CEDA Dredging Days is the flagship conference and exhibition of the Central Dredging Association (CEDA) and is the main event on the dredging industry calendar in the CEDA (EMEA) region. On the second day, IADC grants the IADC Young Author Award to the best paper written and presented by authors younger than 35 years of age.
About the CEDA Dredging Days
The CEDA Dredging Days is widely considered to be the primary forum for leading researchers, and industry experts, to share ideas, discuss challenges and consider potential solutions. The conference is well-attended by professionals representing the entire cross-section of the dredging field, from across the CEDA region and beyond, so it’s also appreciated for the exceptional networking opportunities it offers. The CEDA Dredging Days programme will follow its successful format of contributed peer-reviewed technical paper sessions, academic and interactive sessions, a Young CEDA pitch talks session, and a technical exhibition.
Program highlights include:
• Panel discussion on energy transition
• 3 featured CEDA presentations
• 18 peer-reviewed papers presented by international experts in 6 technical sessions
• An interactive session, on stakeholder involvement
• Young CEDA Pitch Talks sessions
• Dredging exhibition, where leading companies showcase their latest products and services
• CEDA Netherlands Reception
For questions and/or registration, mail to Anna Csiti: email@example.com
About the IADC Young Author Award
To stimulate the promotion of new ideas and encourage the young men or women in the dredging industry and its related fields, the IADC instituted the IADC Young Author Award. Each year at selected conferences, the IADC grants the award to the best paper written and presented by authors younger than 35 years of age. In each case, the Conference Paper Committee recommends a winner whose paper makes a significant contribution to the literature on dredging and related fields. The winning author receives a prize – a statue and €1,000 – and the paper is published in Terra et Aqua, IADC’s quarterly journal.