The next E-LASS event will take place June 17, 2021.
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E-LASS#14 will be a digital event organized in collaboration with members around the Baltic Sea, including Meyer Turku. You can expect several interesting presentations from the RAMSSES project on practical lightweight applications and hopefully we will also find relevant speakers on the wished regulatory theme.
If you are interested to present at our next event, you are welcome to submit a ½ page abstract proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Established in 2013, The European network for lightweight applications at sea (E-LASS) gather stakeholders interested in lightweight design for the maritime industry. The aim is to create an organization where exchange of information and knowledge becomes easy and natural. The commitment to initiate collaboration with other networks is in line with this aim. E-LASS has over 300 members from 32 different nations.
The need for lightweight materials and lightweight design at sea is driven by the two main societal challenges of today: energy efficiency and environmental stewardship. A lighter vessel will use less fuel and a semi-submersible offshore platform can only fully attain an optimized weight distribution through proper lightweight design. An offshore wind turbine deprived of lightweight design and lightweight materials is scarcely imaginable. For many applications, however, the increased use of novel lightweight designs are being slowed down by tradition and conservative resistance to change, coupled to a lack of experience and knowledge. E-LASS aims at facilitating activities in support of necessary development of lightweight design.
It is easy to become a member of E-LASS
Membership in E-LASS includes:
1. Free membership
2. Possibility to present at, participate in and host E-LASS events, organised two times per year.
3. Possibility to publish company information at e-lass.eu.
4. Possibility to initiate R&D and commercial projects through the E-LASS network initiatives.