1423 Powhatan St., Suite 1
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Phone (703) 836-6727
Fax (703) 836-7491
The Intelligent Ships Symposium is a biennial naval engineering conference that offers technical presentations, expert panels, and networking opportunities to our community of professionals. 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.
Active Duty/Reservist Active Status (O-4 and above) and Gov. Civilians (All GS levels). No Contractors.
(US Government Active-Duty & Reservist Active Status)
ASNE is excited to announce we now offer discounts on large group registrations!
(Restrictions apply – see below for details*)
- Groups of 25-49 paid attendees: 10% discount
- Groups or 50-99 paid attendees: 20% discount
- Groups or 100-200 paid attendees: 25% discount
- Groups over 200 paid attendeess: 33% discount
*Restriction: Discount does not apply to membership and cannot be combined with other offers. All individuals must be registered for the same event at the applicable price point and on one invoice. $0 registrations are excluded from the group count for discount purposes.
For more information, and to get your group registered, please call 703-836-6727 or email ASNEHQ@navalengineers.org
The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) 2023 Intelligent Ships Symposium is accepting abstract submissions for technical papers and presentations.
The Intelligent Ships Symposium is a biennial conference that brings the professional naval engineering community together in Philadelphia 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 warfighting 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 the ISS Technical Program Committee Chair (ISS@navalengineers.org). All papers must be cleared for public release (Distro A) or sent via encrypted email provided it does not contain controlled information above FOUO.
Abstracts must include: