5-7 November 2018
Hilton Americas, Houston, Texas, USA

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Call for Papers

Call for Papers

The Call for Papers process is now closed. 
 

To build a robust technical program at the 2018 conference, the committee received paper proposals on the following range of topics. 

Ice and Harsh Environment
(Ice as an Engineering Material, Ice Load Prediction, Design and Modelling, Iceberg Profiling and Drift, Marine Icing, Metocean Ice Prediction and Ice Edge Monitoring, Measuring Ice Properties, Changing Environment)

Emerging Technology and Innovation
(AUVs and ROVs, Big Data, Remote Sensing, Alternative Energy Supply, Communications and Navigation, Simulations and Software)

Pipeline, Logistics, and Transport
(Pipeline Design, Pipeline Facilities, Testing and Stimulation, Flow Assurance, High Latitude Research Vessels, North West Passage and Northern Sea Route Transits, Passenger Ships in the Arctic, Polar Icebreakers and Ice Worthy Ships, Navigation Systems and Training, Logistics and Resupply, Arctic Ports)

Regulatory, Environmental, and Social Responsibility
(Local Content/Local Benefits, Involving the Indigenous People, Escape, Evacuation, and Rescue (EER), Health, Safety, Security, and Environment, Adaption to Climate Change, Polar Code and Other Regulations, Leasing – Legislation and Monitoring)

Resource Exploration and Production Operations
(Geology, Geophysics, and Reservoir Engineering, Onshore and Offshore Rigs, Drilling, Arctic Structures, Oil Spill Monitoring, Mining, Hydrates, Conventional Oil, LNG)

Other Arctic Topics
(Antarctic Experiences, Education and Training, Retention and Transfer of Critical Knowledge)