IMarEST’s 14th International Naval Engineering Conference and Exhibition now open for registration
IMarEST’s International Naval Engineering Conference and Exhibition (INEC) is the leading even for naval engineers. This year’s theme for the 14th edition of the event is ‘Inspiring Naval Engineering’, and it will also incorporate the long established International Ship Control Systems Symposium (iSCSS) which theme will be ‘Revolutionary Technology Inspiring Ship Control’. Both events will be held from 2 to 4 October 2018 at the Technology & Innovation Centre in Glasgow (UK).
INEC and iSCSS are the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) Learned Society events. They offer all participants Continuing Professional Development (CPD) approved by IMarEST. For attendees, the event offers the opportunity to learn from the 100+ technical papers from over 20 countries being presented in October, which cover a broad range of innovative subject areas such as: including Submarines, Systems engineering, Waste heat recovery, Power systems, Exploitation of marine robotic systems, Applied mechanics, Enhanced and autonomous navigation, Electric weapon system integration, Engine control, Standards, Damage control and survivability, Energy storage, System identification and simulation, Power and propulsion, Aviation integration, Real time control of power systems, Safety, Support, Ship design: Safety and environmental, Energy management, Navigation, Electrical power management, Human factors, Digital transformation, Electric and hybrid, Environmental compliance, Power conversion, UXV, QEC Class, and Ship Design Future Concepts.
INEC and iSCSS also offer the opportunity to hear keynote speakers such as Capt Matt Bolton (Royal Navy – RN), Chairman of INEC 2018, Lt Cdr Rinze Geertsma (Royal Netherland Navy – RNLN), Chairman of iSCSS 2018, Rangesh Kasturi, President of L3 MAPPS, Commodore Peter Knipping MBE RNLN, Chief Naval Engineering Officer at the RNLN, and Read Admiral Paul Methven, Director Submarine Acquisition at the RN.
For a full list of keynote addresses click here: https://www.inec.org.uk/news/story/KEYNOTE-SPEAKERS-ANNOUNCED-FOR-14TH-INTERNATIONAL-NAVAL-ENGINEERING-CONFERENCE-AND-EXHIBITION-and-IN
INEC/iSCSS 2018 AT A GLANCE
· Over 300 expert participants from over 20 countries
· Over 100 Peer-reviewed technical papers (INEC/iSCSS)
· Continuing Professional Development (CPD) approved by IMarEST
· Excellent networking opportunities and social programme for INEC and iSCSS including a Reception at the Riverside Museum at the close of day two plus Industrial Visits
· The Sir Donald Gosling Award (encompassing iSCSS) open to authors aged 35 years or under
· Preferential rates for IMarEST Members, Marine Partners and Supporting Organisations, IMarEST Student Members, Sponsors, Academics and Navy personnel
. Over 15 focused exhibition stands
For a programme overview, click here: https://www.inec.org.uk/assets/files/INEC_iSCSS_2018_Web_Prog_A4_HR.pdf
The Principal Sponsor for INEC and iSCSS 2018 is L3 MAPPS. Major Sponsors include Rolls-Royce, BMT and Babcock International Group. Supporters include US Office of Naval Research (ONR), KIVI, The Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE), SUT and UKNEST with special thanks to Glasgow City Council. The Official Publication is The Marine Professional and Media Partner is Naval Forces. INEC and iSCSS through IMarEST is also pleased to be supporting the ‘Year of Engineering’ 2018 in the UK.