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10th International Workshop

Methods for the

Development and

Evaluation of Maritime

Technologies

-DEMaT’11 –

 

Split, Croatia

October 26-28, 2011

 

 

 

OBJECTIVE AND TOPICS

The workshop DEMaT’11 is the tenth in a series of meetings on methods for the development and application of maritime technologies, which have been held since 1993.

From the very first, DEMaT has been a specific podium for the presentation and discussion of scientific engineering methods in selected fields of maritime technologies particularly in fishing technology as well as in marine aquaculture and oceanographic engineering.

Thus the DEMaT workshops have especially become an important forum for the international progress in scientifically based engineering methods for both the development of novel fish capturing systems and the improvement of fishing gears. Therefore mathematical modeling, numerical simulation, up-to-date methods for laboratory experiments as well as new techniques for full scale tests at sea stay in the focus of interest.

Because of the great interest which has been shown during the last meetings the organizers are highly motivated to prepare the tenth meeting as a further highlight for professionals, graduates and students.

The planned workshop is intended to deal with fluid- structure interactions of technical systems in a marine environment.

Following the tradition of excellence of previous DEMaT workshops, approximately 25 technical presentations are planned in five symposia:

          Mathematical modelling and numerical simulation as well as experimental methods for the analysis of loads, stresses and motions of compliant marine structures induced by currents, waves and wind

          Methods of analyzing and predicting the influence of

            structures on the marine environment

          Engineering methods in fishing technology as well as

            in marine aquaculture

          Innovation in survey and observation of the marine environment as well as in data recording, storage and transmission

          Application of computer-aided methods (CAD, CFD)

            in maritime technology 

 

 PAPER SUBMISSION

You wish to present results of your research project?

In this case, please, pay attention to the deadlines for submission of abstracts and papers.

After notification of acceptance the authors are requested to deliver their ready-to-print manuscript.

All papers are intended to be published in the proceedings in English (Book with ISBN-number).

These proceedings are part of the conference documents. Therefore it will be required to prepare papers according to our demands ready for the press.

The time for presenting the contents of each paper (paper manuscript) should not exceed 20 minutes. A thematic poster presentation is also possible.

 

PAPER DEADLINES

April 15, 2011: Abstracts (-400 words)

April 30, 2011: Acceptance notice of abstracts

May 15, 2011: Invitation and publication of Workshop program

July 20, 2011: Submission of draft of papers

Aug. 10, 2011: Paper review and sending requests for paper revision

Sept. 10, 2011: Submission of final papers in pdf-format

The papers have to be prepared in a set format and submitted as pdf-files. Templates for MS Word and LaTeX are available on the Workshop website. The abstracts can be downloaded from this website after May 15, 2011:

https://www.uni-rostock.de/demat/demat_es.htm

Please, submit your abstracts, papers and questions by e-mail to the following address:

demat@uni-rostock.de

 

WORKSHOP VENUE

The workshop will be held in conference centre of Hotel "President" .

http://www.hotelpresident.hr/split/

Contact for reservations: soldo@unist.hr

The workshop will be held in English language.

 

ADDRESS

All correspondence should be addressed to:

M rs. Jutta Niedzwiedz

Tel.: +49 (0) 381 498 9231

Fax: +49 (0) 381 498 9232

e-mail: demat@uni-rostock.de

 

MEMBERS of STEERING COMMITTEE

Mathias Paschen - Rostock, Germany (Chairman)

Ludvig Karlsen - Trondheim, Norway

Chun-Woo Lee - Busan, South Korea

Alexander Nedostup - Kaliningrad, Russia

Pjotr Nowakowski - Szczecin, Poland

Barry O’Neill - Aberdeen, Great Britain

Hans Polet - Oostende, Belgium

Daniel Priour - Plouzane, France

Alen Soldo - Split, Croatia

Takeshi Yamane - Nara, Japan

 

MEMBERS OF LOCAL STEERING COMMITTEE

Alen Soldo - Split, Croatia (Chairman)

Svjetlana Krstulović Šifner - Split, Croatia

Gorana Jelić - Split, Croatia

Ivan Jardas - Split, Croatia

Zoran Vukić - Zagreb, Croatia

 

CONFERENCE FEE:

250 € payable by September 10, 2011

300 € to be paid after September 10, 2011

150 € for PhD students

50 € for M.Sc. & B.Sc. students (no Proceedings)

Please, ship the conference fee to:

Account name: MariKom GmbH

Name of Bank: Rostocker Volks- und Raiffeisenbank Germany

National:

Account number: 119 6596

Bank code: 130 900 00

International:       BIC GENODEF1HR1

IBAN DE13 1309 0000 0001 1965 96

 

 

 

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS (PDF)

OFFICIAL PROGRAMME (PDF)

TRANSPORT INFORMATION (PDF)


PRESENTATIONS:


1.) Underwater visual census (UVC) of vertical reefs
2.)
GPS-supported monitoring by scientific divers within a Chilean – German Antarctic project
3.) Three-dimensional monitoring of Pacific bluefin tuna cultured in an off shore net cage using a digital stereo camera system
4.) System dynamics model of sardine population (Sardina Pilchardus) in the Eastern Adriatic Sea
5.) Estimation of the jet-propulsive force of Photologio edulis using a micro-acceleration data logger attached on a main line of the vertical drift line
6.) Meiofauna and farm affected wild fish monitoring as new requirement of assessing influence of fish farms structures on the marine environment
7.) Underwater robotics – present state and the future
8.) Analysis of greenhouse gas emissions from fisheries in Korea
9.) Potentials of using underwater robotics for fishing and fish farming
10.) Search for and salvage of lost aircrafts during last World War in the Trondheims-Fjord area
11.) A numerical investigation for underwater fluid-netting interaction problem
12.)
Experimental analysis of the hydrodynamic coefficients of net panels in the flume tank in Hirtshals
13.) Hydrodynamic loads on two-dimensional sheets of netting within the range of small angles of attack
14.) On the way to plankton net calibration
15.) Experimental investigation of the flow dynamics around moving fishing net structure
16.) Field measurements of interaction between fluid flow and a fish farming cage of the gravity type typically used in the Faroe Islands
17.) Investigation of methods for the assessment of the flexural stiffness of netting panels
18.) Modelling gear - seabed interaction during demersal trawling – design study
19.) Contact forces between seabed and fishing gear components
20.) A study on the deformation and response of a fish cage in currents and waves
21.) SOOP Safe offshore – operations
22.) Rules of physical modelling of dynamic processes of fishery
23.) Features of distribution of loading in codend of trawl of a various design
24.) Unaccounted bycatch
25.) European Commission’s website on energy efficiency in fisheries
26.)
Analysis of energy use in Italian fishing vessels
27.) HydroPêche experimental and numerical developments for fishing devices optimisation
28.) Results of verification of the formula for calculation of friction coefficient of threads, cords and ropes on a traction drum of the frictional mechanism
29.) New hybrid diesel electric propulsion system for trawlers
30.) The method of calculation of force and geometrical characteristics of bottom trawls



10th International Workshop

Methods for the

Development and

Evaluation of Maritime

Technologies

-DEMaT’11 –

 

Split, Croatia

October 26-28, 2011

 

 

 

OBJECTIVE AND TOPICS

The workshop DEMaT’11 is the tenth in a series of meetings on methods for the development and application of maritime technologies, which have been held since 1993.

From the very first, DEMaT has been a specific podium for the presentation and discussion of scientific engineering methods in selected fields of maritime technologies particularly in fishing technology as well as in marine aquaculture and oceanographic engineering.

Thus the DEMaT workshops have especially become an important forum for the international progress in scientifically based engineering methods for both the development of novel fish capturing systems and the improvement of fishing gears. Therefore mathematical modeling, numerical simulation, up-to-date methods for laboratory experiments as well as new techniques for full scale tests at sea stay in the focus of interest.

Because of the great interest which has been shown during the last meetings the organizers are highly motivated to prepare the tenth meeting as a further highlight for professionals, graduates and students.

The planned workshop is intended to deal with fluid- structure interactions of technical systems in a marine environment.

Following the tradition of excellence of previous DEMaT workshops, approximately 25 technical presentations are planned in five symposia:

          Mathematical modelling and numerical simulation as well as experimental methods for the analysis of loads, stresses and motions of compliant marine structures induced by currents, waves and wind

          Methods of analyzing and predicting the influence of

            structures on the marine environment

          Engineering methods in fishing technology as well as

            in marine aquaculture

          Innovation in survey and observation of the marine environment as well as in data recording, storage and transmission

          Application of computer-aided methods (CAD, CFD)

            in maritime technology 

 

 PAPER SUBMISSION

You wish to present results of your research project?

In this case, please, pay attention to the deadlines for submission of abstracts and papers.

After notification of acceptance the authors are requested to deliver their ready-to-print manuscript.

All papers are intended to be published in the proceedings in English (Book with ISBN-number).

These proceedings are part of the conference documents. Therefore it will be required to prepare papers according to our demands ready for the press.

The time for presenting the contents of each paper (paper manuscript) should not exceed 20 minutes. A thematic poster presentation is also possible.

 

PAPER DEADLINES

April 15, 2011: Abstracts (-400 words)

April 30, 2011: Acceptance notice of abstracts

May 15, 2011: Invitation and publication of Workshop program

July 20, 2011: Submission of draft of papers

Aug. 10, 2011: Paper review and sending requests for paper revision

Sept. 10, 2011: Submission of final papers in pdf-format

The papers have to be prepared in a set format and submitted as pdf-files. Templates for MS Word and LaTeX are available on the Workshop website. The abstracts can be downloaded from this website after May 15, 2011:

https://www.uni-rostock.de/demat/demat_es.htm

Please, submit your abstracts, papers and questions by e-mail to the following address:

demat@uni-rostock.de

 

WORKSHOP VENUE

The workshop will be held in conference centre of Hotel "President" .

http://www.hotelpresident.hr/split/

Contact for reservations: soldo@unist.hr

The workshop will be held in English language.

 

ADDRESS

All correspondence should be addressed to:

M rs. Jutta Niedzwiedz

Tel.: +49 (0) 381 498 9231

Fax: +49 (0) 381 498 9232

e-mail: demat@uni-rostock.de

 

MEMBERS of STEERING COMMITTEE

Mathias Paschen - Rostock, Germany (Chairman)

Ludvig Karlsen - Trondheim, Norway

Chun-Woo Lee - Busan, South Korea

Alexander Nedostup - Kaliningrad, Russia

Pjotr Nowakowski - Szczecin, Poland

Barry O’Neill - Aberdeen, Great Britain

Hans Polet - Oostende, Belgium

Daniel Priour - Plouzane, France

Alen Soldo - Split, Croatia

Takeshi Yamane - Nara, Japan

 

MEMBERS OF LOCAL STEERING COMMITTEE

Alen Soldo - Split, Croatia (Chairman)

Svjetlana Krstulović Šifner - Split, Croatia

Gorana Jelić - Split, Croatia

Ivan Jardas - Split, Croatia

Zoran Vukić - Zagreb, Croatia

 

CONFERENCE FEE:

250 € payable by September 10, 2011

300 € to be paid after September 10, 2011

150 € for PhD students

50 € for M.Sc. & B.Sc. students (no Proceedings)

Please, ship the conference fee to:

Account name: MariKom GmbH

Name of Bank: Rostocker Volks- und Raiffeisenbank Germany

National:

Account number: 119 6596

Bank code: 130 900 00

International:       BIC GENODEF1HR1

IBAN DE13 1309 0000 0001 1965 96

 

 

 

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS (PDF)

OFFICIAL PROGRAMME (PDF)

TRANSPORT INFORMATION (PDF)


PRESENTATIONS:


1.) Underwater visual census (UVC) of vertical reefs
2.)
GPS-supported monitoring by scientific divers within a Chilean – German Antarctic project
3.) Three-dimensional monitoring of Pacific bluefin tuna cultured in an off shore net cage using a digital stereo camera system
4.) System dynamics model of sardine population (Sardina Pilchardus) in the Eastern Adriatic Sea
5.) Estimation of the jet-propulsive force of Photologio edulis using a micro-acceleration data logger attached on a main line of the vertical drift line
6.) Meiofauna and farm affected wild fish monitoring as new requirement of assessing influence of fish farms structures on the marine environment
7.) Underwater robotics – present state and the future
8.) Analysis of greenhouse gas emissions from fisheries in Korea
9.) Potentials of using underwater robotics for fishing and fish farming
10.) Search for and salvage of lost aircrafts during last World War in the Trondheims-Fjord area
11.) A numerical investigation for underwater fluid-netting interaction problem
12.)
Experimental analysis of the hydrodynamic coefficients of net panels in the flume tank in Hirtshals
13.) Hydrodynamic loads on two-dimensional sheets of netting within the range of small angles of attack
14.) On the way to plankton net calibration
15.) Experimental investigation of the flow dynamics around moving fishing net structure
16.) Field measurements of interaction between fluid flow and a fish farming cage of the gravity type typically used in the Faroe Islands
17.) Investigation of methods for the assessment of the flexural stiffness of netting panels
18.) Modelling gear - seabed interaction during demersal trawling – design study
19.) Contact forces between seabed and fishing gear components
20.) A study on the deformation and response of a fish cage in currents and waves
21.) SOOP Safe offshore – operations
22.) Rules of physical modelling of dynamic processes of fishery
23.) Features of distribution of loading in codend of trawl of a various design
24.) Unaccounted bycatch
25.) European Commission’s website on energy efficiency in fisheries
26.)
Analysis of energy use in Italian fishing vessels
27.) HydroPêche experimental and numerical developments for fishing devices optimisation
28.) Results of verification of the formula for calculation of friction coefficient of threads, cords and ropes on a traction drum of the frictional mechanism
29.) New hybrid diesel electric propulsion system for trawlers
30.) The method of calculation of force and geometrical characteristics of bottom trawls