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Ships' life-cycle Online Conference 2021


31 March-1 April 2021

Submit your Abstract before 8 February 2021

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Introduction

With an increasing competition in the global market and rising environmental regulations, life cycle assessment aims to achieve cost  effectiveness  and  to  minimize  the  risk  of environmental   impacts. These requirements have introduced the need of Life  Cycle  Management  Systems among other tools. The vessel’s environmental impact starts from the time it is being built until it is scrapped. As these are long life assets, it greatly benefits from an early assessment from the design phase, through construction, operation maintenance and, scrapping and recycling


Topics

 

To further investigate the innovation in Ships' life-cycle, in all sectors, RINA invites papers from naval architects, class societies, operators, researchers, and builders on all related topics, including but not limited to:

  • Initial Planning and Ordering
  • Ship Building process, including Contract, Production, Material and Equipment Purchase, Steel Cutting, Assembly and Mounting, Launching, Sea Trial and Delivery
  • Yards, facilities, and infrastructures. Dry Docking and Afloat
  • Ship Operation. Practices, training, health & safety
  • Ship recycling
  • Market, Ships and Boats. Marine, Offshore, Naval and Oil & Gas
  • Environmental, Safety and other Regulations. Inspections
  • Electrical and automation repairs. Electrical panels, Cable routing, Consoles and Electrical Motors/ Alternators
  • Spare Parts purchasing and delivery
  • Green Technologies retrofitting
  • Maintenance Software development

Selected papers may be published in the Transactions of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects


Register Interest 

Click here to register your interest in the Maritime Innovation/EmergingTechnologies Online Conference  and receive updates as they become available.

If you have questions please contact:conference@rina.org.uk

Conference fees

Members: £250+VAT= £300

Non members: £270+VAT= £324

*There is no speaker fee in online conferences

We offer sponsored conference places for Student Members and Associate Members in full time education. For more information or to request a place, contact Nick Cox at 


Call for papers

Abstracts may be submitted at Call for Papers

Download call for papers

Conference Venue

The Maritime Innovation/Emerging Technologies Online Conference will be held  online using Zoom. https://zoom.us/

It is not necessary to have a Zoom account to attend, but those attending will be asked to download the Zoom App if not already downloaded. If you are unable to download, install, or run applications you may join from your browser. However, the experience from the browser is limited.


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RINA provides digital sponsorship opportunities which allow you to showcase your company and target your message with our Webinar Events.

For pricing and customized  proposals contact Aftab Perwaiz on +44 7767791180, or email


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