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Computer Applications in Shipbuilding

      12/10/2001

International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding (ICCAS) conference is held every 2 or 3 years. ICCAS 2002 will be the 11th ICCAS conference. It is one of the most important conferences regarding use of information technology in the maritime field. ICCAS 2002 will be organised September 9-12, 2002 in Malmo, Sweden.

Advances in information technology have heavily contributed to increased productivity in both shipbuilding and ship operation. ICCAS 2002 will review operational experience from existing computer applications in designing and building of ships and offshore structures. It will also look for advances in information technology that can be applied to this industry.

ICCAS 2002 will cover a full range of topics related to computer applications in shipbuilding including life cycle aspects of ships and offshore structures like planned maintenance. It will also include sessions on e-commerce and supply chain management related to shipbuilding and shipmaintenance. The conference will be held in English. Abstracts are due January 31, 2002, authors will be notified February 28 and final papers are due May 15, 2002. Printed conference proceedings will be produced and published.

To be sure to get further information on the conference or to get the full Call for Papers, please register your interest to kaj.johansson@tribon.com, Chairman of the International ProgrammeCommittee.

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