First Announcement and Call for Papers
"Workshop on Environmental Technologies
in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, 2022"
The purpose of the workshop is to make active and substantial discussions among modest groups including students.
We desire your attendance and papers earnestly.
The topics can be assumed broadly without adhering to following and papers or talks on anything discussable will be welcome.
- Hydrodynamics of ships and offshore structure
- Renewable energy in the ocean
- Other frontier problems
Following distinguished researchers will be invited as special lecturers:
- Prof. Shiu-Wu Chau (National Taiwan Univ.)
- Prof. Jen-Hwa Guo (National Taiwan Univ.)
- Prof. Suandar Baso (Hasanuddin Univ.)
CALL FOR PAPERS
Authors are invited to submit extended abstracts of proposed papers or talks in English about four pages of 'A4' paper including some figures.
The power point (ppt) for the presentation is also acceptable.
DATE AND PLACE
from 13:00 on 8 (Thu) - to 17:00 on 9 (Fri) Dec 2022
Library Hall, Central Library of Hiroshima University
PARTICIPATION IN THE WORKSHOP
If you are considering to attend the workshop, please fill in the attached form and return it to the address indicated.
You will receive the detailed information in due time.
The official language of the workshop is English.
Registration fee is as follows:
- 2,000 JPY for member of JASNAOE
- 4,000 JPY for non-member of JASNAOE
- 0 JPY (free of charge) for student member of JASNAOE
- 2,000 JPY for student non-member of JASNAOE
The workshop is supported by JASNAOE (The Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers).
Reply received: 25 (Fri) Nov 2022
Abstracts/ppt received: 2 (Fri) Dec 2022
Workshop: 8 (Thu) - 9 (Fri) Dec 2022
The workshop is organized by the members of the performance & dynamics research group in the west branch of JASNAOE.
Main members of the organizing committee of the workshop are as follows:
Prof. Hidetsugu Iwashita
Kagamiyama 1-4-1, Higashi-Hiroshima, 739-8527 JAPAN
E-mail: iwashita[at]naoe.hiroshima-u.ac.jp (Please convert [at] to @.)