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Education & Professional Development of Engineers in the Maritime Industry - 2012 Conference Papers

14-15 November 2012, Southampton, UK                                                                      Sponsored byInternational Paintslogo

The next Education & Professional Development of Engineers in the Maritime Industry will be held in 20 - 21st September 2016 in Singapore

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ISBN No:978-1-909024-07-6

Conference 2012 Contents List

The International Conference Education & Professional Development of Engineers in the Maritime Industry papers are available in either printed or CD-ROM format. The CD-ROM version also contains the presentors Powerpoint presentations.

  • Bridging the Gap Between Research and Industry by A K Shetty, Bureau Veritas, India
  • Roles of Alumni Associations in Professional Development of Engineers in Maritime Technology by K Sivaprasad & A A Kumar, Cochin University of Science and Technology, India
  • A Graduate’s View: Student Internships and Placements by A Watt, Lloyd’s Register Group Ltd, UK
  • Teaching Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering in Cooperation with Industry by A Kraus, Hochschule Bremen, Germany
  • Piecemeal Approach to Development of STCW and the Consequences ­ A Case for Comprehensive Review of the Current Maritime Education and Training Standards by R Ziarati, Piri Reis University, Tuzla, Istanbul, Turkey and M Ziarati, Centre for Factories of the Future, Coventry University Technology Park, Coventry, UK
  • The Marine Skills Gap and its Impact on Industry by N Desty, Matchtech, UK
  • How Should Industry Achieve the Right Skill Set in Developing Engineers? by R B Ilyat, Lloyd's Register Group Ltd, UK
  • Group Working and Project Assessment in Undergraduate Ship Design Assignments by G A Keane, D J  Taunton, D A  Hudson, and S R Turnock, Ship Science, University of Southampton
  • Four Decades of Learning, Teaching and Doing; But can it be Transferred? by B Boon, Bart Boon Research and Consultancy, the Netherlands
  • Delivering Ship Design Education at a Distance by E Muk-Pavic, N Bradbeer and D Fellows, Marine Research Group, UCL and T McDonald, Atkins Oil & Gas, UK
  • The SMEP (Systematic Management Of Engineering Projects) Approach for Tackling a Project by C Kuo, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland
  • Experience From my M Eng Course and Preparing my Individual Project by P Dow, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK and now Babcock International, Rosyth, UK
  • “Industry Expects” A Blueprint for Engineering Professional Development from a Portsmouth Fleet Support Perspective by R E Passingham, S G Trevenna, BAE Systems Maritime Services, UK
  • The Design and Development of a Blended Learning module in Marine Craft Materials and Production Technology by G R Firth, Southampton Solent University, U.K
  • Attracting & Equipping Yacht Design and Production Graduates for Employment in Today’s Yacht Design & Manufacturing Industry by G. S. Barkley, Southampton Solent University, UK
  • A Review of the Safety Culture for Developing Maritime Safety by Y Kwon, Chosun University, Korea
  • Orchestrating Problem Based Learning: A Case Study of Conceptual Ship Design for Non Specalists by U Patel and J S Carlton, School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, City University London, UK and M Tscholl, Computer Science Department, UCL, London, UK

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