IMarEST - ICMET Oman 2019

05 Nov 2019 09:00AM - 07 Nov 2019 06:00PM Military Technological College, Muscat, Oman Partner Event

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The International Conference on Marine Engineering & Technology Oman (ICMET Oman 2019), 5-7 November 2019, Muscat, will explore a rigorous academic programme with sessions on:

  • ship design and propulsion
  • marine professional development
  • safe automation and remote manning
  • naval engineering
  • support and infrastructure
  • marine resources and security
  • sustainability and green shipping

With papers submitted from over 40 organisations across 17 countries, ICMET Oman 2019 looks set to be a truly outstanding showcase of cutting edge marine engineering and technology. The conference will include a selection of eminent keynote speakers from organisations such as DNV GL, Royal Navy of Oman and MAN Energy.



  • Dr. Andrew Tyler CBE FREng FRAeS FIMarEST RCNC MRICS – President, IMarEST

Keynote topic: Solving the world’s marine challenges with engineering, science, and technology

  • Mr. Christian Freiherr Von Oldershausen Dipl. Ing. - Vice President Segment Director Navy, DNV GL

Keynote topic: A pragmatic approach to regulating new technology

  • Dr. Ahmed Al-Abri - Chief Executive Officer, Ports Management & Operation Company

Keynote topic: Safe management & operation of ports and future vision of Omani ports

  • Engineer Ibrahim Al-Nadhairi MBA - Chief Operating Officer, Oman Shipping Company

Keynote topic: Green shipping

  • Dr. Mohammed S. Al-Muqadam - Board Member, Oman Historical Association

Keynote topic: The role of the naval fleet in the Omani history

  • Mr. Lex Nijsen A.P.A.A - Vice President, Head Four-Stroke Marine Sales, MAN Energy Solutions SE

Keynote topic: Future developments of marine propulsion – transition to alternative fuel

  • Captain (Eng.) Awadh Al Mamari - Head of Engineering Support, Royal Navy of Oman

Keynote topic: From patrol boats to complex war ships - the challenges of strategic changes to engineering organizations in RN