The Society of Naval Architects And Marine Engineers (SNAME) accords the grade of Fellow to individuals who have contributed to significant achievements in naval architecture, marine and ocean engineering, and related fields in the form of advances in design, research, production, operation, education, and associated management.
Captain Ringelberg USN (ret.) has over 30 years experience in shipbuilding, repair, operations, ship design, and related marine and industrial engineering work. His merchant marine, U.S. Navy, commercial marine and industrial experience provides him with a broad background in many engineering disciplines. He is an alumnus of SUNY Maritime College, Webb Institute, and Stevens Institute. As president of JMS Naval Architects and Salvage Engineers (www.jmsnet.com) of Mystic, CT, he is a hands-on participant in many of the companyâ€™s engineering and operational assignments and also oversees JMSâ€™ subsidiary commercial diver training school, Divers Institute of Technology (www.diversinstitute.com) of Seattle, WA. Captain Ringelberg is a recognized expert in ship salvage, naval architecture, and industrial energy and is President and CEO of the Ocean Technology Foundation (www.oceantechnology.org) of Mystic, CT, a non-profit organization dedicated to marine science, research, exploration, and education.
JMS Naval Architects and Salvage Engineers of Mystic, CT is a specialty maritime engineering firm with expertise in naval architecture, marine engineering, shipboard operations, salvage engineering and marine science. JMS has a broad client base representing all aspects of the marine industry including tug and barge operators, shipyards, marine science institutes, military vessels, passenger vessel operators, historic ship museums and even pleasure craft owners of power and sailing yachts. Find out why we like to call ourselves â€œThe Sea-going Naval Architectsâ€.
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