XI West Pomeranian Festival of Science at the Maritime University of Szczecin We invite you to familiarize yourself with the program of the XI West Pomeranian Festival of Science at the Maritime University of Szczecin.
On 26th of September started the candidates courses at the Marine Rescue Training Centre. The courses will last one month and are destined for the future students of Maritime University. Almost 500 students both from the Navigation and Marine Engineering Faculties will be trained during Personal Survival Techniques, Basic Fire Fighting, Elementary First Aid and Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities courses.
During the rush of Candidates courses, the Marine Rescue Training Centre organized the Free Fall Lifeboat Coxswain course for Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement employees. This course has been organized at MRTC regularly for few years.
Maritime University has been listed among those recommended to sign the Grant Agreement in ACTION 3.1 INFRASTRUCTURE OF INFORMATION SOCIETY under the European Regional Development Fund with the highest amount of funding of all Szczecin universities.
Here’s a promotional video of the Navigational Technology Center of the Maritime University of Szczecin realized within the project "Navigational Technology Center for innovative maritime economy, we invite you to watch.
Faced with the need to guarantee the supply of raw materials providing the mankind’s sustainable development, there appears a need for common actions of the world of science and industry in the field of marine mining which is a new line of research that requires the connection of knowledge and experience in the field of mining, as well as navigation, traffic and safety procedures at sea.
On 2-3 July 2011 in Kosewo, took place a Regatta "The summer holiday greeting", the Slupsk Governor Cup which is a series of the Polish Cabin Yacht Cup, won by the crew of AZS Szczecin MUS who also won the entire regatta not giving rivals the first place even once and collecting the set of ‘ones’. Regatta was played in very heavy weather conditions, in rain and squall of up to 6 degrees on the Beaufort scale.
During the Days of the Sea, which took place on 10-12.06.2011 Szczecin Maritime Academy organized Open Doors, which presented our comprehensive educational base. The visitors had the opportunity to learn more about the educational offer of three MUS faculties, both in the main building at the Maritime University, as well as directly in the open air, in the exhibition tent of Academic Szczecin, which was situated at the foot of Waly Chrobrego.
On 22 June this year, in the Hall of Tradition MU of Szczecin, Prof. Stanislaw Gucma - the Rector signed a package of agreements (the fixing and preliminary license ones), thus starting the process of commercialization of the invention of a team of scientists led by Prof. Zbigniew Pietrzykowski: "Method and system of a navigational decision support in the safe operation of a floating object '(patent P.389638).
As a part of Poland's EU Presidency, the Ministry of Transport is looking for candidates - students or graduates of the Maritime University of Szczecin for assistance in organizing the meeting entitled "Green corridors - for a multimodal and sustainable transport system", which will be held on 21-22 September 2011, at the Hall of Structural Opera at the Pomeranian Princes’ Castle at Energetykow Str. in Szczecin (opposite the Euro-Afrika premises).
On May 11-13, 2011 at the Military University of Technology in Warsaw, the 30th Jubilee Seminar of Scientific Circles of Engineers and Mechanics was held. The seminar was attended by students, PhD students and young researchers from 10 universities of four different countries who gave 47 presentations.
On 15.06 a delegation of Qatargas, a company supplying liquefied gas to Poland through the newly built terminal in Swinoujscie, visited MUS. The meeting was also attended by representatives of companies involved in the construction of the LNG terminal - PLNG SA, PGNiG SA and Gaz System SA The purpose of the visit was to identify opportunities for cooperation in conducting research concerning traffic of Q-Flex gas tankers entering the LNG terminal in Swinoujscie.
The Scientific Association of Transport Engineering and the Complex of Maritime Schools in Kolobrzeg have jointly organized the 3rd Seminar on "Development Prospects of Polish ports in the Baltic Sea Region", which took place on June 6, 2011 at the Complex of Maritime Schools in Kolobrzeg.