UNB Oceans Research Connector (Saint John)

Andrew Byrne February 5, 2020

February 27, 2020 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Port of Saint John - Diamond Jubilee Cruise Terminal
333 Water Street - Saint John
NB E2L 0C5
Andrew Byrne
UNB Oceans Research Connector (Saint John) @ Port of Saint John - Diamond Jubilee Cruise Terminal

Does your research dive deep into the ocean? Are you interested in meeting companies looking for new collaboration in this area of research?

Whether you’re mapping the floor, feeding fish, or developing infrastructure, we want to hear about your work.This networking event is designed to bring companies, research expertise, and funding agencies together to create opportunities for partnership and success.

Topics of interest:

  • Aquaculture and Fisheries
  • Environment
  • Automated processes
  • Cybersecurity
  • Ocean mapping

The Connector will be composed of 3-minute presentations from companies and researchers. Networking time will follow presentations.

Companies will present short overviews of their operations and the research expertise they seek.

Researchers will present their research interests and expertise, and their potential application to external partners.

The event will also include presentations from funders about programs available to support these partnerships.

To register as a presenter:

1. Register here as a Researcher or as a Company Presenter.

2. Contact partner@unb.ca for the appropriate presentation template.

NOTE: Presentations will not be accepted after Monday, Feb. 24, 2020.

This event is offered by UNB’s Office of Research Services, in conjunction with Springboard, the Saint John Port Authority, BioNB, and Canada’s Ocean Supercluster.

Optional: Special Tour of MAMCE’s Saint John Facility!

UNB’s Marine Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence will also be offering a site visit of their facility in Saint John from 10 am to 11:30 am. Please contact us at partner@unb.ca to register to learn more about how 3D Metal Printing can be incorporated into your research, operations and industry.

To sign up for this activity: Add the “MAMCE Site Tour” add-on ticket when registering for this event, or email us at partner@unb.ca.

Please note: Spaces are limited for this tour. Each group can accommodate a maximum of 10 participants at a time, and will last approximately 20 minutes. To allow as many participants as possible, we will arrange staggered start times between 10 am and 11 am.

Registered participants will receive a follow-up email at a later date confirming their registration and start time, and providing directions to the site. Please arrive 5 to 10 minutes ahead of your start time to sign in.

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