Current Issue: Maritime Simulation
In the past decade we have seen increasing demand from the offshore industry, in particular, for highly sophisticated and complex simulations, ranging from windfarm installations using dynamic positioning to first-time heavy lift procedures. Not only is there an expectation that the hydrodynamics will mimic the real vessel and its integral machinery, but a requirement that the simulation will reflect what will happen in the real life operation.
[Guest Editor Clayton S. Burry]
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Call for Technical Papers
The JOT production team invites the submission of technical papers that describe cutting edge research (themes and deadlines below). Papers should present the results of new (i.e., not previously published) research in ocean technology, science or engineering, and be no more than 7,500 words in length. All papers are subject to a rigorous peer-review process. All peer-reviewed papers in the JOT are open access.
Climate change: adapting to a changing Arctic - submit by May 30, 2016
Baited traps for fishing - submit by August 16, 2016
Marine tourism - November 18, 2016
Aquaculture - February 24, 2017
Ocean Innovation - May 26, 2017
Mapping the deep - August 25, 2017