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  • 8TH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM - SPONSORED BY ABS EUROPE, LTD. & VISIT TO CHATHAM HISTORIC DOCKYARD

    Join us on Friday, 13 October 2017 at ABS Europe, Ltd., London for the 8th Annual Symposium and on Saturday, 14 October 2017 is a full day guided tour to Chatham Historic Dockyard in Kent, England

  • Call for Abstracts: 6th World Maritime Technology Conference

    Abstract submissions are now being accepted for the 6th World Maritime Technology Conference which will take place from 4-7 December 2018 at Renaissance Shanghai Zhongshan Park Hotel, Shanghai, China. The conference is hosted by the Shanghai Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers.

    DEADLINES
    Abstract Submission: 30 Nov 2017
    Manuscript for Review:15 Mar 2018
    Final Manuscript due:15 Aug 2018​

    All authors are invited to submit an abstract in 300-400 words.

  • Halifax Technical Meeting

    Halifax Technical Meeting
    Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
    Wednesday 21 Jun, 6:30 pm
    Speaker: Margaret Nate, Survivability Engineer,  Gibbs & Cox, Inc.
    Topic: Warship Survivability

  • Accomplish Great Things: Volunteer with SNAME

    Even though I belong to other professional societies, I choose to give the majority of my time to SNAME.
     
    I firmly believe that membership in an organization is a give and take relationship--contributing your time and effort to create value for you and your fellow members. SNAME only exists because of its members and their willingness to volunteer in the pursuit of a common interest.
     
    An organization is only as strong as its members and staff. Recently I've noticed less members stepping into volunteer positions at the local, regional, or international level. Our headquarters staff does incredible work to support SNAME's initiatives, strategies, and planning, but they often have to juggle priorities because we don't have all the volunteers needed.
     
    At the end of the day, this is a society for maritime professionals and as an industry professional and SNAME member, I take that commitment seriously. I currently serve as SNAME Maritime Convention Chairman, alternate for functional vice president of planning, and as junior regional vice president for the Central and Gulf Region. While I enjoy each of my roles, I sure could use some help.
     
    Having worked as a project manager on large projects, and having a family of my own, I understand that work and life sometimes takes precedence. However, we must decide how to commit what time we do have to give. We have to make a decision: are we willing to help carry the load and give back to our society beyond yearly membership dues?
     
    I encourage you to not just be a member of SNAME but an active contributor, growing and pushing our organization forward. I can assure you it will be worthwhile, paying dividends in professional relationships, friendships, leadership experience, and the feeling of accomplishment.
     
    I hope that you'll help me and your fellow members by reaching out to your section leaders and asking about volunteer opportunities. Feel free to reach out to me and I'll help connect you with staff and volunteer leaders.
     
    Together, I know that we can help not only ourselves, but those across the entire industry discover what a powerful resource SNAME can be as the international community for ocean and maritime professionals.

  • Registration is Now Open for SOME 2017

    Register now to attend the 6th International Symposium on "Ship Operations, Management and Economics" (SOME 2017) on 11-12 October in Athens, Greece. Early-bird registration ends on 30 September!

  • Looking for Mentors and Students!

    If you are attending OTC 2017 on 1-4 May at NRG Center in Houston, Texas, you’re in luck! Once again, SNAME is organizing the Mentor for a Day Program (MFAD). The Program matches Students with Mentors, who are experts in the industry. Whether it’s Naval Architecture, Structural Design, or Marine Engineering/ Systems, we have a variety of top-notch SNAME members, who want to help guide our Students in their career. From walking around the Expo Hall to answering one-on-one questions, this is a Student’s opportunity to get the best advice from members who have been through it all.

    There are 7 mentoring times and a number of specialties to choose from.

  • SMC 2017 Abstract Deadline Extension - 1 April

    If you're thinking about submitting an abstract for SMC 2017, the abstract submission deadline has been extended to 1 April.

  • SOME 2017: Call for Papers

    Submit abstracts to the 6th International Symposium on "Ship Operations, Management and Economics" (SOME 2017). Held on 11-12 October in Athens, Greece, the deadline is 15 March. For questions, please email some.snamegr@gmail.com.