The 16th International Ship Stability Workshop, ISSW2017 will be held in Belgrade, Serbia, from 5th to 7th of June, 2017. The Workshop will be organized by the Department of Naval Architecture, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade, under the auspices of the International Standing Committee. Read more...
The School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) invites potential applicants to express their interest for the following two academic positions that are foreseen to be formally announced in the very near future:
Assistant Professor in the Section of Ship and Marine Hydrodynamics (a PDF with more information is available here)
Assistant/Associate Professor with experience in the area of Marine Structures (a PDF with more information is available here).
Proceedings of STAB2015 (Glasgow) are now available as separate papers, as well as a single pdf file (thanks to Evangelos Boulougouris, Strathclyde University). Click here to access.
The doctoral thesis and the biography of Jaakko Rahola (1902-1973), who created “The Rahola Criterion”, the first method widely adopted internationally for the assessment of intact ship stability, are now freely available for download as pdf documents in Aaltodoc, the electronic publication archive of Aalto University.
Proceedings of STAB2009 - St. Petersburg are now available as separate pdf papers, as well as a single zip archive (thanks to Jean-François Leguen and Paul Creismeas, DGA Hydrodynamics, France). Click here to access...
Proccedings of the 14th International Ship Stability Workshop are now available as both a single package and as separate files. Click here to have acces to them.
Thanks to the ISSW2014 organizing committee and to Jean-Francois Leguen for the editorial help.
Proceedings of ISSW 2010 - Wageningen are now available as separate papers, as well as a single pdf file (thanks to Jean-François Leguen, DGA Hydrodynamics, France ; Frans van Walree, MARIN, The Netherlands). Click here to access.