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Initiated and organised by the Centre d'études et d'expertise sur les risques, l'environnement, la mobilité et l'aménagement (Cerema), the Ecole supérieure d'ingénieurs des travaux de la construction de Caen (ESITC Caen), the Société hydrotechnique de France (SHF), the World Association for Maritime and Inland Waterway Transport Infrastructures (AIPCN/PIANC) and Syntec Ingénierie, this new event aims to become a place for exchanging and sharing French and European maritime know-how. During the "Rencontres de l'Ingénierie Maritime", experts, scientists, public and private project managers, representatives of contracting authorities and economic players will present and debate the many challenges facing the territories. Over three days, this first edition will address numerous subjects such as complex developments and structures, digital methods and instrumentation, energy and climate issues, integration of structures and nature-based solutions.



Calls for abstracts

Calls for abstracts: closed

Abstracts must be written in English or French and limited to 500 words, without including illustrations. They must be related to one of the conference themes.


Call for full papers

Submission starting on the 1st of April 2022

Template available here

Please submit your document in word format


Topics covered

  • Complex developments and structures for tomorrow's maritime and coastal territories, in a context of uncertainty
  • Adaptation of maritime and coastal infrastructures to climate change, taking into account associated risks
  • Asset management of facilities, instrumentation, risk-based management, contributions of digital twins
  • Digital methods for maritime and port construction and design
  • Renewable marine energy (hydraulic energy, offshore wind energy)
  • Environmental and societal integration of structures
  • Nature-based solutions, eco-design, 'working with nature
  • Norms, standardisation, regulations
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