Jeffery J. Smith

by in  Planning Committee

(Co-Chair)
Professor and Lawyer

Jeffrey Smith is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering and a former Royal Canadian Navy Chief Engineer.  Before becoming a law professor, he was counsel to the United Nations for law of the sea matters.  Jeffrey’s current areas of research include marine safety, ocean environmental protection, and the effectiveness of global shipping governance.  He advises marine classification societies on shipping legislation and the implementation of the NATO Naval Ship Code and was advisor to the government of Canada for contract matters in the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (now the National Shipbuilding Strategy).  Jeffrey’s recent publications include assessments of the Polar Code for Shipping and reviews of the IMO regime to regulate air pollution.

Martin MacCorquodale

CEng, MAPM
Director

Babcock Canada | Marine & Technology Planning Team

Martin MacCorquodale is the Director – Engineering Services with Babcock Canada and is responsible for the business development and project execution of engineering programs across multiple sectors. Before coming to Canada in 2012, Martin supported Babcock’s Marine business by providing design capability and engineering management across a wide array of defence and commercial marine programs.

Martin has a degree in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering from the University of Glasgow in Scotland and is a Chartered Engineer. He is a Member of both the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) and the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME). He is also a Member of the Association of Project Managers.

Gerry Lanigan

Gerry’s professional career spans ship systems operation and maintenance, project management, procurement management in government and industry, engineering design, , and quality system development and implementation.  He has extensive experience with technical and engineering support contract and project management for DND, DFO/CCG, TC and other government departments.

He has been an active member of CIMarE since 1981, including Chairman of Ottawa Branch, National Council, and Mari-Tech Conferences.

Angelique Davis

P. Eng
Naval Architect
VARD Marine Inc.

Angelique Davis is a member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and the membership chair of the Eastern Canadian Section branch, a Professional Engineer, and a working naval architect at Vard Marine (previously STX Canada Marine). She graduated in 2009 from Memorial University of Newfoundland’s Bachelor of Engineering co-op program with a focus in Ocean and Naval Architecture. After graduation, she moved to Ottawa to work at BMT Fleet Technology (now BMT Canada) and moved her career to VARD in 2014. Angelique was featured in the January/February 2018 edition of Professional Engineers Ontario’s Engineering Dimensions magazine as one of ‘25 Outstanding Female Engineers’.

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