Seven esteemed professionals from across the marine industry are confirmed to give keynote speeches at the highly anticipated inaugural International Conference on Marine Engineering and Technology Oman (ICMET Oman).
The 2-day conference, organised by the Military Technological College (MTC), in collaboration with the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST), will be held in Muscat, Oman from 5-7 November 2019.
The conference will explore innovative solutions to the future needs of the marine engineering and technology sectors, exploring topics from shipbuilding and sustainability to safe automation and cyber security.
- Dr. Andrew Tyler CBE FREng FRAeS FIMarEST RCNC MRICS – President, IMarEST
Keynote topic: Solving the world’s marine challenges with engineering, science, and technology
- Mr. Christian Freiherr Von Oldershausen Dipl. Ing. - Vice President Segment Director Navy, DNV GL
Keynote topic: A pragmatic approach to regulating new technology
- Dr. Ahmed Al-Abri - Chief Executive Officer, Ports Management & Operation Company
Keynote topic: Safe management & operation of ports and future vision of Omani ports
- Engineer Ibrahim Al-Nadhairi MBA - Chief Operating Officer, Oman Shipping Company
Keynote topic: Green shipping
- Dr. Mohammed S. Al-Muqadam - Board Member, Oman Historical Association
Keynote topic: The role of the naval fleet in the Omani history
- Mr. Lex Nijsen A.P.A.A - Vice President, Head Four-Stroke Marine Sales, MAN Energy Solutions SE
Keynote topic: Future developments of marine propulsion – transition to alternative fuel
- Captain (Eng.) Awadh Al Mamari - Head of Engineering Support, Royal Navy of Oman
Keynote topic: From patrol boats to complex war ships - the challenges of strategic changes to engineering organizations in RNO
Delegates will have the opportunity to meet marine industry experts and gain insight into a variety of key topics and ideas on the newest technologies and innovative products.
The delegate fee is USD$345 (discounts available for members and students).