Programme - Oral Sessions

Marine & Ocean
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 Marine & Ocean concerns for ocean, marine technology, marine environment, green shipping, ocean/offshore technology, geo‐technology, renewable energy, autonomous and smart ship, rules and regulations, risk, safety and reliability. The Group M&O organises the following sessions in EKC 2018 Glasgow. • M&O Session 1: Arctic Environment and Technology (Room R5, 11.00 to 12.50, Wed. 22 August) • M&O Session 2: Marine and Ocean I (Room R5, 13.30 to 15.15, Wed. 22 August) • M&O Session 3: Maritime Safety and Environment (Room R5, 16.00 to 17.40, Wed. 22 August) • M&O Session 4: Marine and Ocean II (Room R5, 11.00 to 12.50, Thu. 23 August) • M&O Session 5: Collaboration in Research, Development and Innovation (Room R5, 13.30 to 15.10, Thu. 23 August) • M&O Poster Session I (Venue TBC, 15.10 to 16.00, Wed. 22 August) • M&O Poster Session II (Venue TBC, 15.10 to 16.00, Thu. 23 August) • KRISO/EKMOA MOU Signing Ceremony (Level 9B, 18.00 to 18.30, Wed. 22 August) • Dinner (Level 9B, 18.30 to 19.30, Wed. 22 August) • EKMOA Annual General Meeting (Level 9B, 19.00 to 20.30, Wed. 22 August) • Networking (Venue TIC, from 20.30, Wed. 22 August) 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 M&O also provides opportunities for participants to find collaboration partners working in the fields. Marine & Ocean Group, EKC 2018 S&T Programme Committee Europe-Korea Marine and Ocean Engineers Association (EKMOA)
[MO1] M&O Session 1: Arctic Environment and Technology
Date / Time 2018-08-22 11:00   --   12:50
Room R5
Conveners / Chairs
  • MR. OH, Dohan (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • DR. JOUNG, Taehwan (KRISO, Korea) COCONVENER
  • DR. KANG, Kukjin (KRISO, Korea) CHAIR
Synopsis
The Arctic is a diverse and unique environment that requires an in-depth understanding and respect of the environment, communities and cultures. Today, with concerns over the change of climate and environment in the Arctic, the development of ocean exploitation and technological advances are bringing us new challenges and opportunities. It is attracting rapid increase of the maritime transportation, natural resources, and tourism industries in the Arctic, even a new trans-arctic shipping route between the North Atlantic and the Pacific oceans. Also extensive exploration of the natural resources and shipping activities in the Arctic will bring about environmental risks which should be avoided with efforts taking into consideration the balance and control of these opportunities to the Arctic region. With consciousness of the environmental risks and the benefits, this session focuses on current trends and recent issues for Arctic environment and technology including future prospect and strategies with scientists, engineers, and policy decision makers from Korea and Europe. It also provides opportunities for participants to find collaboration partners working in the fields. This session is supported by KRISO (Korea Research institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering). Key words: Arctic environment and resources; Arctic shipping; Ice-class ships and offshore structures; Ice model tests; Ice loads; Ice class rules.
Speakers
  • DR. LEE, Yongwon (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) [ 11:00 - 11:05 ]
    Title: Welcome and Marine & Ocean Programme Summary
  • PROF. INCECIK, Atilla (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) [ 11:05 - 11:30 ]
    Title: Research and Development Activities in Offshore Renewable Energy in the UK
  • MR. REIMER, Nils (HSVA, Germany) [ 11:30 - 11:50 ]
    Title: Trends in the Experimental Design Assistance for Arctic Maritime Technology
  • DR. JOUNG, Tae-hwan (Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean engineering (KRISO), Korea) [ 11:50 - 12:10 ]
    Title: Investigation of IMO Regulations for Operating Ships in the Arctic Sea
  • MR. TUSTIN, Robert (Lloyd's Register EMEA, United Kingdom) [ 12:10 - 12:30 ]
    Title: A perspective on the implications of the Opening of Arctic Sea Routes
  • DR. JEONG, Seong Yeob (Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering (KRISO), Korea) [ 12:30 - 12:50 ]
    Title: A Study of Ship Resistance in Broken Ice Channels
[MO2] M&O Session 2: Marine and Ocean I (SNAK-EKMOA Joint Session)
Date / Time 2018-08-22 13:30   --   15:15
Room R5
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. JEONG, Byongug (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • PROF. LEE, Janghyun (INHA University, Korea) COCONVENER
  • DR. LEE, Yongwon (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) CHAIR
  • PROF. LEE, Janghyun (INHA University, Korea) COCHAIR
Synopsis
Given that ‘Marine and Ocean’ is one of the most critical parts of our planet, the exploration of this area in a profitable way is regarded a key challenge for humanity. As a result of vigorous grappling, there have been tremendous growth opportunities for participants in the marine and ocean industries over the decades. Not surprisingly, voracious efforts were made to advance marine and ocean technologies in various ways to meet the growing demand for exploiting the opportunities of or overcome the challenges of what the marine and ocean have given. This session aims to introduce and review the current state-of-the-art technologies applied to this field, thereby offering insights on the future technical trend for scientists and engineers across Korea and Europe. A wide range of marine and ocean technologies will be dealt with and presented throughout this Session. In particular, automation, optimal production, environmental impact induced by marine activities, and the safety challenges on shipping in the Arctic will be key research areas to be discussed. With a strong ambition, this Session is hoped to bridge the gaps in the knowledge between what has been known and what needs to be known across participants. The proposed session is organized jointly with the Society of Naval Architects of Korea (SNAK). Keywords: marine and ocean technology, automation, oil and gas, polar science and technology, subsea/pipeline/riser, offshore renewable energy, maritime safety and environment.
Speakers
  • PROF. CHO, Dae-seung (SNAK & GCRC-SOP, Korea) [ 13:30 - 13:35 ]
    Title: SNAK and GCRC-SOP (TBC)
  • PROF. VLADIMIR, Nikola (University of Zagreb, Croatia) [ 13:35 - 13:55 ]
    Title: Modular concept in the design of environmentally friendly passenger vessels: Techno-economic aspects
  • PROF. KIM, John (INHA Technical College, Korea) [ 13:55 - 14:15 ]
    Title: An attainable speed calculation using empirical formula in oblique condition of ice field
  • PROF. LEE, Jang Hyun (INHA University, Korea) [ 14:15 - 14:35 ]
    Title: Fault diagnosis system for prognosis and health monitoring of offshore process equipment
  • DR. AHN, Paul (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) [ 14:35 - 14:55 ]
    Title: From Seedlings to Ships: Supply Chain Management in the Venetian Arsenale from 1320 to 1800
  • DR. JEONG, Byongug (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) [ 14:55 - 15:15 ]
    Title: Application of life cycle assessment for optimal decision-making in marine industry
[MO3] M&O Session 3: Maritime Safety and Environment
Date / Time 2018-08-22 16:00   --   17:40
Room R5
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. NAM, Dong (Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • DR. MALENICA, Sime (Bureau Veritas, France) CHAIR
  • DR. NAM, Dong (Lloyd's Register, UK) COCHAIR
Synopsis
Various efforts have been made to make a safe and cleaner shipping industry by national, regional and international levels. Over the decades, it has been recognized that the best way of improving safety at sea and protection of marine environment is by developing international regulations that are implemented by all shipping nations. In this regard, IMO(International Maritime Organization) has been at the center of the scene, as the global regulation-setting authority for the safety and environmental performance of international shipping. Such internal measures cover all aspects of maritime activities – including ship design, construction, equipment, operation, marine pollution protection, environmentally sound technology and energy efficient shipping. In EKC 2018 Glasgow, this session aims to review the issues around maritime safety and marine environmental protection as well as discuss on the new technology and innovation with scientists, engineers, and policy decision makers from Korea and Europe. It also provides opportunities for participants to find collaboration partners working in the fields. Key words: maritime safety, environment, shipping, ship design, construction, regulation, energy efficiency.
Speakers
  • MR. PEIRIS, Wijendra (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) [ 16:00 - 16:25 ]
    Title: Ro-Ro and Ferry operational stability – A review of historical disasters
  • MR. JUNG, Jun Hyung (Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., Korea) [ 16:25 - 16:50 ]
    Title: Sloshing load assessment for DSME’s newly developed membrane type cargo containment system
  • MR. CLINTWORTH, Mark (European Investment Bank / University of Strathclyde) [ 16:50 - 17:10 ]
    Title: The Enhancement of Shipping Company Default Prediction using Machine Learning models - The Case of European Short Sea shipping Operators
  • MR. GHONAIM, Saleh (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) [ 17:10 - 17:30 ]
    Title: Review of the reporting culture and Near Misses reporting practice in the maritime sector
  • MR. CANBULAT, Onder (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) [ 17:30 - 17:50 ]
    Title: Contract Based Ocean Voyage Performance Monitoring & Condition Change Simulation
[MO4] M&O Session 4: Marine and Ocean II
Date / Time 2018-08-23 11:00   --   12:50
Room R5
Conveners / Chairs
  • MR. KWON, Bae-jun (DNV GL, Norway) CONVENER
  • DR. LEE, Yongwon (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) COCONVENER
  • DR. WANG, Jungyong (National Research Council Canada, Canada) CHAIR
  • DR. TUSTIN, Rob (Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom) COCHAIR
Synopsis
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. Marine & Ocean session concerns for ocean, marine technology, marine environment, green shipping, ocean/offshore technology, geo-technology, offshore renewable energy, safety, and reliability. The session aims to review current state-of-the-art technology as well as discuss on future development and technology industrialization with scientists, engineers, and policy decision makers from Korea and Europe. The session M&O also provides opportunities for participants to find collaboration partners working in the fields. Key words: Ship intelligence, remote & autonomous operations, smart ship, hydrodynamics, numerical fluid dynamics, sloshing, ocean waves, structures and advanced materials, green ship, big data analytics.
Speakers
  • DR. WANG, Jungyong John (National Research Council Canada, Canada) [ 11:00 - 11:25 ]
    Title: NRC's experience on physical modeling, numerical modeling and full scale measurement in ice covered waters
  • PROF. KOO, Weon Cheol (Inha University, Korea) [ 11:25 - 11:50 ]
    Title: A Numerical Study on Multi-body Wave Energy Converter with Latching Controlled Hydraulic PTO System
  • PROF. PAIK, Kwang-jun (Inha University, Korea) [ 11:50 - 12:10 ]
    Title: A study on the performance of a marine propeller operating in waves
  • DR. LEE, Seunggyu (National Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Korea) [ 12:10 - 12:30 ]
    Title: Numerical simulations of a shallow water equation using the finite difference WENO scheme on curved surfaces
  • MR. ASUQUO, Austin (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) [ 12:30 - 12:50 ]
    Title: Waste Heat to Usable Energy during Subsea Oil & Gas Exploration and Production
[MO5] M&O Session 5: Collaboration in Research, Development and Innovation
Date / Time 2018-08-23 13:30   --   15:10
Room R5
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. LEE, Yongwon (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • DR. PAE, Seonghwan (KIMST, Korea) COCONVENER
  • PROF. INCECIK, Atilla (University of Strathclyde, UK) CHAIR
  • PROF. KIM, John (INHA Technical College, Korea) COCHAIR
Synopsis
The future presents not only big challenges but also opens many opportunities as world trade continues to expand in line with economic growth. Shipping is undergoing a transformation and facing big challenges in maintaining competitiveness. Oil and natural gas is expected to account for rapid increase of global demand in future. Advances in technologies can help in solving the environmental challenges and the growing demand for energy from more diverse resources. With land-based resources depleting rapidly, attention will turn to ocean for their alternatives. Marine & Ocean Group concerns for marine, maritime, ocean and offshore. In EKC 2018 Glasgow, the Group M&O organises technical sessions as well as one panel session to discuss collaboration in research, development and innovation of the fields. This session provides opportunities to build network, strengthen fellowship and promote information sharing among participants from Korea and Europe. In addition attendees can talk about technical development, collaboration work and industrialisation. Members of Europe-Korea Marine and Ocean Engineers Association (EKMOA) join this session for sharing their capabilities and collaboration needs. Key words: Collaboration, research, development, innovation, marine, maritime, ocean, offshore.
Speakers
  • PROF. KUJALA, Pentti (Aalto University, Finland) [ 13:30 - 13:55 ]
    Title: Challenges for Application of Risk Based Design Approaches for Arctic and Antarctic Operations
  • PROF. MALENICA, Sime (Bureau Veritas, France) [ 13:55 - 14:20 ]
    Title: Challenges in the Application of the Direct Calculation Approach in the Design of Marine and Offshore Structures
  • MR. DAVIES, Gareth (British Embassy Seoul, Korea) [ 14:20 - 14:45 ]
    Title: UK-Korea collaboration channels, funding and market opportunities – a view from the British Embassy Seoul
  • MR. PARK, Cheonkyo (KIAT Europe, Belgium) [ 14:45 - 15:10 ]
    Title: Global R&D Collaborative Programmes in Korea