The Technical Program will feature an expanded range of topics pertinent to today’s industry. Over 40 hours of technical presentations will be available to attendees. The topical format combined with cutting edge information pres by industry experts guarantees you will gain high quality knowledge and insight on projects and emerging technologies happening now: SNAME Papers, with presentations designed to encourage audience interaction and discussion with the presenters; the Ship Production Symposium, again a vital element in the program, supported by the National Shipbuilding Research Program (“SPS”); and Technical & Research Presentations, informal sessions that offer attendees the opportunity to learn about the cutting-edge research that will inform the T&R Bulletins and Reports of tomorrow.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT AT THE ANNUAL MEETING
Three one-day classroom courses, each accredited for seven PDHs (0.7 CEUs) will be offered on Wednesday 16 November. For information about the courses and to register for a course, see the course page.
The technical program will include SNAME Annual Meeting papers, Ship Production Symposium papers and presentations, student papers and presentations, and the Technical and Research Sessions. A majority of the technical sessions will carry continuing education credit, enabling a Professional Engineer to earn as many as nine PDHs (0.9 CEUs) by attending these sessions. Short papers and presentations will be grouped by subject in sessions that meet the required minimum time criteria, or will be grouped with longer papers. The credit is therefore awarded by session, rather than by paper. A list of accredited sessions will be posted to this site shortly.
PEs who take advantage of these opportunities and want the credit that they earn to be certified and recorded will be required to submit a one-page application form for each classroom course or accredited session, accompanied by payment of a service fee calculated on a sliding scale with a maximum payment per course or session of $20 for members ($30 for non-members).
Abstracts are available to the public. Keep checking the link for more updates
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And THANK YOU to the Students serving as Assistant Presiding Officers and Members serving as Presiding Officers!