The 3rd SEA the Future 2025
SEA the Future : Southeast Asia’s Maritime futures
26-28 February 2025 in Pattaya, Thailand
“Sustainable Oceans and Coasts for next generations” is the theme of the 3rd SEA the Future Conference.
Advanced thinkers from research laboratories, maritime authorities, and industry will meet in Pattaya, Thailand, from 26-28 February 2025, to share knowledge on how humankind will use the seas while increasing the connectivity of Southeast Asia with the rest of the world.
While the conference’s intention is to be a catalyst for joint maritime research and business activities in Southeast Asia, participants from all over the world are invited to share expertise and visions for a better way of using the seas.
Faculty of International Maritime Studies, Kasetsart University, Sriracha campus, Thailand
- Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia,
- Faculty of Maritime Studies, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia
- SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, Tamil Nadu, India
AIMS AND SCOPES
- Safe(r shipping and environment) – The weakest link in terms of maritime safety is the human factor. The rapid development of autonomous technology for ships will affect shipping and its safety profoundly. Port development is a must. Managing the port in a sustainable fashion is necessary.
- Smart(er shipping technology) – Green is the new smart. Shipping is using advanced technologies, not just IT, to reduce its environmental footprint. Smart maritime education is indispensable. Maritime laws and policy need to get smarter and up-to-date.
- Sustainable (use of the oceans) – The sea is much more than just a “highway made of water” to transport goods and people. Coastal area is valuable. Coastal protection and management are important for community development. Sustainable prevention and management of marine pollution are necessary.
The 3rd SEA the Future welcomes submissions under, but not limited to,
- Beach management
- Coastal engineering
- Coastal erosion
- Coastal simulations
- Coastal management
- Port and waterfront design and engineering
Economic and Logistics Section
- Maritime economics
- Maritime logistics
- Port management
- Marine biology and sustainable management
- Marine environment and sustainable management
- Marine pollution
- Green technology in Maritime transportation
- Maritime Education and Development
- Maritime History and Development
- Maritime Laws
- Maritime Policy
- Maritime Safety and Risk Assesment
- Maritime Welfare and Seafarers
Maritime Navigation and Technology Section
- Future Maritime Trends and Technology
- Navigational Safety
- Navigational Techniques
- Ship Maneuvering
Marine Engineering Section
- Marine Corrosion
- Marine Engineering
- Marine Structural Mechanics
- Material Performance Improvement for Marine Applications
- Naval Architecture
- Offshore Engineering
- Ship Design
- Ship Resistance and Propulsion
- Subsea Engineering
- Underwater Technology
Vice President of Kasetsart University
Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentleman :
On behalf of Kasetsart University, Sriracha Campus, hosting the 3rd SEA the Future Conference, I am honored to welcome you to Thailand and to the conference. The goal of our conference is to share expertise and visions for a better way of utilizing the seas. We are determined to promote higher education in the field of maritime technology to cope with critical global issues such as safer and smarter shipping technology, sustainable use of the oceans, and to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The conference theme is “Sustainable Oceans and Coasts for Next Generations”. The conference’s objective is to be a platform for our university partners and industrial allies to exchange knowledge and expertise in a variety of fields related to maritime technology and the utilization of the sea. What we are going to learn at the conference will enable us all to think and act more thoroughly toward the sustainability of our future generations.
It is my honor to extend my heartiest greetings to invite ocean practitioners from all over the world to submit abstracts for oral presentations, or full papers to Maritime Technology and Research at the 3rd SEA the Future Conference, in Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand.
Assist. Prof. Seri KOONJAENAK, Ph.D.
Vice President for Sriracha Campus,
Invitation from Dean
Honorable Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen:
SEA the Future 2025 is the third international conference aiming at sharing and exchanging state-of-the-art knowledge, experience, and technology for sustainable development of maritime in Southeast Asia. I believe that the success of our 1st and 2nd SEA the Future can impress you and attract you to participate in the 3rd SEA the Future.
It is our intention to organize this conference for the benefit of all participants. Knowledge can be exchanged, new techniques can be shared, and friendship can be fostered. Pattaya is selected as the conference venue because, not only, it is one of the most popular sea beaches in Thailand, but notably, it also represents an abundance of culture, fruits, and seafood. If time is available, participants may enjoy themselves either by playing water sports or joining a nearby island travel.
On behalf of the Faculty of International Maritime, Kasetsart University, we are looking forward to warmly welcoming each and every delegate at the Conference. We hope that you will have great enjoyment during your time in Pattaya. I hope you will find the conference an impressive experience.
Dean of the Faculty of International Maritime Studies
The 3rd SEA the Future 2025 Publication
Presenters are only required to submit an abstract, which is a one-page content, containing a summary of your research. All abstracts will be published in the Book of Abstracts.
–Selected abstracts will be invited to extend their contents in order to submit them to Maritime Technology and Research (A Scopus-accepted journal owned by the Faculty of International Maritime Studies, Kasetsart University) for consideration with a double-blind review process.
– Alternatively, selected abstracts will be invited to submit to Journal of Maritime Logistics
Maritime Technology and Research (MTR) is a peer-reviewed journal covering all areas of maritime technology. It provides a forum for discussion of current issues, new ideas, and developments, as well as breakthroughs in coastal and oceanic arenas. The range of topics extends from coastal zone to deep ocean, including engineering, environment, logistics, as well as other management aspects such as maritime policy, maritime education, and the well-being of seafarers.
Supported by the Faculty of International Maritime Studies (Kasetsart University, Thailand), MTR aims to be a venue for researchers to share advancement. Submissions and publications are free-of-charge. Readers can freely download articles without any fee or registration.
Accepted article types
MTR accepts and publishes original research articles that contribute to advancements in maritime society. A research article should be well-structured and contain novelty that makes a significant contribution to how to explore, utilize, or manage the ocean and coast more sustainably.
MTR welcomes review articles on emerging topics of current interest. There is no page limit as long as the article contains the necessary content for the review. A review article should comprehensively summarize the current understanding of an ocean-related topic and should be based on an extensive collection of previously published research. A systematic review is also welcome.
Selected articles will be invited to be published in Journal of Maritime Logistics (JML). Journal of Maritime Logistics (JML), is an international multidisciplinary journal. This journal collects scholarly articles on different topics related to issues in the maritime industry. It provides the results of the latest research and analysis on the foreland, seaports and hinterland. It also explores several substantial areas including logistics, policy, operation, logistics, management and navigation related to three main agenda; ocean activities, seaports and hinterland.QC
|Abstract submission deadline (To be collected in Abstract Book)
|November 15, 2024
|Notification of acceptance
|December 15, 2024
|Early bird payment deadline
|December 30, 2024
|Registration & payment deadline
|February 5, 2025
February 26 – 28, 2025
Host: Faculty of International Maritime Studies, Kasetsart University
Contact name: Cherdvong Saengsupavanich
Address: 199, Moo 6, Sukhumvit Road, Sriracha, Chonburi, 20230, Thailand