Maritime Links

Cooperative Agreements

SNAME has entered into a number of cooperative agreements with international naval architecture and marine engineering societies and other organizations that promote best practices in the design and use of maritime technology.  Click on the links of the logos below to access the websites of the organizations listed. 

       
The American Society of
Naval Engineers
1998
The Royal Institution of Naval Architects
1999
IPEN Americas (Brazil)
1999
The Japan Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology
1999
       
       
Ship Structure Committee
2000   
 American Boat &
Yacht Counci
2000
Schifbautechnische
Gesellschaft eV (Germany)
2000 
The Society of Naval Architects of Korea
2001
 
       
       
 The Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology
2001
 National Shipbuilding
Research Program
2002
The Society of
Naval Architects of Japan
2002 
Ecuador Society of
Naval Engineers
2003
       
       
The Brazilian Society of
Naval Architects
2003 
The Institute of
Marine Engineers (India)
2004
Associacion de Ingenieros Navales u Occanicos de Espana
2004 
 Marine Technology Society
2004
       
       
 The Japan Society of Naval Architects & Ocean Engineers
2004
International Association of Maritime Economists
2005 
Shanghai Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 
2005
INTERTANKO
2007
 
       
        
 
 
 

Society of Naval Architects and
Marine Engineers, Inc. (Phillipines
)
2008

 

 

International Towing and Tank Conference

  The International Towing and Tank Conference is a voluntary association of worldwide organizations that have responsibility for the prediction of hydrodynamic performance of ships and marine installations based on the results of physical and numerical modeling. 

SNAME plays a unique supporting role for this invitation-only event by hosting its website.
   

US Energy Policy Coalition

USEPC Website SNAME is a supporting society of the US Energy Policy Coalition

The Coalition's mission is to assist the Federal Government in the analysis, evaluation, and formation of a long term greener, shock resistant, U.S. Energy Policy. To educate and inform Policymakers on energy choices available in forming an economic bridge to the future.

Maritime Connector

Maritime Connector reflects a collaboration with experience seafarers and computer experts - an interactive place where seafarers, maritime employers, centres for maritime education, maritime universities and other institutions in the maritime sector connect.