Following the successful organisation of the 1st MOSES workshop in 2017, the 2nd International conference on Modelling and Optimisation of Ship Energy Systems (MOSES2019) aims to address the contemporary challenges and stimulate the interest of scientists and professionals working in the field of the ship energy systems design and operation.
Stringent environmental regulations, volatility of fuel prices, alternative fuels, development of emerging technologies, artificial intelligence methods, big data analytics, ship systems autonomy and 4th industrial revolution concepts provide to the ship energy systems designer and operator both challenges and opportunities, which if appropriately addressed will result in step changes in the way the ships energy systems are perceived today.
In this respect, MOSES2019 will provide an opportunity to bring together scientists and professionals from industry, academia, government departments, private institutions, research institutions, being a forum for the exchange of the most contemporary ideas, techniques, methods and experience in the area of ship energy systems including modelling, optimisation, control, maintenance, safety, autonomy, environmental friendliness and sustainability.
29 April 2019: The MOSES2019 official presentation template can be downloaded by using the following link
29 April 2019: A selection of papers will be recommended for publication consideration on the following special issues: Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (MDPI). This special issue will also host papers not presented in the MOSES2019 Conference
25 April 2019: SeaTec UK Ltd is sponsoring MOSES2019 Conference
8 April 2019: The best/selected papers will be recommended for publication consideration on the following special issues:
Energy – The International Journal (Elsevier).
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (MDPI)
8 April 2019: The updated conference programme is available on the following link
2 April 2019: Wärtsilä UK Limited is sponsoring MOSES2019 Conference
1 April 2019: Journal of Marine Science and Engineering is a Media Partner of MOSES2019 Conference
12 February 2019: Preliminary conference programme is available on the following link
31 January 2019: online early bird registration is available on the following link
10 December 2018: Full paper submission deadline extended to 7 January 2019.
7 December 2018: guidelines on uploading the full paper are available on the submission page.
9 November 2018: MOSES2019 conference paper template can be downloaded by using the following link.
22 October 2018: Abstract submission deadline extended to 29 October 2018.
Maritime Safety Research Centre, Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering
University of Strathclyde