Between 23rd - 27th April 2014 in Rogów, Forestry Experimental Research Unit of Warsaw University of Life organized an international conference for students, the main theme of which was “Green Economy and Greening University. Students in Action”.
Between 12th -15th April 2014 an international scientific conference was held in Szczecin, Copenhagen and Oslo on “Problems related to exploitation of buoyant watercraft and port equipment”. The conference was organized under the auspices of the Rector of the Maritime University of Szczecin.
The 11th Scientific and Technological Conference LogiTrans held between 7-10th April 2014 in Szczyrk was organized by Transport and Electrical Engineering Faculty of the University of Technology and Humanities in Radom.
On 17th April 2014 the Maritime University of Szczecin signed an agreement on cooperation in the area of science and technology with PGE Górnictwo i Energetyka Konwencjonalna SA (The PGE Capital Group - Lignite Mining and Conventional Power Generation). The objective is to modernise the teaching process and to carry out joint actions as regards research, development and science.
Maritime University of Szczecin is planning to open the first in Poland Simulator-based Centre for Marine Pilots Training. The University has already signed a respective Letter of intent with the company Szczecin Pilot Sp. z o.o. The Centre will be a certified facility for training marine pilots and running courses in the area of port safety.
In the last 7 years the University succeeded in acquiring EU funding for 14 projects implemented within the Operational Programme Human Capital.
Polskie LNG S.A. responsible for construction and operation of liquid natural gas (LNG) in Świnoujście has launched the first in Poland education portal for LNG technology. The portal is addressed to all those who are seeking information on LNG technology.
On 20th March 2014, Mr Jarosław Artyszuk, PhD and Senior deck officer, a member of staff of the Navigation Faculty, successfully passed his postdoctoral examination (habilitation colloquium) before the Council of the Transport Faculty at the Warsaw Technical University. As a result, he was granted the title of doktor habilitowany (Polish higher doctoral degree) in the field of technical sciences, area of transport.
MUS Training Centre has just commenced another season of Freefall Life Boat courses. First edition in 2014, launched on 14 March, was attended by a group of employees from a Greek company Gaslog LNG Sevices Ltd with whom the Centre established a fruitful cooperation last year. Satisfied with the quality of training provided and with comprehensive organisational solutions, also this year Gaslog continues to enrol its employees to the courses.
Admission is being opened for full time students in their third year of Mechatronics and Marine Mechanical Engineering who participate in the project KIERUNKI ZAMAWIANE (Commissioned Fields of Study - Mechatronics and Marine Mechanical Engineering in the Maritime University of Szczecin).