OCEANS 2018 Charleston | October 22-25, 2018
Charleston Area Convention Center
Healthy Oceans, Resilient Coasts, Robust Commerce… Strong Nations
Photo by Mark VanDyke
Global thought leaders & innovators gather to learn from industry experts regarding the latest research, innovations, & technologies, discuss current environmental issues & policies, and collaborate to move the fields of marine technology & engineering forward.
• Over 500 technical papers delivered on cutting edge topics
• Unmatched networking opportunities with global colleagues
• Activities & events focused on the next generation of science & technologies
• Leading technology providers providing demos and exclusive offers
• The most robust Student Poster Competition in the world!
A region steeped in history, yet surprisingly cutting edge
Charleston, South Carolina was voted the #1 US destination by the discerning readers of Condé Nast Traveler (2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011) and Travel + Leisure (2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013) magazines. Charleston’s rich, 300-year nautical heritage stems from being a seaport city surrounded by beautiful resort islands. The Atlantic Ocean, Charleston Harbor and the destination’s many rivers and marshes create stunning vistas, and Charleston has become more cosmopolitan while retaining its human scale and unique Southern culture. Charleston features a celebrated dining scene with a steady supply of James Beard Award winning chefs, along with many amenities associated with cities four times its size, but accompanied by genuine hospitality. You can’t go wrong by staying an extra day.
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TAKE NOTE OF THESE IMPORTANT DATES
- January 5 | Call for Technical Abstracts Opens
- April 23 | Call for Tutorials Opens
- April 18 | Abstract submission Due
- June 5 | Notification to Authors
- June 12 | Student poster notifications
- June 25 | Tutorial Proposals Due
- July 23 | Tutorial Reviews Due
- July 24 | Tutorial notifications to Presenters
- July 31 | Final paper submission Due