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Techno-Ocean 2016 will be held for three days from October 6 to 8, 2016 at the Kobe Convention Center, Kobe, Japan. Since 1986, Techno-Ocean has been held as a forum for communicating and exchanging the information regarding the ocean related technologies. With the “Ocean” as its common keyword, International exhibition and meetings on advanced technology will be held during the congress this year.

As Kobe will host OCEANS’18 MTS/IEEE Kobe Techno-Ocean 2018 (OTO’18) co-sponsored by Marine Technology Society and IEEE Ocean Engineering Society in 2018, Techno-Ocean 2016 will organize an international symposium open to the members across the academic societies, and we invite the authors from around the world, as well as Japan, to contribute papers. Not only the conference provides a forum for a comprehensive review of the current ocean related technologies from around the globe, the meeting will provide a great networking opportunity to meet the colleagues in the community and share information. We also encourage students to apply for Student Poster Competition to be held in conjunction with this symposium. We hope Techno-Ocean 2016 will be a truly interdisciplinary meeting where the researchers, project leaders and planners from the industry and academia concerned with ocean related programs to meet and learn about the latest technological developments and communicate their study globally. We strongly encourage everyone to consider presenting at this conference.

CONFERENCE TOPICS

Techno-Ocean 2016 special topics

1. Ocean space management and resource utilization technologies
1.1 Costal and ocean space utilization
1.2 Surface and deep seawater utilization
1.3 Ocean energy development
1.4 Marine mineral resource development
1.5 Marine environmental monitoring and impact assessment
1.6 Sensor and observing instruments
1.7 Ocean and space technology collaboration
2. Ocean observing platforms and high performance computer simulations for disaster mitigation
2.1 Ocean observing platforms
2.2 Numerical modeling and simulation
2.3 Sensor and observing instruments



General Topics


-Fisheries engineering and resource utilization
-Offshore structure and naval architecture
-Remote sensing
-Ocean data visualization, modeling and information management
-Marine environment, oceanography, and meteorology
-Marine Law, policy, management, and education

CALL FOR PAPERS

Submission Process Authors are to prepare 2-page abstract with text between 500 to 1000 words, with figures and tables. PDF files of the abstract is to be submitted via web-based submission site.
Abstract Submission Deadline Abstract submission period is ended.
Review Process All abstracts submitted will be carefully reviewed and screened by the Conference Program Committee.
Preparation of Manuscript for Conference Proceedings Authors of accepted papers are expected to prepare and submit a manuscript for conference proceedings to be distributed at the conference. (4 to 10 pages in the IEEE Standard double-column format.) All papers presented at the conference and included in the conference proceedings will be published on IEEE Explores Authors are also welcome to expand, revise and update the paper to resubmit to the archival academic journals such as the IEEE OES Journal or MTS Journal.Authors instruction
Manuscript Submission Deadline Manuscript submission period is ended.
Conference Language English
Presentation Format Accepted papers are to be presented in oral sessions at the conference .

※Each presentation will be 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for discussion. The authors will be notified of their presentation date and time after the acceptance and the formation of preliminary program.