The ASME 2026 45th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2026) will find its home in Tokyo.
From June 7 to June 11, 2026 Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau (TCVB) will be busy with 1,200 participants, including 1,000 overseas specialists from over 30 countries, who will gather in Tokyo for the second time.
Researchers, engineers, managers, technicians, and students from scientific and industrial communities around the world will present advances in technology and science, exchange ideas and experiences, promote technological progress and its application in industry, and advance international cooperation in the ocean, offshore and arctic engineering.
Japan’s long-standing contributions to developing technology in the field of ocean engineering for the effective utilization of marine resources was one of the reasons for winning the bid.
The event will be held at Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba, one of the capital’s largest conference hotels, suitable for the purpose as it is located in the Odaiba Waterfront area.