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Call for student abstracts for UTC 2022 in Bergen

We welcome student abstracts for projects at Master or PhD level (including 2021 graduates) in the field of subsea technology for UTC 2022, 14-16 June in Bergen.

All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by an appointed committee and a ‘Best Student Presentation’ with a 10,000 NOK prize award will be announced during the UTC 2022.

The student presentations will be included in the technical programme in a plenary session in the morning of June 16, UTC 2022 Day 2.

Featured student benefits:

  • inclusion in the conference program
  • complimentary conference fee
  • a chance to present your work to the decision makers in the subsea industry
  • a chance of winning NOK 10,000.- for the Best Student Presentation

To enable as many students as possible to propose an abstract, we will accept contributions until 13 May, 2022.

Visit the Student Abstract submission platform.

Global Meeting Arena

The 28th annual Underwater Technology Conference will be back in its physical form in Grieghallen in Bergen, Norway 14 – 16th June 2022. We expect more than 500 delegates and 30 exhibitors from around the globe. The overall goal of the Underwater Technology Conference is to be most relevant meeting arena where new contacts are created, knowledge is shared, and important relations and network cultivated.

If you have any questions, please contact project leader, UTC: Harald Risnaes


UTC is hosted by The Underwater Technology Foundation (UTF) and GCE Ocean Technology, in close cooperation with our hosting partners SPE Bergen and FFU.




The Underwater Technology Conference (UTC) has a well-known history of presenting highly competent speakers on current and important topics for the subsea industry.

UTC has been arranged in Bergen Norway since 1980 and is hosted by UTF (Underwater Technology foundation) and GCE Ocean Technology.