2nd International Conference on Structural Integrity of Offshore Energy Industry, Aberdeen, September 9-10, 2019 

Register online at: http://asranet.co.uk/Conferences/SI2019

(Information regarding the conference can also be found HERE

Structural Integrity 2019, like its predecessor Structural Integrity 2018, will be a 'boutique' conferences with some 50 papers and 100 participants, and strongly focused on its main themes. It will again bring together a 50/50 mix of international academics and industry, facilitating interactions between the two sectors.

This conference is of interest to:

  • Offshore energy operators who can present state-of-the-sector challenges
  • Technical authorities who can inform the sector about latest developments in regulatory documents
  • Academic and industry participants who can disseminate results, projects and research and get exposure of their expertise
  • Students and recent graduates who look for employment opportunities and career advancement
  • Everybody for professional and social networking

The list of confirmed keynote and invited speakers includes:

  • Prof. Kamran Nikbin, Imperial College, London
  • Prof. Tat-Hean Gan, TWI, NSIRC and Brunel University, UK
  • Dr Mark Manzocchi, Atkins, UK
  • Dr Mohammed Nabavian, Wood, UK,
  • Dr Mark Mulheron, Surrey University, UK
  • Dr Xiaokang Yin, China University of Petroleum,
  • Prof. Dimitrios Pavlou, Stavanger University, Norway
  • Prof. Claudio Ruggieri, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Dr Erik Vanem, DNVGL, Norway
  • Prof. Danie Hattingh, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa,
  • Prof. Noel O'Dowd, Limerick University, Ireland
  • Dr Ali Mehmanparast, Cranfield University, UK

Conference Themes:

  • Fatigue, fracture and corrosion
  • Deterministic deterioration models and analysis
  • Probabilistic deterioration models and analysis
  • Dealing with uncertainty in structural integrity assessment
  • Structural integrity under extreme loads and in extreme environments
  • Structural integrity of fixed, floating and submerged structures
  • Structural integrity of pipes and risers
  • Structural integrity of wind and tidal turbines and wave energy extractors
  • Life-cycle assessment, asset integrity management decisions and optimization
  • Safe and efficient asset life extension
  • Structural integrity in decommissioning
  • Reusable structures and repowering
  • Design for extended safe lifespan
  • Component and system reliability
  • Probabilistic computational mechanics
  • Multi-scale material, defect and damage modelling
  • Structural health and condition monitoring
  • Intelligent use of monitored data
  • ‘Digital twins’ for structural integrity
  • Structural integrity of additively manufactured materials
  • Case studies in structural integrity, safety and reliability

Collaborators and students are encouraged to submit abstracts (to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), and later papers, and attend the conference. Group discounts may be discussed for larger groups of attendees with shared affiliation.