The event started with lunch outside on the fjord-front patio with the grilling of sausages and mingling. After lunch, the students were divided into two groups, where they attended master project pitch presentations and Ocean lab demos.
The master presentations were related to two different digital technologies. The first presentation was about reducing pollution at wastewater resource recycling facilities, and the second presentation was about monitoring the fjord environment and underwater communications. Five master students presented their projects to a fully packed seminar room on the 2nd floor. The presentations were insightful and informative, providing a deeper understanding of the subject matter.
In addition to the presentations, two master students, one PhD student, and two teachers held demonstrations related to their projects. The demonstrations were a great way to showcase the practical application of their research and provided an opportunity for the attendees to see the results of the projects in action.
The event was so engaging that it went an hour over time, thanks to the enthusiastic bachelor students who participated. The event also provided a platform for students to showcase their research.
Overall, the master project pitch presentations and Ocean lab demos were a great success. The event not only provided valuable insights and knowledge to the attendees but also showcased the innovative work being done by the students and teachers at the department.