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Laboratory for Undersea Remote Sensing

Director: Prof. Nicholas Makris

The Lab is located on the second floor of building 5, in room 229.

Laboratory for Undersea Remote Sensing
Room 5-229
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
phone: 617-253-9484

Some Current Research Areas:

Ocean exploration, undersea remote sensing of marine life and geophysical phenomena, wave propagation and scattering theory in remote sensing through random media and waveguides, statistical estimation and information theory in sensing, linear and nonlinear acoustics and seismics, Europa exploration.

Violin Program at the North Bennett Street School
Violin Program at the North Bennet Street School, Makris far right, Roman Barnas second from right.

Sen. Kerry and Prof. Makris imagesSen. Kerry and Prof. Ratilal images
Senator Kerry, Prof. Makris, Prof. Ratilal and other State and Regional officials dicussing the use of OAWRSfor the future of New England fisheries.
Senator Kerry, Prof. Makris, Prof. Ratilal and other State and Regional officials dicussing the use of OAWRS for the future of New England fisheries imagesSenator Kerry, Prof. Makris, Prof. Ratilal and other State and Regional officials dicussing the use of OAWRS for the future of New England fisheries images
Senator Kerry, Prof. Makris, Prof. Ratilal and other State and Regional officials dicussing the use of OAWRS for the future of New England fisheries imagesSenator Kerry, Prof. Makris, Prof. Ratilal and other State and Regional officials dicussing the use of OAWRS for the future of New England fisheries images

location of OAWRS survey

 

instantaneous OAWRS image of areal fish population density

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students: Byung-Gu Cho, Daniel Duane, Arun Krishnadas, Shourav Suhas Pednekar

Collaborator: Prof. Purnima Ratilal, Northeastern University

Links:
Prof. Makris website
Center for Ocean Engineering
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Ocean Acoustics Group
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

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