Naval Construction Repair and Refit

Venue: London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Dec 07, 2009 End Date/Time: Dec 09, 2009
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Defence IQ’s Naval Construction, Repair and Refit conference will bring together the naval platform support community in London to discuss the topics that will help you achieve a flexible approach to through life capability management for your fleet, enabling you to achieve a mission ready navy, ready to respond to any situation.

Your Expert Speaking Panel Includes:
Rear Admiral Matteo Bisceglia, Head of New Construction Department, Italian Navy
Rear Admiral Joseph F. Campbell, Deputy Director, Logistics, Maintenance and Industrial Operations, US Naval Sea Systems Command
Rear Admiral Stéphane Verwaerde, Deputy Chief of Staff Plans and Programmes, French Naval
Commodore David Preston, Director Afloat Support, UK MoD
Commodore A.J. de Waard, General Director of the Royal Netherlands Naval Maintenance, Defence Material Organisation, Ministry of Defence (Netherlands)
Commodore Seshadri Vasan (Ret’d), Head, Strategy and Security, Centre for Asia Studies Chennai
Captain G. H Ensing, Director Concepts and Development, Ressort Sea Systems, Defence Material Organisation, Ministry of Defence (Netherlands)
Captain William Martin, Naval Attaché, Australian Commission
Captain Riccardo Ravera, New Contraction Department, Italian Navy
David Andrews FREng PhD FRINA RCNC, Professor of Engineering Design, Department of Mechanical Engineering, UCL
Captain Mark Welsh, Professor of the Practice, Naval Construction and Engineering, MIT
Captain (N) Richard Gravel, Deputy Programme Manager, Halifax Class Modernisation, Canadian Forces
Captain Ian Shipperly, Superintendent Fleet Maintenance, HMS Devonport, Royal Navy
Georges Joab, Director, Design and Engineering Department, DCNS
Mike Whalley,Warships Strategy Director, Marine Division, Babcock International Group
Dr Norman Friedman, International Naval Consultant and Author
Bob Simpson, Business Manger, Naval Ships, Lloyd’s Register