Call for Papers
Subsea Survey 2013 is now accepting abstracts for presentation in Galveston.
The conference is seeking original presentations on projects, case studies or applications related to performing survey work for the offshore oil & gas industry, including subsea field development, pipeline installation and infield fiber optic networks. Presentations should not be an advertisement for your company's services or product.
Of special interest are the techniques utilized to perform the work, from 3D and 4D geophysical systems to shipboard Multibeam systems and towed sonar systems to utilizing ROVs, AUVs, gliders and other tools.
Survey projects in ultra-deepwater utilizing novel and leading-edge approaches are desired.
Papers on environmental assessment, geotechnical work, seismic and route, site, pipeline and abandonment surveys are also relevant.
Subsea Inspection, Monitoring, Maintenance, and Repair (IMMR)
The conference is seeking presentations on projects or case studies or applications related to performing IMMR work for the offshore oil & gas industry.
Of special interest are the techniques utilized to perform the work utilizing ROVs and AUVs for IMMR and intervention tasks.
In addition, the conference will focus on the regulatory side of IMMR and welcome presentations from the agencies responsible for IMMR regulations as well as new requirements imposed by the operators themselves.
Submission & Selection
Selection of papers will be based on the relevance to the above topics and to the solutions and/or benefits the subject matter will provide to the delegates in attendance.
To submit an abstract, please follow the instructions below:
STEP 1: Submit an Abstractâ€” Submit your 120 â€“ 200 word abstract to the email address below. Be sure to include your name, company, and contact information. If your paper has been presented previously, please indicate which event and when it was presented. There is no deadline for abstract submission, however, there are a limited number of presentations accepted for this event, and consideration will be handled on a first-come basis.
STEP 2: If your abstract is accepted, you will be notified and asked to register as a presenter. Registration must be received within 14 days of abstract acceptance.
STEP 3: Bring your presentation and optional paper to the event on a flash drive. They will be included in the conference proceedings. You may also bring and distribute your paper as a handout at the show after your session.
Content - All presentations should be of the highest caliber, informative, forward-looking, and non-commercial. Speakers should provide attendees with:
Insight into the future of survey and mapping applications;
Intelligence into upcoming opportunities, contracts, installations or requirements;
Knowledge about the technology and/or market/economics within the industry.
Time Allowed - You will have 20-25 minutes to present and 5-12 minutes for Q&A. The conference schedule is tight so please stay within your allotted time.
Media - Prepare your presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint. Subsea Survey will provide a PC computer, multi-media projector, remote clicker/laser pointer, and a computer operator. If you use Keynote, Prezi, or something other than PowerPoint, please bring your own laptop.