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OSSC March Meeting on Underwater Photography
OSSC Regular Meeting
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OSSC Meeting: Underwater Imaging
From Titanic to the Tiny: Three Decades of Underwater Optical Imaging in My Lab
Dr. Jules Jaffe
In this talk Dr. Jules Jaffe will recount his experience as a member of the science team at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution that discovered the wreckage of the Titanic in 1985 using an optical imaging system. Since joining Scripps, Jaffe has developed a number of underwater imaging systems that have offered unique views of a variety of organisms that live in the ocean. Jaffe will describe his past and ongoing projects, including a recent grant from the Keck foundation to develop an underwater 3D video rate microscope and explain how his work provides new insights into marine ecosystems.
About our speaker: Jules Jaffe is
a Research Oceanographer at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Dr. Jaffe received a B.A. from SUNY Buffalo,
an M. S. from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. from U. C.
Berkeley. After several years in industry he joined the Woods Hole Oceanographic
Institution and subsequently joined Scripps. Dr. Jaffe is a fellow of the
Acoustical Society of America and Editor in Chief of Methods in Oceanography.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Reception: 6:00; Dinner: 7:00; Talk: 8:00
Meal $30:00 (Students FREE) ]
Please Register by Tuesday March 19, 2013