OCEANS 2020 Singapore is NOW accepting abstracts!
Have you been doing research on ocean engineering or marine technology? Do you have ideas on how we can live in harmony with our oceans, in spite of growing economic activity in busy ports? If so, we look forward to hearing all about your work during OCEANS 2020 Singapore.
Authors are invited to submit 2-page extended abstracts by December 1, outlining the work they wish to present that is related to the conference topics. Authors can present their work in one of the three categories:
- Oral Presentation: If accepted, you are required to write a paper per instructions for publication in IEEE Xplore. Further, to achieve publication, you, or one of your listed co- authors, are required to orally present that paper in Singapore sometime on Tuesday through Thursday, April 7-9, 2020. Follow the submission guidelines mentioned here to submit your abstracts.
- Student Poster Competition (SPC): We offer an opportunity for students to present their research and interact with researchers and professionals during OCEANS 2020 Singapore. The SPC is open to all undergraduate and graduate students enrolled, at least half time, in any community college, college, or university worldwide. Submitted abstracts will be evaluated by a panel of experts, and about 15-20 abstracts will be selected for the competition. Students accepted to the SPC are required to submit a full paper, and prepare a poster to be displayed and evaluated at the conference (April 7-9, 2020). Financial support including conference registration, travel and accommodation, is provided to all students selected for the SPC. Follow the submission guidelines mentioned here to submit your abstracts.
- Workshops, Tutorials, and Demonstrations: We also seek those who wish to lead topical tutorials, workshops, or product demonstrations. The tutorial sessions are pre-conference half- or full-day sessions that provide in-depth, interactive education to expand attendees’ knowledge of key technology or emerging areas of technology, research, or application. The tutorial and workshops complements the technical program. Please write to the Tutorials/Workshops Chair to submit your request for Workshops, Tutorials, and Demonstrations. For more information, please click here.