Stevens High-Speed Tow Tank Re-Commissioning and Technical Symposium

Discussion in 'Press Releases' started by CDBarry, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. CDBarry
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    CDBarry Senior Member

    Especially for those of you in the New York City Area

    Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, will celebrate the re-commissioning of the Davidson Laboratory high-speed towing tank with a three-day event starting on 11 December 2006. First opened in 1944, the facility remains one of the world’s leading centers for research and education in the fields of naval architecture and ocean engineering. The recently completed renovations have significantly enhanced the facility’s capabilities.
    The three-day celebration will include a formal Grand Opening ceremony on December 11, followed by a two-day Technical Symposium in which invited speakers will provide their perspectives on the future of technology development and education in naval architecture and ocean engineering. Further details regarding the program, and instructions for registration, will be forthcoming. For questions and additional information as the full program of speakers and topics is confirmed, please write to:
  2. Ike
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    Ike Senior Member

    Hey Chris. Wow. Wish I could be there. Say hello to Dan Savitsky for me.
  3. Thunderhead19
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    Thunderhead19 Senior Member

    BCRI had some good food at their last shin-dig.
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