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Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl, BIMCO's Manager for Maritime Safety and Security, will be chairing two sessions.
Implementation of IMO 2020 Sulphur Rules (Two presentations 27 April 09:40-10:20 CET)
Fuel cells (Five presentations 28 April 09:40-11:50 CET)
The World Maritime Technology Conference (WMTC) is held every third year under the auspices of the World Maritime Technology Congress. WMTC is one of the most important conferences in the field of maritime technology globally.
The stated aim for the congress and thus conference is to provide general benefit for the global marine community as a whole and mutually for individual organisations and their members by providing a forum for joint development and implementation of selected specific initiatives.
The conference attracts professionals within the fields of naval architecture and marine and offshore engineering. Likewise, the conference is relevant for companies, executives and other professionals with an interest in naval architecture and marine and offshore engineering. In addition, a student programme enables national as well as international students to attend and present their work.
The World Maritime Technology Congress consists of 21 member organisations from 17 countries and is thus a worldwide organisation connecting professionals within the field of maritime technology.
Up to now, WMTC has been held six times with the last conference (WMTC 2018) hosted by the Shanghai Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers in Shanghai, China in 2018.