Abstract submission closed:
The abstract submission is now closed. The review process is started and notification to authors is estimated to be sent within 22 February.
Call for paper:
Paper abstracts and final papers are submitted on-line through the link given in the left sidebar. The local topics and the conference core topics are listed under Technical Program. The Proceedings of OCEANS'13 MTS/IEEE Bergen will be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
Paper abstract should clearly explains the intended paper and its technical significance.
Paper abstract (or a short paper version) should be up to two pages long including figures, equations and references.
Paper abstract is to be uploaded in pdf format.
Papers must be original work.
Papers shall not be advertisements or overly commercial
Call for Student poster:
The Student Poster Competition is open to all engineering and science undergraduate and graduate students of any tertiary level university or college worldwide. The papers of those students who are selected for the Student Poster Competition and who present posters at the conference will be published in the IEEE Xplore database as part of the Conference Proceedings. All students selected for the Student Paper Competition receive a complimentary full conference registration and an allowance for travel and conference expenses. Those student poster submissions that are not selected for the Student Poster Competition will be evaluated for inclusion in the regular technical program and, if accepted, may be presented in one of the technical sessions. Financial support is not available in the latter case and, as with all regular papers, a full paper registration, which includes full registration for the conference, must be paid by one of the authors.
For Student Poster abstract use the same on-line submission as paper abstract.
Call for Tutorials:
Tutorials are meant to compliment the technical program. They do so by describing the fundamental elements of a technology and/or rudiments of a subject in a classroom setting. In this way, a participant has the opportunity to learn the how-and-why of a particular subject or field of technology. There is also a benefit to speakers. Delivering a tutorial allows them an occasion to share their knowledge and expertise with other members of the ocean engineering/marine technology community.
Tutorial proposals shall include a 500 to 1000 word abstract of the intended tutorial. The abstract shall explain the utility of the tutorial and the intended audience. The abstract shall indicate if a half-day or full-day session is intended. An outline of the material to be presented should accompany the abstract. Tutorial proposals shall also include a 200 to 1000 word biography of the instructor.
Proposals for tutorials is to be sent to [email protected]