Submission Guidelines

  • Submissions of technical papers must describe original research, not published or currently
    under review at other workshops, conferences, journals, or magazines.
    Industry abstracts should meaningfully and effectively highlight the distinguishing features and
    value of the technology and/or platform being presented.
  • All submissions will be reviewed by the program committee members for novelty and originality
    of the contribution. The conference accepts full and short papers. Paper submission will be
    handled electronically. Authors should prepare a PDF version of their papers. The page limit for
    full papers is 8 pages, and that for short papers is 5 pages in standard MRP paper format. In
    addition, position papers with 2-page extended abstracts (in standard MRP paper format) can
    be submitted for fast dissemination of interesting intermediate results of ongoing research,
    practices or findings.

Key Dates

  • Paper registration: Aug 30, 2019
    Paper submission: Aug 30, 2019
    Acceptance notification: Sept 6, 2019
    Camera-ready date: Sep 10, 2019


Submission Categories

We invite academia, industry and other interested participants, from a broad range of
backgrounds relevant to offshore energy devices, to contribute to and actively participate in the
conference. Technical and scientific contributions may include, but are not limited to, those
-Floating wind turbines
-Joint wind-wave devices
-Arrays and farm effects
-Wave energy converters
-Control algorithms for ocean
energy devices and arrays
-Intelligent systems, machine
learning and systems control
-Wave theory
-Nonlinear hydrodynamics
-Breaking waves
-Wave current interaction
-Rotational flow theory
-Effect of undercurrents
-Geophysical fluid dynamics
-Effect of stratified flow
-Turbulent mixing
-Wave-structure interaction
-Vortex induced vibration and
-Impact of air-sea interaction
on offshore energy devices
-Climate Change / Actions
The organisers also invite Industry input and contributions to themes on:
-State of the art in Floating Wind technology
-State of the art in Wave technology
-State of the art in Floating tidal
-Floating renewables outlook
-Wave outlook
-Testing of floating offshore structure
-O&M of floating offshore structures
-Array deployment of ocean energy farms
-Getting tech from idea to market
-Integrating new technology and control when
scaling up to commercial prototype

*Industry keynotes, abstracts, practical experiences and unique facility expositions will also be most welcome.