IMAM 2011    
 
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Foreword
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About IMAM
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Conference Topics
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Submission of Contributions
About IMAM

The Association was established in 1974 with the acronym of IMAEM (International Maritime Association of East Mediterranean), initially including institutions from six countries (Bulgaria, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Turkey and Yugoslavia). The membership was later progressively enlarged to most of the Mediterranean countries and neighbouring areas and, since the 1990 conference, the acronym was changed to IMAM, dropping the reference to the eastern part of the basin.

The International Maritime Association of the Mediterranean (IMAM) is proud of its more than thirty-year-long history committed to the enhancement and dissemination of technical knowledge related to study, design, construction and lifetime operation of ships and other marine structures. The focus of the Association is on the development of marine transports and on the exploitation of sea resources in the Mediterranean area, in line with the principles of a sustainable growth.

The IMAM Congresses are privileged forums for the maritime technical community of the Mediterranean. They have been hosted in the following key locations:

Genoa (2011) Istanbul (2009)
Varna (2007) Lisbon (2005)
Crete (2002) Ischia (2000)
Istanbul (1997) Dubrovnik (1995)
Varna (1993) Athens (1990)
Varna (1987) Athens (1984)
Trieste (1981) Istanbul (1978)
  
Submission of Abstracts
10 December 2010 
Notification of Abstract Acceptance
06 February 2011 
Registration to the Conference and Hotel Booking From
1 February 2011 
Submission of full-length paper
15 April 2011 
Submission of Final Paper
24 June 2011 
Notification of Final Acceptance
30 June 2011 

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Foreword
|
About IMAM
|
Conference Topics
|
Submission of Contributions