February 22, 2018

Initial MeRLIN workshop being held on underwater noise

Technopole maritime du Québec, through the MeRLIN (Mise en Réseau pour L’INnovation) Network for innovation, is organizing a workshop in Quebec City on May 1 regarding underwater noise. The workshop will look at collaborations and solutions, as well as access to innovation and technology. The goal of the event is to encourage networking and new collaborations among public and private stakeholders working on underwater noise issues. What are the current consultations and research activities in Quebec? Which links in terms of industry-research cooperation are the most promising? How is it best to maximize and secure technology development and applied research projects? Presented in French, the day is aimed at industry representatives, public stakeholders, academic research teams, as well as all other relevant individuals involved with underwater noise in Quebec.

Event partners: Green Marine and the St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES).

For more information, contact Candice Sénéchal, the MeRLIN coordinator csenechal@tmq.ca or 418-724-9616.

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Initial MeRLIN workshop being held on underwater noise