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Full Technical Programme

Subject to changes. This version is updated according to the last-minute information.

Monday, October 15

09:00 - 13:00

IEB Meeting

MoM01P

Room: Nautical Faculty of Barcelona

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 17:00

IEB Meeting

MoA03P

Room: Nautical Faculty of Barcelona

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

Tuesday, October 16

09:00 - 13:00

IEB Meeting

TuM01P

Room: Nautical Faculty of Barcelona

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 17:00

IEB Meeting

TuA03P

Room: Nautical Faculty of Barcelona

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

18:00 - 22:00

Pre- Registration, Castellers show and Welcome dinner at the Nautical Faculty of Barcelona

Wednesday, October 17

08:00 - 09:00

Registration at the World Trade Center

09:00 - 10:00

AGA 19 Opening Ceremony

WeM02P

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

Welcome from the Rector of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya: Dr. Francesc Torres

Welcome from Chair LEC: Capt. Mr. Agustí Martin Mallofré

President of the Spanish Merchant Fleet: Mr. Benito Nuñez Quintanilla

President of the Barcelona Port Authority: Mrs. Mercè Conesa

Catalan Minister of Public Works: Mr. Damia Calvet

RDML Mr.Thomas A. Cropper (Chair of the IAMU)

Mr. Takehiro Umemura (The Nippon Foundation)

10:00 - 10:30

Keynote Lecture

WeM03P

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

Future Vision of the maritime transport of the LNG, Vicente Capell (Knutsen Spain)

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break & Photo session

10:30 - 17:00

Simulator Exhibition and IAMUC Poster show in the Main Hall

11:00 - 13:00

Campus Tour

11:00 - 12:30

Presidents' Forum at Aula dels Estels room

12:30 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 15:00

Special Speech at the Plenary Session: Kate Adamson (Futurist & CEO - Futurenautics Group)

WeA08P

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

15:00 - 17:00

AGA 19 Plenary Session (IAMU member only)

WeA09P

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

17:00 - 17:15

AGA 19 Closing Ceremony

21:00 - 22:30

Dinner at the Museu Maritim de Barcelona

Thursday, October 18

09:00 - 10:40

Development and Research project presentations

ThM01P

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Gamal Ghalwash

Addressing Cyber Security in Maritime Education and Training

S. Ahvenjarvi

Developing optimal approaches for the implementation of S-Mode in MET

J. Fei

Ocean Conservancy Experiment and Network (OCEAN): Exploring What Motivates People to Protect our Oceans?

P. Szwed

Research on New Obstacle Avoidance Algorithms for Ships.

A. Lazarowska

10:40 - 11:10

Coffee Break + Poster Session

ThM02P

Room: World Trade Center Port Vell Room

Chair:

Case study on the potential of interagency information exchange for oceans’ governance

S. Bryton, O. Delgado, J. Martínez and E. Madariaga

Abstract

Maritime Security Training: Evolution and Pedagogy

J. Helmick

Abstract

State of America‘s Marine Highway Program

J.B. Taub

Abstract

Safety at sea: risk based thinking (RBT) using fuzzy logic approach

V.A. Loginovskiy

Abstract

Physics laboratory experiments at the Barcelona Faculty of Nautical Studies

A. Isalgue and D. A. Ochoa

Abstract

A Gap Analysis to Determine Adult Education Learning Styles in Instructional Training for Mariners via Online Learning

A. Peach and J. Tucker

Abstract

Study on the effect of changing hull resistances to turbochargers operations of marine diesel engine

V.Q. Phan, N.K. Vu and C.A.T. Phan

Abstract

Sea traffic management and the smart maritime community

S. Velasquez Correa, X. Martinez de Oses and U. Siwe

Abstract

Adoption of KPI‘s in modern ship management on example of polish offshore industry

T. Laczynski and B. Laczynski

Abstract

The autonomous vessel: analysis of the way to travel

G.  de Melo Rodríguez and I. E. Sazatornil

Abstract

Intercomparison of emissions assessment methodologies in a short sea shipping framework

C. Borén, M. Castells and M. Grifoll

Abstract

Developing a measurement tool for intercultural competence

J. Fei

Abstract

Safety and security for unmanned vessels through updating the rules of ancient creek origins? – can we still base the future rules on the old principles or do we need to update our way of thinking ?

P.I. Sandell

Abstract

Risk Analysis For Medical Treatment On Board

B. Essiz, E. Uflaz and O. Arslan

Abstract

Need for Collaborative learning in maritime education and training

A. Sharma and S. Nazir

Abstract

Helm’s Woman – Religious, Social and Cultural Barriers and kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s vision 2030

A.U. Rehman and H.  Timraz

Abstract

Ship manoeuvre analysis and simulation to obtain scouring related propeller variables

T. Llull, A. Mujal-Colilles, X.  Gironella, M. Castells, X.  Martízez de Osés, A. Martín and A.  Sánchez-Arcilla

Abstract

Comparing Nautical BSc-Programs and their Quality Indicators

T.E. Jensen and T. Resnes

Abstract

Display and alarm of the predicted areas of danger with other vessels (PADs) in the ECDIS

J. Moncunill Marimón and A. Martín Mallofré

Abstract

International maritime management, M.SC.: learning and satisfaction in distance-education

E. Klimmek, N. Nause and P. John

Abstract

Suggested advancements in mariner water safety and personal survival techniques

J. Downey

Abstract

Professionally orientated language project as a means of forming a seafarer‘s language competence in the course of Maritime English

Alexey I Kondratiev, Bozhena B Dokuto and Igor O Smirnov

Abstract

11:10 - 12:50

Development and Research project presentations

ThM03P

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Gamal Ghalwash

Development of standard accident/incident analysis forms

V. Gokcek

Development of a ship weather routing software for academic purposes

C Boren

Development of a Common MET Question Repository

J. Tucker

WG on PIMET

K. Matthews

13:00 - 14:20

Lunch

14:20 - 14:30

IAMUC Opening ceremony

14:00 - 16:00

Technical Sessions

14:00 - 16:00

Electronics and Human Interface / Safety and Security

ThA06P01

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Rosa Maria Fernández Cantí

A framework for cyber security risk assessment of ships

B. Svilicic, J. Celic, J. Kamahara and J. Bolmsten

Abstract

The effect of flag state warning letters as a means of enforcing IMO rec. 263 on pilotage in the Danish straights

P.M. Cossen

Abstract

Assessment and management of risks in the industrial fishery

S.S. Moyseenko and L.E. Meyler

Abstract

Security analysis of the national maritime transport system as part of the maritime critical infrastructure

N. Dimitrov, B. Mednikarov and V. Vasilev

Abstract

Extension of preventive and protective measures to reduce the risk of kidnapping in piracy

I. Rius Teixidó and A. Martín Mallofré

Abstract

14:30 - 16:00

Maritime Environment / Maritime Education and Training I

ThA06P02

Room: World Trade Center- Room A1

Chair: Vladimir Loginovskiy

An investigation into making ships cleaner and more energy efficient

G.  de Melo Rodríguez, R. P. Gueraçague and J.C. Murcia Gonzalez

Abstract

Assessment of marine diesel engines performance based on carbon and nitrogen oxides content in exhaust gases

V. Odintsov, D. Glazkov and N. Sviridyuk

Abstract

To Enhance Enrollment of Female Cadets at Maritime Institutions And to Increase Women Seafarers in the Shipping Industry

Qi Chen

Abstract

Using SCAT Analysis to Evaluate the Effects of Sailing Vessel Training on Emotional Quotient (EQ) Competencies

Y. Kunieda, T. Yamagishi and K. Murai

Abstract

The development of a qualification board to document engineering cadet performance as part of a training period at sea

M.A. Cote

Abstract

16:10 - 16:40

Coffee Break + Poster Session

16:40 - 18:20

Technical Sessions

16:40 - 18:20

Shipping, Navigation and Routing

ThE08P01

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Ninna Roos

The application of mathematical models and simulations in the feasibility studies of ship manoeuvring

T.S. Do, E. Hietbrink and C.V. Tran

Abstract

Research on new obstacle avoidance algorithms for ships

A. Lazarowska

Abstract

The algorithm for fast forecasting of the collsion danger degree with ships and surface objects in the e-navigation area

A.N. Popov, A.I. Kondratiev and I.O. Smirnov

Abstract

Investigation of grounding accidents in the bay of Izmir with the application of root-cause analysis

A.C. Toz, C. Sakar and B. Koseoglu

Abstract

Hunts point terminal market: the demand for waterborne-transportation as a part of the outbound distribution system

S. Yahalom, C.-Q. Guan, E. Johansson and C. Kamga

Abstract

16:40 - 18:00

Maritime Education and Training II

ThE08P02

Room: World Trade Center- Room A1

Chair: Samrat Ghosh

Educating the future maritime workforce in a sea of constant disrupters and change

M. Alfultis

Abstract

The IAMU-PAES-P project implementation benefits: the MAAP experience

A. Baylon and E. Santos

Abstract

Knowledge management at higher MET institutions

V. Frančiić, D. Zec, L. Maglić and I.  Rudan

Abstract

A Course Proposal for The Training of Marine Engineering Students about Alternative Fuels, Related Systems, and Operation

B. Zincir and C. Deniz

Abstract

Friday, October 19

09:00 - 10:40

Technical Sessions

09:00 - 10:40

Role of women in the maritime industries

FrM01P01

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Angelica Baylon

The role and impact of GECAMET research in empowering female seafarers

C. Dragomir and A. Baylon

Abstract

Barriers to Women‘s Leadership in Maritime and the Ways to Overcome Them.

P. Ozdemir and T. Albayrak

Abstract

How can women be encouraged to work in maritime professions? - possibilities for flexible post-graduate studies

N.M. Roos

Abstract

The evolution of female figures in met institutions over a decade: some case studies

C. Barahona, M. Castells, S. Ordás and J. Torralbo

Abstract

Women in the maritime industry

A. Balasanyan and Z. Phutkaradze

Abstract

09:00 - 10:40

Maritime Education and Training III

FrM01P02

Room: World Trade Center- Room A1

Chair: Nedko Dimitrov

Factors that affect the delayed embarkation for and return from shipboard training of maap cadets

D.A. Pedregosa, S. Akmad, B.D. Sodolski, L. Negapatan and G. De Guzman

Abstract

Paternalistic leadership in a distinctive maritime work environment: a study among maritime students

E. Asyali and R. Allard

Abstract

Rethinking STCW Education to Cope with Increased Autonomy and Autonomous Shipping

J. Mogensen

Abstract

Role of ECDIS training on improving situational awareness

S.J. Cole and E. Asyali

Abstract

Seafarers education, training and crewing in Ukraine

M. Miyusov and V. Zakharchenko

Abstract

10:40 - 11:10

Coffee Break + Poster Session

11:10 - 13:10

Technical Sessions

11:10 - 13:10

Ports and Terminal Management / Maritime Environment

FrM03P01

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Xavier Martinez de Oses

Open-berth structures’ bed rock scour protection system from main propeller action: case study in Vietnam

N. Thanh Son

Abstract

Containership bay time and crane productivity: are they on the path of convergence?

S. Yahalom and C. Guan

Abstract

Challenges and Opportunities for Enhancing Port Competitiveness in Africa

A. S. Elselmy, A. M. Morsy and M. E. Abdel Aziz

Abstract

Risk regional zonation of environmental pollution on the port of Hai Phong, Vietnam and the surrounding area

L. Thi Huong Giang, N. Thi The Nguyen and N. Thanh Son

Abstract

The Repelling Effect of Golden Apple Snail (Pomacea canaliculata) Egg Extract on Algae.

G. A. C. Casiano, H. P. T. Catalayban, C. M. Melliza, R. M. M. Parreño and V. L. Vecendario

Abstract

A simulalation on transportation of suspended sediment due to the maintenance dreding of the CAI LAN international container terminal, Vietnam

T.N. Nguyen Thi and H.G. Le Thi

Abstract

11:10 - 13:10

Maritime Education and Training IV

FrM03P02

Room: World Trade Center- Room A1

Chair: Graham Benton

Training engineers for remotely operated ships of the future

G. Lokuketagoda, T. Miwa, S. Jayasinghe and D. Ranmuthugala

Abstract

Interactive root cause analysis (IRCA) as a practical tool for developing management skills (for masters in navigation)

M. Chesnokova, O. Monastyrskaya and J. Monastyrskaya

Abstract

Analyzing student feedback from the 2017 IAMU student forum: charting paths to the future

A. Yang and M. J. Rooks

Abstract

Implementation of the ECDIS system: An OOW perspective as an integral part of educational improvement

D. Brčić, S. Žuškin, S.  Valčić and V. Frančić

Abstract

Maritime Training for Emergent Opportunities

W. Nadolny

Abstract

Enhanced Fast-Time-Simulation Features to support Ship-Handling Simulator Training

K. Benedict, M. Kirchhoff, M. Schaub, G. Tuschling, M. Baldauf, M. Gehrke and M. Gluch

Abstract

13:10 - 14:30

Lunch

14:30 - 15:50

Technical Sessions

14:30 - 15:50

Shipbuilding, Marine Engineering

FrA06P01

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Boris Svilicic

Advances in the development of a computational model for analysis of ship navigation in brash ice

J. García-Espinosa, B. Serván-Camas, J. Colom-Cobb and E. Oñate

Abstract

Hybrid gas-electrical power & heavy duty propulsion. Test platform

R. Bosch, P. Casals-Torrens and A. Serrano-Fontova

Abstract

Research and manufacturing of high-mechanical copper alloys for shaft liners

V. Anh Tuan, P. Mai Khanh, T. The Nam and N. Duong Nam

Abstract

14:30 - 15:50

Maritime Education and Training V

FrA06P02

Room: World Trade Center- Room A1

Chair: Fredrik Olindersson

Development of Maritime Education and Training through Human-ware Upgrading

A. Abdel Hamid Kassar and A. Almalt

Abstract

Challenges in marine engineers training. goals and opportunities in the academic education on electric marine technology

P. Casals-Torrens, R. Bosch, F. Díaz-Gonzalez, J. Nicolas and V. Fuses

Abstract

Sea traffic management validation project and the european maritime simulation network(EMSN)

Z. Bhuiyan and J. Saunders

Abstract

Case-studies based approach in maritime English teaching

Z. Bezhanovi, T. Mikeladze, S. Rodinadze and K. Zarbazoia

Abstract

15:50 - 16:20

Coffee Break + Poster Session

16:20 - 16:50

Specially Selected Student Presentations

FrE09P

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Matthew Rooks

16:50 - 17:20

Special Talk: The work of IMO on the Human Element
Dr. Ismael Cobos (IMO, head of Maritime Training and Human Element)

FrE10P

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

17:00 - 17:00

Closing Ceremony IAMUS/IAMUC

FrE11P

Room: World Trade Center - Auditorium

Chair: Agustí Martin Mallofré

21:00 - 23:00

Gala Dinner at the Casa Llotja of Barcelona

Saturday, October 20

09:00 - 15:00

Modernist Tour of Barcelona with Lunch - UPON RESERVATION

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