Submission of Papers
Prospective authors will be invited to submit abstracts within any of the relevant themes or topics by Wednesday 1 August 2012.
Submitting a paper will give visibility of your paper to thousands of readers through inclusion in major engineering indexes and resources, including ICE Virtual Library, Web of Science and Google Scholar.
Quality control through peer review is unsurpassed, ensuring that the originality, authority and accuracy of your work will be fully recognised
Formal proceedings published after the event provide an invaluable resource for all organisations wanting access to the most up to date and robust information in the field of coastal engineering
Reduced registration fee for presenting authors.
17 - 20 SEPTEMBER 2013
09:00 - 17:00
Delegate registration is now open.
The Institution of Civil Engineers is pleased to announce the tenth in this highly-regarded series of specialist conferences. Known for offering the best international forum for the discussion of the latest developments as well as informed debate – every event in the ‘Breakwaters’ series has ensured that advances in coastal engineering are appropriately highlighted.
Whilst retaining the historical coverage on shoreline structures, coastal processes, and design and construction of breakwaters and related structures, the conference will extend the marine energy theme initiated with the 2009 conference; with emphasis on aspects at the civil and coastal engineering interface, such as fluid loadings, resource modelling, interactions with the environment, construction, installation, cabling, servicing and maintenance.
The conference will showcase up to 150 technical papers over three days covering all aspects of coastal engineering. All papers in this series are rigorously peer reviewed so will have an in-depth technical aspect giving all attendees access to the highest quality information. Papers are available to delegates in advance of the event to stimulate discussion, and papers are discussed in formal proceedings following the event.
In addition to the main session presentations, the ‘Fringe’ will give opportunities for presentations of recent news, continuing research, and developments in progress. Workshops, short courses and technical visits will also be offered as part of the event.
Delegate regsitration is now open at ice-breakwaters.com and early registration prices are available for a limited time only.
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