SHIPTECH 2012 Call for Abstracts: Deadline Extended

press release
Thursday, October 20, 2011

ShipTech 2012 will be held on February 14-15 at the Rosen Plaza in Orlando, FL. Deadline for Abstracts has been extended to October 28th 2011.

ShipTech 2012 is currently 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
  • Abstracts can be submitted via the Navy Metalworking Center website by OCTOBER 28, 2011

 

ShipTech 2012 is sponsored by the Office of Naval Research – Navy Manufacturing Center and the National Shipbuilding Research Program. The National Shipbuilding Research Program is led by ATI, SCRA’s Applied R&D affiliate.
 

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