On 05-08 November 2019, the meeting of Working Group 4 (WG4) of COST Action CA OC-2017-1-22010 WECANet "A pan-European Network for Marine Renewable Energy with a focus on Wave Energy" took place at the Maritime University of Szczecin . The meeting concerned plans and development directions of solutions regarding non-technical aspects of the development of sea wave energy converters. Currently, 31 partner countries participate in the COST action.
The project is run at the Faculty of Navigation under the direction of prof. Lucjan Gucma in cooperation with Italian and Danish partners.
A delegation from Zhejiang Ocean University in China has visited the Maritime University of Szczecin again. Representatives of the Chinese university met with the authorities of MUS to discuss the final shape of cooperation between the universities, which is to begin already in the next academic year (2019/20).
The 1st Annual Assembly of COST Action CA17105 "A Pan-European Network for Marine Renewable Energy with a Focus on Wave Energy" (WECANet) took place at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki on 11-12 February this year.
IPITEX 2019 (International Intellectual Property, Invention, Innovation and Technology Exposition - IPITEx) was held in Bangkok on the occasion of the Thailand Inventors' Day.
International Scientific Conference - 16-17 May 2019 in Raddison Blue Hotel
In the period 16-25 January 2019, the sixth session of the Sub-Committee on Navigation, Communication and Search and Rescue (NCSR) of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) was held in London under the supervision of Mr Ringo Lakeman from the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management.
On Tuesday, 22nd January, the annual awards of the Rector of the Maritime University of Szczecin for MUS undergraduate and doctoral students for the academic year of 2017/18 were handed in in the Tradition Hall.
The Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Laboratory has been established in the Marine Machines and Devices Department of the Maritime University of Szczecin.
On 14th January 1993, Jan Heweliusz ferry sank in the Baltic Sea. 55 people died then, making it one of the greatest tragedies in the Baltic Sea.