International scientific conference "Transport Systems Telematics - TST'14" was held between 22-25 October 2014.
Public defence of doctoral dissertation by Paweł Burdziakowski, MSc Eng took place on 5th November 2014. His thesis in geodesy and cartography explored the topic of "Methods of using image data received from a single non-metric digital camera with the objective to define the trajectory of an autonomous flying platform".
The academics from the Navigation Faculty at the Maritime University of Szczecin succeeded in winning a European research and development competition commissioned by the European Space Agency. Their task now is to investigate and improve the applicability in maritime environment of the EGNOS navigation system which until now was mainly used in aviation.
In the Kolobrzeg yacht port "Marina Salt" 174 first-grade students (2 classes in Navigation, 2 in Mechanical engineering, 1 in Logistics and for the first time in the history - a class in Port and terminal operation) made ​​a vow to the banner of the Polish Fishermen and Mariners Complex of Maritime Schools in Kolobrzeg. 
The first ESABALT(Enhanced Situational Awareness to Improve Maritime Safety in the Baltic) project meeting was held in FGI, Masala near Helsinki on September 26th. The project is performed by partners from Finland Sweden and Poland.
IMO's Sub-committee on Safety of Navigation, Communication, Search and Rescue held its first session in London between 30.06 - 4.07.2014. The new sub-committee is a merger of the NAV Sub-committee on Safety of Navigation and the COMSAR Sub-committee on Communication and Search and Rescue.
The closing gala of the 13th competition for the Nobel prize of the West Pomeranian region took place on the 8th June 2014.

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”.

Final decisions of the Award Committee for the 7th Competition in Geography and Nautical Sciences dated 29 April 20014. At a seating on 29 April 2014, the Award Committee in the panel of:

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 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.

Since March this year Maritime University of Szczecin (MUS) participate on International Research Project ESABALTEnhanced Situational Awareness to Improve Maritime Safety in the Baltic. The project is performed under the EU Baltic Sea Research and Development Programme (BONUS).

All students of our University are invited to taking photos and entering the 6th Photography Competition of the Maritime University of Szczecin Career Office

This year's theme is:

"Marine Szczecin through the lens of MUS students"