Science & Technology
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- Ocean engineering
Group OE: Ocean engineering
Massive growth in global GDP brings big opportunities to the marine industry and world trade continues to rise in line with economic expansion. The volume of seaborne trade could be double within 20 years. Oil and natural gas is expected to account for 60 per cent of global demand for energy in 20 years. Advances in technology will be the keys to meet the growing demand for energy from more diverse sources. Moreover, the offshore renewable energy area such as offshore wind energy, wave energy, tidal energy, etc. is recently growing rapidly.This indicates growing challenges and opportunities to produce offshore oil and gas, and offshore renewable energy. Growth in the world economy also results in concern for environmental impact due to marine activities.
Group Ocean Engineering concerns for ocean, marine technology, marine environment, green shipping, ocean/offshore technology, geo-technology, offshore renewable energy, safety, and reliability. The Group OE organises the following sessions in EKC 2016 Berlin.
The sessions aim to review current state-of-the-art technology as well as discuss on future development and technology industrialisation with scientists, engineers, and policy decision makers from Korea and Europe. The Group OE also provides opportunities for participants to find collaboration partners working in the fields.
Convener/Chair: Dr. Yongwon Lee (Lloyd's Register, UK; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Co-chair: Prof. Atilla Incecik (University of Strathclyde, UK)
Session description: Massive growth in global GDP brings big opportunities to the marine industry and world trade continues to rise in line with economic expansion. The volume of seaborne trade could be double within 20 years. Growth in the world economy also results in concern for environmental impact due to marine activities. The session aims to discuss on recent development and future development with policy decision makers, scientists and engineers from Korea and Europe. It provides opportunities for the participants to find collaboration partners working in the fields.
[* Supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Germany]
11:00 - 11:25 "Ocean Science and Engineering Research and Education for Sustainable Utilisation of Ocean Resources"
Prof. Atilla Incecik (University of Strathclyde, UK)_invited speaker
Prof. Atilla Incecik is Professor of Offshore Engineering and Associate Deputy Principal (International). Prior to his appointment at Strathclyde University Professor Incecik was Lloyd’s Register Chair of Offshore Engineering and Founding Head of School of Marine Science and Technology at Newcastle University. His current research includes development of dynamic load and response prediction tools for ships, offshore platforms and marine renewable energy devices. Professor Incecik is Research Manager of Industrial Doctoral Centre for Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE). He is a member of committees of a number of international professional bodies. And he is Editor-in-Chief of Ocean Engineering Journal.
11:25 - 11:50 "Simulation-driven Design for Maritime Assets"
Dr.-Ing. Stefan Harries (FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS AG, Germany)_invited speaker
Stefan Harries is managing director of FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS, an independent stock corporation located in Berlin-Potsdam. FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS AG develops and licenses CAESES, a Computer Aided Engineering system for simulation-driven design. The company is a spin-off from the Technical University Berlin (TU Berlin), co-founded by Stefan Harries in 2001. Since 1998 Dr. Harries lectures at TU Berlin, teaching the course of “Geometric Modeling and Simulation-driven Design of Maritime Systems, Turbomachinery and Vehicle Components.” Stefan Harries holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (1990), and a BSc-equivalent (cand. ing.) in mechanical engineering from the Technical University Darmstadt (1988).
11:50 - 12:05 “Ice Load Distribution on Model Hull in Level Ice”, Dr. Seong-Yeob Jeong (KRISO, South Korea)
12:05 - 12:20 “Numerical Simulations on Ship Added Resistance in Waves”, Dr. Mingyu Kim (University of Strathclyde, UK)
12:20 - 12:35 “Intuitive discriminant method for the overturning bow wave breaking in short waves”, Mr. BongJun Choi (Delft University of Technology, Nederland)
12:35- 12:50 “Study on the uncertainty and sensitivity in numerical simulation of parametric roll”, Mr. Ju-hyuck Choi, (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Convener/Chair: Dr. Taeseong Kim (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; email@example.com)
Co-chair: Dr. Tae-Hwan Joung (KRISO, South Korea)
Session description: Oil and natural gas is expected to account for 60 per cent of global demand for energy in 20 years. Advances in technology will be the keys to meet the growing demand for energy from more diverse sources. This indicates growing challenges and opportunities to produce offshore oil and gas, and offshore renewable energy. There will be tremendous growth opportunities for participants in the offshore oil and gas and renewable industries. The growth also results in concern for environmental impact to ocean induced by marine activities. This session aims to review current state-of-the-art technology and discuss on future development among scientists and engineers from Korea and Europe. The session provides information and opportunities to find partners working in the fields.
14:25 - 14:50 "The current status and future projects of KRISO, and introduction of KRISO’s Recent Activities for Offshore R&Ds and Infrastructures"
Dr. Hong-Gun Sung (KRISO, South Korea)_invited speaker
Dr. Hong-Gun Sung is the director of offshore plant research division at KRISO (Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering). Having finished his PhD and a special researcher at Seoul National University in 2000, he has started his work at KRISO as a principal researcher. He has experienced a lot of meaningful activities at KRISO such as supporting the strategy evaluation committee in the prime minister’s office, national maritime police agency of Korea for marine oil spill etc. His activities also include establishing ATEC (Advanced Technology Engineering Centre), design and construction of deep ocean engineering basin in Korea.
14:00 - 14:25 "Evaluation of the Seakeeping Behaviour of Wind Farm Crew Transfer Ships"
Prof. Moustafa ABDEL-MAKSOUD (Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Germany)_invited speaker
Dr. Abdel-Maksoud, Mousfata is a professor at Hambrug University of Technology (TUHH), Institute of Fluid Dynamics and Ship Theory. He is a head of institute at Hambrug University of Technology since 2007. Before he joined TUHH he was a managing director of institute of shop technology and transport system in Duisbrug-Essen Univeristy. His main research fields are propellers, cavitation and ventilation, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Ship Maneuvering, Ship motion in waves, and Maritime renewable energy.
14:50 - 15:05 “Subsea Trenching Engineering”, Dr. Gi Jae Yun (Subsea 7, UK)
15:05 - 15:20 “Modularity for Handling Uncertainty in Ocean Systems Design”, Mr. Minjoo Choi (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
15:20 - 15:35 “Study on the structural safety assessment for decommissioning offshore plants”, Dr. Tae-Hwan Joung (KRISO, South Korea)
Chair: Dr. Yongwon Lee (Lloyd's Register, UK; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Eun Young Lee (University of Vienna, Austria)
Sungbae Lee (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)
Minjeong Lee (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)
Byongug Jeong (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)
Sayyoon Park (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)
Byongjun (Phil) Hwang (Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom)
Ms. Keunsoo Park (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
Taeseong Kim (Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark)
Martin S.-D. Yoo (Microvortex, Germany)