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Complex systems of systems – understanding the architecture of submarines

Wednesday, July 24 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Date: 24th of July 2024

Location: Online and in-person, Level 11, 108 King William Street, Adelaide

Program:  In-person (Adelaide local time):

6:00pm Doors open, light refreshments available

6:30pm Presentation followed by Q&A

7:30pm Presentation concludes, open to networking

8:00pm Event close


Online (AEST):

7:00pm Presentation followed by Q&A

8:00pm Presentation concludes


Registration link: https://cvent.me/xn39Ar

Registration is free for SESA members.

    Nathan Doyle is a Naval Architect, Chartered Engineer, and Member of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects. Currently the discipline lead for Naval Architecture at ASC, his career has been centered around designing and implementing complex upgrades on submarines.

    Event Overview

    This presentation will look at the process of designing submarines, the evolution from ship design practices, and the cascading effect introduced by even the smallest design changes.

    Learning Outcomes

    In this presentation, you will learn about the intricate process of designing submarines, understanding how ship design practices have evolved to meet the unique challenges of underwater vessels. You will gain insights into the cascading effects introduced by even the smallest design changes, emphasizing the importance of precision and foresight in submarine design. This will provide you with a deeper understanding of the complexities and innovations involved in modern submarine engineering.


    Wednesday, July 24
    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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