Events

Scotland Underwater Archaeology Conference

On 7th and 8th December 2018, Scotland’s Underwater Archaeology Conference will bring together academic, commercial and governmental archaeologists at the forefront of maritime archaeology in Scotland to present current research, to discuss and improve capacity and standards in the discipline and to foster a culture of collaboration and ambition within the community.

Coastal Futures

Review and Future Trend

January 23rd & 24th 2019 at Royal Geographical Society, Kensington, London

Coastal Futures brings together over 300 delegates from over 140+ organisations every year to discuss a wide range of coastal and marine issues. 

MEDIN will be presenting 'Working together to improve access to marine data', book your place! We look forward to seeing you there!
 

OceanWise Scottish Marine Data Workshop

OceanWise are running free workshops again this year for those working in, or interested in, Marine Data and GIS.

Timings: 9.30 -16.30 + a closed session at 16.30 for those in the Scottish Data Framework

Cost: Free to attend. 

Registration: on our event page or contact Katie Eades, +44(0) 1420 768762

Why Attend? 

CIfA2019 Archaeology Conference

On Friday 26th April, Peter McKeague (Historic Environment Scotand) and Katie Green (Archaeology Data Service) will give be giving a talk entitled 'Dead Man's Chest: Historic Environment Data Archive Centres and MEDIN (Marine Environmental Data and Information Network)' as part of the Offshore Development: Creating a Legacy for Marine Archaeology session at the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists Annual conference in Leeds.

Marine Data Exchange Hackathon

The Crown Estate is excited to be hosting a Marine Data Exchange Hackathon on 29th March 2019 in London.  This hackathon will challenge participants to tell the story of the Marine Data Exchange through exciting and impactful data visualisations and infographics.

EMODnet Open Sea Lab Hackathon II

Are you a Developer? Communicator? Designer? Scientist?

Join us and develop innovative solutions with marine open data to address blue society challenges!

 

After the success of the first EMODnet Open Sea Lab hackathon in November 2017 in Antwerp (Belgium)

which gathered about 50 participants from fifteen countries, the European Commission DG MARE has

decided to reiterate the experience in organising a second edition of this open data competition.

MEDIN needs your input!

Please fill in this short survey which will only take around 10 minutes to complete. The survey is to help MEDIN find out just how valuable a service it provides to the UK marine community . It will take around 10 minutes to complete.

Copernicus Marine Service Training Workshop for the European North-West Shelf Seas

Mercator Ocean International and the UK Met Office organize on Deember 12th-13th 2019 in Galway, Ireland, a Regional Copernicus Marine Service Training Workshop dedcated to the North-West shelf Seas.