Hydro17 - Call for Papers

1 February 2017

Deadline extended to 31st March

Hydro17, the 25th international Hydrographic Conference and Exhibition of the International Federation of Hydrographic Societies (IFHS), will be hosted by the Hydrographic Society Benelux (HSB).

Moored on the South bank of the Port of Rotterdam, the SS Rotterdam will once again be the venue for Hydro17. The historic vessel also offers hotel facilities for conference delegates as well as plenty of options for dining, networking, meeting fellow delegates or arranging meetings.

This year's Hydro conference will focus on strengthening the internal connections within the hydrographic world, whilst also seeking to connect with adjacent disciplines. Connection will, therefore, be a common theme throughout the conference.

The call for papers is open to abstracts addressing a hydrographic theme including, but not limited, to the following topics:

Authors are invited to submit abstracts of 300 words or less to submissions@hydro17.com by 28th February 2017.

Abstracts must include:

Contributions from young people (including students) and developing countries are especially encouraged. Students presenters will be eligible for consideration for the £500 Prize for the Best Student Presentation.

Contributions that are very commercial in nature, rather than innovative, will not be accepted.

Successful authors will be notified by 30 April 2017. Guidelines for submitting the full conference paper and presentation material will be sent with the notification and made available on hydro17.com. Abstracts will be reproduced in the conference book.

Online delegate registration will be available at hydro17.com later in the year.

If you have any questions regarding the call for papers please contact submissions@hydro17.com or visit the Hydro17 website.

A range of Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities are also available for Corporate Members and other organisations wishing to have a presence of Hydro17.   


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