The 10th Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering (Marine 2023) will be held in Madrid, Spain, on 27-29 June 2023.
The previous conferences of these series were held in Oslo (Norway) on 27-29 June, 2005, in Barcelona (Spain) on 5-7 June, 2007, in Trondheim (Norway) on 15-17 June, 2009, in Lisbon (Portugal) on 28 – 30 September, 2011, in Hamburg (Germany), on 29-31 May, 2013, in Rome (Italy), on 15-17 June, 2015, in Nantes (France) on 15-17 May, 2017, in Goteborg (Sweden) on 13-15 May, 2019 and was co-organised by the Universities of Edinburgh and Strathclyde, (Scotland), online between 2nd and the 4th June 2021.
Marine conference is one of the Thematic Conferences of the European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS) and a Special Interest Conference of the International Association for Computational Mechanics (IACM). It is also supported by other scientific organizations in Europe and worldwide.
The objective of Marine 2023 is to be a meeting place for researchers developing computational methods and scientists and engineers focusing on challenging applications in marine engineering.
By marine engineering we include applications within the maritime and offshore industry as well as scientific and engineering challenges related to the marine environment. The conference goal is to make a step forward in the formulation and computational solution of marine engineering problems accounting for all the complex couplings involved in the physical description of the problems.
The conference covers the entire range of issues and technologies related to the application of computational methods to ships and offshore structures, including: ship hydrodynamics, structural analysis of ships and marine structures, offshore structures, sea-pipe mechanics, advances in mechanical methods for marine engineering (new finite element, finite difference, finite volume and boundary element methods, particle methods, meshless methods, etc.), computational
environmental mechanics in marine problems, algorithms for solving multidisciplinary problems in marine engineering, marine engineering and shipbuilding applications.