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The VII Asia-Pacific Symposium on Marine Fluid Dynamics will be held at FEFU
From 10 on 13 September on the campus of the Far Eastern Federal University on. Russian will host the VII Asia-Pacific Symposium on Marine Hydrodynamics (APHydro 2014), the university press service reported. The results of their research and development will be presented by more than 40 scientists from leading universities and research centers in Russia, Vietnam, Indonesia, China, Malaysia, the Republic of Korea and Japan. APHydro is held in Asian countries since 2000, but the Russian Federation will host the first meeting of the largest specialists in marine hydrodynamics in the APR for the first time.
APHydro is recognized by the broad scientific community as a traditional international symposium on hydrodynamics, naval architecture and ocean technology. The VII conference on the FEFU campus will be held in several areas: design and risks in the operation of ships, offshore construction and hydrodynamics, new technologies in shipbuilding and the use of renewable energy sources, as well as on other specialized topics.
One of the sessions of the upcoming international symposium in FEFU will be devoted to the development of scientific ideas of the leading specialist in shipbuilding and ship repair, Professor Nikolai Barabanov. 5 September 2014 year turned 100 years from the birth of this great scientist-
In addition, during the three-day symposium, it is planned to sign an agreement on cooperation between the Far Eastern Federal University and the Krylov State Scientific Center (St. Petersburg). This large scientific center specializes in research in the field of marine and river engineering, hydrodynamics, strength and hydroacoustics, and also develops and examines shipbuilding and shipbuilding programs, projects of sea and river ships, ships and structures.