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You are invited to a Global Foundation for Ocean Exploration Zoom webinar.
When: May 20, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: The ROVs of Deep-Ocean Exploration Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/4815892153333/WN_cnmaEjQiRSC_E2wmehyOJA

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. If you are an educator or parent, we also have an online Education Module about Ocean Engineering that focuses on ROVs.

 
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Webinar SpeakersBobby Mohr (Electrical Engineer @Global Foundation for Ocean Exploration)
Bobby Mohr is a Systems/Robotics Engineer, specializing in autonomous and remotely operated underwater vehicles. He holds a B.S. in physics and graduated cum laude from Davidson College in 2009. Bobby started his career as an engineering technician with Greensea Systems where he was responsible for the design, development, and testing of autonomous underwater vehicle control systems. Like many of our engineers, Bobby realized that he would enjoy the design-build process more if he was able to also pursue the challenges of making vehicles work successfully at sea.

After serving on several projects at Greensea where he specialized in electrical and software systems support, Bobby joined the Ocean Exploration program as an electrical systems engineer. During his time at Greensea and now with NOAA, he has been one of the key electrical engineers on the development of our 6000-meter-rated remotely operated vehicle system, Deep Discoverer and Seirios.

Chris Ritter (Mechanical Engineer @Global Foundation for Ocean Exploration)
Chris first joined our group on the Cayman Rise Expedition in 2011, just prior to being hired full time by NAVSEA. For the next three years, an informal NAVSEA-NOAA relationship allowed Chris to continue to participate in our design, engineering, and offshore operations. Chris holds a B.S. in Ocean Engineering and a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Virginia Tech with a minor in mathematics.

Chris has been a major contributor to our design-build process and a tremendous asset to our offshore operations. He is a skilled navigator, pilot, and co-pilot of our vehicles and brings with him a level of enthusiasm that everyone around him appreciates and respects. In late 2014, Chris joined our Mechanical Engineering team full time and he is enthusiastic about training the next generation and tackling new projects.