The Maritime University of Szczecin received the representatives of the Committee of Transport of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The meeting of the committee was honoured with the presence of the Minister of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation, Marek Gróbarczyk.
Like every year, also this summer, the Marine Rescue Training Centre conducted a (recently finished) training for newly admitted students of the Maritime University of Szczecin - the young people finished the so called "candidates' training". The candidates' training, which started already in the second half of July, lasted until 22nd September and, traditionally, was a period of intensive work both for the administration and the teachers responsible for the course.
ENEA Operator sp. z o.o. and Maritime University of Szczecin took a decision on their cooperation as a part of innovative as well as research and development undertakings.
In the period 12 – 13.07.2017, as a part of the project South Coast Baltic, a survey was conducted among sailors in selected yacht ports in Germany, Poland, Denmark and Lithuania. The aim of the study was to learn about the preferences of sailors as regards selecting sailing routes and the activities undertaken in the visited towns.
An innovative laboratory of virtual and augmented reality systems has been established at the Faculty of Navigation of the Maritime University of Szczecin - it is one of the first units in the world using VR and AR possibilities for the needs of maritime industry.