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The lead partner of the Generation BALT project is the University of Rostock. The Department "Maritime Systems" combines the university's resources in maritime research and education, represented by about 40 members from 8 different faculties and other research institutions. This offers an exceptional possibility of interdisciplinary exchange, exploration of complex scientific issues and development of new perspectives and technologies. Further, the Department cooperates with many national and international institutions and the maritime industry.
The oldest non-public higher education institution in the Pomeranian Region, UBA is engaged in research and education in maritime and inland navigation industry. It is a partner in various polish and international maritime clusters. The Russian Baltic Fishing Fleet Academy Kalinigrad is their long-time cooperation partner.
The Polish Chamber of Maritime Commerce is an association of entrepreneurs involved in various fields of the maritime economy. Among its tasks are collecting information concerning the maritime economy and setting up a database of Chamber members, organising business and social events, as well as advisory and training events for enterprises in the maritime economy.
The Gdansk University of Technology (GUT) is represented in the Generation BALT project by the chair of Ship Technology, Quality Systems and Materials Science of the Faculty of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology. They have highly experienced staff to ensure effective education and research activities in broad areas of maritime industries.
Klaipeda Science and Technology Park (KSTP) has more than 40 companies, public enterprises and branches of international companies acting in the innovation environment and the global market. The mission of the KSTP is to promote the development of modern scientifically susceptible technologies and to provide infrastructural and consulting services for innovative enterprises and business ideas in Lithuania.
Linnaeus University is Sweden’s newest university, the result of a merger between Kalmar and Växjö Universities. The School of Natural Sciences includes, among other things, frontline research in the fields of marine phytoplankton ecology and aquatic ecology. The researchers are dealing with topics such as algal blooming in the seas and oceans, ecological conditions in coastal zones in the Baltic Sea, fish ecology, biological diversity in limnological systems, renewable energy resources and food science.
Linnaeus University also includes Kalmar Maritime Academy, educating marine officers and marine engineers.
The Baltic Fishing Fleet State Academy (BFFSA) includes the Maritime Lycee and preparatory courses, the Maritime Fishing College, the Institute for Advanced Studies and the Institute of Professional Pedagogy. The Academy trains specialists in 15 specialties, four bachelor and master directions. Training is conducted in the departments of navigation, marine engineering, radio engineering and transport, and the institute of applied economics and management. BFFSA owns the four masted sailing training ship "Kruzenshtern".
- The Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
- Kaliningrad Baltic Fishing Fleet Academy
- German Association for Marine Technology
- Chamber of Industry and Commerce Rostock
- Baltic University Programme
- Simrishamn Marint Centrum
- Union of Baltic Cities
- Fundacja Gdyńska Inicjatywa Akademicka
- Pomeranian maritime cluster association
- Maritime Institute Gdansk