The International Naval Engineering Conference and Exhibition is the foremost professional event in the naval engineer's calendar and in 2020 seeks to build on previous successes and expand its international credentials.
In light of the ongoing uncertainty surrounding organised events and international travel in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the IMarEST and the INEC/iSCSS Technical Advisory Committee have taken the decision to continue with the INEC / iSCSS 2020 conference in a virtual online format.
INEC 2020 at a glance:
The virtual INEC / iSCSS 2020 conference will take place between 5 – 9 October and consist of a series of mixed-format livestreamed sessions (panel discussions, presentations) led by authors and leading figures from the naval engineering and ship control systems communities, and will be facilitated by the use of an event app which will provide participants with the opportunity to access all content, including the full conference proceedings and exhibitor information, as well as network with other virtual delegates.
You can still expect:
Over 100 peer-reviewed technical papers
International participation from over 20 countries
Sir Donald Gosling Award
Continuing Professional Development approved by IMarEST
All technical papers published Open Access and assigned a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) reference
A new event app where delegates can access the programme content, virtually network with other delegates, and interact with sponsors and exhibitors
Who attends INEC?
INEC‘s attendance from government includes key stakeholders from navies and naval procurement officials from over 10 countries at all levels between Lieutenant and Vice Admiral
Commercial attendance includes a range of companies from prime contractors to SMEs from over 15 countries
High percentage of senior level job functions in attendance including Directors, VPs, Chiefs and Heads of Naval Engineering
Overall representation from navies, commercial and military ship operators, designers and shipbuilders, classification societies, machinery and equipment manufacturers, universities and other defence related organisations
Registration for the conference is now open.
The Technical Advisory Committee & the IMarEST have decided to make registration for the virtual conference free for all delegates. This will allow a greater number international delegates, who would be unable to travel to the conference and attend in person, to fully take part in proceedings and bring an even greater global voice to the event.