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Maritime Engineering and Ports 2000


2nd International Conference MARITIME ENGINEERING AND PORTS 2000 will be take place in Barcelona( Spain) from 27 to 29 September 2000. The objectives of this Conference are to discuss the management, operation, design and building of Maritime Works and Ports, which are now experiencing rapid changes. It is essential for the industry that new technologies are incorporated into a better design of these systems to remain competitive. Ports are currently transforming from a more traditional role to one in which both leisure and commerce are accommodated. The transportation of goods through containerisation and the balance between marina developments and commercial operations are typical issues which need to be addressed. The Conference will provide a forum for discussion and interchange of information between managers, operators, designers, and the scientific and academic communities. Emphasis will be given to new areas of research and advanced topics.

Papers are invited on the topics outlined below and others falling within the scope of the meeting. Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be submitted by mail, fax or Email as soon as possible and no later than 1 February 2000. Abstracts should clearly state the purpose, results and conclusions of the work to be described in the final paper. The final acceptance will be based on the full-length paper. The author must attend the conference to present the paper, if accepted.

Port Management, Private and Public Ports; Contributions from Private or Public Sources; Ship and Port Operators; Multimode Transportation in Ports; Environmental Aspects; Financial and Legal Aspects; Multiuse of Ports Including Tourism; Marinas and Ports Issues; Information systems for Ports and Shipping; Multimedia and other Advanced Training Techniques; Systems of Loading and Unloading; Emerging Technologies in Shipping and Ports; Man Machine Interfaces; Standardisation Ergonomics in Shipping; Marine Engineering Works; Maintenance Problems; Construction of Ports.

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