The final conference of Vasco Da Gama Project took place on 1 March 2016 at the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels (BE).
The final conference of MONALISA 2.0 project will be held in Gothenburg (SE) on 10-11 November 2015.
During two days, ideas and solutions for a safer, more efficient and environmental friendly maritime industry will be presented.
This event will also be the official kick-off for the new STM Validation Project and further to this the continuation of the MONALISA safety aspects will be presented.
Please register online before 26 October: http://www.trippus.net/MonaLisa2015
Our recommended hotel is Radisson Blu Riverside Hotel, just a few steps from Lindholmen Conference Centre.
To receive the MONALISA special rate (1275 SEK/night) please book before 12 October: Monalisa Conference - Hotel Reservation
Short Sea Shipping Center Bulgaria, with the kind support of Chairmen of Bulgarian maritime/ ports administrations and professional associations, organise an International maritime conference "e-Navigation/e-Maritime-current status and implementation in Black Sea and East Med region" on 22-23 of June in Varna, Bulgaria.
On 5 June 2015 in Odessa, the CPMR/BBSRC is organising a workshop titled “Vasco Da Gama project for the Black Sea – CPMR meeting”.
IMO Secretary-General Koji Sekimizu has launched this year’s World Maritime Day theme, “Maritime education and training”, telling students and staff at the World Maritime University (WMU) that maritime education and training was essential for the long-term sustainability of the sector, both at sea and on-shore.
The 17th International Conference Maritime Transport and Infrastructure for 2015 will be organised by the Latvian Maritime Academy in April 23-24, 2015. The Conference will be held in Swedbank Headquarters in Riga (address: Balasta dambis 1a, Riga, Latvia).
The main topic of the Conference is: The role of Maritime education in shipping environment.