PRIMaRE Conference

Abstract Deadline Extension: Please note that the deadline for submitting abstracts to present your research at the next PRIMaRE Conference on the 5th and 6th July at the University of Bristol has been extended until Friday 13th April.

The PRIMaRE annual conference provides a forum for exchanging latest research & development and fostering collaborations on Marine Renewable Energy. It covers a wide range of topics in marine renewable energy, including: technology, policy, environment, hydrodynamics, resource characterisation, materials, operation and management, etc.

The conference is sponsored by the University of Bristol, thus there will be no registration fee for attending the 5th PRIMaRE Conference.

In order to present your research, please produce an abstract of no more than 300 words using the template text/link below and submit it to www.primare.events by Friday 13th April 2018. Work can be presented as an oral and/or poster presentation.

Please email [email protected] if you have any queries or if you are interested in requesting display space.

Important Dates:

  • April 3 Deadline for abstract submissions (extended to April 13)
  • May 8 Notification of acceptance
  • July 5 Conference inauguration


Abstract Structure

TITLE OF ABSTRACT (Centered, 14 Points, Bold)

A. LastName1, B. LastName1, C. LastName2

1University, Department, [email protected]
2Company, [email protected]

KEYWORDS: Up to 5 Keywords (e.g. Wave Energy, Survivability, Numerical Modelling, environmental impact, energy policy)

Please place your abstract here using 11 point Calibri font (Normal Style) and no figures or tables. References should be noted with square brackets [1]. The abstract should summarise the context of the presentation or poster in no more than 300 words (excluding references), and include:
The aims & objectives of the research or design project.
A description of the methodology as appropriate to the research discipline (e.g. engineering, environmental, policy, social, economic).
The main results and their significance (e.g. How will the results guide development of devices, inform policy and regulation or support investment?)

The abstract submission deadline is Tuesday 3rd April. Instructions for submitting the abstract and conference registration details will be announced when the new PRIMaRE website is launched in early March. Work can be presented as an oral and/or poster presentation.

REFERENCES [1] Ransley, E., Greaves, D., Raby, A., Simmonds, D., Hann, M., Survivability of Wave Energy Converters using CFD, Renewable Energy, 109 (2017): 235-247

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