In the period 25-26 June 2018, the 1st Development Vision Forum was held in the Pomeranian Scientific and Technology Park and Gdynia Arena Hall under the auspices of the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and selected ministers, who also participated in works of the Forum and delivered their keynote speeches. The Forum gathered representatives of local governments, state administration, business and science. 17 theme blocks and 96 discussion panels were organised.
The first technical meeting of MAGS (Maritime Adaptive GNSS Concept) project was held on 19.06. The project has been carried out since 18.06 at the request of the European Space Agency at the Faculty of Navigation in partnership with DLR (German Aerospace Center), SIRM UK Marine Ltd (SOCIETA' ITALIANA RADIO MARITTIMA S.P.A), University of Ljubljana (Slovenia).
Celebrations of the World Maritime Days in the period 13-15 June in Szczecin were an opportunity for presentation of the potential of the Faculty of Navigation and the university. The Secretary General of IMO, Mr Kitack Lim from South Korea accompanied by the host of the World Maritime Days, Minister Marek Gróbarczyk, was received, on 13.06, by the authorities of the Maritime University of Szczecin in the Marine Traffic Engineering Centre and the European LNG Training Centre.
A public defence of the doctoral dissertation in the area of technical sciences, discipline of transport was held on 30.05.2018 at the Faculty of Navigation. The title of the dissertation by Jan Dzwonkowski, MSc., Master Mariner was: "The Kinematic Method of Determining Safe Parameters of Bends on Fairways".
A public defence of the doctoral dissertation in the area of technical sciences, discipline of transport was held on 16.05.2018 at the Faculty of Navigation. The title of the dissertation by Piotr Durajczyk, MSc. was: "The Probabilistic Analysis of a System for Transporting Containers in Two Layers along the Odra Waterway with the Use of RIS".
An international project entitled "A Pan-European Network for Marine Renewable Energy with a Focus on Wave Energy", filed as a part of the COST programme, has obtained an approval. This is a networking action connecting over 100 participants from 25 countries.
A public defence of a doctoral dissertation in the area of technical sciences, discipline of geodesy and cartography was held on 28.03.2018 at the Faculty of Navigation. The title of the dissertation by Marta Włodarczyk-Sielicka was: "A Geodata Reduction Method in the Aspect of Creating a Bathymetric Map of a Water Basin".
Maritime University of Szczecin got the European patent EP2504719 "A method and system of navigational decision support in the process of safe vessel navigation" granted by the European Patent Office.
In the period 19-23 February 2018, the fifth session of the Sub -Committee on Navigation, Communication and Search and Rescue (NCSR) of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) was held in London.
In the period 22-26 January 2018, the first of this year's meetings of the technical sub-committee of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) was held in London - the fifth session of the Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Construction (SDC 5). The members of the Polish delegation included (except for the permanent representative of Poland in IMO) two employees of Maritime Universities: Zbigniew Szozda, PhD. Eng. of the Faculty of Navigation of the Maritime University of Szczecin and Przemysław Krata, PhD. Eng. of the Faculty of Navigation of the Gdynia Maritime University.