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The first round of the national event of offshore idea making will be held

The first round of the national event of offshore idea making will be held

The national event of offshore idea making will be held June 11th-12th, 2019 with the goal of collecting and accelerating the entrance of ideas into the good production market with various topics in this area.

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, the national space and advanced transportation administration has aimed to hold the first round of the national event of offshore idea making with the goal of “accelerating the entrance of ideas into the good production market”, “creating the current of turning ideas into products” and “accelerating and facilitating the entrance of products into the market”.

Recognizing New Ideas in Offshore Region

The first round of the national event of offshore idea making will be held by faculty of mechanics of Sharif University and with the support of the national space and advanced transportation administration. The aim of this event is “recognizing individuals with creative and innovative ideas in the offshore field” and “supporting the commercialization of products in this area”.

The first round of the national event of offshore idea making will be held with different topics of “optimization of repair and maintenance of offshore structures”, “automation of exploitation of marine platforms”, “marine renewable energies”, and “artificial intelligence in mining”.

This national event will be held June 11th-12th, 2019 along with the eighth international conference of offshore industries. Registration deadline of the event is May 21st 2019. For more information, please refer to www.oiciran8.com.






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