CAMBS - AUTOMATING AN ANTARCTIC RESEARCH STATION, OR HOW TO DO SOMETHING HARD, REALLY HARD!
Mike Rose is Head of Science Engineering at the British Antarctic Survey. He wintered at Halley 4 station in 1989 and 1990 as an electronics maintenance engineer looking after upper atmospheric science experiments including large radars and optical instruments and HF receivers. He continued with these interests and diversified into environmental power and autonomous systems. During the construction of Halley VI, Mike was the deputy project manager with particular responsibilities for the science facilities and programme. He is currently responsible for all electronic engineering activities within the survey with a particular interest in project and risk management.
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