Mon, 01 November, 2021
TWI's Carol Johnston and Eduardo Hippert are both due to present at the 41st International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2022), taking place in Hamburg, Germany between 5 and 10 June 2022. Both Carol and Eduardo have had abstracts accepted for the conference. They will present results from two core research programme projects on the fatigue performance of large bolts, and on the pit-to-fatigue-crack transition.
OMAE 2022 will take place at the Congress Centre Hamburg, and will be the first time that the conference has been held in an in-person format since OMAE 2019, with authors giving live paper presentations.
The OMAE conference consists of 11 standard symposia and an Honoring Symposia, this year dedicated to the work of Prof. Günther F. Clauss.
You can visit the OMAE 2022 conference website to view the programme details and, if you missed the deadline to submit an abstract, you may apply for special consideration to submit a late abstract. TWI Members are being given the opportunity to register for the event at the discounted member rate.
OMAE 2022 is the ideal forum for researchers, engineers, managers, technicians, and students from the scientific and industrial communities from around the world to meet and present advances in ocean, offshore and arctic engineering.
You can watch the Welcome to OMAE 2022 video by Conference Chairs Sören Ehlers and Walter Kuehnlein, including videos of the newly renovated Congress Centre Hamburg, Hamburg Ship Model Basin (one of the Technical Tour options) and a video of Hamburg highlights.
You can find out more and register for OMAE 2022, here.