Oceans '83 Conference Issues Call For Papers

The Marine Technology Society (MTS) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Council on Oceanic Engineering (COE) have invited papers from all interested authors for the Oceans '83 Conference and Exposition.

Each accepted paper will be presented at the conference in San Francisco, Calif., which will be held at the Hilton Hotel, August 29-September 1, 1983. All accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings and mailed to the participants at the conclusion of the conference. Deadline for the receipt of abstracts of the papers is Feb. 11, 1983.

The theme of Oceans '83, "Effective Use of the Sea — An Update," underscores the objectives of marine science and technology to explore, conquer, develop, and utilize ocean resources for the benefit of mankind. The goal of the conference will be to identify current and future technology, knowledge, and programs needed to achieve these objectives by the year 2000.

Papers are requested which highlight technological advances in the understanding, use, and recovery of marine resources, and identify and/or suggest other technologies that could be used to advance marine science and engineering.

Oceans '83 will be international in scope and will focus on the science and technology required for the utilization of five major ocean resource areas: mineral resources and energy; non-mineral resources; transportation; ocean science; and military ocean engineering.

The emphasis in each of these areas will be on technologies, technology assessment, application, and programs. Papers that address other important developments applicable to marine science and technology will also receive consideration.

For a copy of a detailed Call for Papers, contact Oceans '83, Technical Program Chairman, P.O. Box 71030, Sunnyvale, Calif.


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