|21 Oct 2015 through 23 Oct 2015|
|Physical Science & Math > Ocean/Water|
The International Conference on Marine Technology to be held in Novorossiysk organised by the Admiral Ushakov Maritime State University and the Wessex Institute, UK aims to discuss new developments in traditional and advanced marine techniques in a variety of topics.
The substantial growth of maritime shipping and cruise ships, together with the rapid advances in naval engineering for military as well as civilian uses has resulted in rapid changes in many fields. They include management, operation, design and manufacture of ship and maritime works. Added to this are the substantial advances in the field of offshore hydrocarbon exploitation, and shipping with the need to address the associated environmental risk.
The conference will address both advances in traditional as well as improvement in marine engineering techniques, including modern areas of research and development on a variety of topics listed below, as well as others relevant to the objectives of the meeting.
Navigation and ship operations
Shipbuilding and design
Materials and fabrication in shipbuilding
Ship propulsion, equipment and automation
Reliability and safety in marine technology
Deep sea systems and vehicles
Offshore hydrocarbons exploration and exploitation
Monitoring and response
Education, training and knowledge dissemination
Ship and port operations
Material degradation and corrosion
Marine engineering works
24 October 2014
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