10-12 March 2026
London, Excel

Call for Papers Deadline Extension

The Oceanology International technical conference comprises a series of themed ocean science and technology conference tracks run across the three days of the Oceanology International show. Technical conference tracks showcase the latest developments in ocean science and technology and their uses in support of ocean economic activity and the protection of the environment.  The composition of each technical track draws on proposals for papers submitted by the ocean science and technology community which address any one of the following broad thematic areas below.

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Latest developments for monitoring the integrity of offshore infrastructure such as oil and gas production facilities and offshore renewable energy installations. 

Technologies and techniques that contribute to monitoring and responding to the impacts of climate change on the ocean, or which support climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Ocean technology developments that inform activities in shallow coastal waters and at the interface between the land and the sea.

Advances in the fields of analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence and their application to aid the interpretation, visualisation and use of ocean data.

Latest developments in the means to collect hydrographic, geophysical and geotechnical data.

Development and application of innovative marine imaging and measurement technologies.

Technologies that support efforts to reduce carbon emissions associated with offshore and coastal activities. 

Technologies and techniques supporting response to oil or chemical spills and other forms of marine pollution, including plastics and other debris. 

Latest developments in the means to obtain the situational awareness needed to ensure maritime security and the protection of critical infrastructure. 

Techniques and technologies for navigation and positioning on and below the sea surface.  

Latest developments in ocean data communications, above and below the sea surface.

Developments in the means to observe and measure the physical, chemical, biological and biogeochemical characteristics of the ocean.

Application of ocean technology in support of the exploitation of ocean energy resources and enabling the energy transition. 

Use of bathymetric, geophysical, geotechnical and metocean data to support the design, construction and operation of offshore and coastal infrastructure.  

Innovative developments and applications in marine autonomous systems, including Robotics, AUVs, ROVs and ASVs.