ShipTech 2011 Abstracts Due November 10

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Abstracts for ShipTech 2011 on March 15-16 in Biloxi, Miss. are due on this Wednesday, November 10. Abstracts can be uploaded on the NMC website: http://www.ncemt.ctc.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=events.callabs&eventID=69 

Call for Abstracts:
ShipTech 2011 is accepting abstracts for presentations on technology initiatives that improve U.S. shipbuilding and repair efficiencies and reduce total ownership cost through the use of innovative systems, processes or technologies. Suggested topic areas are listed below, but selected abstracts are not limited to these areas:
•    Advanced Materials
•    Business Processes
•    Combat Systems
•    Electrical Technologies
•    Innovative Technologies
•    Power & Propulsion
•    Product Design
•    Production Processes
•    Surface Preparation/Coatings
•    Systems Technologies
•    Welding

Important Dates for Abstract Submissions
Deadline for Abstraction Submissions    November 10, 2010
Notification of Acceptance/Denial    December 6, 2010
Presentation Due to NMC    February 23, 2011
 

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