- Study Programme
Maritime Technologies, Aquaculture & Combined Solutions
28 February – 03 March 2013
- 27 participants
- 13 professional trainers from the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI Bremerhaven) and the University of Rostock
- Lectures on recent developments and trends in the maritime sectors of aquaculture, maritime technology and offshore energy
- Hands on exercises on intercultural exchange, job application in Germany, networking and public relations and entrepreneurship
- Excursions to a regionally important employer in the wind energy sector and to an innovative closed onshore aquaculture plant
Green Ship - Energy - Risk
4-7 April 2013
- 29 participants
- 14 professional lecturers from CMI Marine, International Federation of Shipmasters, Eon Wind, Oskarshamn´s harbour, Linnaeus University/Kalmar Maritime Academy and a renowned expert on intercultural communication.
- Lectures on entrepreneurship for cleaner seas, maritime law, environmental effects of shipping, green shipping, human resource management in the maritime sector, new technology for protection of the marine environment, harbour logistics, bioenergy and marine resources.
- Hands-on exercises in ship navigation, communication, networking and job recruitment.
- Open lecture on intercultural communication with one of Sweden´s most renowned experts in the area.
- Excursion to Eon offshore wind energy park at Kårehamn, Öland.
Towards Green Shipping
16-18 May 2013
- Held at Klaipeda University and hosted by the Faculty of Marine Engineering.
- 27 international students from the South Baltic Region countries Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Russia and Sweden
- Main course topics:
- Green shipping
- Pollution from ships
- LNG driven ships
- Biological invasions in the aquatic environment
- Developing the bio-invasion monitoring plan
- Assessment of biological pollution BINPAS
- Refitting of ships
- Overview of shipbuilding and ship repair technologies
- Eco-innovative technologies for shipyards
- Ship Life Cycle Assessment
Coastal Zone Under Pressure
30 May - 2 June 2013
- 31 participants from Sweden, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Estonia and Russia
- 8 lecturers from the Faculty of Geosciences (University of Szczecin), University of Szczecin, Marine Station, Landesamt für Natur und Umwelt des Landes Schleswig-Holstein (LANU) and Inspeo company
- Lectures on environmental aspects of maritime law (including environmental impact assessment and dredged material management) and the importance of coastal dynamic for sea management
- Lectures and hands on exercises on how to boost your career by expanding your horizons and self-managing
- Excursion across and around the Szczecin Lagoon and to the most important on-going investment of LNG terminal in Świnoujście
Offshore Wind Energy Technology: Pre-production Engineering & Project Management
4 - 7 July 2013
- Onshore and offshore wind energy industry and tower technology
- Pre-production engineering in manufacturing processes
- Project management: rules and problems in production planning
- Computer-aided pre-production engineering
Practical application of modern tools in Project Management - a case study
4-5 July, 2014
- Continuation of the 2013 Gdansk course module "Offshore wind energy technology: pre-production engineering and project management"
- Basic knowledge regarding application of modern tools in practical project management
- Case studies: Determining project goals and project features (project lifecycle, human resources, planning for resources and time, project management techniques, budgeting, managing project implementation)
The Baltic Sea: Economic use vs. environmental protection
6-12 July, 2014
- Big onshore and offshore infrastructure investments and their impact on economy and environment
- Fisheries and other biological resources use - potential and limitations
- Historical environmental hazard - impact of past sins on the present and future
- Multimodal (intermodal) transportation challenges - the Baltic highway
- The Baltic Sea: Natural world heritage? Is the reconciliation of human activity and environment protection possible?
- Looking for the guideposts in management under changing environmental conditions (climate change adaptation)
- Study tour: Eco-friendly inland shipping as an integral part of marine multimodal transportation, Niederfinow boat on Oder-Havel Canal in Brandenburg, Germany
- Study tour: Port services redefinition - tradition vs. innovation, visiting ship-repair yard "Gryfia", Marime Academy and port of Szczecin-Świnoujscie
- About Us
- Programme registration: Fall 2012 / Spring 2013
- Weekend course modules: February - July 2013
- Summer course: September 2013
- Internships and match making events: Fall 2013 - Spring 2014
- Awarding of diplomas: Spring 2014