On 23rd March 2016, Katarzyna Żelazny, PhD, Eng. from the Faculty of Maritime Technology and Transport of the West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin was awarded with the research degree of a habilitated doctor in the field of technical sciences, discipline of transport by the Council of the Faculty of Navigation of the Maritime University of Szczecin. These were the first habilitation proceedings conducted at the Faculty of Navigation.
On 23rd March 2016, at the Faculty of Navigation Łukasz Lemieszewski, MSc successfully defended his doctoral dissertation in the field of technical sciences, discipline of transport, entitled "A Method of Detecting Spoofing of Global Satellite Navigation Systems in the Aspect of Transport Security". The dissertation was written under supervision of Professor Evgeny Ochin, PhD, Eng. from the Faculty of Navigation, Maritime Academy of Szczecin
The Choir of the Maritime University of Szczecin conducted by Sylwia Fabiańczyk- Makuch proudly present their new video clip for the song "Paradise", originally performed by Coldplay. The clip was recorded during their last stay on Malta, where the group also participated in the 22nd International Choir Festival winning two Golden Diplomas.
From 02 to 03 March, the second edition of Green Cities Conference was held in Szczecin. There were 70 participants, including world-famous scientists, representatives of city authorities and enterprises operating in the business connected with transport and urban logistics.
The investments made in the previous year by the Marine Rescue Training Centre of the Maritime Academy of Szczecin have borne fruit. The renovation of roofs with gutters, exchange of floors, chairs and desks have not only had influence on better perception of the Centre by course participants whose trainings are now held in more comfortable conditions. Along with adding specialist medical gear and equipment for working at heights to the Centre’s teaching facilities, the investments enabled establishing cooperation in new fields with new entities.
On 8 February 2016, Janusz Uriasz, PhD. Eng., professor of the Maritime University was appointed a member of the Committee on Geodesy of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN)for the term of office for the years 2016-2020. Appointments of the members for the new term of office were awarded by Professor Antoni Rogalski, Dean of Division IV of Technical Sciences of PAN.
The closing meeting of the project ESABALT (Enhanced Situational Awareness to Improve Maritime Safety in the Baltic) was held on 10 February 2016 in Helsinki, at the headquarters of the National Land Survey of Finland, organized by the Finish Geospatial Research Institute (FGI). The project has been carried out by partners from Finland, Sweden and Poland. The Maritime University of Szczecin is a project partner: a Navigation faculty team of scientists is headed by prof. Zbigniew Pietrzykowski.
On 1-5 February 2016 in London, a third meeting of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Sub-committee for Human Factor, Training and Watch-keeping Duties (HTW) took place. The session of the Sub-committee was attended by Prof. Janusz Uriasz, a representative of Poland, and the director of the Institute of Marine Technologies of the Faculty of Navigation at the Maritime University of Szczecin.
On 3-4 February 2016, Poznan University of Economics hosted the presidents and board members of SPVs of universities and institutes across the country. Among the participants there was also the board of the Centre for Innovation at the Maritime University of Szczecin.
On January 11, 2016, Director of the Institute of Marine Technologies Janusz Uriasz PhD. Eng., professor of the Maritime University was appointed a member of the Polish Accreditation Committee (PAK) for the 2016-2019 period.
The Maritime University of Szczecin - Department of Organization and Management and the West Pomeranian Maritime Cluster Association are pleased to invite you to participate in the Scientific Conference:
This year, the Maritime University of Szczecin organised again workshops developing creative problem solving during the national Design Thinking Week 2015 organised under the auspices of the Top 500 Innovators Association, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the National Centre for Research and Development, the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development and the USA Embassy in Poland. The local patronage of the event was taken by the Rector of the Maritime Academy of Szczecin, Prof. DSc. PhD. Eng. Master Mariner Stanisław Gucma. Moreover, our local partners were the Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, the District Office in Police, the Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer of the West Pomeranian University of Technology, Business Link Szczecin as well as PGE Górnictwo i Energetyka Konwencjonalna S.A.