Working in the Wet 2016 - Call for papers
August 09, 2015
You are invited to submit abstracts for the 2016 Working in the Wet conference to be held again at the Winchester Science Centre, Winchester, Hampshire next April.
Working in the Wet provides a platform for Contractors, Consultants and providers of services associated with working in the water environment to present projects and new advances. In addition it offers an excellent opportunity for networking between sessions in the exhibition area.
We are keen to expand the topics for next year's event which in the past has covered such areas as:-
- Renewable energies from current flows
- Complexities in both design and installation of structures
- Working in remote locations
- Updates in Legalisation in respect to Consent and new EU directives
The day is split into 4 sessions, the two morning sessions comprising 4 presentations and the afternoon comprising two sessions with three presentations.
For 2016 the organising committee is keen to promote Young Professionals and is considering opening the morning's session two, prior to lunch, to papers presented by the YPs. These would be judged by the audience and a small prize presented to the winner at the afternoon break.
Any and all expressions of interest and the outline of potential papers' themes need to be with ICE by the 30th October 2015. They should be submitted electronically in MS Word format to Anne Qualters at:email@example.com
Abstracts should be in English, limited to one A4 page and should include the title, an abstract of the proposed paper and the author's affiliation.
Full contact details for the Author should be submitted on a separate sheet.
Acceptance of abstracts:
Abstracts will be reviewed by ICE South Branch's Maritime Special Interest Group's Conference Committee and its relevant section members and potential authors will be notified of acceptance as soon as possible after the closing date. Note that all expenses incurred in the preparation of the abstracts and presentation of the papers are the responsibility of the Author.