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Janus general discussion forum

Janus general discussion forum


Introduce yourself!

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Well, welcome to the JANUS wiki, we hope you'll find good things here and leave some for others.

I'm John Potter, currently the lead PI on the Communications and Networking task at NURC, which is responsible for JANUS and this site.

I'm inviting you to introduce yourself and your interest in JANUS so we can all get to know a little more about each other in this community.

Enjoy!
John.
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> Well, welcome to the JANUS wiki, we hope you'll find good things here and leave some for others.
>
> I'm John Potter, currently the lead PI on the Communications and Networking task at NURC, which is responsible for JANUS and this site.
>
> I'm inviting you to introduce yourself and your interest in JANUS so we can all get to know a little more about each other in this community.
>
> Enjoy!
> John.

Hi John,
Thanks for including me on the JANUS Wiki.

I'm Garry Heard, defence scientist at DRDC Atlantic. My group works in off-board sensing and underwater communications.

gar
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Hello John and all,
Glad to see this wiki and forum getting up.

I'm Roald Otnes, scientist at the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI). My research interests are signal processing, underwater sensors, and communications. I have been in charge of the development of the demonstrator system NILUS (Networked Intelligent Underwater Sensors) at FFI.

Before "going under water" in 2004, I was working in HF radio communications.

-Roald
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Hello John and all,
great to see JANUS-Wiki running!

I'm Commander Frank Thiede, Staff Officer Underwater Warfare Operations at the "Centre of Excellence for Operations in Confined and Shallow Waters" in Kiel/Germany. As a Subject Matter Expert I'm working in the field of Countering Underwater Threats from an operational perspective.

Frank
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Hello All,

I'm one of the scientists working on the communications and networking team at NURC, which I joined roughly 1 year ago. I have been working on underwater systems for more than 15 years both in University and Industry.

Looking forward for exciting discussions

Joao Alves