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(Group photo of professors and students of the three institutes)
On October 20, 2023, faculty and student representatives from the Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) participated in the 10th KAIST-SJTU-UTokyo Joint Symposium. The meeting was held at the KAIST campus in Daejeon, Korea, and gathered experts and researchers in the field of naval and ocean engineering from SJTU. The agenda of the symposium consisted of three main sessions: opening and introduction, presentations and discussions, and conclusion and outlook.
At the beginning of the conference, professor Daejun Chang, the moderator of the Department of Ocean Systems Engineering, Graduate School of KAIST, Korea, Prof. Xinliang Tian, representative of Shanghai Jiaotong University and Deputy Dean of the Department of Naval architecture and ocean engineering, and Prof. Ken Takagi, representative of the University of Tokyo and professor of the Department of Marine Technology and Engineering, as the representatives of the three universities, introduced the progress and achievements made by the three universities in the field of ocean engineering.
(Opening talk by Prof. Tian Xinliang, representative of S SJTU and Deputy Director of the Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering)
In the special report and discussion session, four professors and students from Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) gave talks to share the progress and achievements in ocean engineering .
Xiantao Zhang, Associate Professor of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering, SJTU, presented "A frequency domain hydro-elastic model for an offshore floating membrane-type photovoltaic platform", which introduced the advanced design analysis methods and results on offshore floating thin film photovoltaic platforms.
(Report by Xiantao Zhang, Associate Professor, Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering, SJTU)
Yuchao Yuan, Associate Professor of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering, SJTU, gave a talk on "A simplified analysis approach for huge-scale nonlinear transient dynamic evaluation of ship hull", which introduced a simplified analysis method in the design and development of new structures for ships and marine equipment.
(Report by Yuchao Yuan, Associate Professor, Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering, SJTU)
Yang Yu, PhD student at the School of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering, SJTU gave a presentation on "Predicting mooring line tension of floating structure by machine learning", which introduced the application of machine learning methods in the prediction of mooring line tension.
(Report by Yu Yang, PhD student, Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering, SJTU)
Guangqi Liu, Master student of the school of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering, SJTU, gave a report on "Experimental Methods of Dual-Head Floating Wind Turbine Model Based on Dual Repeaters", which introduced the application of repeaters in floating wind turbine in hybrid model experiments.
(Report on the conference by Guangqi Liu, graduate student, Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering, SJTU)
In the final session of the meeting, Prof. Xinliang Tian, Deputy Director of the Department of Naval architecture and ocean engineering of SJTU, as the representative of the organizer of the next KAIST-SJTU-UTokyo Joint Academic Symposium, looked forward to a deeper, more frequent and more diversified academic exchanges among the three universities in the future, and invited the faculty and students of KAIST and UT to attend the next academic symposiums at SJTU in 2024.
(Prof. Xinliang Tian, representative of Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Deputy Director of the Department of Naval architecture and ocean engineering, was invited to summarize the conference and its outlook)
After the meeting, the representatives of professors and students from the three schools had a friendly and in-depth conversation, and the successful organization of this seminar not only builds a deeper friendship and cooperation, but also enhances academic exchanges between the parties and lays a solid foundation for future cooperation. We believe that this seminar will contribute to the mutual exchanges and common development of the three universities in the field of ocean engineering.
(Group photo of representatives of teachers from the three schools)
The symposium aimed to provide a platform for participants to share the latest research, discuss cutting-edge technologies and promote the advancement of marine science and technology. Participants discussed important topics such as advanced design and analysis, advanced shipping and marine operations, as well as energy, environment and decarbonization. Through communication and cooperation, the conference promoted international interaction and joint development in the field of marine technology. This is of positive significance in promoting continuous innovation and sustainable development in ship and ocean engineering.