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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES The Conference registration fee gives access to the conference hall and all workshops

and seminars. It also includes conference proceedings, coffee/tea breaks, lunches during the conference days and a conference gala dinner. The following conference fees apply: Author(s): 350,00 USD (early registration: 300,00 USD) Reduced fee will be considered possible for delegates of the Andean Community. Please contact the Secretariat for more information. Details for payments will be given in the second announcement.

CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT Universidad Catlica Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo,Department of Engineering Address: Av. Panamericana Norte 808, Chiclayo, Per Phone: +51 979590319 Fax: +51 74606201 Email: info@ids2013.pe Website: www.ids2013.pe LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE Prof. Jos Enrique Fuentes Vrtiz Prof. Manuel Urcia Larios Prof. Marina Zaliotkina

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME 17th July 2013, Wednesday Registration from 8.00 a.m. Conference opening 10.00 a.m. 11.00 a.m. Key lectures 11.00 a.m. 12.00 a.m. Buffet lunch 12.00 a.m. 2.00 p.m. Technical sessions 2.00 p.m. 5.50 p.m. 18th July 2013, Thursday Technical sessions 9.00 a.m. 12.50 a.m. Buffet lunch 12.50 a.m. 2.00 p.m. Technical sessions 2.00 p.m. 3.40 p.m. Visit to the SIMA Shipyard 4.00 p.m. 7.00 p.m. Conference dinner 8.00 p.m. 19th July 2013, Friday Technical sessions 9.00 a.m. 12.50 a.m. Buffet lunch 12.50 a.m. 2.00 p.m. Conference closing 2.00 p.m. 3.00 p.m. River cruise 4.00 p.m. 7.00 p.m.

SPONSORS Conference will be held under the patronage of Peruvian Institutions, the University of Trieste and the USAT of Chiclayo. Conference is supported by several local and international companies.

The fundamental aim of the International Conference Safety and energy efficiency in river transportation for a sustainable development of the Peruvian Amazon Region is to contribute to the sustainable development of the emerging areas of the Peruvian Amazon. The Conference focus is on all the crucial aspects of river transportation of people, goods and services, taking into account the fundamental role played by river transportation in the economic and social development of the Amazon region and considering the peculiarities of this sector. The Conference is held within the IDS (Ingenieria por un Desarollo Sostenible) concept, and aims to create a framework where technicians and researchers may participate to promote an environmentally sustainable improvement for the life of people in the Andean Region. The Conference is an opportunity for designers, research organizations, academic institutions, shipbuilders, owners, classification societies, etc. to actively contribute to the improvement of river transportation and exploitation systems, with the final goal of making river transportation a safe efficient, environmentally friendly and profitable sector for local people. INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE Prof. Maximiliano Arroyo Ulloa, Universidad Catlica de Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo, Per Dr. Igor Bakalov, University of Belgrade, Serbia Prof. Marco Biot, University of Trieste, Italy Dr. Gabriele Bulian, University of Trieste, Italy Prof. Alberto Francescutto (Chairman), University of Trieste, Italy (francesc@units.it) Dr. Jorge Freiria, Universidad de la Repblica, Uruguay Prof. Jos Rolando Marin L., Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, Guayaquil, Ecuador Prof. Diego Micheli, University of Trieste, Italy Prof. Marcelo de Almeida Santos Neves, Federal University of Ro de Janeiro, Brasil Dr. Marcos Salas Inzunza, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile Mr. Jorge Rodriguez Serrano, SIMA Per S.A., Per Prof. Manuel Urcia Larios (Co-Chairman), Universidad Catlica de Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo, Per (murcia@usat.edu.pe) Prof. Igor Zotti, University of Trieste, Italy TECHNICAL PROGRAMME Transportation in Amazonian rivers impact on the local environment and people and, vice-versa, the local environment dictates how river transportation can be carried out in a safe, environmentally friendly and profitable way for local people. In view of this indissoluble interaction and recalling the main scope of the conference, submitted papers are expected to mainly address: Design, construction, repair and operation of inland vessels Safety and regulations in river transportation River ports technology Inland fishing and fishing vessels Safety-and-Sustainability oriented professional education Inland fleets logistics Environmentally friendly propulsion Economic aspects of sustainable inland navigation Impact of river navigation on cooperation and development Mapping and analysis of rivers for the improvement of inland Navigation The conference is however open to contributions related to ships and boats design and operation in general.

KEY DATES NEW Abstracts reception deadline 15th November 2012 Abstract acceptance 1st December 2012 Full paper submission deadline 1st March 2013 Paper review and acceptance 15th April 2013 Final paper submission 1st June 2013 Early registration deadline (reduced fee) 15th June 2013 Registration deadline 15th July 2013 IDS 2013 Amazonia 17th-19th July 2013 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND REVIEW OF PAPERS Authors should submit abstracts in PDF format before 15th October 2012. Submitted abstracts should have a length of approximately 200-400 words and are expected to clearly indicate the contents and contribution of the paper. The abstract should also report the details of the reference author. Abstracts shall be sent to the Conference Secretariat (info@ids2013.pe) and in copy to the Conference Chairmen. Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee. Authors of accepted abstract will be requested to submit the full paper. All the manuscript will be peer-reviewed, and the final acceptance and publication in the Conference proceedings will be based on the review of the full paper.

VENUE The Conference will take place in Iquitos, the jungle capital of the Loreto Region, the largest city in the northern Peruvian Amazon and the main port city on the Amazon River. Iquitos is a peculiar city: it is, indeed, the world's largest city which cannot be reached by roads. But you can choose alternative paths: arriving in Iquitos from the Andean region after three days of river navigation, or simply after a 1-hour flight from Lima. The northern Peruvian Amazon basin is characterized by the presence of long and powerful rivers, eventually flowing into the large Amazon River. With its 6000 km of rivers, the inland navigation network in the Iquitos' region represents a fantastic scenery and a great resource. Indeed, more than 90% of goods and passengers transport in the region is based on the waterway network, and this makes river transportation an essential part of the everyday life of people in the region. The freight traffic in the north-south direction develops along the Ucayali River, while east-west traffic exploits the Maran River. Inland navigation is significantly influenced by draught limitations, but, in this region, vessels with draught up to about 1.2 m can navigate the network all the year round. Iquitos extends at the junction of two rivers: the Nanay River and the Amazonian River. This cosmopolitan city was originally founded as a Jesuit mission in the 1750s.

Conference Proceedings will be assigned an ISBN number. The official languages of the conference are English and Spanish, so full papers are accepted in any of the two languages, provided they contain a summary (abstract) in both languages. Full papers will be written in accordance with the template format which will be provided to authors with the second announcement.

The initial slow growing of the original small settlement was boosted the first time in the 1880s by the rubber boom and then, a second time, in the 1960s, by the oil resources. Today Iquitos is a modern and prosperous town, where tourism is also playing an important social and economic role. The Conference venue is in the centre of the city. A preliminary programme and information about hotel reservations, recommended transportation, registration as well as an accompanying persons programme will be given later by the Second Conference Announcement.