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12th Symposium on High-Performance Marine Vehicles – “Technologies for the Ship of the Future” (HIPER)

12.10.2020 – 14.10.2020
Cortona, Italy
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Topics
advanced design & production technology / shipyard 4.0 / future materials / ultra-efficient ships / alternative fuels / electric ships / renewables future use of oceans / blue economy / future shipping scenarios / intelligent & connected ships /
unconventional designs & propulsion concepts / biomimetic marine technologies

Organiser
Volker Bertram (volker.bertram@dnvgl.com)

Advisory Committee

Carlo Bertorello

Emilio Campana

Andrea Coraddu

Robert Dane

Stefan Harries

Naples University

CNR

Strathclyde Univ

Ocius

Friendship Systems

Robert Hekkenberg

Thomas Hildebrandt

Jiulun Liu

Kohei Matsuo

Sean McCartan

TU Delft

Numeca

Wuhan Univ Technology

NMRI

Coventry University

Prasanta Sahoo

Pierre Sames

Noah Silberschmidt

Teus van Beek

FIT

DNV GL

Silverstream Technologies

Wärtsilä

 

Venue
The conference will be held at the Oasi Neumann hotel in Cortona

Format
Papers to the above topics are invited and will be selected by a selection committee. Proceedings will be electronic pdf version in colour.  

Deadlines
anytime - Optional “early warning” of interest to submit paper
15.6.2020 - First round of abstract selection (1/3 of available slots)
15.7.2020 - Second round of abstract selection (remaining 2/3 of slots)
15.9.2020 - Payment due for authors
15.9.2020 - Final papers due (50 € surcharge for late submission)

Fees
600 € / 300 € - regular / PhD student – early registration (by 15.9.2020)
700 € / 350 € - regular / PhD student – late registration

Fees are subject to VAT (reverse charge mechanism in Europe)
Fees include proceedings, lunches and coffee breaks
Fees apply also to authors

Sponsors
Numeca – further to be announced

Media Partner
Hansa

Information
www.hiper-conf.info

Selected feedback on intended contributions
Aksana Barsukova (Anemoi Marine Technologies)
Flettner-Rotor installation on large bulk-carrier

Carlo Bertorelli (Univ Naples)
Fully electric working boat – Design and tests

Emilio Campana (CNR)
Trends for Future Ships and How they Affect Research in Italy

Andrea Coraddu (Univ Strathclyde)
A hybrid data driven approach using A.I. for diesel engine monitoring

Robert Dane (Ocius)
The current and future role for solar, wind and wave energy powering autonomous vessels

Nick Danese (Syrrkle), Alexander Vannas (Alleantia)
Intelligent Industrial Internet of Things & Services (IIIoT&S)

Udi Erell (Phinergy)
Aluminum-air battery technology to electric vessels

Dr. Marco Göttsche (SMILE-FEM)
3d printed ship parts

Juan Gomez Trillos, Thomas Vogt (DLR)
The Dawn of the Era of Hydrogen for Ship Propulsion

Andrew Gordon (Aveva)
Data acquisition and analysis for digital twins

Stefan Harries (Friendship Systems)
Hydrodynamic Instabilities of Fast Monohulls

Robert Hekkenberg, NN (TU Delft)
Unmanned ships – Cool designs meet sober engineering

Thomas Hildebrandt (Numeca)
AAA CFD - Anytime, Anywhere for Anybody

Karsten Hochkirch, Stefan Deucker, Volker Bertram (DNV GL)
The future starts now – Advanced design approaches for advanced ships

Hasso Hoffmeister (DNV GL)
Wind assisted ships – Challenges and opportunities

Jan Kelling (Hasytec Electronics)
The silent revolution in biocide-free antifouling

Jiulun Liu, NN (Wuhan University of Technology)
Navigational Brain System for unmanned shipping projects

Claudio Lugni (NTNU)
Bio-inspired hydrodynamic solutions for maritime hydrodynamic problems

Sean McCartan (Univ Coventry)
Rex – 280m Next Generation Sustainable Luxury Pentamaran Transatlantic Superliner

Rodrigo Perez-Fernandez, Jesus Munoz (Sener)
A.I. Technologies Applied to Ship Design and Production

Volkmar Stenzel, Claus Schreiner (Fraunhofer IFAM)
Bio-inspired ship coatings to reduce drag – Looking back and looking forward

 

Kontaktperson für Rückfragen

Volker Bertram
volker.bertram@dnvgl.com

Zusätzliche Informationen
Quellen
Textquelle:

www.hiper-conf.info

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