CIMAC issues call for papers

By Jack Burke13 July 2021

The organizers of the 30th CIMAC World Congress on Combustion Engines are inviting industry members to submit proposals in the fields of marine, power generation and locomotive engine research & development covering state-of-the-art technologies, as well as the application of such engines and systems.

CIMAC is the global platform for dialogue for the various stakeholders in the large engine industry. Every three years, CIMAC holds an international Congress. The 30th CIMAC World Congress will take place from June 13-17, 2022, in Busan, South Korea.

The event is designed for stakeholders keep up to date with what is happening in the large engine industry and have an opportunity to discuss technological challenges and solutions with other specialists and fellow colleagues.

A statement from CIMAC says: “As our industry is facing enormous challenges, a holistic technical exchange on the state of affairs is imperative. Not to mention the end user’s perspective to complete the loop of providing feedback to technology solutions from the field, for lessons to be learned and ideas for future developments.”

South Korea was selected as the venue as it’s considered the leading ship manufacturer worldwide, with its shipbuilding industry maintaining the top position in the global market for a third consecutive year.

More information on submitting proposals is available here.

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