The Journal of Ocean Technology

30 Eylül 2022 Cuma

Energy from the ocean

V18N1 spring 2023 The spring 2023 issue of the JOT will focus on energy from the ocean. Potential topics include how the ocean can generate thermal (sun) and mechanical energy (i.e., tides, waves, currents); how the ocean can be used to produce hydrogen; how wind power can be captured to operate oilrigs; and other similar ocean energy topics. We are inviting the submission of technical papers, essays, and short articles for this issue.

Technical papers describe innovative research and present the results of new (i.e., not previously published) research in ocean technology, and be no more than 7,500 words in length. Student papers are welcome.

Essays present well-informed observations and conclusions, and identify key issues for the oceans community in a concise manner. They are written at a level that would be understandable by a nonspecialist. As essays are less formal than a technical paper, they do not include abstracts or a listing of references. Typical essay lengths are up to 3,000 words.

Short articles are between 450 and 900 words and focus on how a technology works, evolution or advancement of a technology plus viewpoint/commentary pieces.

Important deadlines Technical paper submissions: November 10, 2022. This should be the full paper. Expressions of interest for essays and short articles: November 10, 2022  After November 10, the JOT team will review all submitted expressions of interest (EOI) and prepare a content outline. Should your EOI be accepted, the deadline for submission of materials is January 20, 2023.

Format Expressions of interest for essays and short articles should contain the following information:  Proposed title of article  Type of article (essay – up to 3,000 words; or short article – up to 800 words)  Name(s) and affiliation(s) of author(s)  Short summary of article (no more than 200 words) Submit both technical papers and expressions of interest to: