CEMT Members' Events

 

CEMT member Societies also organise a wide range of international activities,  including conferences, lectures and awards. Members of all Societies are welcome to participate in these activities.


Nov 2024


The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST)
INEC/iSCSS 2024


5-7 Nov, at the Spaces at The Spine, Liverpool, UK
https://www.imarest.org/events/inec-iscss-24.html

About INEC/iSCSS 2024

Now in it's 17th iteration, INEC/iSCSS brings together key stakeholders from across industry, academia and government, providing a platform to share ideas for the designers, engineers and researchers who plan, build, operate, maintain and recycle maritime assets.In 2024, over 300 people from 25 countries will gather in Liverpool for three packed days of discussions, networking and inspiring conversations that will showcase our excellence in the global arena.

Our community coming together has never been more important as we face both digital and green transitions in our society. These challenges increasingly lead to complex ship power systems and bring with it opportunities to develop crew skills through new technologies.


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July 2024


The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMaEST)

Future of Ships, Shipping and Environmental Sustainability Conference
 

9th Jul 2024 at Leonardo Royal Southampton Grand Harbour, UK
https://www.imarest.org/events/future-ships-shipping-environmental-sustainability.html

About the Conference

Redesigned and relaunched for 2024, our member-led conference brings together our engineering, science and technology community to discuss, debate and learn about the 'Future of Ships, Shipping and Environmental Sustainability'.

What can I expect?

This one-day conference will feature plenary keynotes and panels, organised into three streams under the headings of Technology, Human Contribution and Environment, alongside interactive roundtables. This will allow guests to attend multiple sessions, giving you the opportunity to build your own agenda based on your personal and professional goals.


June 2024


May 2024


Society of Naval Architects of Serbia (SNAS)
Energy transition, automation, and resilience of inland and coastal shipping

Lecture by Igor Bačkalov

3 Jun 2024, 6:30 - 9 pm (CET), at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade, Serbia
https://brodogradnja.org/category/meetings/

About the lecture

DST (Development Centre for Ship Technology and Transport Systems) is a research institute located in Duisburg, Germany. DST is focused on inland and coastal shipping and specialized in shallow water hydrodynamics. The lecture presents a selection of the research projects conducted at DST dealing with the most important topics in inland and coastal shipping at the moment: energy transition, automation, and resilience.

About the lecturer

Igor Bačkalov is a naval architect, who works at DST as a scientist. Before joining DST in March 2022, Igor Bačkalov spent 18 years at the Department of Naval Architecture, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade where he taught several courses related to ship stability, dynamics, and safety.


Apr 2024


Society of Naval Architects of Serbia (SNAS)

Binary Balancing: Examining Ship Stability via Modern Computer Systems

Lecture by Nikola Bundalo - Naval Architect

On April 15, at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,  Belgrade, and online


This lecture will explore the intersection between naval architecture and computational tools, highlighting the role of stability computers in ensuring a safe and efficient voyage. Topics to be covered include ship stability booklets and loading computers, types of loading computers, new generation and direct (damage) stability calculations, current challenges, and the future of loading computers."

 

Post Lecture Report (pdf)


KNVTS ship of the Year Award 2024

Every year, the KNVTS presents the ‘Ship of the Year Award’ and associated challenge trophy. This prestigious award goes to a ship designed and (largely) completed in the Netherlands that is particularly innovative in technical terms. With this award, we promote technical progress and reward the courage to experiment with new developments.

Nominations may be made at https://maritime-awards.nl/nomineren/maritime-ship-of-the-year-award/