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Coming April 28-29, 2021, ASNE's biennial conference Intelligent Ships Symposium (ISS)! The Intelligent Ships Symposium brings the professional naval engineering community together to present the latest technological advancements from keynote speakers, technical presentations and expert panels comprised of subject matter experts and leaders from academia, industry, and government. ISS is generally held in Philadelphia, PA. Due to our current state, we are evaluating if we will have to go virtual. Either way in-person or virtual, the ISS Planning Committee is busy creating an engaging 2 day agenda. The emphasis of this year's symposium will be on recent advances in Intelligent Systems and the challenges that lie ahead for the next generation of Intelligent ships.
Be on the lookout for more ISS details to come!
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Questions for the Intelligent Ships Symposium Committee? Please email: ISS@navalengineers.org
The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) 2021 Intelligent Ships Symposium is "NOW" accepting abstract submissions for technical papers and presentations. ISSXIV is tentatively scheduled for April 28-29, 2021.
The Intelligent Ships Symposium is a biennial conference that brings the professional naval engineering community together in Philadelphia (unless the need to go virtual) to present the latest technological advancements from keynote speakers, technical presentations and expert panels comprised of subject matter experts and leaders from academia, industry, and government. This collaborative event will focus on engineering advances in intelligent ship systems to improve the Navy's war fighting advantage.
Potential paper topics include:
One page, 250 word maximum abstracts should be submitted in MS Word format or Adobe Acrobat as an attachment to an email to ISS@navalengineers.org by January 15, 2021. All papers must be cleared for public release (Distro A).
Abstracts must include:
For complete details, view/download the ISS Call for Papers Info Flyer
Direct questions and abstracts to: ISS@navalengineers.org