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ICE 'Breakwaters' conference - call for papers

M&CCE Expo supporter ICE, the Institution of Civil Engineers, has launched its call for papers for next year’s ‘Breakwaters’ conference - 'Coasts, Marine Structures and Breakwaters: Resilience and Adaptability in a Changing Climate'.

The latest in the quadrennial Breakwaters conference series will be held in Portsmouth, UK, between 13 and 16 September 2021, with abstracts now being requested for consideration.

As with previous iterations of Breakwaters, the 2021 event will include a site visit on Thursday 16 September, immediately after the main 3 day conference.  Details of this will be finalised shortly so do make a note in your diary!

The 2021 edition will cover the latest developments across maritime engineering topics from coasts to ports and waterfronts to breakwaters, while focusing on the full spectrum of research and study, design, construction and operations.

Given the heightened attention on the ‘climate emergency’, next year’s conference will place a big focus on how resilience and adaptability is being addressed by the maritime sector.

Click here for more details on Submission Guidelines, Themes and Topics and to submit your abstract.

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