UDT is a peer reviewed conference for the international community with shared interest in Undersea Defence and Security.
Technical, policy and concept development papers from across the research and development community are welcomed, along with those from the defence and security military and other user communities. Presentations or papers that are focused solely on the promotion of a product or service are considered inappropriate. Papers that promote the unique technical or conceptual aspects of new products, products in development, or services are considered appropriate.
The paper submission process is intended to assist authors to best match their efforts to the UDT audience and achieve maximum engagement. Papers are provisionally accepted on the basis of a short outline abstract. Acceptance to the conference is conditional on authors providing an extended abstract, paper and advance copies of their presentation slides.
Papers are presented to the conference in 30 minute allocated periods. It is recommended that when using PowerPoint, presenters do not use more than 15 slides for their presentation. Authors may include additional materials should they wish. Please note that accepted authors will be required to provide a statement agreeing to make the presentation slides and papers available on the UDT website or repository for download by conference delegates