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Upcoming ASNE Call for Abstracts Deadlines

Upcoming ASNE Call for Abstracts Deadlines
Created by mccue@navalengineers.org on 1/10/2018 10:44:01 AM


The American Society of Naval Engineers has a busy 2018 filled with symposia offering technical publication opportunities. Read on to learn about events with open calls for papers.

MegaRust

  • Theme: Corrosion Control: Enabling Affordability, Mission Readiness and Force Extension
  • About MegaRust: MegaRust is conducted annually to provide a consolidated focus on Navy corrosion issues. Corrosion is a major factor in the readiness and total ownership cost of naval systems and this conference is intended to provide updated information on programs, policies, standards and Fleet experience related to corrosion and to promote discussion and sharing of information on technologies and strategies for controlling corrosion.
  • Symposium Dates: May 22-24, 2018
  • Symposium Location: San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
  • URL: http://www.navalengineers.org/Symposia/MegaRust-2018
  • Call for Abstracts Deadline: February 9, 2018
  • Call for Student Posters Deadline: April 2, 2018
Technology, Systems and Ships (TSS) - formerly ASNE Day
  • Theme: Designing, Building and Sustaining the Future Fleet
  • About TSS: Technology, Systems & Ships 2018 has moved to June 18-20, 2018 to best accommodate Navy discussion of the upcoming shipbuilding portfolio. This event will showcase new programs such as the new FFG(X) as well as programs of PEO Ships, PEO LCS, PEO Carriers, PEO IWS, and PEO Submarines. This will be the 2018 event to get a full understanding of the direction the Navy is taking regarding future ships, systems and technologies. Beyond the shipbuilding programs, other topics such as ship modernization, weapon systems, combat systems, and C5ISR will be discussed. This event provides industry an opportunity to showcase their platforms and technologies that should be considered by the Navy’s acquisition and engineering communities. The venue for this event will be FHI 360 located in Washington, DC which provides an intimate environment for one-on-one discussion with Navy decision makers.
  • Symposium Dates: June 18-20, 2018
  • Symposium Location: FHI 360 Conference Center, Washington DC
  • URL: http://www.navalengineers.org/Symposia/TSS2018
  • Call for Abstracts Deadline: February 2, 2018
Multi-Agency Craft Conference (MACC)
  • About MACC: The Multi-Agency Craft Conference (MACC) is an open forum for the exchange of operational and technical information on small boats and craft between Government agencies and the maritime community. Information on new technologies and new product offerings as well as information on Army and Navy service craft, Navy and Coast Guard patrol boats, Navy and USMC expeditionary craft, and Naval Special Warfare craft are highlighted in chaired technical presentations, vendor and agency displays, and in-water demonstrations. For 2018, MACC is expanding its reach to include technical content and exhibits historically featured as part of the ASNE Launch and Recovery Symposium. Since its founding in 2005, the Launch & Recovery Symposium (L&R) addressed the launch, recovery, and operations of manned and unmanned vehicles from marine platforms. Manned and unmanned vehicles include helicopters, rotorcraft, fixed-wing aircraft, RHIBs, high-speed craft, tenders, UAV, USV, UUV, and many more. The scope of L&R includes the launch and recovery systems, the host marine platforms, and the vehicles themselves-all of which are evolving at a rapid pace. By combining MACC and Launch and Launch and Recovery into a single event, authors, attendees, and exhibitors get the value of both Symposia under one tent. As a special addition for MACC 2018, the MACC technical program will include a Planing Hull Simulation Grand challenge.
  • Symposium Dates: July 17-19, 2018
  • Sumposium Location: USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, Maryland
  • URL: http://www.navalengineers.org/Symposia/MACC-2018
  • Call for Abstracts Deadline: April 20, 2018
Fleet Maintenance and Modernization Symposium (FMMS)
  • Theme: Readiness, Wholeness and Future Capability — Keys to Expanding Maritime Superiority.
  • About FMMS: The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) Fleet Maintenance & Modernization Symposium is an annual event, alternating between Hampton Roads and San Diego, bringing together the entire naval ship maintenance and modernization community like no other forum. FMMS 2018 will include prominent guest speakers, panelists and paper presentations from the Navy, Coast Guard, industry and academia; providing a unique opportunity to interact with senior military and civil service decision makers, ship and craft operators and maintainers, repair and maintenance personnel, designers, builders, planners, engineers, program managers, life cycle engineers, equipment suppliers and other technical experts.
  • Symposium Dates: September 17-20, 2018
  • Symposium Location: Virginia Beach Convention Center
  • URL: http://www.navalengineers.org/Symposia/FMMS-2018
  • Call for Abstracts Deadline: March 16, 2018
Interested in helping review submissions? ASNE welcomes volunteers! Please send an e-mail to mccue@navalengineers.org with your area of technical expertise to be connected to the right technical papers committee chair.

Partner organization events:

International Ship Control Systems Symposium (iSCSS)

  • Theme: Revolutionary Technology Inspiring Ship Control.
  • About iSCSS: The Ship Control Systems Symposium was an initiative started by the government defence departments in Canada, The Netherlands, UK and USA with the objective to promote knowledge sharing and collaboration between member nations in ship control systems concepts, design, operation and support as well as to provide a professional and public forum for commercial marine, industry, government, academia and naval engineering communities. The symposia series was organised 14 times rotating between the four nations from 1966 until 2009. In 2018, it is relaunched as the International Ship Control Systems Symposium (iSCSS) 2018 and will be held alongside INEC 2018 focussing on the rapid development of new revolutionary technologies and the impact on future control system strategies for both naval vessels and commercial ships.
  • Symposium Dates: October 2-4, 2018
  • Symposium Location: Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow, UK
  • URL: https://www.inec.org.uk/iscss
  • Call for Abstracts Deadline: January 22, 2018
International Naval Engineering Conference (INEC)
  • Theme: Inspiring Naval Engineering.
  • About INEC: The International Naval Engineering Conference brings together engineers, seafarers, scientists, researchers and students from government organisations, industry and academia, to present and discuss their views, opinions, experiences and studies on developments in naval engineering.
  • Symposium Dates: October 2-4, 2018
  • Symposium Location: Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow, UK
  • URL: https://www.inec.org.uk
  • Call for Abstracts Deadline: January 22, 2018
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