Le 27 06 2017
The SMS project presented its research’s results in terms of monitoring seawater chemical and ecological status in real time and in situ in the European Parliament on the 10th of July 2017, from 16:30 to 18:30, in room A3H-1.
This event, chaired by MEP Ricardo Serrao Santos and was entitled "Ensuring Good Environmental Status of EU marine waters through efficient monitoring programmes". It demosntrated why the SMS project, aiming at promoting innovative methodologies to detect/identify and measure emerging pollutants, is supported and funded by EU policies and presented how the innovations achieved could be useful for the end-users.
You can download the agenda here
Download the speakers' presentations here:
- Management and scientific development - Konstantinos Petropoulos, University Roma II – SMS Project Coordinator
- Bringing the project to the market - Carmem-Lara Manes, Microbia Environnement
- Bringing the project to the market - Luca Sanfilippo, SYSTEA
- Monitoring of marine waters for the Marine Strategy Framework Directive – David Connor, Unit Marine Environment and Water Industry, European Commission, DG ENVI
- Copernicus Marine Service funding scheme for Good Environmental Status - Cecilia Donati, Mercator Ocean, Institutional Relations Manager
- Monitoring the Azores marine waters - Filipe Mora Porteiro, Regional Director of Sea Affairs of the Açores, Portugal
- EuroGOOS - Vicente Fernández, Science Officer
- Northbay Shellfish Ltd - Dennis Gowland, Director
Discover some pictures of the event:
Le 20 06 2017
On 20-22 June 2017, our partner Systea is showing at the Oceans conference and exhibition in Aberdeen (UK), in our booth n.32, the WIZ in-situ multiparametric probe and μMac-Smart portable analyzer for coastal water monitoring.
On 22 June Systea participates to the Oceans of Tomorrow workshop, to describe the activities and results achieved by the SMS research project, including the new automated measurement applications to measure algal toxins (saxitoxin, domoic acid, okadaic acid) and specific algal species in coastal water, by the Enzyme Linked Immuno-Magnetic Optical (ELIMO) technology applied in the μMac-Smart.
Le 12 06 2017
SMS will participate to the Oceans Conference in Aberdeen, Scotland from 19 –22 June 2017.
The prestigious OCEANS series of conferences is recognised as the premier forum for the international marine community to meet and discuss topical issues in a format of easy information exchange. OCEANS brings together engineers, scientists, managers and policy makers from all aspects of the oceanic spectrum.
Together with other 'Ocean of Tomorrow' FP7 projects, SMS willl take part to the "SENSOR and SYSTEM Innovations for the Oceans of Tomorrow" workshop organised on the Thursday 22nd June 2017. You can find more information here.
OCEANS also features an associated trade exhibition with companies and institutions representing the wide range of activities found in the marine community. SMS will have a booth during the exhibition : don't hesitate to come to our booth and exchange with us!
For more information: http://www.oceans17mtsieeeaberdeen.org/
Le 12 06 2017
The 4th SMS Annual Meeting was held on May 10-12 2016 in Volos, Greece and was hosted by the University of Thessaly.
The goals of the meeting were to:
1. Assess the progress made by the project in terms of biosensors development, preconcentration and sampling unit development, field testing and explotiations of the project's results
2. Identify possible challenges and discuss contengency plans to overcome these challenges
3. Adress the next steps and the project's future
On the second and third days of the meeting, some SMS partners proceeded to sampling in coastal and pelagic locations around Alonissos (EL).
Le 18 04 2017
Our partner SYSTEA has been interviewed on Italian TV following their award winning at the Nutrient Sensor Challenge.
Discover the reportage here : http://www.video.mediaset.it/video/tg5/servizio/una-sonda-speciale_707462.html