get there early! 

BONUS! – the workshop is down the hall from the Observing Ocean Mixing with Autonomous Platforms session (rooms 217-219) that starts at 2pm, so it will be a great catalyst for continued discussions on turbulence measurements during the afternoon presentations & posters!