GWO is an acronym of the Global Wind Organisation which brings together manufacturers and owners of wind turbines. Its aim is to minimise any accident risk in the wind sector. The organisation has developed its own safety training programme (Basic Safety Training - BST) the completion of which equips a person in a turbine-related job with an ability to appropriately respond in the event of an emergency.
Premises of the former Complex of Technical and Maritime Secondary Schools in Szczecin have become the property of the Maritime University of Szczecin.
Officially endorsed by the Rector of the University of Humanities and Technology in Radom, 18th International Scientific Conference entitled "TransComp2014 - Computer support systems for science, industry and transport" was held in Zakopane between 1st and 4th December 2014.

Our university in partnership with a Turkish shipyard is going to build a boat propelled by renewable energy - with a hybrid solar-wind-electric propulsion. The consortium of Maritime University of Szczecin, Warsaw University of Technology, and the Autocomp company from Szczecin were allocated a EUR 1M grant for project implementation. Final assembly, launching and the boat's first cruise are planned to take place in the Marmara Sea in 2016.

On Wednesday 3 December 2014 representatives of the Student Science Innovator's Club Ordo ex Chao visited the Hasso-Plattner-Institut School of Design Thinking at Universität Potsdam (D-School).
The 67th session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee was held in IMO's main office in London in October.
First championships of the Maritime University of Szczecin for amateurs from outside the University Sports Club (AZS) took place in the University's swimming pool on 13th November 2014.
International scientific conference "Transport Systems Telematics - TST'14" was held between 22-25 October 2014.
Public defence of doctoral dissertation by Paweł Burdziakowski, MSc Eng took place on 5th November 2014. His thesis in geodesy and cartography explored the topic of "Methods of using image data received from a single non-metric digital camera with the objective to define the trajectory of an autonomous flying platform".
The academics from the Navigation Faculty at the Maritime University of Szczecin succeeded in winning a European research and development competition commissioned by the European Space Agency. Their task now is to investigate and improve the applicability in maritime environment of the EGNOS navigation system which until now was mainly used in aviation.
An exhibition "From a solar compass to the DECCA system - history of hyperbolic navigation" was launched on 4th October in the National Museum of Szczecin, located in a building in the nearest vicinity of the Maritime University of Szczecin. It is an interactive exhibition where every visitor - aged 5 to 105 - may try to navigate as a Viking from the 11th century. 
The Choir of the Maritime University of Szczecin directed by Sylwia Fabiańczyk-Makuch began the academic year and the art season 2014/2015 with a success. Two days ago the ensemble returned from the International Choral Festival in Derry, Northern Ireland, where they managed to land 2nd place. This is yet another success of the Szczecin choir on the musical map of European art events.
HYPACK software training was held in the Institute of Geoinformatics between 13-15 October 2014. Its participants had an opportunity to attend a lecture on editing and modelling data received from single- and multi- beam sounders and side-sonar.
On 13th October 2014, an agreement was signed between Maritime University of Szczecin, represented by the Rector Prof. Stanisław Gucma, Master Mariner, DSc. PhD. Eng. and MUS Innovation Centre LLC, represented by its CEO Konrad Frontczak.
International Mobility office is proud to inform you that the Maritime University of Szczecin received funding to carry out the MELES project within the framework of the ERASMUS+ programme, action Strategic Partnerships.