The academic year inauguration ceremony of the Maritime University of Szczecin was held on 28th and 29th September.
During the visit of President Andrzej Duda in Australia, Polskie LNG signed an agreement on cooperation with the University of Western Australia, which is one of the most important LNG technology development centres in the world.
On September 25, we received a message from the Scientific Journals Evaluation Team of the Index Copernicus International, that based on the information submitted in our journal’s questionnaire Index Copernicus experts calculated Index Copernicus Value (ICV) for 2017: ICV 1017 = 100.00
The Choir of the Maritime University of Szczecin has invited the inhabitants of Szczecin to the fifth edition of the Joint Sounds project. This time, the special musical guests of the project were Micromusic, Skubas and Smolik. 
On 17th and 18th September, a meeting of the international EMMA project, organised by the Inland Navigation Office and the Northern Chamber of Commerce, was held at the Maritime University of Szczecin.

In the period of 10-14 September 2018, the 5th session of the Sub-Committee on the Carriage of Cargoes and Containers (CCC) was held at the headquarters in London.

The Maritime University of Szczecin has taken part again in the West Pomeranian Science Festival in our region. On Monday, 17th September, we prepared the following offer for primary and secondary school students from Szczecin and the surrounding area: navigation and manoeuvre simulations in the European LNG Training Centre, the ARPA and other simulators, processes occurring in ship engine rooms - in the Marine Power Plant Laboratory and Simulator, virtual reality and 3D print laboratories. The deck of Nawigator XXI was also opened for visitors!

The conference Green Cities - Green Logistics For Greener Cities - one of the most important events in the area of logistics – was held on 13th and 14th September at the Maritime University of Szczecin. The event was co-organised by the Maritime University of Szczecin, the Marshal's Office of the West Pomerania Province and the Central European Transport Corridor European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation as a part of the Low Carbon Logistics (LCL) project financed from the South Baltic Programme.

On 12th September, the inauguration meeting of the managing committee of the COST Action no. CA17105 entitled "A pan-European Network for Marine Renewable Energy with Focus on Wave Energy” (WECANet) was held in the office of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology Association in Brussels. The Maritime University of Szczecin was represented by Leszek Chybowski, PhD. Eng.,  an employee of the Institute of Marine Power Plant Operation of the Faculty of Marine Engineering.
The first technical tests of an unmanned aerial vehicle designed for precise detection of people in water were held in the period 10-11.09.2018. Its construction is the aim of the SARA (Search and Rescue Aid and Surveillance using High EGNSS Accuracy) project.
On 10-11.09.2018 the first technical tests of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed for precise detection of people and other objects in water took place. The construction of the drone specialized for this purpose is the goal of the SARA (Search and Rescue Aid and Surveillance using High EGNSS Accuracy) project.
The second edition of the Polish Ship Managers' Association Competition for the Best Graduate of a Maritime University was held on 10th September 2018 in the Senate Hall of the Maritime University of Szczecin.
The first meeting being a part of one of SARA project activities is being held in Szczecin. The project partner - the Italian company Top View is testing the innovative solution - a tethered drone on board of Nawigator XXI. 

Another cruise within the Marelitt Baltic project took place between 20th and 31st August 2018. The aim of the cruise was to catch the nets lying on wrecks previously verified by the project team from the Maritime University of Szczecin based on the information obtained from fishermen, from their own data and by making measurements with a side-scan sonar.

In June, the participants of the SBOil project met in Szczecin. On the occasion of joint workshops at the quay, we also presented an innovative barrier for combating oil spills.