The 5th International Conference on Advanced Model Measurement Technology for The Maritime Industry (AMT’17)


Date: 11-13 October 2017

Venue: Technology Innovation Centre (TIC), Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland (UK)

Conference organisation: AMT’17 is organised by Hydro Testing Forum (HTF) in collaboration with Strathclyde University and SNAME Western European Section (WES).

Conference theme: AMT’17 is of benefit to Industry, academia and students interested in advanced model and full-scale testing methodologies, and measurement techniques used in the marine environment. The conference theme, like the previous AMT’ (09, 11, 13, 15) conferences, covers all the diverse state of the art measurement technologies in the marine environment such as: 

  • PIV/ LDA operation; 
  • High speed video; 
  • Flow data analysis and visualization; 
  • 3-D wave field measurements; 
  • Pod/Dynamic forces; 
  • Wireless data transmission; 
  • Intelligent materials and production methods; 
  • Wetted surface; 
  • Free running model technologies. 

In reflecting the current HTF activities, in AMT’17 there will be special emphasis placed on the detailed flow measurements, underwater radiated noise measurements, nuclei measurements; coatings and antifouling performance measurements as well as measurement uncertainty.

In addition to the disseminations from the HTF and other participants, the conference provides a good opportunity for networking, both with delegates and invited equipment manufacturers exhibiting their products.

Paper Submission: The corresponding Authors will be able to submit their draft paper manuscripts through the full paper submission link Full paper submission link according to the instruction provided until August 14th, 2017. If the Authors fell into any problem, please send your full paper to the conference secretariat at

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  • Conference Secretary:  

Dr Weichao Shi: +44 (0)141 548 3237 

  • Conference Chair: 

Prof Mehmet Atlar: +44 (0)141 548 4947