Guest Lecture: The Future of Naval Architecture – Peter G. Noble – March 14, 2019

Speaker: Peter G. Noble | President & Senior Advisor, Noble Associates Inc.
Thursday, March 14, 2019, 4:30 – 6:00 PM | Hugh Dempster (DMP) 301 (6245 Agronomy Road)

The world shipping industry has grown tremendously during the last 40 years with annual shipments increasing almost 400%, and naval architecture is a key element in supporting this growth.
As an international subject matter expert in Arctic Offshore Engineering and LNG ship design, Peter Noble will be tackling important subjects in this field:

  • Clean energy and sustainability
  • Electric propulsion
  • Remote and autonomous marine vehicles
  • Big data, AI and machine learning
  • Ship structure and advanced materials
  • The future needs for naval architects and ocean engineers.

Peter is a past-president of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Washington DC and is serving as a Vice President of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology. Currently, he is an independent consultant, advisor and mentor, whose activities include engaging in lecturing and supporting student and young professional activities globally.