2011 Annual SNAME Meeting CALL for Papers

Thursday, January 27, 2011

SNAME announced its call for papers for its 2011 annual meeting November 16 – 18, 2011, in Houston , Texas. Papers are welcome which aim to advance the art, science, and practice of:
- Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
- Ship Construction and Operation
- Ocean Engineering
- Offshore Technology
- And other Marine-Related Fields

Other General Areas of Interest Include:
- Environmental Considerations
- Human Factors
- Lifecycle Engineering
- Marine Economics
- Material technology
- Pipelines and Risers
- Regulatory Issues
- Renewable Ocean Energy
- Safety and Stability
- Structures and Hydrodynamics
- Subsea Technology
- Transportation Systems

SNAME Annual Meeting & Expo
Extended Abstracts due: Jan 31, 2011
Abstracts Accepted: March 1, 2011
Submit to: AM2011@SNAME.ORG

Ship Production Symposium
Extended abstracts Due: March 1, 2011
Abstracts accepted: June 1, 2011
Submit to: SPSPapers@SNAME.org
 

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