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					                                             Sunday, 21
17.00-   Registration
19.00-   Welcome reception (Hotel Baltiec)
                                                     Monday, 22
8.00-    Registration
9.00-    Opening Ceremony (Chair – Alexander Degtyarev)
10.30    Opening and welcome addresses from organizers (10 minutes each), Industry, Science, Education, Krylov
         Opening address by IMO
10.30-   Coffee break
11.00-   Keynote addresses (Chair – Jan de Kat)
13.00    1. C. Kuo (Safety research overview)
         2. A. Reed (Perspectives of naval ship stability)
         3. T. Svensen (Industry perspective on safety)
13.00-   Buffet lunch
14:00-   Offshore structures and Sea-Based Aviation             Rules and criteria 1 –IMO New Generation
16:00    (Chairs – Jeffrey Falzarano, Andy Breuer)              Criteria (Chairs - Ablerto Francescutto, Nikolay
         1. N. G. V. Guimarães, J.M.A. Vasconcellos. Risk
                                                                1. L. Kobyliński. Future generation stability criteria –
            Stability Evaluation in FPSO’s Units. (33)
                                                                   prospects and possibilities. (16)
         2. J. van Santen. The use of energy build up to
                                                                2. C.C. Bassler, V. Belenky, G.Bulian,
            identify the most critical heeling axis direction
                                                                   A.Francescutto, K. Syprou, N. Umeda. A Review
            for stability calculations for floating offshore
                                                                   of Available Methods for Application to Second
            structures. (53)
                                                                   Level Vulnerability Criteria (55)
         3. L. Delorme, M. Denante, A. De-Gelas,
                                                                3. N. Umeda, A. Maki, S. Izawa, H. Sano, Y. Sogawa,
            P.Santucci. New floatation devices to avoid
                                                                   E. Maeda and I. Tsukamoto. New-Generation
            helicopters’ total inversion after capsize (28)
                                                                   Intact Stability Criteria: A Step Forward. (17)
         4. J. A. Breuer, K.-G. Sjölund. Steepest Descent
                                                                4. V. Belenky, C. Bassler, K. Spyrou Dynamic
            Method. Resolving an Old Problem. (58)
                                                                   Stability Assessment in Early-Stage Ship Design

16.00-   Tea break
16:30-   Accident investigation (Chairs- Luis Perez-Rojas,      Rules and criteria 2 – IMO development(Chairs –
18:30    Michael Kuteinikov)                                    Lech Kobyliński, Naoya Umeda)
         1. R. Kishev, V. Rakitin, S. Dimitrova Analysis of     1. A.J.Peters, D Wing, S. Marshall. Stability Criteria
          the capsize and loss of a 12000 dwt bulkcarrier (3)      Evaluation and Performance Based Criteria
                                                                   Development for Damaged Naval Vessels. (38)
         2. Claes Källström, Björn Allenström, Peter
                                                                2. A. Jasionowski, A. Scott, K. Metselaar.
          Ottosson. Analysis of the Sinking Sequence of MV
                                                                   Effectiveness of Stability Standards for RoPax
          Estonia Using a Combined Simulation and Model
                                                                   Ships. (50)
          Test Approach (19)
                                                                3. B. Deakin. Stability regulation of very large sailing
         3. Dracos Vassalos and Wenkui Cai Data Mining             yachts (4)
          of Marine Accident/Incident Database for use in       4. A. Larsson, G. Ribbe, A.-L. Routi. An Analysis of
          Risk-Based Ship Design (68)                              the IMO Weather Criterion and a Procedure for
         4. A. Marón, E.Carrillo, M. E. Prieto, C.Gutiérrez        Determining a GM Limit Curve based on an
          and J.C. Carmona. Investigation on the causes of         Alternative Model Test and Numerical
          fishing vessel capsizes by means of model tests.         Simulations. (51)
          The CEHIPAR experience (41)
20.00-   Beach barbecue
                                                        Tuesday, 23
08.30-      Damage stability 1 (Chairs – Hendrik Bruhns,           Intact stability in following and quartering seas
10.30       Vasily Khramushin)                                     (Chairs –Dracos Vassalos , Arthur Reed)
                                                                  1. H. Sadat-Hosseini, P. Carrica, F. Stern, N.
            1. D. N. Smith, S. A. Marshall. Accidental Damage
                                                                      Umeda, H.Hashimoto, A.Mastuda. Comparison
              Templates (ADTs). A basis for the Future of
                                                                      CFD, System-Based Approach and EFD of Surf-
              Naval Ship Safety Certification. (9)
                                                                      riding, Periodic Motion, and Broaching for ONR
            2. M. Heywood, D. Smith. Application of Dynamic           Tumblehome. (2)
              V-Lines to Naval Vessels. (10)                      2. K.J.Spyrou, K.Weems, V.Belenky. Verification of
                                                                      the patterns of surf-riding and broaching by an
            3. M. Pawłowski. Developing the s factor. (26)            advanced hydrodynamic code. (31)
            4. W. Mironiuk. The research on the flooding time 3. Yu.Nechaev, Hein Tun. Research of Ship dynamic
              and stability parameters of the warship after           on following waves.(45)
              compartments damage. (14)                           4. K.J. Spyrou. Perceptions of broaching-to:
                                                                      discovering the past. (54)
10.30-      Coffee break
11:00-      Damage Stability 2 (Chairs – Maciej Pawlowski,       b. Intact stability (roll damping and deck in water)
13:00       Andrzej Jasionowski)                                 (Chairs – Yoshiho Ikeda, Ken Weems)
            1. C. Strasser, A. Jasionowski and D. Vassalos.      1. C.C. Bassler, A.M. Reed. Component Analysis
               Calculation of Time-to-Flood of a Box-Shaped         Study of Sectional Roll Damping. (8)
               Barge by Using CFD. (62)                          2. Y. Kawahara, K. Maekawa and Y. Ikeda. A Simple
            2. P. Ruponen. On the Application of Pressure-          Prediction Formula of Roll Damping of
               Correction Method for Simulation of                  conventional cargo ships on the Basis of Ikeda’s
               Progressive Flooding. (13)                           Method and its limitation. (46)
            3. T.A Santos,P. Dupla,C. Guedes Soares              3. S.Grochowalski. Investigation of the
               Numerical Simulation of the Progressive              Hydrodynamic Forces Generated on the
               Flooding of a Box-Shaped Barge. (34)                 Submerged Part of Deck During Ship Large
            4. C. Khaddaj-Mallat, J.-M. Rousset, and                Motions in Waves.(42)
               P.Ferrant On Factors Affecting the Transient      4. S.Grochowalski, J. Jankowski. Validation
               and Progressive Flooding Stages of Damaged           Methodology for a Software Simulating Ship
               Ro-Ro Vessels (81)                                   Behaviour in Extreme Seas. (43)
13.00-      Buffet lunch
14:00-      Damage stability 3 (Chairs – Frans Van Walree,       Non-linear dynamics (Chairs – Kostas Spyrou,
16:00       Stefan Grochowalski)                                 Christopher Bassler)
            1. L.Perez Rojas,G.B. Bulian, E.Delorme, L.Cerc      1. Z. Xing and L. McCue. Parameter Identification for
                os-Pita, J.L., Souto-Iglesias, A. A combined        Two Nonlinear Models of Ship Rolling Using
                experimental and SPH approach to sloshing and       Neural Networks. (12)
                ship roll motions. (25)                          2. A. Maki, N. Umeda. Bifurcation and Chaos in Yaw
            2. D. Vassalos and S. Kwon. Structural Failure &        Motion of a Ship at Lower Speed in Waves and Its
                Progressive Flooding due to                         Prevention Using Optimal Control. (18)
                Collision/Grounding in Extreme Environments.     3. W. Wu, K. J. Spyrou. Technical note: Prediction of
                (66)                                                global surf-riding by an extended Melnikov
            3. L. Shen, Q. Gao and D. Vassalos. The Coupled         method. (47)
                Ship-Floodwater Problem by SPH and VOF           4. S. Vishnubholtha, J. Falzarano. Importance of
                Methods. (67)                                       More Accurate Hydrodynamic Modeling on
            4. D. Vassalos, Q. Gao and Z. Gao. A multiphase         Determining Critical Nonlinear Ship Rolling
                CFD method for prediction of floodwater             Response. (71)
                dynamics. (70)
16.30       Departure for city
18-19.30    [City reception/social event]
20.-22.     [Hermitage theatre (ballet “Zhizel”)]
22.-24.     Night city tour
24.-02.     Boat tour
2.30-3.30   Return to hotel
                                               Wednesday, 24
13:30-   Safety assessment & Environmental Aspects        Parametric rolling 1 (Chairs – Vadim Belenky, Igor
15:30    (Chairs – A.J.Peters, Elena Stankova)            Boroday)
         1. G. Mermiris, D. Vassalos and N. Tsakalakis. A        1.   M. A. S. Neves, J. E. M. Vivanco, C.A.
            Risk-Based Design Paradigm: Collision Risk                Rodríguez. Nonlinear Dynamics on Parametric
            Analysis of Ro-Ro Passenger Ships (61)                    Rolling in Head Seas. (6)
         2. D. Vassalos, A. Jasionowski and J. Cichowicz         2.   V. Shigunov. On Conditions of Parametric
            Probabilistic Assessment of Post-Casualty                 Rolling for the session "Ship Dynamics in Rough
            Availability of Ship Systems (63)                         Seas". (20)
         3. M. Pawlowski, A. Jasionowski. Assignment of          3.   Y. Ogawa. A study on numerical modeling for
            Probability for Flooding Extent in Grounding.             the parametric rolling. (24)
                                                                 4.   T. Katayama and T. Taniguchi. An Experimental
         4. M. Pawłowski. Sea spectra revisited. (29)                 Study on Parametric Rolling of a High Speed
                                                                      Trimaran in Head Sea. (27)
15.30-   Tea break
16:00-    a. Operational aspects (Chairs – Jan de Kat,           Parametric rolling 2 (Chairs – Marcelo Santos
18:00     Zbigniew Szozda)                                       Neves, Sergey Sutulo)
         1. V. Shigunov. Operational Guidance for
                                                                 1. Sa Young Hong, Han C. Yu, Sungeun Kim.
              Prevention of Cargo Loss and Damage for the
                                                                    Investigation of Parametric Roll of a Container
              session "Operational Safety". (21)
                                                                    Ship in Irregular Seas by Numerical Simulation.
         2. V. Khramushin. Design Inventions and
              Experience of Stormy Navigation
              (fluidmechanics approaches to ship stabilization   2. D.Spanos, A.Papanikolaou. On the Decay and
              on heavy sea). (56)                                   Disappearance of Parametric Roll of Ships in
                                                                    Steep Head Waves. (35)
         3.   Z. Szozda. Application of the TRIPOD method
              for human factor analysis on the example of m/f    3. G.Bulian, A. Francescutto,F. Fucile. Numerical
              Jan Heweliusz capsizing (30)                          and experimental investigation on the parametric
                                                                    rolling of a trimaran ship in longitudinal regular
         4.   A.V.Slavgorodskaya, A. P.Herman, V.
                                                                    waves. (49)
              V.Lihacheva. Ways of self-regulation of steady
              movement of a trawling board (22)                  4. J. Vidic-Perunovic. Effect of Roll Restoring Lever
                                                                    Calculation on Parametric Roll Prediction in a
                                                                    Stationary Sea State. (69)
                                                                 5. S. R. Silva, S. and C. G. Soares. Non-linear Ship
                                                                    Motions in Longitudinal Waves. (36)
                                                 Thursday, 25
8:30 -   Computational Aspects of Stability Evaluation      Probabilistic Methods in Dynamics of Ships
10.30    (Chairs - Martin Renilson, Andrzej Jasionowski)    (Chairs – Leigh McCue, Gerassimos Athanassoulis)
         1. Q. Gao and D. Vassalos. Simulation of wave           1. V. Belenky, A. M. Reed, K. M. Weems. Probability
            effects on ship hydrodynamics by VOF. (59)              of Capsizing in Beam Seas with Piecewise Linear
                                                                    Stochastic GZ Curve (74)
         2. D.Lee, J.Choi, H-J.Kang Improvement of
            Survivability by Behaviour Simulation of a           2. Y. Ogawa. A study for the effect of correlation
            Damaged Ship (83)                                       between winds and waves on the capsizing
                                                                    probability under dead ship condition. (23)
         3. S. Sutulo, C. G. Soares Computation of
            Hydrodynamic Loads on a Ship Manoeuvring             3. G. Athanassoulis, I-S. C. Tsantili, T. P. Sapsis.
            in Regular Waves (80)                                   New Equations for the Probabilistic Prediction of
                                                                    Ship Roll Motion in a Realistic Stochastic Seaway
         4. S.V. Antonenko, V.O. Petrova and Y. G.
            Rybalkin. Assessment of timber-carrier deck
            cargo jettisoning dynamics (11)                      4. C.C. Bassler, ,M.J. Dippe, G.E. Lang Formation
                                                                    of Large-Amplitude Wave Groups in an
                                                                    Experimental Model Basin. (7)
10.30-   Coffee break
11:00-    Workshop on benchmarking of numerical tools            Design for safety (Chairs Stefan Grochowalski,
12:30    (Chairs – Apostolos Papanikolaou,)                      Yury Nechaev)
         1. A. Jasionowski, D. Vassalos, N. Tsakalakis,          1. D. Vassalos and N. Tsakalakis. Goal-Based Ship
            S.Day. Physical verification of stochastic process      Subdivision and Layout. (64)
            of ship capsize (75)
                                                                 2. R. Puisa, D. Vassalos, L. Guarin Design for Safety
         2. D.Spanos, A. Papanikolaou Benchmark Study on            with Minimum Life-Cycle Cost. (65)
            Numerical Simulation Methods for the Prediction
                                                                 3. M. V. Kitaev, V. M. Slavgorodski. Computer
            of Parametric Rolling of Ships in Waves (77)
                                                                    modelling and designing calculation of the rowing
                                                                    screw (15)

12.30-   Buffet lunch
13:30    Design for Safety Integrated Toolbox
15:00    Chair – Dracos Vassalos,
         1. A.B.Degtyarev, Yu.I.Nechaev. General foundations of ship dynamic problems solution in intensive
              wind and waves excitations. (40)
         2. A.V.Bogdanov, A.B.Degtyarev Software and tools for development of ship performance testbed (76)

15.00-   Tea break
15:30-   Chairs – Alexander Degtyarev, Alexander Bogdanov
17:00    1. R. Puisa, D. Vassalos Contemporary goal-based design and its application in conceptual design (72)
         2. R. Puisa, D. Vassalos An Integrated Approach to Design for Safety with Minimum Life-Cycle Cost
         3. L. Shen, D.Vassalos Applications of 3D parallel SPH for sloshing and flooding (79)

17.00-   ISC meeting
19.30-   Conference banquet. Prizes rewarding
                                                  Friday, 26
8:30-    Summarizing Discussion (Chairs – Dracos Vassalos , Jan de Kat)
10:00    Possible presenters
         Spyrou, Umeda, Bruhns, Bogdanov
11.00-   Closing ceremony
12.30    Closing Address by Y. Nechaev
         Presentation of next STAB (Kostas Spyrou)
         Closing Address from ISC (Jan de Kat)
         Closing (Alexander Degtyarev)

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