Applied Marine Acoustics with Practical Signal Processing

Want to improve your of understand of underwater acoustics?

Need a hands-on-approach to solving marine acoustic problems?

Want to critically analyse technical noise reports?

Are you a budding marine acoustician?


Then this course is for you. With the acoustical principles now being employed in various multidisciplinary fields such as biology, chemistry, climate change, geology, and zoology, there is a strong need for an interdisciplinary and hands-on approach to learning.

Encompassing all these fields is the vast amounts of data that can be gathered from a various array of sensors in the ocean. A knowledge of understanding and processing these datasets to make regulatory and financial decisions is of paramount commercial importance nowadays.


This course provides a unique opportunity to learn about the marine acoustic environment by focusing on assembling the physical principles of acoustics with various signal processing techniques. At the end of this course, the delegates will be equipped with practical skills and tools that they can immediately use in either a commercial or a research setting.


The course material is designed based on the current and the past scientific research principles of underwater acoustics and the content is fine-tuned towards real-world industrial applications. The 2.5 days course includes a set of lectures, practical workshops and group discussions that explore the wide range of interdisciplinary fields that marine acoustics integrates.

Processing of acoustic signals forms an essential part of understanding the marine acoustic environment. The methods and techniques that can extract useful information out of the marine data are presented in the lectures and delegates will implement them during the workshops.


Agencies, consultants, contractors, engineers, enthusiasts, managers, regulators, students and young scientists.


Basic knowledge of acoustics and the marine environment.


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