On 13 October from 13.30 to 15.00 Maritime Research Alliance will organize a company visit to the worlds largest producer of two-stroke ship engines MAN Energy Solutions. The visit is only for maritime PhD fellows and postdocs.
Maritime Research Alliance is part of the ErgoShip 2023 Conference on 2-3 November at University of Southern Denmark, Esbjerg Campus. The focus of the conference is human factors in a maritime context. The conference is hosted by Center of Maritime Health and Society at University of Southern Denmark.
On the 8 November from 12:45 to 13:45, Maritime Research Alliance is organizing a conference session on the role of AI in the maritime sector. The session is part of the Digital Tech Summit 2023. More info to follow soon.
On the 8 November from 14:00 to 15:00, Maritime Research Alliance is organizing a conference session on how to use data mining to optimize operations in the tanker and dry-bulk shipping segments. The session is part of the Digital Tech Summit 2023. More info to follow soon.
Maritime Research Alliance is contributing to a maritime session at the Scandinavian Maritime Fair on 14-15 May 2024. More info to follow. Save the date.
On the 22nd of June, Maritime Research Alliance are co-organizing a workshop on batteries and electrical energy storage in shipping together with Green Ship of the Future, Danish Center for Energy Storage, Danish Maritime and Danish Shipping.
On 24 May, Maritime Research Alliance will organize a follow-up workshop on green transition in ports and city-port relationships at Aarhus Harbor. The workshop is a follow-up on the Ports as ecosystems workshop held in March.
The Maritime Research Alliance, in collaboration with Danske Havne, Danske shipping- og havnevirksomheder and the mPATH-project, invite you to an interactive workshop where some of the top port researchers in Denmark, industry stakeholders, and ports will come together to discuss and pair the concrete needs of the industry with academic expertise and the newest research within the field of port-city interaction and the green transition. We aim to end the day with concrete project ideas that we can then take further.
On Wednesday 15 March the MRA PhD network will host a whole day event at SIMAC where maritime PhDs and postdocs can get an introduction to the maritime sector.
On the 1 February Maritime Research Alliance hosted a seminar in the MRA PhD network. At the session we had presentations and feedback by maritime PhDs on current PhD projects at the MRA member institutions.
In the past two year CBS has been researching and developing blue metrics for nordic financial institutions together with The Green Digital Finance Alliance, WWF, and Hub Ocean. On 15 December, CBS and Dansif will cohost a panel discussion followed by a presentation of the result of this project.
On 10 November from 9 to 17, the Shipping and Ocean Law Research Group (SHOC) and Centre for Private Governance (CEPRI) at University of Copenhagen are organizing the conference: Carbon free shipping and shipping carbon – contracts in context.
Maritime Research Alliance is part of the maritime stand at the Digital Tech Summit 2022. On 25 October, we also co-organize two maritime sessions on digitalization and automation in shipping.
On Thursday 6 October from 10 am to 4 pm, Maritime Research Alliance and Danish Shipping are co-organizing a conference in Copenhagen on maritime education and future competencies in shipping.
On the 15 September 2022, Maritime Research Alliance is organizing a session at TechBBQ 2022 together with ShippingLab and Green Ship of the Future where we invite Mash Makes and A.P. Møller Mærsk to a dialogue on collaboration between corporates and startups in the maritime sector.
On 7 September, the MRA PhD network for maritime PhD fellows is planning an excursion to Port of Aarhus. Participation is only possible for PhD fellows at a MRA member insitution.
On 18 August, CBS Maritime, Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure, Maritime DTU and Maritime Research Alliance were hosting a network event at Tokai University in Vedbæk.
On 10 May, Maritime Research Alliance hsted a network event at the Green Shipping Project workshop at Copenhagen Business School.
On 3 May from 4 pm to 5.30 pm, the Center for Law and Governance at University of Copenhagen hosted a roundtable on Lessons for Offshore Wind Development: Best Practices from Denmark and beyond with more than 80 participants.
On 26 April from 2 pm to 4 pm Maritime Research Alliance organized an interactive seminar on the future of maritime at the World Maritime Technology Conference.
On 20 April, Maritime Research Alliance organized the first network meeting for maritime PhD fellows. Guest speaker was Beizhen Jia (PhD from Aalborg University) who is Data Scientist at D/S NORDEN
On 10 March, Roskilde University and Danish Maritime organized a workshop on maritime megatrends.
On 3 March, Aarhus University and Japan Alumni and Research Assembly organized a conference on maritime research collaboration between Denmark and Japan.
On 9 December 2021 Maritime Research Alliance invited maritime stakeholders and researchers to a one day conference at the Lauritzen Bulkers headquarters on industry-research collaboration in the maritime sector.
At the Digital Tech Summit 2021 in Øksnehallen, Maritime Research Alliance and MARLOG organized a stand where it was possible to meet maritime researchers, companies, regulators, and industry experts.
Maritime Research Alliance furthermore organized a session on digitalization and green shipping and a session on autonomous shipping.
In this workshop leading researchers and indutry experts engaged in a discussion on the current and future issues of human and technology collaboration. The workshop was developed by MARLOG in collaboration with Maritime Research Alliance.
In this webinar, Adrienne Mannov from Aarhus University and Peter Aske Svendsen from NFA presented their research on autonomous shipping as this relates to seafaring and technology, based on their 2019 report, “Transport 2040: Autonomous ships: A new paradigm for Norwegian shipping – Technology and transformation”.
The event was organized in collaboration with MARLOG
Autonomous ships have been a hot topic in maritime transport research in the past years. However, there are still many unanswered questions regarding what defines an autonomous ship and the potential and limitations of implementing and operating these. In this webinar, Stig Eriksen from SDU/SIMAC is exploring these topics.
The webinar was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.
On 21 September, Copenhagen Business School hosted the closing conference of the project “Creating Circular Economy Clusters for Sustainable Ship Recycling in Denmark”. At the conference, the main results of the project were presented.
In this webinar, Agnieszka Nowinska from Aalborg University and Hans Joachim-Schramm from CBS talk on their paper: Fixtures in the container shipping chartering market and the changes in charterers-shippers relations during 2008 crisis
In this video, Professor Christian Schlette (SDU Robotics) talks about the IFD-funded project ShipWeldFlow, where they develop novel digital analysis and optimization tools to support the workflow of robotic welding in shipbuilding operations. The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.
In this video, Associate Professor Thomas T. Nielsen (Roskilde University) will explain about a project where the Maritime Museum of Denmark, The Royal Danish Library and RUC collaborated on scanning, geometrically rectifying and finally publishing old naval charts at historiskatlas.dk. The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.
In this webinar, Associate Professor Martin Jes Iversen from CBS will present and analyze the recent development of the Danish shipping company D/S Norden from around year 2000 to the present days
In this video, Lisa Loloma Froholt (University of Southern Denmark) and Mads Ragnvald Nielsen (Scoutbase) discuss how the concept of Human Factors in the maritime industry can be understood and what it means in practical terms?
The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.
In this video, Matthew Spaniol (Aarhus University) presents the interim results from the Interreg vb North Sea PERISCOPE project, a foresight study that involved scanning the horizon from the bird’s nest to identify the innovations that will impact the blue economies in the future, and the accompanying forecasting results that timestamp when in the future the innovations are expected to become commercially available. The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.
I this video, Associate Professor Anders Ivarsson (DTU Mechanical Engineering) present the current status of their projects and experimental capabilities in the field of green marine fuels (lignin fuel, ammonia, and dimethyl ether) in their combustion engine laboratory.
The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.
On this webinar, professor Harilaos Psaraftis from DTU outlines the main decarbonization challenges. The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.
In this video, Professor Christian Bueger (University of Copenhagen) presents the insights of a research project from the SafeSeas network. The presentation builds on a study of capacity building to fight piracy in the Western Indian Ocean. The webinar was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.
In this video, Associate Professor René Taudal Poulsen (Copenhagen Business School) presents the key findings from an international research project on port call optimization in tanker shipping. The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.