ICCAS is short for International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding.
An ICCAS conference is held every 2 or 3 years and ICCAS 2013 will be the 16th ICCAS conference.
Applications of Information Technology play an important role in improving the efficiency
and productivity in the shipbuilding industry. ICCAS intends to be a forum where the industry,
the IT vendors and research organisations can meet,
hear about new achievements and exchange ideas and experiences.
The topics addressed should be of interest for managers, team leaders,
researchers and other persons interested in development of processes or
technology used in the shipbuilding industry.
The following ICCAS conferences have been held / are planned:
| Tokyo, JAPAN 1973|
| Gothenburg, SWEDEN 1976|
| Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM 1979|
| Annapolis, UNITED STATES 1982|
| Trieste, ITALY 1985|
| Shanghai, CHINA 1988|
| Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL 1991|
| Bremen, GERMANY 1994|
| Yokohama, JAPAN 1997|
| Cambridge, UNITED STATES 1999|
| Malmö, SWEDEN 2002|
| Busan, KOREA 2005|
| Portsmouth, UNITED KINGDOM 2007|
| Shanghai, CHINA 2009|
| Trieste, ITALY 2011|
| Busan, KOREA 2013|