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Early registration available for SNAME annual meeting

The Society of Naval Architects and Engineers will hold its 2012 Annual Meeting and Expo Oct. 24-26 at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence.

The meeting is a gathering of professionals in naval architecture, marine and ocean engineering and related disciplines. Early registration discounts of as much as $200 are available until Sept. 15.

The event features more than 40 hours of technical sessions, special panel discussions, an exhibit hall with the latest technologies, PE-accredited courses, pre-annual meeting industry training sessions, a student program and daily networking events, including the president’s reception, banquet, president’s luncheon and student and young professional socials.

To register for the annual meeting and expo, see the conference schedule, get expo exhibitor information and learn about sponsorship opportunities, visit www.sname.org/2012annualmeeting or contact Alana Anderson, director of events, at (201) 499-5066 or alana@sname.org.

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