Polskie LNG S.A. responsible for construction and operation of liquid natural gas (LNG) in Świnoujście has launched the first in Poland education portal for LNG technology. The portal is addressed to all those who are seeking information on LNG technology.
On 20th March 2014, Mr Jarosław Artyszuk, PhD and Senior deck officer, a member of staff of the Navigation Faculty, successfully passed his postdoctoral examination (habilitation colloquium) before the Council of the Transport Faculty at the Warsaw Technical University. As a result, he was granted the title of doktor habilitowany (Polish higher doctoral degree) in the field of technical sciences, area of transport.
MUS Training Centre has just commenced another season of Freefall Life Boat courses. First edition in 2014, launched on 14 March, was attended by a group of employees from a Greek company Gaslog LNG Sevices Ltd with whom the Centre established a fruitful cooperation last year. Satisfied with the quality of training provided and with comprehensive organisational solutions, also this year Gaslog continues to enrol its employees to the courses.
Admission is being opened for full time students in their third year of Mechatronics and Marine Mechanical Engineering who participate in the project KIERUNKI ZAMAWIANE (Commissioned Fields of Study - Mechatronics and Marine Mechanical Engineering in the Maritime University of Szczecin).
All students of our University are invited to taking photos and entering the 6th Photography Competition of the Maritime University of Szczecin Career Office
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Between 11 and 14th February 2014, in Genoa, Italy the first meeting of the SOS project (www.sosproject.net) took place. During the meeting the scope of project tasks was agreed upon. The Maritime University of Szczecin was represented by Janusz Uriasz, PhD and Andrzej Lisaj, PhD.
The Maritime University of Szczecin participated in the call for projects launched by NCBiR (National Centre for Research and Development) for Priority 4 of the Operational Programme for Human Capital, co-financed from the European Social Fund.
Maritime University of Szczecin, Center for Maritime Technology Transfer (CTTM) is looking for a consultant/specialist in technology transfer and international cooperation.
Diacoustic Systems is an entity that will launch the technology produced at our university - a device for the diagnosis of Diesel engines injection systems.