Michael Menduno is a dedicated scuba diving veteran who started his career in 1976. His professional achievements certainly include being the co-founder and editor-in-chief of InDepth, an online diving magazine published by Global Underwater Explorers (GUE). The magazine always covers interesting topics and is a great source of knowledge for the diving community. For his work as a reporter and as a diving technology specialist, Michael has received many awards and recognitions. It is undoubtedly worth mentioning at this point that he is the author of the term “technical diving”.
In addition to InDepth, Menduno is a senior editor for DAN Europe’s Alert Diver magazine, a contributing editor for X-Ray mag, and a staff for DeeperBlue.com. He is also on the board of the Historical Diving Society (USA), and an associate member of the Rebreather Training Council.
The invitation of Michael to participate in the upcoming edition of Diving Talks shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. The organizers announced that the lineup of speakers will include the most accomplished experts in their respective fields, and it’s hard to imagine a better choice in regards to technical diving than a man with such a great background.
His magazine aquaCORPS: The Journal for Technical Diving (1990-1996), helped usher tech diving into mainstream sports diving. Menduno also co-organized the Enriched Air Nitrox Workshop (1992), and produced the first Tek.Conference (1993-1996), EUROTek (1994), and ASIATek (1995) conferences in the nineties.
Rebreathers and related technologies have been his great passion for nearly 30 years. Michael Menduno organized and co-chaired the highly acclaimed Rebreather Forums 1.0 (1994) and Rebreather Forum 2.0 (1996) with engineer Tracy Robinette, was also a presenter at Rebreather Forum 3 in Orlando, Florida (2012), and organized Rebreather Forum 4, held in Malta (2023).
If you’re passionate about technical diving, technology and exploration, then you definitely have to be on Michael Menduno’s lecture. The Diving Talks 2023 diving congress will be a great opportunity to do so, so book your tickets and plan your stay in Lisbon today!
The organizers have announced that they expect 8 to 10 panels, talks and debates that will cover the most exciting topics. So it should come as no surprise that they expect more than 300 attendees from around the world and 25,000 online participants.
Diving talks 2023 is the international diving show, that will bring to Portugal the world’s leading divers, showing their best of the best recent achievements. It is definitely a unique opportunity to take part in one of the most important diving events of the year, and at the same time get to know beautiful Lisbon and dive in Portuguese waters.
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