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ICOE 2023 6th International Conference in Ocean Engineering
ICOE 2023 will focus on Coastal and Ocean Engineering: Challenges and Trends. In view of climatic change and its influence on land and water, and against the background of the finiteness of natural resources, there will be a rethinking in dealing with weather extremes and the protection of coasts against natural hazards. ICOE will address those challenges and provide a forum for the discussion of future-oriented, technological and eco-friendly solutions. The technical program of the conference will consist of keynote addresses, contributed papers/talks and special sessions with invited speakers. The ICOE offers an exciting platform for academics, engineers, policy makers and administrators from all over the globe.
Over the years, the IIT Madras has consolidated as an Institute of excellence in Technology and Research and has become the number one institute in the technological education in the country for the fifth time in a row and is currently recognized as an Institute of Eminence. The Department of Ocean Engineering has formulated and organized ICOE in 1996 (1st), 2001 (2nd), 2009 (3rd), 2018 (4th) and 2019 (5th). While the first four conferences were held at their own campus in Chennai, the fifth ICOE was organized in collaboration with the University of Mauritius. With this background, the sixth International Conference in Ocean Engineering 2023 (ICOE 2023) will be organized by the Department of Ocean Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IITM) and the Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management (IWW), RWTH Aachen University.
In light of climate change and its impact on land and water, as well as the finite nature of natural resources, there will be a rethinking of how to deal with weather extremes and protect coastlines from natural hazards. At ICOE 2023, these core issues are adressed and reflected in the following topics:
Climate & Environment
Climate Change Impacts & Disaster Risk Reduction
Ecological Engineering & Management
Marine Foundations and Reclamation
Nature Based solutions in Coastal and Marine Engineering
Ocean Renewable Energy
Safety, Risk and Reliability
Solutions for Extreme Natural Hazards in the Coastal Zone
Data | Analysis | Simulation
Computations in Ocean and Petroleum Engineering
Earth Observation Applications, GIS and Satellite Imaging
Marine Surveys & Informatics
Ocean Resources for SIDS
Planning & Construction
Marine Spatial Planning
Offshore Structures and Deepwater Technology
Port, Harbour and Coastal Structures
AUVs, ROVs and Underwater Systems
Marine and Coastal Hydrodynamics
Marine Science & Technology
Marine Vehicles and Floating Systems
Ocean Optics & Acoustics
Petroleum Engineering & Technology
Sunday, 04. June 2023 - Thursday, 08. June 2023 (Localtime)
Location: Aachen, Germanylink to event calendar entry
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