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Computational methods in Offshore Technology

More than 40 researchers gather at UiS this week, presenting new knowledge about computational methods in offshore technology.

Illustration of offshore operations - oil rig and supply ship

The COTech conference takes place on November 30 and December 1, in the Kjølv Egeland building, room E-102. 

COTech 2017 aims at creating an arena for researchers in offshore-related disciplines, from academia and industry alike. 

Over two days, some 40 scientists will present their research results. More than half of them are international participants. Among these, eight invited experts from various specialities will deliver keynote speeches.

This is the very first COTech conference to be held by the Computational Methods in Offshore Technology research group at University of Stavanger. The research group is based in the Department of Mechanical and Structural Engineering and Materials Science at UiS.

See programme for the conference in the submenu.

Contact person for the conference is Professor Hirpa G. Lemu